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  • I've had to revert most of your changes so far. Character bios should be written from an in-universe perspective, and should focus on the character's life rather than as a play-by-play of the episode.

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    • Also, think of your writing style. On Scream Queen, you used "It was then", twice. That's not really good English, and if it were passable, don't use it twice. The same goes for Huntress - you started two paragraphs with "They then". Avoid "then" as much as possible.

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    • I'm sorry it's just at times it's hard to find the right words.

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  • Regarding this...

    • That isn't what CurrentAlias is for. What you added should be at RealName, and what is at RealName should be moved to CurrentAlias.
    • That isn't what Occupation is for.
    • Quotes aren't added that way.
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  • Hello!

    Thank you for uploading new content to the DC Database project!

    We have lots of images in our database, 138,364 in fact, and in order to keep them organized we use a system of naming, categories and licensing added to each.

    1. Please review our Naming Conventions for Images. Images are categorized by name, so a descriptive name rather than a string of numbers is important.
      1. As a guide, look what other images in a character's gallery are called, and continue with the same name and number. If you upload a first image of a character, use "[Name] [Universe] 001". Do not use parentheses, or the full pagename. Ignore the Universe designation if it is a New Earth character.
      2. Issue covers should be given at least the title of the series, the volume and the number. A name similar to the issue is preferred: "Title Vol 1 1". Textless covers should be called "Title Vol 1 1 Textless". Files that do not indicate the issue number will be deleted.
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    • Common knowledge is not enough to constitute "sourcing".

      For categorization purposes, the image template needs to be used to indicate which film it came from, and what type of image it is (a movie screenshot, in this case, probably).

      Further explanation is available on the Image Help page.

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    • It still needs a license. And it needs to be tagged in his image category. And you need to include where you've got it from.

      Rules are rules. We're strict on image sourcing.

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  • Hi, welcome to DC Database! Thanks for your edit to the M'gann M'orzz (Earth-16) page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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