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Great work - the chopped up sections looks good. --Dracomage 09:25, 20 Jan 2006 (EST)
Thanks for the many places where you cleaned spam. I'm trying to block the bots as I am aware of them. --Fandyllic 1:16 PST 1 Feb 2006
You're doing a great job at keeping the spam down. Keep it up!
Since you're doing such a great job with the individual item pages, could you look at the pages User:Expcross made, and either convert them the proper template sometime, or show him how it's done ? He seems to have a thing for "very odd" colors and doesn't seem to read his talk page... I already cleaned up most of the WC page, but i haven't gotten around to the individual items that are linked in the bottom of that page.
Thanks. CJ 06:09, 7 Mar 2006 (EST)
What on earth did you do to the individual pages? I mean... you've left notes (messily written I may add)on the Tips and Tactics sections of a bunch of skills suggesting things like not upgrading them, using Rend and Demoralizing Shout for grinding, spamming Taunt, and other advice that is... rather unhelpful to effective play. Do you actually play a warrior? - My0p1c 22:48, 23 April 2006 (EDT)
- I feel obliged to note that this is entirely the opinion of the user that left this note, and in no way necessarily represents the opinion of WoWWiki users in general. -- The Mentor
- I'm mostly just formatting. The bulk of the Tips and Tactics you find objectionable were cut and paste from individual skill sub-sections on an earlier version of this page: Warrior_tactics , which had been flagged as 'Too big for some browsers'. Rather than just destroy someone else's hard work out of hand, I moved the various bits to the individual skill sections, using line-breaks to indicate different opinions on the given skill, figuring that some wiser Warrior than myself would determine the worth of the actual content and enact whatever harsh judgement was necessary. Seems I was right. I do actually play a warrior, but know the worthlessness of my own advice, so don't dare write actual content myself. At least I can make them look nice! Vrisch 08:06, 9 May 2006 (EDT)