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Burning Crusade LoreEdit

Not that I neccessarily disagree with your removal of much of the lore for both the Blood Elves and Draenei on the Burning Crusade page, but for the Draenei section it is quite noticable that there is a missing part to the story. More specifically the second and third paragraphs need something joining them, and as I have already put a lot of work into this section I would rather it be someone else who fixed this problem. :)

Other than that I can see how this could be an improvement; it does make sense that the lore for each race should be mainly on that race's page so that people coming to the Burning Crusade page will mainly find what they're looking for about the game without it being too cluttered with the backstory of the new races, and people looking for information on that backstory can just go to the main pages for those races.

So, your edits are appreciated—at least by me—and I hope you continue for the furthering of Wikipedia. -- Long Tooth 19:45, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Orphaned fair use image (Image:Heavengames.gif)Edit

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Orphaned fair use image (Image:Warcraft Dwarfs.jpg)Edit

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Unspecified source for Image:Warcraft Alliance.jpgEdit

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Specifically, this image appears to be from a source other than an in-game screenshot. That source needs to be identified before any reasonable determination can be made about the fair use status of this image. -Harmil 16:28, 22 February 2007 (UTC)

Your "deduction" edit on World of WarcraftEdit

I noticed that you removed the {{gamecleanup}} tag on the World of Warcraft article. You stated on your edit that you "deduct" that there is nothing wrong with the article since there are no longer discussions about the article. With all due respect, you are wrong on several respects: first, a quick count of the edit history of the WoW talkpage revealed 35 edits in the last week. That seems to tell me that there are discussions going on (I know since I've been engaged in some of them). Second, to conclude that nothing is wrong with the article is to be blind to the many deficiencies found in it. There is a To do list to be found on the talkpage. There are also remaining tags that need to be cleaned up within the article. There are images that still need fair use rationales. There are whole sections lacking in credible sources or written in a non-neutral point of view. These are no trifle matters that can be ignored. Finally, the fact that there are continuous edits on the main article seems to suggest that there are, in fact, things that are wrong with it. I, myself, have been working on a major rewrite to be found at Talk:World_of_Warcraft/Test.

I know that this is the second time you edited out the {{gamecleanup}} tag . I hope in the future that we can enlist you to do actual edits to improve the article instead of simply concluding that it is perfect as is. I think that would be better for the article. Luis1972 (Talk My Contribs) 14:32, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

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