Thank you for your recent contributions to this wiki, I am pleased with the edits so far. Regarding the images you have uploaded, I am happy you followed the file naming policy. However, I would also like that you categorise and license the images you upload. If you check out the image policy, it will show you how to do these two things. You can check out this image as an example.
Greetings) Prompt kind people, and is there a real full version of the song of the mermaid? Everywhere only cuttings from the series. Is it in general a full-length nature?
I apologize for my clumsy English
Regarding your recent edit to Ryn's page, I just want to inform you that, with regards to our policies, if you wish to change the format of a page, that you come to me or Jay before changing the page. If you're unsure of something, like the fact that I repeated the mermaid and human title in the physical appearance that you ask first before removing it. The reason I did that is because tabbers don't show up in the mobile version, they only work on the desktop so I needed to separate the two descriptions. Also, it is important that they show up in the table of contents so readers can get an overview of the sections in the page. I also only wrote Human and Mermaid, purposefully not including Forms, because it was redundant and I was going to address thw two forms in the description. So that explains why I did what I did.
Hi, after observing your consistent edits to the mermaid and siren articles, I feel the need to tell you that your edits can literally just be done in one edit or two. Changing a few words in a sentence within a single one edit each day seems counterproductive. I do hope that your edits are not for the purpose of accumulating points because that is called badge boosting, and that is highly frowned upon on this wiki, as stated in the policies, so please refrain from doing unnecessary edits just to keep your streak.
Okay, I'll take your word for it. However, I do suggest that you do work on the articles more before publishing an edit, because your edits, at this point, are pretty much unnecessary. Like your edits to the gallery section, for instance, could have been done in one edit - adding descriptions to all the images doesn't need to take 5 edits to complete.
I would also like to say that your edits should conform to the layout guide set in place for this wiki. We have our own way of formatting a page and I would like that you consult me or Jay before changing the format style.
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