That I can type something up here (above the Darths covering-up what I'm informing on) is awesome.
Where it started before I typed this Edit
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Re:Expanding stubs Edit
Expanding stubs is highly encouraged, but the information being added must be accurate, properly sourced, and relevant to the article's subject. Your additions did not fit those criteria, and thus were removed. MasterFred(Whatever) 23:27, October 2, 2018 (UTC)
RESPONSE: Thank you for clarifying.
Thank you for contributing to Wookieepedia! Please note that at least one of your recent additions added unverified information to a mainspace article. Additions to Wookieepedia's articles must be verifiable by a reliable source per our sourcing policy, and unverified information may be reverted or deleted. Continuing to add unverified information may lead to you being blocked from editing by an administrator. Thank you. --DarthRuiz30 (talk) 01:32, October 3, 2018 (UTC)
RESPONSE: (^) This guy covered-up info on Melkor and Sauron: """
The Reptilian Sacking of EarthEdit
In disaffected Earth history, Melkor visited, sithspawning humans and elves on the planet; thus leading to the creation of Orcs/Goblins (the Saurians most commonly recognized on Earth).
Melkor (also known as Morgoth, Bauglir, Belegurth, Belegûr, The Great Enemy, The Black Foe, The Corrupter, The Marrer, Arun, Mbelekor, the First Dark Lord, Dark Lord, King of the World, Black Enemy of the World, Lord of the Dark, Elder King, Master of the Fates of Arda, Lord of Angband, Lord of Utumno) was the First Dark Lord: http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Melkor
Sauron (also known as Thû the Necromancer, Servant of Morgoth, Mairon, Annatar, Artano, Gorthaur the Cruel, the Enemy, the Dark Power, the Great Eye (TA only), the Necromancer, the Lord of the Rings, the Sorcerer, the Black Hand, the Nameless Enemy, Thauron, Thû, Sauron the Great, Sauron the Deceiver, Sauron the Dark, the Shadow in the East, Abhorred, Sauron the Great, Necromancer, Dark Lord, Lord of Mordor, Lord of Gifts, Lord of Barad-dûr, Lord of the Earth, Lord of the Rings, Lord of Wolves) was the Second Dark Lord: http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Sauron
The 'Lord of the Rings' books and movies are primarily concerned with the Empire of Sauron, which has its roots in the Sacking of Earth by Melkor. His armor and battle-style are very similar to Yuuzhan Vong. Melkor, whether authentic or faux, was arachnid-enough to befriend Ungoliant (a giant spider): http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Ungoliant """
Unverified and Unverifiable are distinct concepts. -WrathoftheArrow
- Yes, I removed nonsense from the Earth article, the Reptilian sacking of earth is pure nonsense to this wiki, same goes for Lord of the Rings content, if you want to add that kind of information then go to their wikia, not this one. As for your additions that are unverified, you need to source all your additions that means to create a reference where it mentions that certain company had the Geonosian Industries as a parent company--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 01:48, October 3, 2018 (UTC)
- Those are subsidiaries mentioned in this wiki's 'Geonosian Industries' article. I, therefore added it (as parent-company) to the subsidiaries; to read in both.
- The wiki has an article on Earth, like a stub; why not mention a powerful parasitic presence that's been turning natives into orcs? (Ask your peeps.)
- Because it has nothing to do with an official SW source, everything on the Earth article is sourced to a SW Official source, like SW.com, SW Tales, books, Star Tours, etc. If a SW source mentions that a powerful parasitic presence turned natives into orcs, then add the official source not Lord of the Rings sourcing.--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 01:59, October 3, 2018 (UTC)
- Ignoring something because Tolkien told us, is a lapse in logic; I can tell why you want to keep the references separate.
- Orcs are an RH- sithspawn (They are, technically, a parasite; risking of aberrancy, quadripedal-condensation and spontaneous viro-genesis (Due to hackneyed modification)): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rh_blood_group_system
- You might want to consider an inter-wiki reference system, because learning orcs are sithspawn is plain as-day (pun intended) on the other wiki:
- To understand the difference (in morality, health, etc), this is a sithspawn from Korriban, made with a grazing-animal victim:
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Unverified info Edit
Thank you for contributing to Wookieepedia! Please note that at least one of your recent additions added unverified information to a mainspace article. Additions to Wookieepedia's articles must be verifiable by a reliable source per our sourcing policy, and unverified information may be reverted or deleted. Continuing to add unverified information may lead to you being blocked from editing by an administrator. Thank you. 1358 (Talk) 23:27, December 1, 2018 (UTC)
Thank you for being so direct. Let me know what you need sources on and list it up and I can try. No obligation. WrathoftheArrow (talk) 00:10, December 2, 2018 (UTC)
- The message was referring to this edit of yours. Is there a Star Wars source which refers to Hypori as a "geological desolate"? If so, please source it properly. Otherwise, we generally avoid applying real-world terminology to describe IU material. Hope that helps. Cheers, 1358 (Talk) 00:15, December 2, 2018 (UTC)
Thanks again. I'll try to learn the style. WrathoftheArrow (talk) 00:19, December 2, 2018 (UTC)