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I saw you on the Melee page and need to mention something: If someone reverts your edit do not revert it back. The only time this rule doesn't apply is if you're removing vandalism or false information. Thank you. Supα Toαd 64, The Best 001Toad.jpg 05:47, August 31, 2019 (EDT)

Your edits[edit]

I've been noticing that you occasionally keep adding the same types of edits back despite being told why they shouldn't be there. Please quit this at once. SuperSmashTurtles (talk) 20:13, November 7, 2019 (EST)

A quick warning[edit]

You've been told multiple times on here and on your other IP address about your edits so consider this a non-admin warning: First, stop reverting edits to your revisions when others remove your edits, this is in violation to the only revert once rule and is not acceptable behavior. If you want to add it back in please explain why in the edit summary, as other users' edit summaries are explaining that your revisions are either poor grammatically or are flat out nonsensical, but you insist on adding it back in without explanation despite being told not to.

Second, you keep making your edits one by one instead of doing it all at once. This fills up the recent changes page and makes it hard for us to keep track of edits, instead if you want to preview your edit use the show preview button we've been showing you.

Please listen to what we've been telling you on your talk page and in the edit summaries, as you're constantly showing this behavior despite repeatedly being told not to. SupαToαd64 001Toad.jpg 00:28, November 8, 2019 (EST)

Your still doing this even after repeated warnings, so I'll just tell you one more time: Knock it off with edit warring, and listen to what we've been telling you in edit summaries and your talk page. SupαToαd64 001Toad.jpg 22:49, November 20, 2019 (EST)
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