User talk:Hyper Zergling

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Making constructive edits[edit]

Hello there. I've looked through your contributions, and in the time you've been here, you have only made edits to your own userpage, and a few edits to other people's talk pages. It would be better if you made constructive edits to this wiki in the Mainspace and Smasher sections. There are plenty of stubs that need expanding, incomplete articles that need finishing, articles that need to be cleaned up, and Smasher articles that need expanding as well. If you want to keep track of your edits to see where you're going, use Special:Editcount/Zergling and Special:Contributions/Hyper Zergling. Read SW:NOT for more information about why you should make constructive edits. Awesome Cardinal 2000 23:15, 26 March 2013 (EDT)

Wouldn't adding new information require sources? I'm not sure how accurately I can contribute to those articles. ~Hyper Zergling 00:08, 27 March 2013 (EDT)
Actually, most articles on this wiki don't need references at all. It's a little different from Wikipedia. The only things that require citation are really odd/questionable information and rumor-type stuff. For example, "Sonic is in Brawl" would not need a citation, and neither would "Ganondorf's Warlock Punch is a great KO move". But you would need a reliable source for information such as "Sonic will not appear in the next Smash game" and "Warlock Punch was originally going to be replaced by an attack from his sword" would need citations. Read SW:CITE for more info. Awesome Cardinal 2000 07:44, 27 March 2013 (EDT)

Please try to work on constructive edits, because the wiki is not mainly about your userspace. Awesome Cardinal 2000 07:20, 25 April 2013 (EDT)

I looked at the pages you showed me. I have yet to find an article where I can add information to. ~Hyper Zergling 22:07, 25 April 2013 (EDT)
It's not all about adding information. Even grammar and spelling fixes count as constructive edits. Awesome Cardinal 2000 07:32, 26 April 2013 (EDT)