User talk:SuperSmashTurtles

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Some rules for my talk page:

  • The obvious stuff:
    • When making a new thread, please click "new section" at the top (next to "edit this page") and give the thread a subject. Alternatively, you can click "edit this page" anyway and use four equals signs (====) to name your subject, with the subject name between the second and third equal signs (==Like this==). Just be sure to write everything under the latest discussion topic.
    • Please indent your comments with a colon (:) when making a reply. The more replies you make to a single thread post, the more colons you should indent with: The first reply should have one, the second one should have two, the third should three, and so on.
    • Please sign your comments with four tildes ~~~~.
    • After leaving a message, please check back to my talk page to see if I have responded to you. If I have made a thread on your or another user's talk page, please post your reply there instead of making a new thread about the same topic here.
    • No personal attacks. Doesn't matter if it's directed towards me or another person, please write your message to be as neutral as possible.
    • Please do not use my talk page as a means to chat to me about off-wiki business.
  • Some personal rules:
    • Please do not ask me to add anything to my personal sandboxes. For my "Ideas" sandboxes, I'm simply not interested in other people's ideas. For the rest, if something new comes out, you don't have to remind me, as it's very much likely I already know about it and it may just be that I don't have the time to update my sandbox(es).
    • I have no interest in the competitive side of the Super Smash Bros. series, so please avoid making any discussions related to it (Smasher pages, tournaments, tier lists, etc.).
    • Although SmashWiki is not censored, I'd prefer if you avoid the use of any "derogatory slurs" (specifically, anything relating to race, religion, gender, sexuality, or disabilities), even if the context you use them in is not supposed to be directed towards the group in question.