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Why did you remove the Snowman info from Sardicktown. I see your explanation was "Stop the Vandilism". Also you reverted my edits on Aplan Mortarium. Have you read Tardis:Manual of Style? Please explain your edits--Skittles the hog 20:06, January 1, 2011 (UTC)
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Twelfth Doctor Edit
Hi! I wanted to explain why your edit to Twelfth Doctor has been removed twice. Character pages, especially Doctor and companion pages, only need a paragraph per story. They don't need long detailed plot descriptions. That's what the story pages are for. If a user reads a character page and wants to know more about the story, they can click on the story page. That's what a wiki is for.
In addition, it was written in the present tense, and since you've been here for quite a long time, you should know by now that all in-universe articles are written in the past tense.
Finally, if a user's edits take too much work to fix, it is perfectly fine for an admin to remove it completely and ask for a rewrite. It is not the job of any user, even admins, to clean up after other users. I've pointed you towards what you need to do to fix your edit, and you should be able to work from there. Thanks. Shambala108 ☎ 15:47, September 21, 2014 (UTC)