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Thanks for your recent edits.
Stating the ObviousEdit
Stating the obvious in unit articles, such as something along the lines of "units without an air/ground attack are vulnerable to air/ground units", is unnecessary. Please be advised that an extended run of such edits may result in a temporary ban. As always if you're not sure of something take advantage of the talk pages. Thanks! Meco 01:12, 22 May 2008 (UTC)
It is imperative that you source your additions. It is also important not to take too many liberties in extrapolating from very limited information. For example, we do not know from which units Raynor helped to pull out in Liberty's Crusade. The description is far too vague. There may have been Omega and Delta Squadron personnel among them. On the other hand, there may not have been either. Meco 13:21, 1 June 2008 (UTC)
Stating the Obvious Mk. 2Edit
You're doing it again. Yes, siege mode is good against ground targets. Yes, Spawn Broodling is just effective against taking out many types of ground units and need not be repeated over and over in every article. Et cetera, et cetera. If you really want to be useful, see if you can reduce the gameplay sections to just the interesting, "non-trivial", things. For example, there's no need to list the usual anti-spellcaster strategies for spellcasting units. It should be pretty obvious that countering spellcasters require such things. Meco 09:30, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
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