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December 29, 2011
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Welcome to the world of Pokémon, Peremarquette1225!
Welcome to Pokémon Wiki, and thank you for your contributions! There's a lot to do around here, so I hope you'll stay with us and make many more improvements.

I'm really happy to have you here, and look forward to contributing with you!

Your administration: Bermuda (talk) • Bullet Francisco (talk) • Ciencia Al Poder (talk) • Crimsonnavy (talk) • Hstar (talk) • Jäzzi (talk)

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-- Crimsonnavy (Talk) 01:34, December 29, 2011

Brock (anime)

While having a list of characters they have befriended is great and helps viewers know about this type of information, if an edit is undone, it is usually not the best idea to redo it as it will lead to edit warring, which is turned down upon the community. Instead, you should leave a message on the article's talk page and provide some reasons to allow such information to stay in the article. Bermuda • Triangle • 23:03,7/4/2012

My main point in these messages is that you should leave a discussion on an article's talk page, rather than redoing things that was undone, even if it means the information is vital.
Also, please remain civil instead of engaging in an argument that could end up both of you being blocked. If something bothers you, the best thing to do is ignore it. Bermuda • Triangle • 23:14,7/4/2012

Re: Don't know why

In my way of expressing what an edit war is: redoing something that was undone and continuously doing so, causing the wiki activity/recent changes to blow up with edits on a single or multiple pages about adding/removing what's right and wrong.

To prevent an edit war from happening, wait for the community to decide. Otherwise, you may be blocked from the wiki, along with the one you are edit warring with. Bermuda • Triangle • 23:42,7/4/2012

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