User:LuciferMorgan

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You just want to amputate my mind - "Manipulation" by Six Feet Under

Major Contributions to Wikipedia[edit]

Updated DYK query.svg A fact from the article Blooddrunk (song), which this user created or significantly contributed to, has been featured in the Did you know... section on the Main Page.
Updated DYK query.svg A fact from the article Enter the Grave, which this user created or significantly contributed to, has been featured in the Did you know... section on the Main Page.
Updated DYK query.svg A fact from the article Eyes of the Insane, which this user created or significantly contributed to, has been featured in the Did you know... section on the Main Page.
Updated DYK query.svg A fact from the article Jihad (song), which this user created or significantly contributed to, has been featured in the Did you know... section on the Main Page.

My major contributions are;

1. My Featured Article rewrites of Christ Illusion, "Jihad", "Eyes of the Insane" (currently all three are part of a featured topic), and South of Heaven. I also rewrote "Blooddrunk" and Enter the Grave (currently GA), as well as Undisputed Attitude (also currently GA) with M3tal H3ad, and - I'll let the articles speak for themselves, so go ahead and read them. A full list of my significant article contributions can be found here.

2. Commenting upon featured articles (FA) under review (FAR), and highlighting which featured article criteria is currently not met in these articles. Articles are typically reviewed for two weeks, where opportunities are given to address the criteria deficiences which fall below current FA standards. If the concerns highlighted by reviewers are not addressed during the review period, articles are moved onto the Featured Article Removal Candidates list for a further period, where editors may declare "Keep" or "Remove" the article from featured status.

If editors wishing to retain an article's FA status request constant feedback, then this is at hand via regular FAR reviewers. We don't bite, and are only too willing to help - just ask us!

3. Contributing towards peer review, and providing feedback. Peer review is a valuable tool in improving an article, and gaining an article's good article or even featured article status. Independent eyes can spot those mistakes or weak areas in an article that seem to elude the primary author, so my advice is to take advantage of this process. In return for this, please consider reviewing other people's articles which can keep the peer review process alive. Currently, the process craves reviewers, and constructive feedback is always warmly received by these keen Wikipedians.

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