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If you get to read this page, you are probably wondereing who is this Greyshark #09. Well, the answer is complicated, though it is clear that we are certainly speaking of a unique species representative of wikifauna, identified as a WikiShark. For a long time, Greyshark used to be a WikiGryphon - "guardian of treasures; protector from evil, witchcraft and secret slander". WikiGryphon is a mythical creature of hybrid features, often feared and misunderstood - this is why this WikiGryphon decided to take the shape of a virtual Greyshark, a more familiar creature of the world. The Greyshark is a fearsome dwelling of the digital abyss, and it is in fact highly dangerous, when protecting its treasures from aggressive and manipulative creatures. However, don't be fooled - Greyshark is possessing the original features of the WikiGryphon, being kind and helpful to new wiki-editors, actively assisting to positive contributors, and in general protecting wikipedia from Vandals, biting WikiTrolls and WikiZombies and devouring WikiFallen sockmasters and their puppets (who are making too many "waves" on the surface, attracting the abyss predator). Greyshark is sometimes playing violent games with WikiDragons and may become very confused upon encountering a WikiKraken.
Awarded with thanks and gratitude from myself and the hundreds of thousands of displaced Libyan unfortunates whose plight you’ve highlighed following the 2011 Libyan uprising against tyranny. Well done! Chesdovi (talk) 13:23, 22 August 2011 (UTC)
The Teamwork Barnstar
For you collaboration in several ME ethnic topics.Rafytalk 15:03, 14 June 2012 (UTC)
I appreciate your recent work on Operation Eagle and Operation Sinai (2012). Initially opposed to this at first, I was able to learn a lot of info from you, and you've handled the situation excellently, allowing both of us to find common ground. I think you've done great work here, keep it up. Activism1234 23:59, 20 September 2012 (UTC)