Hi, Xaendrik! Welcome to Wikipedia! We're glad to have you here. You saw something you thought could be improved and lept in. That's the spirit! One of our guidelines is Be Bold, and you were! I wasn't clear what you were trying to accomplish with you recent edits to Dungeons & Dragons: Miniature figures, and at least one other editor was similar unsure. So we were also bold and switched back to the old phrasing. This doesn't mean you made a mistake, this sort of back and forth is part of Wikipedia. Since it's not clear what's going on, the usual next step is to talk it over at Talk:Dungeons & Dragons. Please feel free to join in, adding your own comment or comments. Note, I won't be keeping an eye on this page (User talk:Xaendrik), the right place to discuss the article is over at Talk:Dungeons & Dragons. If you'd like discuss anything else, I do keep an eye on User talk:Alan De Smet. Remember to sign comments on Talk pages (but not articles proper) with ~~~~, it will form a signature like at the end of this paragraph. Thanks again for contributing, I hope we'll see you again! — Alan De Smet | Talk 05:42, 27 April 2010 (UTC)
Welcome to Wikipedia. While everyone is welcome to contribute to Wikipedia, at least one of your contributions, such as your recent edit to Don Atchison, did not appear to be constructive and was automatically reverted by DASHBot.
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Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to vandalize Wikipedia, as you did at Aida, you may be blocked from editing. This also applies to your recent vandalism of Hypholoma fasciculare. As far as I can see, since registering an account, you have done nothing but vandalise Wikipedia. I strongly suggest you find a more constructive hobby. – Voceditenore (talk) 22:32, 1 December 2011 (UTC)