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"Removed red link"Edit

Keep in mind that removing red links is not preferred behavior on a wiki. Red links lead to the articles that are to be written, removing red links lowers the probability and efficiency of identifying future articles. -- captainmike 20:34, October 30, 2011 (UTC)


I noticed you're adding numerous 'observations' to The Romulan Way -- take a look at the talk page for info as to why I felt one needed to be removed.

Overall, the practice of making many observations listed like that could be misplaced, in my opinion -- after all, the one i felt needed to be altered seemed very much more like it should be in the text of a potential article about bruises rather than an observation in the article about the novel itself. Food for thought. -- captainmike Wiki-wordmark 16:42, March 11, 2017 (UTC)

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