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-- Xykeb Zraliv (Talk) 07:12, September 28, 2009

Some stuff

Skull Kid Artwork (Majora's Mask)
Xykeb Zraliv – 1. At this time there came a man from the land of Technology, and though his wisdom was great and his power advanced, he had the wilfulness of his fellows, and so he was the Arrogant Man.
TALK – it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
Hey, I don't want to discourage you from editing at all, but some of the stuff you're adding really isn't necessary, at least on the articles you're adding them to. For example, you mentioned on the Lake Hylia article that there is a secret grotto with a Business Scrub. However, the article is about Lake Hylia - it is not a list of all the things you can find in each Lake Hylia. The fact that there is a grotto there is not really necessary. We'd have to list every cave or grotto in every location article on the wiki. That is not necessary. Perhaps if we made, like, a list for the grottos in OoT.

Another thing: please speak from a third-person perspective; in other words, avoid talking to the reader. For example, instead of saying "You can find a Dodongo there", say "A Dodongo can be found there". Instead of saying "You beat it by shooting it with the bow", say "It can be defeated with the bow".


Oh sorry. I did'nt mean too. Anyway thanks for letting me know. I'm cool with that.

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