I've created a new template: Template:1stID, to help improve citing sources of information. The template acts super similarly to Template:1st, displaying the message: (First identified as ARTICLE NAME). Wanted to make sure this was okay with you and the other admins, since I know templates are a cut above normal articles.
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I was wondering about maybe fixing up the Appearances section of media-related articles (the games, the books etc.) to be much more concise and easier to read. I wanted to propose maybe introducing an Appearances box in the vein of Wookieepedia (Example) or at least something similar to Halopedia's Appearances section? The issue is I'm super inexperienced when it comes to Wiki markup and Template creation, so I wanted to fly it by you in case you were more experienced. If not, I've got a sandbox page example that is much simpler without any special markup.
Aye can you stop changing the text under a pic in the gallery, I’m the one that keeps changing it from player to Washington and I do it because both characters in the pic are from Red vs Blue so can you leave the joke alone please
I just noticed that you undid and edit that changed it's to its, both of which were being used in the possesive case. From what I know, its would be the correct spelling for the possesive. Is there something I'm not aware of?