User talk:Jason Bagby
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All I am trying to do is keep my articles which I am passionate in keeping. That's why I argue their value and why they should be kept. You can understand this can't you. Thats all I do. --Jason Bagby 12:29, 26 July 2009
Who keeps putting the delete template on my main page? --Jason Bagby 13:02, 26 July 2009
- You can check the history, the first time TK-Squared, second time Dragon Child. *waits to see if a revert war will begin* --Ghostwheel 13:05, 26 July 2009 (MDT)
- Can we all just talk about this before getting hasty --Jason Bagby 13:10, 26 July 2009
- Might be better to ask them. And remember to indent any comments you make? --Ghostwheel 13:13, 26 July 2009 (MDT)
- Simply put: every page you've ever made is total trash. You never listen to anyone. You never bother to take any advice anyone gives you. Then you say you "Fixed things" which you did no such thing, and would be painfully obvious you did no such thing had you actually listened to anyone. Your pages are utter crap, and are basically just spam. Maybe if you actually bothered to learn the rules and pay attention to what people are telling you, there wouldn't be this hostility. Dragon Child 13:19, 26 July 2009 (MDT)
Deletion Template on User Page
I just saw the note on your page about not putting a deletion template on it, and I checked the history and was just appalled. How in the world did a non-admin think putting a deletion template on someone's user page because they didn't agree with their articles was okay? I'd dare say even an admin wouldn't of done such a thing. Maybe I'm missing the full picture, but I'm sorry this happened to you.17:05, 5 September 2009 (MDT)
Thank you for your appreciated condolences.--Jason Bagby 8:09, 06 September 2009
Hey Jason. I noticed you do quite a large amount of edits while not logged in. If you log in you'll be able to keep track of your edits via User Contributions, which can prove a useful tool for keeping track of what you have and haven't done. Just a thought. Not a big deal but since you already have an account, can't hurt to be logged in while editing.19:02, 5 October 2009 (MDT)
- Ok man I'll do it a bit more.--Jason Bagby 11:10, 7 October 2009 (MDT)
Hey. I noticed you reverted an edit by GD. Never do this. Never, never, never... He will get sooooo pissed about it.
He took off the author template from your Vassal of Eminence or something right? Then you reapplied it. I know you want your contributions to have your name on them. I understand. But this is a wiki and all our articles are public works. Public. That means author templates are privileges. Not rights. You cannot reapply them.
GD will be scrapping the Author Template all together very soon. So everyone in the community will have to get used to it. Like GD said when he edited it, "Please use User Contributions and History." Thank you for understanding bro. I would recommend in good faith that you reapply GD's edit. Just looking out for ya! Peace! --Jay Freedman 07:26, 7 March 2010 (UTC)
I have to admit I'm kind of stumped about what these are. Are these 3.5e, 4e, or what? Are they official game content or part of a campaign setting? The breadcrumbs and categories and page titles and identifiers are all over the map, and I'm not really sure what's going on. Currently on Talk:Ardicus (DnD Primordial), we don't know if the deity should be CN (in which case it must be 3.5) or not be CN (in which case it must be 4e). Any help would be appreciated. JazzMan 16:16, 22 May 2010 (UTC)