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|Talk:4e_Races#dpl hiding||Green Dragon (talk | contribs)||14:31, 31 July 2009 (MDT)|
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|I give you this Barnstar for your outstanding work in helping code the navigation boxes which will add a great new feature to the wiki. --Hooper 06:47, 14 March 2009 (MST)|
Hey TK, thanks for the great work you did on all the different versions of the navigational templates. Some really great stuff!17:47, 14 March 2009 (MDT)
 Deletion Templates
Sorry I removed a couple of deletion templates from your page. I had followed the link to the wikipedia page, and went to number 7. I failed to pay close enough attention to see it was G7 but when it links over it starts on A, so I was looking at A7 which was inappropriate. Any ways, my fault. Shouldn't have removed. (atleast not for that reason)20:42, 17 August 2009 (MDT)
- To continue, I read G7. Even if, and once again I'm no ref and not in the middle of the current discussions, even if you are the wronged party, the retaliatory action of requesting content removal invalidates the Good Faith claim. There was even an entire ArbCom case on the big wikipedia about it. Once again, this is just if we're still using them as a guideline. With that in mind, I did remove the tag again, but I wanted you to know why. 20:57, 17 August 2009 (MDT)
Any arguments you had against D&Dwiki/Green Dragon that stood on a good foot, just lost there footing when you resorted to vandalism. You are acting childish, and this is making your side of the argument look bad. For those others involved who deserve to look good and have equal voicing, you should really refrain from your current actions.18:25, 18 August 2009 (MDT)