Hi, I'm here because we're slightly concerned about some of your recent edits to pages and how you are developing new pages. You're not in trouble, but we'd like to inform you of some stuff so that we don't have to keep reverting your edits.
Generally, you should be creating pages in line with our style guide (or manual of style) at Project:Manual of Style. This dictates roughly how pages should be formatted and links to Wikipedia for further clarifications. This is a special-case page where content that is not on the style guide should not be done on articles. I only bring that part up because it's a common misconception.
Further are more specific concerns;
I've noticed you're putting a lot of unnecessary categories onto pages. I have a feeling that you're mistaking the categories for "tags", like to assist with search parameters. This isn't the case. Categories are simply to categorize pages for navigation or management purposes. They should not be treated as a SEO/tagging system as they don't work like this. For the most part, you probably don't need to add any categories manually, as almost all categories for most pages will be applicable via templates that you need to use on the page anyway.
"How it looks in-game" images
Currently I've removed these from the pages you're using them on. This isn't necessarily a bad thing...but we don't currently have anything in the style guide requiring them, so we'd currently prefer that they aren't added. This is mostly just for consistency purposes. Having a few pages with them and the majority without doesn't necessarily look right.
For the few times you've added meshes & texture files on there, we haven't removed them particularly yet as honestly I think it's not that bad of a thing to have on pages without inconsistency. Another staff member might disagree though and remove them.
If you think that these types of images should be displayed, please consider suggesting them on our wiki-related forum boards, though the in-game look images I feel are still unnecessary.
If you've any more questions about page editing feel free to ask.
Please note that ignoring any sort of these reminders might be mistaken as vandalism.
Oh sorry, I didn't know you couldn't add in-game pictures. I am very sorry. I am new to the site and would love to make some great edits. I strictly would love to follow the rules of this site and wanted to just have fun with editing. I am not a big fan of vandalizing since It's just mean. Thank you for sending me this message.
I didn't blank any pages, at least I didn't think I did. I only just put a notice that it needs to be undone. Also I knew about the History feature but forgot about it at the time. Could you give me proof that I blanked a page?
A bit of a correction, thought you blanked it, sorry. I was referring to this edit, you could have just reverted back via the history so I'm just wondering why a notice was placed instead of reverting.
Nice edit on Zombie Rush! I was just wondering, how did you find all the specifics on the guns? As well as the ones on the zombie types, too. Also, you did a great job!
The one thing is thats kind of preventing me from helping on the article; I don't know how to tell what kind of gun a gun is. (e.g. automatic, semi-automatic, etc.)
Is an automatic a gun where you just hold left click and it will keep shooting? And semi-automatic a one where you have to keep clicking? And then trigger is one where you just click and depending on how fast you click it'll go faster? Sorry, I honestly don't know to tell.
Thanks! To find all the specifics on the guns I simply just researched them by testing them in-game and using my search engine to specify what Level, Damage, Fire Rate, and Type of guns. The zombie types were a hard one to finish, due to all zombies being unique and complex. To find the HP and XP I also researched and got information from the creator which was really neat. By playing the game for a long time, I got to find every zombie and share their strengths and weaknesses during gameplay.
Okay it seems that you must be confused by the fire rates of guns and what the Automatic, Semi-Automatic, Auto, etc is. Although the article isn't fully finished, I still have some incoming research to help people understand what everything means. But regardless, I can clarify:
Automatic: Automatically and continuously fires bullets as long as you hold onto your mouse click.
Semi-Automatic: One mouse click = one shot, pretty much the Pistol or Sniper.
Burst: A burst of bullets, deals splash damage to zombies and does a massive amount of damage, pretty much a Shotgun or
Pump-Action: A burst of bullets that are automatically fired by holding mouse click and deals splash damage, but tends to do less damage. Pretty much Burst and Automatic combined.
Hope I helped you figure out what the fire rates mean. Thank you for sending me this message, I am always up to anyone who needs help with the articles I made/expanded.
By search engine It was a struggle to find every Level and Gun specific. I mostly specified them myself but for the levels I just used what I had. Finding the level of everything was watching Youtube gameplay and self gameplay (although I am pretty low level).
I did not meet the creator but the creators of the game, so more in contact of the developers (not the current developers). I asked them how are HP and XP of zombies made, they had a list of scripts and information that I needed. To get in contact with them I used Twitter a lot.