Ahoy - Images
Ahoy, I just wondered what you wanted done with those images? For starters Using the Image:Avatar is for avatar sized. If you want full size: Image:Art-[Artist]-[Piecename].[fileformat] --Lcawte 15:13, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
- Bonjour! Yes, it was an error (as was the naming). In the end I decided to not include those in my avatar gallery, so they remain unused. I was hoping they could both just be purged! Thanks muchly.
- - fyre talk 18:21, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
Hi! Thanx for fixing my pets on my page! =D Adrielle =) 03:43, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
Ahoy! I've deleted all of your alternate-capitalisation redirects. Firstly, they're unnecessary - a search for "Spiky Coral" (for example) will still turn up the correct article. Secondly, they're undesired - any links to trinkets should be in lower-case, and having the upper-case article present will suppress the appearence of a red link that lets us know something is up. Some articles DO have redirects for alternate capitalisation, such as War Brig, as the incorrect capitalisation is in common usage, or the item linked actually changed its name from one capitalisation to another. In these cases, none of the redirects you created were linked from anywhere. In fact, your creation of Sand Dollar was interfering with a legitimate link to an article about a building.
Secondly, the Atlantis trinket is a broken trident tine. As in a fork tine... or, well, a trident tine. Look it up if you're unfamiliar with the word. Strictly speaking, it's not a one-colour trinket but a no-colour trinket. That the sand dollar gets its own article is an aberration, probably due to the fact that Sanddollar is also the name of a pirate. If you look over the page history for broken trident tine, you'll notice I created the article a bit over a year ago, but in December last year it was decided to change it to a simple redirect back to the main trinket article, simply because it contains no information not already included on trinket. Fair winds! --Belthazar451 13:34, 28 August 2009 (UTC)