User talk:Pikifan4

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Hello, Pikifan4, and welcome to Pikipedia, a wiki with information regarding Pikmin. We thank you for registering, and would like to point you to the Helping out page so you can get started right away. If you need a guide for beginners on how to edit pages, check the Quick start guide. Finally, if you need to talk to one of us, there's the Chatroom. We hope you enjoy your stay! — {EspyoT} 09:16, 27 January 2016 (EST)

HELLO EVERYONE come here to talk (or complain) about Pikifan4 (talk) 12:57, 27 January 2016 (EST)

I guess this has become more of a complaints thing so complain away. Also, no swearing unless you're making a petition to remove me from the wiki. Pikifan4 (talk) 08:38, 10 February 2016 (EST)

Custom signature[edit]

The Help:FAQ page has what I hope is a useful enough guide for creating a custom signature. I can't speak from experience, but I hope if helps you. Phineas81707 (talk) 19:48, 27 January 2016 (EST)

Your edits[edit]

In response to what you left on my talk page, what Pikmin area did I miss? You mean one of the unused areas? I am not forced to add information to the wiki, nor is anybody. The fact that we don't have the missing area doesn't mean we're claiming it doesn't exist. Plus, accessing the areas isn't as easy as it's made out to be.

But never mind that. I'm here to talk to you about your edits recently. Half of your edits on talk pages have missed their signature, even though I told you countless times to sign. To help with that, I even told you about the preview feature. But it seems the point doesn't get to you. Signatures are naturally needed so that anybody can understand who said what and at what time, in a conversation, and forgetting them can be from annoying to destructive.

Half of your talk page edits are also responding to really old subjects. There is no problem in doing so, but when you're replying to something old and wrong despite the fact that the conversation died and everybody already knows more up-to-date truths, that is a waste of time.

More importantly, half of your mainspace edits get reverted because you do not pay attention. Of course, some of your edits are constructive, which is good, but the others end up being undone because they're wrong. I won't complain about policy problems such as capitalizing wrong, since I understand not everybody should know the policy from heart. But most of the stuff you get wrong, you could've gotten right if you just paid a bit of attention. For instance, claiming The Distant Spring is the Distant Tundra, when in reality the Koppaite text said the name is similar.

Finally, you're ignoring what you're being told by an administrator, and you're replying with a lot of sass and passive-aggressiveness (have I done you any wrong to deserve hatred?). You end up making wrong edits, making me take time off of my day to fix them, and you still act all proud and mighty as if you are in the right? Obviously, that is not appreciated, neither here nor anywhere else. Editing on Pikipedia is not a right, it's a privilege, so you can leave if you are not orderly.

I give you two options: either you shape up, be respectful to other users (not because I'm an administrator, but because I'm an editor who's trying to fix what's wrong and doesn't deserve backtalk), pay attention before making an edit, and think before you act. Or you can leave the wiki – voluntarily or by force.

Consider this your one and only warning. If you want to give me a rebuttal, do so, but read what I wrote and understand why I wrote it. — {EspyoT} 12:53, 9 February 2016 (EST)