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Well, the rules says nothing about them and some other users, among them another admin, make use of them frequently, so I would say: no problem in using smiles on Nartuopedia. :) Jacce | Talk 17:35, September 16, 2009 (UTC)
Image deletion: Minato&Mahiru.jpg
Tserg, the image Minato&Mahiru.jpg which you uploaded has been deleted. We suggest you look over our image policy before you upload another image to make sure you aren't breaking any part of the policy. ..--AlienGamer--Talk (contribs)-- 16:55, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
Editing infoboxes are allowed (pages that are forbidden to edit are protected, so you can't edit them - however, you can leave suggestions on improvement in their talk pages). When you want to go to Naruto's infobox, just type Infobox:Naruto Uzumaki and you will find it. If you want Sasuke's infobox, you type Infobox:Sasuke Uchiha and so on. However, just a few pages has separated infoboxes. Jacce | Talk 19:39, September 16, 2009 (UTC)
- Not a problem...but is that pic necessary?..--AlienGamer--Talk (contribs)-- 20:18, September 16, 2009 (UTC)
The reason why i think that it belongs there is because that was the pic or scene where we saw the 4th and the 9 tails in the series. I dont mean to overload any page with pics, but i just felt that the 4th's page was to empty and i feel that the pic is important enough to be placed on the page for the above reason. Talk
ive checked and your right. But since there is no other image and that is the closest image we have of the 4th (besides the one i uploaded early with him doing a hand sign to activate the dead demon consuming seal to use against the 9tails) and 9tails meeting in combat, i still think it can there. And any naruto sensible people like u and me would know that the fouth (his foot) standing on gamabunta's head. Me1
Image deletion: Fourth.jpg
Tserg, the image Fourth.jpg which you uploaded has been deleted. We suggest you look over our image policy before you upload another image to make sure you aren't breaking any part of the policy. ..--AlienGamer--Talk (contribs)-- 02:17, September 17, 2009 (UTC)
Image deletion: Minato Namikaze.jpg
Tserg, the image Minato Namikaze.jpg which you uploaded has been deleted. We suggest you look over our image policy before you upload another image to make sure you aren't breaking any part of the policy. ..--AlienGamer--Talk (contribs)-- 16:54, September 19, 2009 (UTC)
- Saying a job, or in this case a mission, pays is a very common collocation. The logic behind it is that that performing the job gets you an amount of money. So in a way, the job pays you. However, you cannot say a job is paid, since it is the one performing the job that is paid and not the job itself.
- Saying "a large amount of training" is incorrect, but saying "a lot of training" is almost as awkward. I changed it to something more eloquent.
- Oftenly, which you used in the same sentence as above, isn't an existing English word.
- In the B-rank article, you changed can to may, citing that the "[p]assive voice is a very important criterion in English!!!!!!!". While that may be true, there's a distinct difference between can and may that goes beyond the passive voice. Can indicates possibility, while may indicates permission. Since the sentence was about what activities a B-rank mission could possibly involve, and not about what a B-rank mission is allowed to involve, can is the proper verb to use.
I made more changes, but I don't feel like explaining every single one of them. If you have questions about any other change in particular, you may ask me and I'll explain. --ShounenSuki (talk | contribs) 20:26, October 24, 2009 (UTC)