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Unused File Edit
Please ensure you are correctly using the images you upload to ensure they do not clog up the unused files space, as well checking our image policies to ensure they are being correctly uploaded.
You are still free to upload images, just make sure they are being correctly used.
- 15:02, May 25, 2012 (UTC)
Please do not use the word "retard" in an offensive manner. Thank you. 20:24, September 15, 2012 (UTC)
Licensing Your Images Edit
- For images that are game screenshots, use Copyrighted Media.
- For non-game screenshots (pictures taken from the web etc.), use Fair Use.
- For images that are not licensed, or images you have made yourself, use Public Domain.
You add the license to the image at the same time you upload it to the wiki. For more help and details, see here. If you have any questions please contact me on my Talk page and I'll be glad to help.
- 03:36, September 27, 2012 (UTC)
Trolling EditA blog post or comment you recently made was deleted because it was considered trolling. Trolling can include, but is not limited to:
Please read the policies in order to brush up on the style and professionalism that is expected on this wiki.
Hello, AFGBOYS2000. It seems that you have recently added information that is thought or confirmed to be leaked. This is a violation of the leaked information policy, which states you can not add leaked information to articles, under any circumstances. This policy was created due to the potential of Activision claiming copyright, which would prompt possible legal action against Wikia, Inc. Therefore, this rule cannot be ignored. If you continue to add leaked information to articles, you may be subject to a block.