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Recent changes is a great first stop, because you can see what other people are editing right this minute, and where you can help.
Read our policies, if you haven't already. You'll be informed on the do's and do not's, as well as some guidelines when creating new articles.
The Sandbox is a great place to test things out if this is your first time editing wikis. It is advisable to know what is commonplace on the wiki, such as templates and categories, and how to use them.
Questions? You can ask at the Help desk, the "discussion" page associated with each article, or browse through the help directory. Feel free as well to ask on my talk page; we take care of our friends, recruit!
Have feedback? The War Room is used to discuss changes to wiki or other community related issues. You'll need 50 main space edits to vote, recruit, but your opinion is still appreciated!
I hope you enjoy editing on the wiki recruit! This is Bravo Six, out.
I reverted your edit as it is supposed to stay on your talk page per Call of Duty Wiki:Don't Delete Discussions, wich states you can not remove content from your talk page. The closest ting you can do is archive your talk page, wich is not recommended as you have so few messages. --CodExpert 18:59, June 15, 2010 (UTC)
Well, no. As it is still discussion as it is a welcoming and it is not automatic, WHISKEY35 put that on there himself. But for the rest of this, you might wanna talk to an Administrator. --CodExpert 16:20, June 16, 2010 (UTC)
No problem, I'm always glad to help. And it's nice to meet such an intelligent user sauch as yourself and have a great time contributing with us. Also, be sure to read through our policies. --CodExpert 17:16, June 16, 2010 (UTC)