Lecolius, the Great Crusade began on ca. 800.M30, not M31. Also, the date is not absolute, and the ca., indicating the Latin word circa or "around," must be used. Just thought I'd bring that to your attention, as I've corrected it a few times.
Lecolius, in English, you don't refer to vehicles or ships as "him." We use the nongender pronoun "it." A gender pronoun was only ever used with ships, which were referred to as "her." That is now considered archaic and impolite, and ships are also usually referred to as "it" now as a result of our changing gender politics. I know that in certain other languages (I don't know your native language though I'm guessing its Germanic in origin from your easy grasp of English grammar) ships were once referred to as "him" but not in English. Just mentioning this because of your work on the super-heavy tank pages. It's a consistent error, so I just wanted to point it out. Thanks.
Oh, cool. Vive la France! (Or Switzerland, Quebec, the Walloon portion of Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, portions of North and Central Africa, or wherever you are!) Well your English is wonderful, much better than my non-existent French. LOL.
Lecolius if you are the anonymous user who created the Kasper Hawser page, you are leaving out swathes of vital information. Please check all of your pages against the equivalent page on the Lexicanum, if one exists, so that any information you have missed can be added to your page before you publish it. I keep having to add information to your pages which should be added by you from the start, which is adding to my workload unnecessarily. Of course, if you did not create the page, please ignore this message. Thanks.
No, me, sorry. I'd actually worked a lot to cut it down, as I thought the opposite and I'd cost the editor staff more time and effort cutting it down if I just spewed out the whole story. I'd set out to do as much as it myself in the article exactly to avoid you or anyone else having to do more than trim it to your own style. Please believe that I was taking pains *not* to be lazy or apathetic.
I acknowledge my failing and will be sure to correct it, ser.
Lecolius all of your added images have been licensed improperly. Please go back and license them correctly as outlined in the Important Links on the main page, or they will have to be remoevd. I have already fixed the Incubus image on the Incubus page.
Well, it wasn't me to sart with, but some joker who put one sentence in his article. I just expanded it with what I remembered of the fluff. Algrim had deleted the original article in the meantime, and I "force-created" it since I had taken the time to write it down.
And actually, I'm not even certain that "stub" template was accurate, since there's not much to say about the Fabricator-General except he's the big guy on his personal planet!
Your pages need some major improvements. Spelling and grammar should aways be checked, and links need be added. Also make sure you add page numbers for sources and put them in the correct format. You will also need to add any and all relevant pictures to any pages you create, along with the wiki disclaimer to each picture.
Lecolius, this page is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors and also does not describe or list any of the actual Paths of the Eldar. It really needs to be reworked as it does not meet our standards in its current form. Sorry, this isn't like your usual high-quality work, please repair it as best you can. Thanks.
MMM, sorry Lecolius, this one was just a wash. I have completely rewritten the page to accord with our standards. I believe much of your information was out of date, belonging to the 2nd Edition of the game, rather than the 4th Edition and what was revealed in the novels. Thanks for trying, though.
Could you please sight the page numbers for this particular Imperial campaign? If the sources cannot be adequately sited and verified as being legitimate canon, I'll have no choice but to mark this article for deletion. Thanks!
I have checked it and I could not find a single word on the subject in either of these Codices. I also took a look into the second edition Ultramarines Codex, not a mention as well, unless it actively and cleverly evaded my sight.