Then please add it. Those page numbers are not entirely correct. Also, you left entire paragraphs out of the page. Zixes, please look at my corrections to that page. I have asked you over, and over and over again to please be more careful in what you are doing when you do big pages. The reality is I cannot trust you to do this work correctly, and all you do is add to my work load. This is the final warning. The next time I see you do a large article this sloppily, I will be sanctioning you for some time. Please actually take care with the work, or please don't do it. You have been an editor here for years and yet the same problems persist, and, though I know you are trying to be helpful, I simply can't allow this to continue. The next time this happens, you're going to be taking a break for some time, so please pay attention to what you are doing, or do smaller pages.
We do not share a discord server as I am banned from the wiki one ;)
If I need sth, I will let you know, currently I am simply looking over my 40k material list, if you need sth, lemme know, I think I got about 1000 single files, mostly Epubs or Mobis
Zixes, the picture you added to the Farseer page was neither sized correctly nor properly licensed. This is the last warning I am going to give you about failure to follow formats and creating more work for others. Please pay more attention to the details of what you are doing if you want to be helpful.
When you source any 7th Edition works, you cannot use the page number taken from a digital-only PDF that has no listed page numbers. If there are no actual page numbers on the PDF, you must use the name of the section instead, as you have seen on other Digital Edition sources. Please make sure that the 7th Edition Orks codex you cited had an actual, printed page number and was not a pageless Digital Edition. This problem no longer occurs after the 6th and 7th Editions.
Thank you for completing the Shriven page, Zixes. However, as we have spoken about before many, many times, you cannot just cut and paste content without going over it for all of the typos, errors and lack of links. A wiki page without the proper links is effectively useless -- just read the book or original source. Proper links is why a wiki is useful.
If you want to do large pages, you must do them to the standard which we expect and to which you are now long-accustomed. Go over the edits I made to the page to see what has to be done to content after it is pasted into the wiki. At this point, while I appreciate that you are trying to be helpful, I really need you to step up and do what's required on pages like this or please stick to short pages, as you're just creating more work for me. Thanks.