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Please don't make edits like you did to the Great Encounters (TCG) page. None of those edits you made can be proven. In fact, some of them can be disproven--card number 4 has already been revealed to be a Darkrai, yet you're insisting that card number 4 is going to be a Mewtwo, while Latios has already been revealed to be card number 23, yet you're insisting it's going to be card number 22. Additionally, there is zero proof that any of the other cards you say are in the set are actually going to be in there--remember, quite a few cards are being held back for a filler set between Japanese releases, making this whole Great Encounters preview bit entirely unpredictable. Pull a stunt like that again and there will be consequences. --Shiningpikablu252 21:41, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
Bulbapedias editing rules are ridiculous!
So anyone can add anything to my OWN user talk page, but I'm not free to delete anything?
So I get spammed, and I can't delete it. Great job Bulbapedia...
- The Welcome = No
- The Warning = No
- Almost anything else = Yes
About your claims of your information being accurate...
I've already seen imagery pointing to the contrary. Here's a picture of Latios from a reliable source when it comes to the TCG. See how its card number reads 23/106? And there's no way you can dispute something reported on Bulbanews that originated on an official site that displays Darkrai 4 in its body. I'm sorry, but that source you gave me when you made an edit that could constitute vandalism on my user page is full of hot air. --Shiningpikablu252 22:16, 29 January 2008 (UTC)