User talk:Gioku

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Welcome to Bulbapedia, Gioku!
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  ジェダイの騎士デジタルテレビ 22:24, 24 May 2011 (UTC)  

Second-person pronouns

Hi Gioku, and welcome to Bulbapedia. Try and stay away from the second-person pronoun "you" when editing articles: addressing the reader is non-encyclopedic and should be avoided. Thanks, —darklordtrom 03:13, 7 July 2011 (UTC)

Biology sections

While we appreciate your fervor to help, merely removing the section headers from the Biology section is not enough. Every article needs a lot of attention to make sure everything is properly verified and cited so we don't have any false information or things that break our stylistic guidelines. While we're in the process of doing this, the presence or absence of the section headers is an easy way to see whether someone's done all of those necessary checks yet, so if you just remove those section headers without making any other changes, it makes it harder for us to make sure every single one of the 649 Pokemon have had the proper attention given to them. Pumpkinking0192 (talk) 19:14, 27 August 2013 (UTC)