Also try adding more detail for them to avoid deletion. I'm not saying make them have pages as long as arthur's or john's but maybe add a little more that "this person is a minor character from red dead redemption 2"
i just didn't feel they were relevant and didn't need a page based on. i'm not saying anything against you, you do some great edits for this wiki. if the mods delete then that's that, if they don't they i'm fine with that.
Hey Ciaran! After reviewing your edits, I have found that lately you have been putting capital letters in the middle of sentences, when they should be lowercase. This is incorrect grammar, and I am here to ask that you refrain ffrom doing so in the future.
While I have mentioned it in the previous message, I would like to reinforce it once more: capitalize the first letter of your sentences. Every time you begin a new sentence, capitalize the initial letter of the sentence's first word. I noticed in your edits after the earlier message that at the very least you started capitalizing names, but every time you begin a new sentence, don't forget to capitalize as I instructed you.
Wikis are to be written formally and professionally. I appreciate your contributions to the Wiki, but please keep this in mind when editing.
1. Do not undo my edits on the Molly O'Shea. She is a supporting character due to her sizable amount of appearances + affiliation, not a one-off minor character. I see you doing this again, and it will be a block.
2. When editing, don't forget to capitalize the first word of your sentences and use periods (".") to close sentences. Also remember to capitalize names or titles.
Please refrain from adding speculation to pages purely based on the characters surnames – It is not confirmed nor alluded to that Hamish Sinclair and Francis Sinclair are related despite their common surname, so there is no reason to add it to their respective pages.
Hey Ciaran, I remember a few days ago you thanked me for adding an image to Grangers Hoggary, but you said that you didn't know how to add the picture yourself.
Assuming you're using the visual editor: Click on the infobox and a little black box should appear with the puzzle piece icon (meaning it's a template) and the title of the template type. From there, click on the name and you'll get a pop-up box that lets you edit the fields inside the infobox. Where you see the "image" field you can click on the red button to the right of it that has a little clip art of a photo on it. From there you can upload and title your new photo, click "Apply Changes," click "Apply Changes" on the infobox popup, then save your page. After all that, you should see your image on your page. You can also simply put photos in the body of an article or just upload them to the wiki itself for other users to see.