Firstly, thank you for edits to various pages such as John Marston/Relationships; your corrections are much appreciated. It has been noted, though, that you have a tendency to make a small change to it everyday. This is unnecessary and clogs up the pages history with lots of small edits, and is ultimately an abuse of the wiki's achievement system - an offence on the wiki. This is something you were previously warned about.
I’d like to re-affirm my appreciation for your edits, but please note that your activity is noted. I ask instead that you make all the changes you wish to make in one go, rather than spreading them over the course of days.
Firatly, I'd like to Express my joy for your appreciation.
Secondly, I DOUBLE thank you for both this and your previous warning. I understand my mistakes and renew my apologises.
Thirdly, I think I owe you an explanation: in other wikis, I ran into some instances when my bigger edits were rapidly undone, in one occasion the page has even been locked out from further edits. So, I resorted to make small edits, and if I see they are accepted, I continue.
That said, I will now change my ways because I see this wiki has a different management. Again, thanks for everything. And, once more, sorry.
It has been noticed by myself and other staff members that, for some time now, you have made a small edit to your userpage each day. This is certainly unconventional, as most users either edit it occasionally or add everything they need to in one instance.
It is, therefore, natural for us to suspect that you may be engaging in 'Achievement boosting' - a blockworthy offence on this wiki. Policy outlines this in more detail here. The achievement system is in place to reward editors for their work around the wiki, and should not be abused.
I would not rule out the possibility that your intentions are not to achievement boost, but regardless of whether you are or not, I ask that you stop adding to it every single day and instead add all that you need to on less occasions.