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  • Hello. How're you doing? I noticed that you've been obsessed with adding the made-up and unnecessary category "Real-World Individuals" even AFTER I've told you to use the Real Life category several times already. I appreciate your dedication and willingness to help, but please don't make this difficult; just stop using it. It appears that you've been abusing and misusing categories on other Wikis as well. And it is ALSO apparent that you've been warned and banned about this on this Wiki several times already. Please check what belongs and what doesn't belong in a category before adding it to an article. And please check that the category you want to create isn't redundant and doesn't exist already. Again, thank you for your willingness to help and STAY SAFE!!

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    • Dude, I already told you: ThE cAtEgOrY dOeSn'T eXiSt!

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    • After reviewing Cstoczyn's message wall, I'd say this is a "last straw" sort of moment. We've tried to explain how the categories work for two years.

      Cstoczyn, you're more than welcome to continue browsing the wiki, but you will be banned from editing.

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    • @GbA (I was gonna contact you, but I was a bit hesitant. But yeah.)

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • You've been banned from editing for two months for continuing to misuse categories.

    You added the Goosebumps film to a category called "Media", which isn't a category we use. You added Curly to the "Villains" category even though he's not a villain. Lastly, you've continued to use the "Goosebumps" category. (That category is defunct, and you were warned not to use it.)

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • Please stop adding the "Night of the Living Dummy" category to pages. We already have a category called "Night of the Living Dummy Books". You were already warned once about this, so please don't do it again, or you may be blocked.

    Thanks.

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    • @Cstoczyn,

      One more time, you edited the Blurb section on the Slappy Birthday to You page, shortly after Cackles warned you about it. Almost all of your edits are redundant, with most of them being you replacing one word to its equivalent. I don't know if you're doing this for badges, and I honestly don't care about the reason. You've been warned way too many times, and all you do is to reply in a short sentence, not even giving an explanation for why you're doing this. I'm afraid that one of our admins will have to temporarily block you.

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    • Indeed. Cstoczyn, you have been blocked for one month. Please take this time to consider your mistakes. Once you are unblocked, you will be expected to follow the rules. Not doing this may result in a longer ban.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • Please don't add images to the gallery on Slappy's page. We have a subpage dedicated to images with him.

    Also, the "Night of the Living Dummy" category you added to two pages wasn't necessary.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • It seems like you have good intentions, but I've had to talk to you twice now. We don't need a page for Converse shoes. I don't believe they're ever even explicity called "Converse" in the books.

    (You also tried using the Heroines category, but it was retired a long time ago.)

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  • I put the candidates for deletion category for the article about Converse sneakers, this is an unnecessary page because they have nothing to do with Goosebumps other than Jacobus drew them on Goosebumps covers, that's like creating an article about pizza because it appeared on the cover of My Best Friend is Invisible.

    So next time, please don't create pages like this, because it could lead to the admins banning you.

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  • The "Goosebumps" category has been retired, so we no longer use it on articles.

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