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Hi there. Please stop moving the various sections of the Eighth Doctor biography page around. We have come to a consensus on this wiki that the in the Eighth Doctor's timeline, the comics take place after the EDA novels, any different placement is now seen as speculation by this wiki. Please see Forum: Timeline - Eighth Doctor, for information on why it has been placed there, with reference to other in-universe stories. --Revan\Talk 10:51, August 17, 2012 (UTC)
This is your final warning not to rearrange the Eighth Doctor page, I have already ignored your first decision to ignore my advice, and again I had to revert your edits. If this happens again I will have no choice but to place a block on your account. Please do not do this again and respect the decision of the wiki's community. --Revan\Talk 12:50, August 17, 2012 (UTC)
You once again didn't listen to my warning and you have now been blocked from the wiki for three days. This wiki runs by a set of rules that must be upheld by all users so that the wiki can run smoothly. When your block is lifted, I suggest you listen what other users tell you and respect the communities decisions. If you have a problem with the communities decisions, then please bring it up on the forum. --Revan\Talk 20:41, August 17, 2012 (UTC)
Hi! I noticed that you've been changing prefixes on a few pages. You may not know that there was a discussion a little while back, at Forum:Prefix simplification, where it was decided to simplify the prefixes. The new list of prefixes can be found at Tardis:List of prefixes. So there's no need to change them the way you've been doing. Thanks! Shambala108 ☎ 14:22, September 17, 2012 (UTC)
Tenth Doctor Edit
You have been asked not to move things around on the Eighth Doctor page. NOW, I'm asking you to stop doing so on the Tenth Doctor page, just because one comic precedes another doesn't mean that the story takes place after the previous. For example, the comic Dead-line and Arctic Eclipse do not take place directly another another. The Tenth Doctor's timeline has been organised, SO PLEASE STOP CHANGING IT AROUND AND COMPLICATING THE COMPLICATED LIFE OF THE DOCTOR. - The Batestr
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