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Images Edit

Please remember to add an image license. Thanks----Skittles the hog--Talk 15:11, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Audiobooks of novelisations Edit

Thanks for adding pics to the 2011 section of the above article. However, a couple of tips for the future. First, please make sure that picture names have human-readable names that make some sort of sense. Random alpha-numeric strings like the ones you used make future use much more difficult, because the name simply isn't searchable. Second, please make sure that your edits don't strip articles of useful formatting. It was a step forward for the article to get pics in the 2011 section. But it was a step backward for the article to lose all its wiki-linking, as it did by virtue of your edit. Not quite sure why you would have done that, actually. Your edit, instead of just being helpful, created work for me to clean up.
czechout@fandom   15:35:00 Sun 03 Apr 2011 

Nyssa Edit

I was just wondering about your time placing for Nyssa in the audio stories. I haven't got to listening to Cobwebs and later monthly plays yet but from Winter I gathered that it was the last time that Nyssa met the fifth Doctor in her timeline. Does Cobwebs actually reference the events of Winter or is the placing of her second run of adventures with the Doctor just an educated guess? --Revan\Talk 12:23, April 22, 2011 (UTC)

I'm just mentioning this because the articles for both Cobwebs and Winter give no clear indication of their placement in relation to each other outside the timeline section. An example of what I mean is if in Cobwebs Nyssa said "I helped you regenerate" or something similar it just needs adding to the continuity section to help with the placement of the stories. --Revan\Talk 12:26, April 22, 2011 (UTC)

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czechout@fandom   06:57: Wed 21 Dec 2011 


Please remember to put story titles in italics like so ''{{story name}}''

It is likely the case that you are well versed in this practice and that I just happened across a few instances where you had forgotten, in which case this is just a reminder. Thanks--Skittles the hog - talk 11:46, October 29, 2012 (UTC)


Why the move? It was never actually called just "The Doctor's TARDIS" in "Prisoners of Fate". It was either referred to as his "first TARDIS", "Type 50" or "Chronoscope" (by Sibor). JagoAndLitefoot 15:25, June 12, 2013 (UTC)

Sorry I didn't move it

Images Edit

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czechout@fandom    14:54: Mon 01 Jul 2013

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Question Edit

Hi! I came across your edit at Talk:Flarr. I just wanted to verify with you that the article should be renamed "Vlaar" before I change it. Thanks! Shambala108 02:27, April 12, 2014 (UTC)

Hi Looking at the script for Starlight Robbery Flarr is spelt Vlaar. TimeDude

I changed the page name and the pages that link to it. Thanks for pointing it out. In the future, you can put a {{rename}} tag on any page that needs to be changed. Thanks! Shambala108 18:57, April 12, 2014 (UTC)
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