So... here it is. I've reached a point where almost all my time is scouring the wiki for stories that I can edit with basic user privileges. As this has become harder, I've decided to try my game at Rollback. Let's get started shall we?

Must have been active for four months

I've been active since December of last year. (11 months approximately)

Must have 200 article edits or 25 vandalism revisions

As of currently, I fail to meet this criteria. I have roughly 130 article edits, 319 edits total.

Must know the wiki naming conventions

Child's play. "Example Of Examples" > "Example of Examples"


Please take your time to consider this and leave your votes/opinions below. Thank you.

Support Support -
Neutral Neutral -
Oppose Oppose -

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Neutral Neutral - but leaning on oppose. Sure, we need more active rollbackers, but your actual edit count worries me a bit. Just going and commenting on people's talk pages and forums doesn't really jive with needing rollback rights. And sure, you added some categories here and there, but anyone can do that. I guess what I don't understand is why you need the rights as your reasons stated above and user contributions are what anyone on the site can do. Mystreve (talk) 16:33, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

Neutral Neutral - I can see potential here. I just don't see you doing enough to have rollback rights. I'd suggest start doing more quality edits. I can dance, I can dance, everybody look at my hands! I can dance, I can dance, nobody is taking a chance! 19:27, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

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