Heyo, I am Dante, aka Midnight2222. I am applying for rollback rights because I absolutely love reading these pastas and editing, and I have found my normal user right's to be very limiting.

I joined this wiki on September 4, 2014, but have been exposed to lots of the community, and have read tons of these stories.

I absolutely know the naming rights.

I have 275 edits

I definitely think I am qualified for this, as I am on the wiki a ton, (mostly ever weekday at least 2 hours) and I make lots of edits and try to be an active member of the Creepypasta wiki community.

I hope you consider me.

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Oppose Oppose -- Looking through your edits, you seem to only comment and add pictures to things. The actual edits I'm seeing are mostly pointless. Like this, this, this and those are probably half of your actual edits that aren't just adding a picture. I haven't seen any edits of yours that are more than one word. Just because tools are limited doesn't mean you can't effectively edit. Your edit history looks more like pointsgaming/edit whoring than actual editing. Even though rollback isn't a rights with a lot of responsibility, you need to prove you actually can edit before you get started on the track. --ImGonnaBeThatGuy (talk) 18:18, December 4, 2014 (UTC)

Oppose Oppose - Sorry, but It's a bit too early as of now. You should take some time to make quality edits to articles, especially ones in the Marked for Review category and keep up the good work. Also, keep in mind that edit quality is much more important than quantity. I can see potential with you, but you still need to do some good work before you get rollback rights. A picture is worth a thousand words, but I'd rather write a thousand-word story. (talk) 19:34, December 4, 2014 (UTC)

Oppose Oppose - Inconsistent and very casual editing are enough reasons for not deserving such thing. Jamés the Chapeist Send a message to Al Chapé 19:54, December 4, 2014 (UTC)

Oppose Oppose -While you are fairly active, a majority of those edits are commenting on pages and not really editing/fixing grammatical issues. (Actually, since Nov. 12, you have about 10 actual edits to stories, which is kind of sparse.) Additionally, just a suggestion, explain the naming conventions and give an example. (How to properly title something and what would be an incorrect title.) I'm sure you know how to properly title a story, but in an application you should provide evidence of these things to users who may not know. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 22:22, December 4, 2014 (UTC)

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