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I have noticed your edits on some of the pages 'Harold Macdougal', 'The Assualt On Fort Mercer, and 'Civilization, at any price'.
I know your trying to help the wiki which i appreciate but you did a bad thing. You deleted some information that i had posted which was important and was interesting for the blog. Please dont do this again, or i will alert a admin.
08:32, July 23, 2011 (UTC)Marston334
Nigel West Dickens Elixer
I reverted your edit to the Nigel West Dickens' Elixir page earlier and you subsequently re-made the change (which I've again reverted). As mentioned in my edit note, that section of the page is about the claims made by Nigel West Dickens about the elixir, it is not about what it actually does. Therefore, since he claimed it would repel the Undead, that is the correct entry.
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