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Thank you for your contributions to eRepublik Official Wiki. In the future, please use the preview button before you save your edit; this helps you find any errors you have made, reduces edit conflicts, and prevents clogging up recent changes and the page history. Below the edit box is a Show preview button. Pressing this will show you what the article will look like without actually saving it.
It is strongly recommended that you use this before saving. If you have any questions, you can either write on the Bar or leave a message on my talk page. Thank you. --AndyCro Do you need assistance? Then ask me! ;)) 17:09, 14 February 2015 (PST)
Hello Dio.Brando, there is a difference between GLaDOS and GLaDos., so if you want to make an article about GLaDos. you are more then welcome. I have reverted the changes on GLaDOS, as they are not referring to that user! :) --AndyCro Do you need assistance? Then ask me! ;)) 03:03, 9 May 2017 (PDT)
Hi Andy, They are the one and the same. I fact checked and it seems it is a reincarnation. An account that has died and can no longer be acccessed. Will follow your rules, but I believe it was an appropriate edit. Thoughts?
- Dio, the point is that citizen A has its own history, different background and unique ID, and then his reincarnation citizen B has its own history, background and unique ID. A note on the old one can be made that he was reincarnated and on the new one vice-versa, however, all of the new history should be with the reincarnated citizen, while the old one should be with the original citizen. Some players end up to have two, three, four accounts and fact-checking becomes a nightmare if they don't separate the citizen articles. Is it now a bit more understandable why we separate the articles? --AndyCro Do you need assistance? Then ask me! ;)) 18:09, 11 May 2017 (PDT)