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  • You have the awful habit of moving pages without any kind of discussion, and then leaving the links for others to fix... Take a look at this page and please fix the links you've created by moving.

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    • I was just trying to make the information more accurate but all right; I'll leave a message on your wall if I believe a page in the future needs renaming rather than renaming it myself. And I'll replace the leftover links.

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    • Shabook wrote:
      ...and then leaving the links for others to fix...

      Yeah, I don't do that. I mean, when I do rename a page, I try to find the pages that had the previous name hyper-linked and I change as many as I can. if I missed some, I apologize. I think the only time I didn't was for the Battle at the HYDRA Siberian Facility; I'll apologize for that, I should have changed the links on the other pages. My mistake.

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    • Yesterday as I returned home from being away a few weeks. I had to fix the Battle at the HYDRA Siberian Facility, and K.A.R.E.N., an article that has been moved twice without any kind of discussion.

      Talk pages are used to discuss a move BEFORE implementing it, and only when a consensus has been reached. You've moved Liz Allan and Doris Raxton's pages before the consensus has been reached, changed events name and placing them with the in use tag to avoid others from editing it, haven't fixed the links, and you also have left the redirects to pollute the List of redirects with unwanted names.

      So unless you start following the proper protocols for renaming an article (opening a talk page, wait for a consensus, perform the move, fix all links and mark the newly-created redirect for deletion), I have to ask to stop moving pages around.

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    • BTW, given that you don't respect the IN USE tag when other people place it in an article, I'm removing all the tags you've placed, as you cannot be actively working with editing tabs opened at the same time in all these articles.

      If you wish to place the In Use editing tag again, choose just one article...

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    • Shabook wrote:

      Talk pages are used to discuss a move BEFORE implementing it, and only when a consensus has been reached. You've moved Liz Allan and Doris Raxton's pages

      [...] I have to ask to stop moving pages around.

      Except whenever talk pages were created in the past to discuss things like these, they ended up getting deleted. The reason I moved the Liz Allan page to Liz Toomes is because she wasn't credited as Liz Allan while both her parents were credited as Toomes. For not discussing it prior, I apologize. As for Doris' page (it was never Doris Raxton by the way), I remember it had been renamed Doris Allen (as in Liz Allan*, except Allan was spelled as Allen) and I remember renaming it to Allan for consistency with the Liz Allan page.

      But as stated before, I won't rename a page - I'll just ask you / post a message on an admin's wall if I think a page needs renaming.

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    • Murali9395 wrote: Except whenever talk pages were created in the past to discuss things like these, they ended up getting deleted.

      Talk pages are only deleted when they don't follow the Talk Page Policy. Check the Category:Talk pages and you'll see plenty of examples of what a Talk page should be.

      Murali9395 wrote: The reason I moved the Liz Allan page to Liz Toomes is because she wasn't credited as Liz Allan while both her parents were credited as Toomes. For not discussing it prior, I apologize. As for Doris' page (it was never Doris Raxton by the way), I remember it had been renamed Doris Allen (as in Liz Allan*, except Allan was spelled as Allen) and I remember renaming it to Allan for consistency with the Liz Allan page.

      I just used Raxton because it's the most familiar name for the character. The fact is that you've moved the same articles twice back and forth in a matter of days, instead of waiting for the conversation to unfold and make the move when everything is clear.

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    • Shabook wrote:

      The fact is that you've moved the same articles twice back and forth in a matter of days, instead of waiting for the conversation to unfold and make the move when everything is clear.

      My apologies. It won't happen again.

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