Just here to let you know that a number of your actions have gone against the rules and regulations of the Milo Murphy's Law Wiki. Please read the following carefully so that you can continue to enjoy your time here:
Recently, you've added many unnecessary topics to a variety of different forum threads. Arend left a note on your wall detailing the issues with this behavior, which you can see here: Thread:32247. Please read his message over carefully, and remember that any additional topics will be removed.
Likewise, do not use article Talk Pages as a way to express your personal feelings. These areas are only to be used for communication about the page itself in a way that's significant to the editing aspects of the wiki. Personal opinions should be reserved for Forum threads, Blog posts, or your own Message Wall.
Even after you received a warning, you still yet change your behaviour and keep adding and re-adding topics to threads unnecessarily. So please behave yourself with all the warnings you have received. We can guarantee you a ban if you fail to respect the rules.
I've been noticing that you're randomly adding character tags to forum threads that have more to do about the show itself than the specific characters.
Since there can only be four topic attached to one thread, and said topics are actually existing pages (meaning these forum threads will be found at the end of said pages), I ask you to please stop adding character topics on threads that DON'T need them.
Addendum: When a thread is related to certain characters, ONLY add the relevant ones. For example, I noticed you added the Melissa Chase topic on this thread about Milo and Amanda, which has nothing to do with Melissa. Adding Melissa to there is mindless and random.
Addendum 2: Not everything needs the maximum amount of topics. Heck, not everything even needs a topic at all. So please, if you have no topics to add that isn't just random characters, please don't.
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This is just an automated message from the FANDOM bot that is attributed to my name for an automated admin welcome that each user receives after they make their first contribution. But anyway, welcome to the wiki and thanks for joining!