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Hi, thank you for offering to help us out. What you made was actually a model page so I have given it class 1 rating (meaning it is a perfect page to be used as an example by others). Keep up the good work and please don't hesitate to message me if you need any help.
Congratulations, man! Your page creation is invaluable to us. Every one of your pages is top quality. You don't know how helpful you are being right now. Hit 1000 edits, and you're admin material for sure! --Ahawk007 18:48, February 18, 2019 (UTC)
Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it! Quick question, should I just add the Class 1 rating to the pages I create (at least when following the format for sets), or should I leave them as unrated and wait for admins to class them? Thanks again! ~TheMime 19:20, February 18, 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for the Help
Hi Mime, I looked over the categories. You are right, most of those do not belong. I'll have a talk with the culprit. And as for your page quality, link a few to me and I'll take a look. By the way, don't reply to me on your talk page, because I don't get the notification. Thank you! --Ahawk007 16:13, April 18, 2019 (UTC)
Re: Thanks for the Help
Hey there, I looked over your pages. I can't give you the rating for the polybags, but don't sweat, I rarely if ever see polybags with class 1 ratings (there's not enough info). The rest of your pages are Class 1 quality for sure, I'll rank them properly when I get around to it. Thanks again! --Ahawk007 21:19, April 18, 2019 (UTC)