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Thanks for your contributions. However, I have reverted some of them, and/or altered them. The general practice on this wiki is that for NPCs, including deities, the corresponding symbol is only used in the infobox if a depiction of the subject itself is not available. Also, the standard width of these infobox images should be 200 px. Thanks again--if you have any questions, please post them on my talk page.--Robbastard 10:07, 11 April 2009 (EDT)
Ok all right! No problem! ^^
Hi! I moved a couple of the images you had in the Zagyg and Trithereon articles. Generally speaking, it's best to forego a gallery section for a single image and instead try to place the image within the article, ideally in a related section (such as placing the holy symbol image under "worshipers"). See the Vecna and Warduke articles (which also have gallery sections) for an example. Thanks for your edits!--Robbastard 11:35, 16 May 2009 (EDT)
Ok, I understand! I will add other images in a couple of days ^^
Hi! We've made a few changes since your last period of activity. The preferred size for most infobox images is now 250 px wide, except for source/module images (200 px) and heraldic devices for realm articles (100 px). We've also added a category for images, so it would be helpful if you could add "Category:Images|file name" in double brackets to future images you upload. Thanks!--Robbastard 19:56, 19 November 2009 (EST)
Ok, I understand, so I will follow the new guidelines for the images!
- Your Warnes, Bigby, and Alhamazad images are only 200 px wide--the preferred size for character infobox images is 250 px wide. Do you think you could change them, please? Also, don't forget to sign your posts--use four  (~). Thanks!--Robbastard 11:45, 28 November 2009 (EST)
No Problem for that, i'm going to fix them soon, by the way, I have to post the pics of the others Circle of Eight's Mebmbers as 591 CY
Don't forget to use the edit summary--this gives other editors a brief synopsis of the changes made without having to wade through the history of every article. Thanks!--Robbastard 20:31, 8 September 2010 (EDT)
When uploading images, don't forget to add the image category & add text explaining what the image depicts, the source it's from, & the artist, if known. Also, don't forget to use the edit summary.--Robbastard 21:29, 7 February 2012 (EST)
I see you're still not using the edit summary. It's the narrow field right above the "save page" button, with "Summary:" to the left of it. As stated above, this gives other editors a brief synopsis of the changes made without having to wade through the history of every article.--Thanks,--Robbastard 22:28, 8 February 2012 (EST)