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Order of Merlin
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Order of Merlin
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Battle of Hogwarts
Yes, it's important to adequately cover the content as much as possible I agree. However A) Aberforth's conversation with HRH has very little to do with the battle, and a short mention of it is plenty and, more importantly, B) you're coping large sections of the text practically verbatim, only changing very small portions to avoid dialog, which is plagiarism. That's a big reason why there's a huge clean-up tag on top of the article (another being that the background information section that is supposed to briefly summarize the lead-up to the battle is currently a quarter of the article's content. If you want to improve that article, I'd work on removing extraneous information, not adding it.-- 1337star (talk) 22:03, November 12, 2011 (UTC)
Mudbloods and the Dangers They Pose... Image
Where did the image of the pamphlet showing the simpering rose come from, that you added to the page for Mudbloods and the Dangers They Pose to a Peaceful Pure-Blood Society? I'm just curious because it doesn't have any sourcing information and I don't recall seeing it anywhere before.
For that matter, it looks like none of the other images you just posted have sourcing information either, and it seems you've already received a previous warning about that. ProfessorTofty 02:03, January 5, 2012 (UTC)