Please do not insert text copied word-for-word from Pottermore into articles on this wiki. We definitely want to incorporate the new information on Remus Lupin from Pottermore into our article on him, but in order to avoid copyright infringement, we must be original and use our own words. Thanks! ★ Starstuff (Owl me!) 13:44, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
It that case, I think someone who is alot better in writing English should work on proccessing that, because there is so much that isn't placed in the article for that reason. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Simen Johannes Fagerli (talk • contribs).
Simen, you seem to persist putting your speculations in pages, yet they keep being reverted, on the ground that there is not enough canon to support them. I don't know what you're trying to accomplish, I just feel the disruption you're causing.
Taking a leaf from the admin's book, I'd like to suggest you put your ideas in blogs; they're there exactly for this kind of things. Please, pick it up - otherwise I'll have to ask an admin to block you for a while - an edit war on such things is not acceptable. MinorStoop 11:52, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
- I'll admit, you're starting to annoy me as well. Not with what you're putting down, but the fact that not only do you repeatedly put the same thing over and over again even after it's been reverted by two different users, in the same place as before, but you then label your own speculation as being canon. This isn't so. It'd be like if I wrote a whole biography of your life based purely on what I've seen of you on the wiki for the past few months and then said it was a hundred per cent fact coming directly from you. It might contain small nuggets of canonical fact, but the majority of it comes, not from canon, but from you. I therefore ask you to refrain from re-adding things when they have been continually removed, without first starting a discussion. --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 14:44, November 16, 2013 (UTC)