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...because I've been on this Wiki way longer than you and I know what I'm doing. Also, you didn't even have proper spelling/grammar. Plus, I know those characters were in the operation, but they were in the fan film, this, which was a non-canon film, decipiting that it hardly has anything with the actual Call of Duty events. Only Ghost, Sandman, Price and Soap took part of the actual opertaion, see here. So before you start anything, I know what I'm doing. Please don't go off like that, and if you start an edit war, it will end with a block. Stop; and I would highly advise that you read out policies. Thanks --
- Okay, one: "Cool story, bro" is not needed. Second: I'm glad that you understand the difference between the canon and non-canon events. Third: I removed your info too because just like pretty much all other playable characters, they don't talk. Plus they're both sergeants, who cares? Many playable character are sergeants and don't speak. In short, it's not necessary. So stop trolling and have a good day. --
Hi, I wanted to apologize for what just happened with Killfeedz, that is not how users are treated here. Also, we decided in the War room that the Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish (Fan Film) is not canon, whereas Operation Kingfish is due to info found within MW3. So your edit was not completely wrong, just the part about Frost's involvement because outside of the fan film, there is no evidence that Frost was involved. Other than that, you did fine and you're in no sort of trouble over what happened. Carb 0 02:56, March 2, 2012 (UTC)
Re:Black Ops Riot Shield Edit
Fixed Barricade =/= Riot shield, regardless of how it is being used.
23:37, March 16, 2012 (UTC)
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