Please use a spell checker program when creating profiles or making edits to existing profiles. We want these profiles to be as professional as possible and using correct spelling is a key element in doing that. Because of that some of your recent profiles can not be approved. --DragynWulf 21:06, 16 March 2007 (CDT)
When creating a profile of a character that does not have a code name, please use the last name first followed by the first name.
A few good examples would be instead of “Ben Parker”, the proper way would be “Parker, Ben” and instead of “May Parker” the proper way would be “Parker, May”. I hope this helps you understand things a little better. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Because of that some of your recent profiles can not be approved. --DragynWulf 21:06, 16 March 2007 (CDT)
Just to point out, the correct spelling of the character's name is "Spider-Man" and not "Spider-man". It is a common mistake and even one I used when I first started making profiles. --DragynWulf 21:13, 16 March 2007 (CDT)
Just thought to tell you some rules about images and disambiguation pages. Firstly Main image in the bio is reserved for the characters image in his latest costume. Not like you posted the American Eagle's picture that was him in his old costume. That costume was destroyed sometime ago and he designed new one. He was last seen in newest Thunderbolts issue and believe me he didn't look anything like that old picture. Old costume pictures are good to have in the profile but it should be inline image inside the bio part not in the main image slot. Second is you adding pictures to the disambiguation pages there really isn't anything wrong in that, but you just recently added picture to the Cardinal disambiguation page of Harrier. Disambiguation pages should have picture of the character in his latest costume or if he doesn't use the alias anymore picture of him in that costume he used when he last used the alias. That Harrier character didn't use that costume when he was Cardinal so the picture is missleading. I just thought to tell you these things so you won't do unnecesery edits. --Wezqu 19:12, 11 May 2007 (EDT)
"An Atomic research consultant who wishes to cure Human disease using Mutant cells." FYI - Keep sentences in past tense - no caps on Atomic, Human and Mutant. --MikeFichera 14:01, 2 August 2007 (CDT) (moderator)
"No caps on mutant? Thanks I have been making that mistake forever" -- Max Spider
You're still capitalizing "mutants." The page you submitted for Cerebro's X-Men had many grammar errors - incorrect uses of semicolons and sentence fragments. Don't link the whole phrase "real X-Men" - just "X-Men" is fine. --MikeFichera 15:02, 2 August 2007 (CDT) (moderator)
Acually, the only reason the word "mutants" was capitalized was because I created that article before I learned about my mistake, sorry for the confusion. In future I will edit my past profiles for mistakes before I comfirm them.
Again, you have to proof your work before submitting. Your Geldoff profile has spelling mistakes, run-on sentences, and a missing apostrophe. You have to keep your verbs in the past tense consistently. Also, the Official Handbook states that Geldoff is a mutant - he was a mutant who was experimented upon in the womb, but a mutant nonetheless.
I saw you corrected the verb tenses, but you still failed to address the rest of the grammar and spelling. See the latest changes. I approved it this once to show you the corrections, but the mods typically won't approve posts like this and give our Hero Points for this quality of writing. The OHotMU Team is checking into the mutant / non-mutant thing again - but what you wrote are the facts of what happened. --MikeFichera 19:14, 13 January 2008 (EST)