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Hey there, just a quick message about your recent edits. Pages don't need to say that an item was contributed "under the same name", if the workshop name and ingame name are the same. In addition, pages don't need to say (for example), "The Combat Slacks give the Heavy". It's better to have it as "They give the Heavy" or something similar. Thanks. --Omolong (talk) 07:10, 9 February 2014 (PST)
Hai and welcome to the wiki. Some notes about your recent edits:
- Don't include the item's name in the beginning of its description, for the sake of consistency and redundancy (ex. "It gives the Heavy a brown, medium length Mohawk, not "The Bullet Buzz gives the Heavy a brown, medium length Mohawk).
- "Under the same name" in the paragraph about the item being contributed to the Workshop item is redundant - only include a mention about the name if it's not the same as the in-game one.