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  • In reviewing the articles in this category (which probably shouldn't exist, but that's a problem for another day), we came across Exharmian. As you probably know, the Content Policy prohibits Crossovers. The article appears to be a crossover, not only because of the content (e.g. referencing Jade, Rake, Hardball, and Tode, characters from Fire from Heaven), but also because the Appearances section explicitly includes "appearances" in media of other universes.

    Crossover articles falling within the Crossover Policy are subject to deletion. However, I'll give you a couple days to revise and remove the crossover elements if you'd like (and if possible). If you have any questions or need clarification, don't hesitate to reply here.

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  • I'm not sure I understand the stated reason for the deletion tag you posted here. Is it safe to consider this an "Author Request"?

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    • And here we are again. I notice the majority of your recent deletion requests were "Official species not named in any Star Wars source." Because Star Wars Fanon is a fanon website, this is irrelevant; most species on here do not appear in any Star Wars source, canon or otherwise. However, as the author, you have the right to request deletion of your work at any time, for any reason or no reason at all. As a result, you can simply use {{delete|Author request}} in the future.

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  • Hello,

    I'm hosting for the first time the Twelfth Annual Star Wars Fanon Wiki Awards and I'd like to let you know that you can nominate your aticles by simply using the following format beneath the appropriate heading here:

    Nominations will end at 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time on May 12th.

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  • While, unlike Goodwood, I don't find it a deletable offense, I am curious about your multitude of species mini-articles. Is there an overarching purpose or narrative behind all these brief species articles, or are you just trying to "fill in the gaps", as it were, in one-off mentions from canon?

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