I am extremely dissapointed about you deleting all my hard work. Besides, if that page does not follos the manual of style i dont know what does. Why in the world will there be a lalashnikov concern page when my page does not follow the manual of style. I hate to be singled out when writing these articles. I was planning to make pages for FN herstal, steyer, AWM and other specific brands. Telling me that it dosent follow the manual of style is SO RUDE. I created another article called animu sight. It has not been finished. I am still searching for information about animu and trying to find it on the roblox catalog. I wish not to see you constantly delete my articles because my nerves stand on end when you delete them and i have to bear the fact that all my hard work has been thrown into your office trashcan. <(_ _)>
As a staff member - don't take it personally. We try to maintain a very high bar of quality on the Wikia now that we're not only one of the most relied upon sources of information, but that we also maintain apocryphal information that may have otherwise slipped through the cracks. We also have many different editors, and the only way to keep a consistent style of page format is to have the Manual of Style.
Additionally, long ago, we agreed upon the fact that weapon companies would not get their own pages. They are not covered under the purview of the PF Wiki, as we are not a guns wiki. That is best served by History blurbs. Weapons from the same family get a Members of Family category, which if you read the Manual of Style, groups together many "clone" weapons under the same umbrella. This is why you need to be mindful of the alerts that show up when you create or edit a page, as they are there for a reason. Generally, recreating a deleted page is a big no-no.
Recently, I haven't been able to play PF because it freezes just when the lobby loads. I have never had a problem like this. If you know anything about this, I would be grateful if you can try to help me.
Hey! My name is Atvelonis, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for the Phantom Forces Wiki as well as an admin on Elder Scrolls. I'm here to help you and the wider community, and act as a liaison between you and Fandom Staff. If you ever have any questions or issues related to the wiki, its features (editing, templates, bots, etc.), or whatever else, feel free to reach out to me on my message wall or on Discord (Atvelonis#9495) and I can help out! —Atvelonis (talk) 00:01, May 6, 2019 (UTC)
What if we test out the practical TTK of weapons at varying distances e.g. every 10 studs, so that people can know which guns are better than which at what range? We're going to be aiming at the chest since in practice hitting the head isn't that easy. Maybe we could do like a standing test and a test where the target moves?? Lemme know your thoughts on this.