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Good evening, ABW (or whatever time period you read this). I just wanted to let you know about a little issue I've noticed, mostly around toons episodes.
Narration; statements like, "Chuck came from the sky!". Angry Birds Toons (but not solely) has no speaking characters so the viewer can interpret what's going on with their own opinion. When writing a summary, don't turn it into a story! Just stick to something simple, (as an example used from Hide and Seek, the Toons episode), like "when the Blues stared up, they realized Chuck was coming from the sky, appearing as if he was hiding on the moon".
Exclamation Points; like, Red got struck by lightning! Usually, when you see this all that is nessecary is to get rid of the exclamation point and put whatever is nessecary, like, Red got struck by lightning., or even Red got struck by lightning and then a comma, to continue the sentence. The reason why exclamation points are not allowed are because like narration, summaries cannot be stories.
Captions; toons episodes have a variety of photographs. Unfortunately, some users mistakenly put some captions below the pictures. If it's a picture of Bomb Exploding, you can put, "Bomb Exploding". But you can't put something like, "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! BOMBS EXPLODING! RUN!!!!" because first, that's spam, and second, captions should soley describe the picture, not create a story out of one. These are very, very often. Be on the lookout for them, they still exist (Bad Piggies (game) page, hint hint wink wink)
Lastly, caps. CAPS ARE THESE BIG LETTERS. The reason why you can't put these in are just because of spam reasons. Now, if the letters stand for something, like PEMDAS, then that's something diffrent. But words like Hal shouldn't be seen as HAL. Simple, much? Remember to fix it!
Just because you can't include these in the articles doesn't mean you can't include them in blog posts. Let your creativity fly there, where people can share their ideas and opinions! Remember to stick to the rules,
The Boomerang 03:06, November 30, 2014 (UTC)The Boomerang