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===Talk page etiquette===
 
===Talk page etiquette===
 
* Please do not edit another user's discussion—even if it's full of spelling errors.
 
* Please do not edit another user's discussion—even if it's full of spelling errors.
* Removing comments is also prohibited, unless it is spam, content that would be better suited to the Bulbagarden forums, or a reply to an old comment.
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* Removing comments is also prohibited, unless it is spam, content that would be better suited to the Bulbagarden forums, or a reply to a finished conversation older than six months.
* Please check the dates of a discussion before you reply to it. Unless there is good reason for revitalizing an old conversation, comments on sections older than six months old will be removed. This is because by this point the problems cited will have been cleared up.
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* Please check the dates of a discussion before you reply to it. Unless an old conversation is still relevant and there is a good reason to revitalize discussion, comments on sections older than six months old should not be made. If the problems cited in the previous comments have already been cleared up, any new comments may be removed.
 
* Don't leave overly long and confusing messages. No one likes to read stuff like that. Write concisely to make sure your points can be understood.
 
* Don't leave overly long and confusing messages. No one likes to read stuff like that. Write concisely to make sure your points can be understood.
 
* Keep the conversation in one place. It's difficult to read a conversation when every other comment is on a different page and it means the page history can be used to check the history of the discussion. This also allows third (or fourth) parties to join in if relevant.
 
* Keep the conversation in one place. It's difficult to read a conversation when every other comment is on a different page and it means the page history can be used to check the history of the discussion. This also allows third (or fourth) parties to join in if relevant.