Pureblood vampires can also heal the sickness of a human being by letting them drink a certain amount of their blood. It also gives that person incredible strength. However after doing so, they will become subject to the pureblood's control and must continue to drink blood if they want to stay alive.
I'm sorry if I used "correctly" wrong but I considered it as such because that link is a redirect to the actual article page. I never link to redirects. I assumed that would be OK here or is that not the case?
That's for Wikipedia. I'm sure we wouldn't also use their three edit revert ban rule either. And the Wikipedia article says to avoid it to save time but taking the time to revert that edit doesn't seem as time efficient either.
Hey Sage, thanks for contributing and for being open to discussion.
Whether or not a link is a redirect is not something I feel strongly one way or the other about. Some wikis have specific policies on whether or not to use them, but for me, it isn't worth changing either way. I personally wouldn't want to see a dedicated editor make a series of edits just to change links for this purpose, because I check out edits and get notifications on pages I follow.
Glad to have you getting involved, and let me know if you have any other questions or concerns!
Thanks for responding, KylaraE. :)
I can understand not wanting to see a ton of notifications for something so small. I won't do it again.
I do have one question, can you replace the "talk pages" with "article comments?" I simply find it easier to use. It's OK if you don't want to do that, just something I was wondering about.