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  • Hey BobaFett3655, I just wanted to drop by and say thanks for your recent edits, specifically regarding the Star Cards and how you've been updating their stats to reflect their new values after some of the recent updates.

    In that vein, I've noticed that when you add a new entry to the "Updates" section of articles, that you seem to take the URL of an update page (e.g. October 2019 Patch) and paste it in as if it was an outside link (e.g. [https://battlefront.fandom.com/wiki/October_2019_Patch October 2019 Patch]). There is an easier way to link to wiki pages; all you have to do in the source editor is to use double square brackets, like so: [[October 2019 Patch]]. Doing so will still link to the page, but with far less typing involved.

    I'd also suggest that you use Template:Update when adding a new entry to the "Updates" section of articles. Using the template automatically formats everything for you, so it makes it much easier to list any changes in an update.

    That's it from me; if you have any questions you can contact me on my Message Wall or just reply to this message. Thanks again for contributing to the wiki, and keep up the good work!

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