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Could somebody please intervene to stop JangFett deleting new articles within seconds of their creation, and then citing a lack of content as the reason?

In particular i'm attempting to create an article for Star Wars MUSH, a Star Wars theme'd roleplaying game which

  • Was the first of its kind
  • Has been in continuous operation for 23 years
  • Has been featured in published work examining the Star Wars fandom (The Incredible Internet Guide to Star Wars, Paul J. Webber, 1999)
  • First conceived of and defined systems which would be adopted by future RPG's and across the MUSH medium as a whole.

Its probably not the most important article on the encyclopedia, but it is significant and i'm not asking anyone else to spend their time writing it.

I cannot fathom why he keeps doing this, the subject clearly meets the criteria for noteworthiness and relevance given its lengthy history and groundbreaking status.Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • As you have been told on your talk page, "Wookieepedia does not cover fan-created games or storylines". Supreme Emperor (talk) 20:07, August 6, 2014 (UTC)
    • By and large, we don't cover fan topics; despite your protests, this doesn't seem very notable or relevant to an encyclopedia that covers the Star Wars universe—it'd be much better suited for the SW Fan wiki. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit Calrayn 20:09, August 6, 2014 (UTC)

A previous version of the article existed from April 13 2005 until April 16 2012 when it was tagged with {{Notability}}. No one was able to prove that it met the required criteria and it was deleted on April 25 2012. It will not be restored nor will I remove the protection preventing it from being recreated unless legitimate proof is provided that WP:NFP has been satisfied. -- Darth Culator (Talk) 20:39, August 6, 2014 (UTC)