You have overused "at this point". Try using some synonyms like "by this time".
Replaced one of them. --Xd 09:38, March 13, 2010 (UTC)
Hey um Xd, are you actually working with Farl to pass these noms? If you aren't, then I would ask that you refrain from addressing all these objections. The occassional one or two is OK if you feel you are able to do it better than the nominator, but at the end of the day, nominators should be fixing a majority of them. Otherwise, they don't learn. SoresuMakashi(Everything I tell you is the truth) 21:55, March 13, 2010 (UTC)
I thought everyone were allowed to fix objections? I've seen some Inqs among others doing it. --Xd 17:16, March 14, 2010 (UTC)
In theory, yes, there is nothing stopping you from addressing another's objections. But normally, people only fix others objections if they can do it better than what the nominator could (for example, they are an expert on the subject, or they own a source the nommer doesn't). By making Farl himself address these objections, he learns from the mistake and (hopefully) won't make the same mistakes in future noms. SoresuMakashi(Everything I tell you is the truth) 22:36, March 14, 2010 (UTC)
Malak worried only about the money Worried sounds a little unprofessional.
Please at least leave a redlink for this starship: "and took him aboard her starship"
A reviewing note, please make sure to capitalize "Battle" in mentions of specifically-named battles, such as the Battle of Endor.
Thanks; I'll do in the future.
Also, I would like to see you begin to pay more attention to your pipelink formatting. Specifically, making sure to capitalize, for example, "[[Pirate|piracy]]," instead of "[[pirate|piracy]]." This is something that is resolved by reviewers in every single one of your nominations, so it's about time you begin handling this yourself.