Hi, welcome to BTW and thanks for registering. The CargoMech article you created is a great start, but it needs some referencing. In order for material to be on BTW, it must have citations so that other editors can verify the information. An un-sourced article may be deleted if no editors can add citations. You may be interested in Help:CreateIndMechArticle, which provides the framework to build an article on an IndustrialMech around. Welcome aboard and happy editing! --Scaletail 18:00, 23 June 2012 (PDT)
I wanted to alert you that I removed text you have added to Algedi deleted the entire Azami article. I thank you for adding to BTW, and an article on the Azami is definitely needed, however you must add text you have written. In other words, you cannot use the words written by somebody else verbatim, including the text written in official BattleTech books. This is a violation of the BattleTechWiki copyright policy and is, in fact, a violation of copyright law. Allowing the plagiarized text to remain on this website could expose its owner to legal action, something nobody here wants to see.
I'm sorry to have to do this but I hope you understand why I have taken such extreme action so quickly. I encourage you to write an article on the Azami, but in your own words. If you have any questions, you may ask them here or on my talk page. --Scaletail 17:07, 16 July 2012 (PDT)
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