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-- Seth Cooper (Talk) 02:28, 1 October 2012

Rename Bartemius Crouch Sr.

Curious why you removed the Rename suggestion on this? There is still a conversation going on about this as Sr. is an American convention and the wiki uses British English, hence Snr - I'll give this a little while but will most likely undo this unless you have a good reason not to. Cheers --Ironyak1 (talk) 22:47, June 7, 2016 (UTC)

Recent article

I am a little concerned about your recent article creation, as I believe it fails to meet our notability guidelines. The murder of Barty Crouch Snr by his son is discussed in detail in other articles, so I personally don't think we need an article specifically about it. It perhaps would be a good idea to discuss this topic though, kind regards --RedWizard98 (talk) 04:03, June 1, 2020 (UTC)

Your new article is lacking in many areas. It lacks any references, images, infobox, categories, and the spelling and grammar is very flawed overall. You should probably read these policies in full (, as not creating articles to a high standard can result in them being deleted. We also only use British English in articles, so using American English in articles is not allowed, so we use spellings such as "apologise" (UK spelling) instead of "apologize" (US spelling). --RedWizard98 (talk) 12:49, June 1, 2020 (UTC)

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