About me: I spend a lot of time on SmashWiki; I pretty much always have an Explorer tab open on "Recent changes", refreshing it every few minutes; I've not been editing for very long but I've reverted a lot of vandalism in that time; I've made a lot of (hopefully good and useful) changes.
About vandalism and me: I revert vandalism by undoing edits and placing "Please, don't do that" at the end of the edit summary, which takes more time than Rollbacking. I think being given the Rollback privilege would help me to further improve SmashWiki.
If my edit count is still far too low (which it probably is), tell me and I'll withdraw the request. PenguinofDeath 16:49, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
Comment Edit count shouldn't really factor into your RfR. All edit count really means is that you have a certain amount of edits. Y462 (T • C • E ) 18:14, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
- Support After posting my comment, I took a look at your contributions and noticed that a good amount were reverts. Y462 (T • C • E ) 18:18, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
- Support, user knows what he is doing, reverts vandalism and is active, and those are really the only qualifications for rollback imo. --Shadowcrest 18:55, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
- Support. Although PoD hasn't been here very long, he seems plenty intelligent/competent. Furthermore, he's plenty active and, unlike most of the users that request rollback, his modus operandi seems to legitimately include reverting vandalism. – Defiant Elements +talk 19:18, 1 June 2009 (UTC)
- Thank you Y462, Shadowcrest, Miles, and L33tSilvie for your votes of support. @ Y462: sorry about that, I should've been more precise.