Consensus: Not passed. 2 supports, 2 opposes, 1 neutral. I know rollback is a very simple right, but I feel as it should be granted to users who want to help out. Not only are you 100 edits short, but you hardly edit articles anymore. Try re-applying when you start helping out again... GodzillaFan1 (Talk) (Contributes) 02:59, May 3, 2015 (UTC)
I finally decided to apply for rollback rights because it would make it much easier for me to help improve the main site and knowing that I've done only made good edits since joining, I think I would be perfect for the right and hopefully you think so too.
Must have been active for 2 months - I was active almost everyday since joining in early 2014.
Must have 200 article edits - I have over 300.
There you go.
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Those aren't "good" edits. In fact, those are extremely mediocre edits (for the most part). The only good edits you have were from January and February. I know rollback is a very simple right, but I think it should be granted to users who want to help out. Plus you don't even HAVE 200 article edits. You only have 103. lol. Also, quality > quantity. GodzillaFan1 (Talk) (Contributes) 06:04, April 25, 2015 (UTC)SUPPORT -I can only support this because I feel that if you get the quality of your edits up, you will become a great user, and really help this wiki. -- 23:28, May 2, 2015 (UTC) NEUTRAL - I'm not sure about this, you suit more to a chat moderator rather than a Rollback. You're hardly on the Edits, too. But you seem to undo shit sometimes, so idk. -Skepolo