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Final warning

Alright Horton, I just renamed all the articles in your TL to conform with the naming conventions. This is the last time I am going to do this for you. Create an article not in conformance with the naming conventions and I will block you from editing. If you accidently do such a thing you can rename an article by clicking on the Move button on the top of the page. Mitro 19:21, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

You have been blocked for 24 hours. I warned you that I would not tolerate anymore articles from you that violated the naming conventions. Mitro 14:18, November 2, 2010 (UTC)

Naming conventions...again

I don't know why you continue to test my patience Horton. As you might have guessed I am leaving you another message on your talk page because you have once again created an article that has violated the naming conventions. You have one hour to fix the title of the North American Presidents article, or you will be blocked from editing for three days.

If you do not know how to rename an article, click on the drop down menu on the "Edit" button and click "Move." Mitro 19:36, November 9, 2010 (UTC)

Well it turns out you already created an article with the exact name that did not violate the naming conventions: North American Presidents (1756 World). I am going to delete North American Presidents, and I suggest you edit North American Presidents (1756 World). Mitro 19:50, November 9, 2010 (UTC)
Horton, I just had to rename another article you created. Please make sure before creating an article that you have the name of the timeline in parantheses. I have noticed that on many of your articles you do not properly link the pages, which might be the problem.
For example, instead of creating a link to Person A by just using the brackets, you should instead write the link as Person A (1756 World). I realize that does not look good but you can hid the title by writing it as so: [[Person A (1756 World)|Person A]]. Thus it will look like this: Person A.
Also you can create a link template for your timeline. Just create a Template page, I suggest Template:1756. On that page add this code: [[{{{1}}} (1756 World)|{{{1}}}]]
Once the template is created you can create links by writing {{1756|Person A}}. That should take you to Person A (1756 World). If you have any questions, just ask me. Mitro 22:30, November 10, 2010 (UTC)
Horton, I had to rename another article for you again. This is getting silly. The naming conventions are not hard to understand. You have made plenty of articles in compliance with the conventions, so please try to be more careful or I will have to block you again. Mitro 22:52, November 16, 2010 (UTC)

Please do and also send food, weapons, etc in order for us to hold out. BlackSkyEmpire 01:13, May 15, 2011 (UTC)BlackSkyEmpire

Hola primo! Veo que has estado poniendote en problemas aqui. Cuando puedas abra tu fb, si quiero saber sobre la mudanza. Granero 01:35, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

Hola. No me di cuenta que estabas aqui tambien. Detectivekenny (Info; Talk) 06:24, July 9, 2011 (UTC)

Ese fue mi primo. El es Guatemalteco (pero yo no). HORTON11 14:14, July 9, 2011 (UTC)

332 B.C.

Hi, Horton. I'm about to make a purge of all map games that meet the guidelines for deletion (haven't advanced beyond 10 turns, haven't been edited in more than a week). Your game, 332 B.C., is one of these. I've got a list at Talk:Map_Games#Defunct_Games. If you want to save any of your games for any reason (try to revive it, or just save it as an archive), just take it off the list; I'll delete what's left after a few days. Benkarnell 19:47, February 4, 2012 (UTC)

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