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Hello, Welcome-unconstructive, and welcome to the Minecraft Wiki! Although we are always happy to have users who contribute constructively to the wiki, I noticed that one of the edits that you made did not appear to be constructive. Please consider thoroughly reading the rules of this wiki, as well as the style guide, so that you can familiarize yourself with what edits are constructive to the wiki and which ones are not.

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This template can be used to welcome users who have maked unconstructive edits (like vandalism). For warning vandals who have already been welcomed, please use the templates {{User warning1}} (first warning for vandalism), {{User warning2}} (second warning), {{User warning3}} (third warning) and {{User warning4}} (last warning for vandalism).

Remember to substitute this template by using the code {{SUBST:Welcome-unconstructive}}.

[view | edit | history | purge]The above documentation is transcluded from Template:Welcome-unconstructive/doc.