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LisaGarland

aka Bloom

Bureaucrat Admin
  • I live in United States
  • I was born on May 5
  • My occupation is Professional dumbass
  • I am Lesbian
AristocratAdmin This user is an aristocrat on the Rule of Rose Wiki.
Jennifer1

Me as Jennifer (give me some credit!)

Jennifer3

Red eye makes it creepier.

http://youtube.com/user/rosebuddi

(I live there)

My favorite pages

I really don't know why, but I absolutely love Olivia! I have practically written her entire page, and have poured by heart and soul into doing so. Olivia is a minor character, so I have to write every little thing I know about her.

The Red Crayon is a very symbolic element of Rule of Rose. The page only had one sentance when I first came across it, so I decided to write the rest.

Editing no-no's

The following is basically stuff you shouldn't do.

1. Punctuation almost always goes before quotes. This is a common mistake.

DO: Olivia said "You deserve to be gobbled up."

DON'T: Olivia said "You deserve to be gobbled up".

DO: I think it's really funny that Olivia said "You deserve to be gobbled up"!

DON'T: I think it's really funny that Olivia said "You deserve to be gobbled up!"

2. NO UNDERLINING (most of the time) OR STRIKE THROUGH (all the time!) ON NON-COMMUNITY PAGES D:

DO: Rule of Rose shares many similarities with Lord of the Flies.

DON'T: UNDERLINE OF STRIKE THROUGH ON NON-COMMUNITY PAGES D:

3. Use speculation only when it is widely believed to be true. Don't say "Mr. Hoffman gave Clara an abortion" because this is only a theory based on minescule hints. Unless it is extremely widely believed, make sure to make it clear that it is speculation. For example: "Many fans believe that Jennifer was a child during the entire events of the game and only appeared to be a young woman because of her belief that she was more mature than the rest of the orphans. However, this is improvable."

4. Please don't use brackets { in place of parentheses, as it messes up formatting.

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