I assigned a new editor some time ago and there was some sort of page thingy that said what needed to be edited but now I can't find it. Is it still there or is there some sort of different way to determine what needs editing.
There's absolutely nothing on Google about "Runty Laddie," but the ghost camel appears on other websites (the page here is in fact copy pasted from another site) and the quagga is included in George Eberhart's Mysterious Creatures.
Due to your fantastic edits and contributions I give you admin rights. I have eight strict rules that you must follow, Cryptid Wiki's version of Bushido. The following are based on the eight virtues of Bushido applied to Cryptid Wiki.
Rectitude - Act in cryptid wiki's best interest. This includes blocking vandals, correcting gramar and improving article quality. However, this is cryptid wiki, and you are not permitted a alter an article in any way that undermines the credibility of cryptids. Cryptids here have a real until proven false policy, so treat a cryptid as if it is real until it has been proven false. You can use speculative science to state, "Well, if this is real, then this science would explain its possible existence..."
Courage - Stand up the wiki and cryptozoology regardless of what others might think. Regard the possibility of what might be instead of doubting what is not (specualtive science).
Honor - Every action you take when attacking reflects your honor one way or another. The honor does not necessary show the strongest or even the smartest user. It simply shows how you fight your conflicts.
Self-Control - Remember to not delete any pages or make any major edits without asking me first. Have restraint and do not delete any pages without asking others.