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I am not harrassing you nor doing something that would require this thread to be deleted, I was just giving you some advice on editing. I apologize if my original post came off too forceful or harsh, but you should take what I said into consideration.
Sorry, that I accidently mistakenly thought that user was the other one (mistakenly thought it was Tzai123) did the vandalising (that I checked a couple of hours ago). I did checked that both of them had the same icon. Sorry, I did realize that was a different user, sorry.
No worries, I'm not angry. You may want to remove that deletion template, however, since they're generally not used on message walls. In the future, if you want to report a user, go to the admin noticeboard and report them there.
King Marth, I have edited your comment to get rid of the speedy deletion category that is automatically added with it. However, I do want to notify you that your reason to have put it up in the first place is not how we do things around here. You have been told this before: do not delete, ask to delete, or otherwise obscure images on your message wall or talk page simple because they are messages asking you not to do something in particular. It is rude and a poor judge of content to mark such a message as harassment and I hope you'll refrain from that in the future.
As for your mistake between the user's identities:it's not because a user has a history of vandalizing some pages that every edit they make is vandalism, so it is still necessary to check every edit with the same unbiased mind as you would do an edit of any other user.
Please don't do this again, ever. The "reason" I closed the forum was because there was a strong majority in favour of keeping the current page name (which you should know unless you didn't actually read the forum thread in its entirety), and it had not been commented on for three days. This is standard practice and undoing an edit that is clearly within those practices is considered rude and disruptive.