Hello. I've come to notice that, when you make an edit to an image caption, you often remove the closing bracket at the end of the template, thus disrupting the code and fooling the site into thinking that the image was removed. You then immediately fix the template, tricking the site into thinking you have added another image. I was just wondering: why do you do that? Is it because there is a glitch with the visual editor, or perhaps your computer? If you have actually been doing this intentionally the whole time just so you could get the image badge, be aware that you are badge editing, which would be a violation of our policy.
For future reference I wanted to notify you that a lot of your recent edits, when you added the neutral category to articles where it was not applicable, were reverted. The category is only added when a character is explicitly shown to not align themselves with any one nation, such as the pirate captain, who both worked for and fought against the Fire Nation. If a character's nationality is known and there is no evidence to suggest that they may not be aligned with their country, the neutral category is not added.
I've noticed a couple of times now edits you have been making where the only change is adding an unnecessary extra space on the end of a paragraph. There is no need to do this, and editing in this way could be construed as badge editing.
In the future, please ensure that any edits you make are needed; continuing to edit in the way I have described could lead to a warning, which I would not want to see happen.
You know, instead of making and immediately undoing experimental edits to canon pages just to see how they look, you can copy/paste those pages into the public sandbox and play around with them there :)
I understand this may seem a little confusing, because it can be. :) The article Order of the White Lotus is in reference to the organization itself. The concept/organization, Order of the White Lotus, is not a bender.