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Regarding your edit, I'm not sure what you mean. Are you saying there are more Goombas in NSMB's world 1 than any other Mario game? Or that Goombas are the more plentiful enemies in that particular world 1? If it's the later, it's not really noteworthy. If it's the former, than it might be better off in the trivia section. 20:16, 20 September 2016 (EDT)
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It's great that you're trying to help, but all you're doing is adding info that is 1) already in the article and mentioned beforehand, 2) acting like it's the first time in the series that it happened, and 3) generally unneeded. Not to mention poor grammar as well. Please review your welcome template above for any help you may need. 21:08, 20 September 2016 (EDT)
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The article you created was poorly structured. When starting a new article, you must follow the guidelines outlined in the Manual of Style. I also noticed you tried to add an infobox; if you'd like to know how to create one, click here, or you can copy/paste the infobox code from another enemy article and change the appropriate attributes (name etc.). If you need any help on editing in general, I strongly advise you read the Help links provided to you in the Welcome notice above, and also don't hesitate to ask. Thanks. Mario JC 10:45, 26 September 2016 (EDT)