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In regards to the lively discussion we had on IRC, I figured out a way that I would be receptive towards you making the territory. As EDFan told you on IRC, there would be no more retcons of territories you either don't wish to work on or as a way to make room for another, and if you tried to, the answer would be no. This is not a new trend, as there have been other territories retconned, such as Myr, Tyrosh, and Acadian Alinor. As I have also said, I am distrusting of your capability to stick to an article for a period of time, given the contributions history I see. I know you say you are dedicated to this idea, and I don't doubt that. I also heard that for other territories, as well. As a compromise, I would like to propose that as a way for you to get my trust back, you can prove to me your capabilities to stick to an article and improve it.
To start, New Syrmia looks promising and, if given enough attention, could turn into something very unique. My proposal is for you to work on New Syrmia (an article you haven't touched in a week and seem eager to move on from) and improve it to an HQA. From there, I want you to revisit a few of your older articles that are LQA. These can be cities, other territories, you name it. What you do with them in trying to improve them is up to you, but I want you to dedicate yourself to improving them from LQA to AQA or above. Alternatively, you can improve Dragonstone to an HQA in preparation for your new article, which I assume would heavily tie into the country. This is not in the policy, but ultimately not improving your pre-existing articles only means that they'll end up potential candidates for deletion or adoption, and I cannot in good faith allow that to happen. It's a win-win: you get to make this, and your other articles get improved and subsequently saved. This can even enable you to further tie them into your "parent" articles. This is just my (and potentially other admins') way of showing us that the days of just leaving articles out to dry is behind you, and ultimately showing us you really are dedicated to this.
I believe that this is a relatively easy task, and one that can benefit both your articles and your reputation. My issue is not with you creating it, but in you keeping your promise to raise the quality. I've seen work produced through your dedication. Prove me wrong, and I would be more than happy to see this on the wiki. If the other admins have a better idea, they can add them below. I'm not trying to be an enemy here, but I am trying to push you towards focusing on quality of your current articles so that they aren't jeopardized. -Wonderweez (Talk · Contribs) 21:51, 19 May 2019 (UTC)