It seems in your edits you have been editing a particular type of article until you reach the desired amount of badge points, then you move onto another type of article. This is subtle, but apparent if you know what you're looking for. Your badge points to edit rate is higher than anyone else on this Wiki.
You have been warned for similar things, so this is your last warning. I understand you may want to edit a specific type of article, and that's fine, but it's very clear you're badge farming. Try editing all types of articles, all the time, by hitting that "random page" button up the top, next to the "Wiki activity" button. As I said, it is fine for you to edit a particular type of article associated badges, but jumping from badge to badge is obvious and clearly badge farming.
Well, if it is unintentional, no harm, no foul. It's okay to edit a certain type of page. Nothing says you can't. If this was intentional, we'd have worries, but Steve is a good guy, and so I'm not concerned at all.
Steve, when you edit a page, can you please edit it once and add multiple pieces of information instead of editing it 8 times and adding one eighth of the information each time? On most of your edits you're only adding small amounts (for instance, one letter, or a word) instead of an edit. This is very apparent on the Sheldon J. Plankton page. On this page you would be adding one " at a time, instead of two "s in the one edit. Because you edit like this it is actually against the rules as it counts as edit milking (editing for the sake of getting more edits) and badge farming (editing for badges). You need to stop.
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