We really appreciate your enthusiasm when it comes to writing up summaries for the castaways and episode pages. Those are very important parts of this Wiki, as they are the meat of their respective pages. However, aspects of your writing go against our Manual of Style, and so we have to keep reverting your edits. In the end, your work ends up being wasted, and we have to keep rolling back the same pages over and over again.
I can see from your edits that you mean well and are dedicated to making this Wiki a better place, so please, let us help you out! As other admins have said, we are always more than willing to help you out with any questions you have regarding our Manual of Style, and we could even look over drafts of your summaries and suggest improvements to make them up to par with the standards of our other pages! If you believe that an edit of yours gets unfairly reverted by another admin, please ask us why it was rolled back and what could be done to improve it, instead of simply putting it back to what you had it as before, as that would just incite an edit war where nobody wins.
Please just remember that we are always here to help you make the Wiki the best it can be! Have a good day, and happy editing!
I'll try to be as nice as possible, but to explain your query about your recent edit being deleted, it's because your writing style isn't up to the standard we have for this wiki. This is not the first time that your edits have been reverted as a quick look at your edit history will show that other admins have also found your writing to be lacking. I should also note that you've been blocked twice now for edit wars, so please keep in mind that if an admin reverts an edit, then there's probably a reason for it.
We appreciate the enthusiasm, but please do take note of our Manual of Style when making edits. You can also look at other pages on the wiki to see what you can try to emulate and how you can improve. For example, you can check how the game summary on the Tommy Sheehan page is written to get an idea of what we're looking for. Don't hesitate to ask any of us admins for advice. We hope you can improve on your writing style and be an even better contributor to the wiki.
I’m going to add on to this and say: Please use the Source Editor when writing these summaries. Every time you edit you leave behind not only numerous grammatical errors but coding errors that can only be fixed in the Source Editor.
Regarding the grammatical errors, I’d recommend you get Grammarly.