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Once again, welcome to the Dota 2 Wiki!
-- Seven Five Seven 03:50, 16 May 2013 (UTC)
Adding a line to the hero introduction section has been a topic that's been already discussed, with the outcome being to not add them due to the subjectiveness of skill level. In the future, if you wish to do mass changes to multiple pages on the wiki, please discuss it either on the relevant talk page, or in Dota 2 Wiki:Discussion if it's a more general topic, rather than automatically assuming that you're in the right. Doing this can be highly disruptive to the wiki, as it was in this case. -- Seven Five Seven 03:50, 16 May 2013 (UTC)