I read over this page and I'm wondering if it would make a lot more sense to edit the page as a whole.
For an example, under the Background section, it could mention that her debut is in City Folk; how it's worded right now gives the impression that in every game she's part of, she's working under Gracie. Also it could be edited to depend less on commas and other (small) grammar issues.
- Another example is we could re-structure the sentence: "She is in charge of GracieGrace, as Gracie herself appears uninterested in maintaining her own store, due to her celebrity status." something to the effect of "In City Folk, Labelle is an employee at GracieGrace. It's implied that Gracie is uninterested in running the store because of her celebrity status."
Let me know if it's a good idea. I have no issue doing those types of edits, I just wanted to run it by someone else before doing major edits like that. ☆ MAYOR USCHI ☆ (talk) 21:16, May 11, 2020 (EDT)
- We would really appreciate if you looked over the whole page and made the wording clearer or more consistent. Given that most edits are small and additive, it would make sense that an article might need to be revised from a more holistic perspective. If you'd like to make some major changes, I would encourage you to do so, or if the edits are expected to take a while, you can mock-up the page in a personal sandbox page (e.g. User:Uschi/Sandbox) until it's ready for primetime. (talk) 22:46, May 18, 2020 (EDT)