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Final Score: 32 Don't be afraid to branch out and create your own content even if you had originally planned it as a pure translation. Some jokes that work in Dutch might not work so well in English so you need to write for the audience who will be reading it. With some more jokes and a bit of formatting it should turn out into quite a good article. Also remember to try and create a few links to it on Romanian related pages such as the Romanian template and the Romania article itself. If there is any thing about this review you want to discuss please feel free to contact me on my talk page.
Reviewer: Sequence 03:57, January 19, 2010 (UTC)
  • Symbol for vote.svg Make additional sections:
    • Symbol for vote.svg Ministry of Public Transport
    • Symbol for vote.svg Strikes after Nosferatu Carriage Thingy
    • Symbol for vote.svg Mocking the name of Transsylvania
    • Symbol for vote.svg Vampires in modern Romanian Society
    • Symbol for vote.svg Wattman
  • Symbol for vote.svg Add note referring to tranlsation
  • Work in progress Get someone to do a spelling/grammar/prose check
  • Symbol for vote.svg Belarest?
  • Symbol for vote.svg Move pictures

Being the creator of the Dutch version, I can confirm that "Belarest" is derived from the first name of the most famous Dracula-actor in movie history, Bela Lugosi. The Wattman pic comes from a Flemish comic strip, more precisely from an episode that appeared when the Batman TV-serial aired in Flanders. Outside Flanders, this comic is hardly known. Icons-flag-vl.png Icons-flag-jf.png Lambic HarkHark! 00:05, February 10, 2010 (UTC)
Well, since the map has now been added, I think no further explanation regarding the name is necessary; any reader will at least understand what Belarest is. Thanks anyway, Lambic. By the way, is this Lugosi in any way related to Bartók? ;) | Write on! Lars - Nederland en Vlaanderen - De Staten-Generaal | 08:50, February 10, 2010 (UTC)

Second review[edit]

Is here. Also, half a {{BeenProofread}} template. Because I got halfway through. Ish. *shifty eyes* User:Lyrithya/sig/6 -- 20100915 - 05:25 (UTC)