Articles on Kongregate Wiki contain both facts and opinions. This is a good thing, as our goal is to be a guide for the game and often both kinds of information are useful to the reader. We encourage editors to be bold in editing pages, but not all edits are of equal value. An edit may introduce erroneous data, or give poor advice, and these should be removed. We highly value the quality of information in articles, so, by tradition, editors are allowed the freedom to revert a good faith edit of another editor if they believe that edit to be incorrect.
However, such reversions may be used at most once.
If you find your edit was reverted, take your case to the article's talk page. Explain why you believe your edit was good and belongs in the article. Complete agreement is not necessary: as long as there is a general consensus in favor of your edits, they will eventually be returned to the page. Note that they may not return in precisely the manner you desire, nor will your contributions be immune from being edited mercilessly by others. Strategy and opinions change over time, and new contributors to the Kongregate Wiki bring with them new perspectives.
This policy does not apply to the reverting of vandalism. If a page (or pages) has been clearly vandalized you can revert as many times as you need to restore the page to it's state before the vandalism. As long as no one could argue that you were reverting vandalism these kinds of edits will never count towards your revert count.
No revert wars
When you see somebody breaking this policy (ie, an article getting reverted twice), do not revert it back to the only-reverted-once state. Just leave it alone and note the occurrence in the talk page.
Corollary: Do not re-revert, do not re-re-revert, do not re-re-re-revert.
Exception: A first revert without any explanation is not protected by this policy, and may be fair game for re-reversion. However, remember to assume good faith and do not simply re-revert any unexplained edit without reviewing both versions of the article.
Breaking this rule
Breaking the "only revert once" rule can subject the user to banning. This is not an automatic ban: an administrator will examine the user's actions and justification.