The first waring is for editing pages that do not belong to you and not having permission to do so. I suggest you read the rules of the wiki and stop editing peoples pages before more action is taken, here are the Rules.
All I am doing is giving a minor notice about the article's length, with all due respect, I don't see any "Work in progress" or "Do not edit" templates on the articles, thank you, have a nice day, goodbye.
Attention All Users: Unauthorised editing/adding to peoples articles without the author's permission can and will result in a possible block of editing for 24 hours. You have been warned. "
Above is one of the guidelines that we have on the wiki. Whilst I understand that the article may be minor, it is in no way shape or form authorised to be edited by others except for MrTeaNCrumpets. Rook was simply giving you a suggestion as to not do it again, so as such, no hostilities are to be shown or presented.
Well, Kenny. You wouldn't like if your article would be edited without authority, as good or bad the edit may be. No offense, but I think it's obvious you do not edit other's work, so a "Do not edit" template, wouldn't be quite necessary.