Wiki Representatives are part-time staff members assigned to specific wikis. They are here to support your wiki's community and help it grow and thrive, as well as serving as a liaison with a direct line of contact to full-time Fandom staff.
Each team of Wiki Representatives is managed by a Wiki Team Lead, a full-time Fandom staff member.
Zoe joined Fandom in 2019, leaving game publishing and media relations after four years. Zoe currently works within the community team, helping editors and wiki communities thrive. When she is not clocked in, you can find her roller skating by the beach, listening to kawaii metal!
Karolina's favourites are Makoto Shinkai and Studio Trigger anime. Proficient in wikitext, CSS, wiki-building, templates, backgrounds, icons and managing communities, professional social media specialist. Never tired with questions, either advanced or newbie ones. Feel free to leave a message on my wall if you need any help.
Ty has been a fan of anime ever since they were little, watching shows such as Dragonball, Gundam and Pokemon on Toonami many years ago. Since then, they've been trying (and failing!) at keeping up with all of the new shows that come out each season.
If you want help on your anime wiki or to discuss why my waifu is better than yours, feel free to message me :)
Hi, I’m Ursuul. I specialize in CSS, having themed Wikis & built Main Pages during my time administrating in Fandom, & as a former Vanguard I’ve become proficient in portability best practices & a widearray of templating, particularly PIs. I’m also a fair hand at graphic design, especially for wordmarks, & I’m happy to apply all of this to provide the best service I can to the Wikis I look after.
The first anime I ever watched was Re:Zero, & my favorite anime is KonoSuba.
Carrol has been a Fandom staff member since 2019 and is currently the Gaming wiki team Lead, managing the joint team of former Gamepedia and Fandom Wiki Managers, now Wiki Reps. She's likely best known for her raging addiction to Geralt of Rivia.
MannedTooth was born with a SNES controller in his hands. He first started editing on Bulbapedia then moved to Zelda Wiki when he received a bundle of guidebooks as a present from his girlfriend. He has joined its staff and has been editing over there since. One thing led to another and he was recruited as part of the Wiki Managers of Gamepedia in late 2018, effectively managing dozens of different wikis.
Mr Pie 5 was just fixing a few things on the ARK: Survival Evolved Wiki back in 2015 and somehow ended up here. He is an expert in using AbuseFilter and is the leader of GRASP, helping them out when he's not managing his own wikis. He loves video games and is working on creating one of his own.
I go by Kurt!I help out with researching and providing content for others to edit and add onto with their own knowledge.I'm a huge figurine and manga collector. I enjoy making my own cosplays and attending conventions. I also write from time to time. I've been an avid fan of Attack on Titan since 2013, it was the catalyst of my downfall to anime. Besides Attack on Titan, I obsess over My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer, One Punch Man and a lot more. I'm always excited to meet new people with similar interests, as well!Feel free to message me on any platform that I'm available on. I'm most active on Twitter, Instagram, and Discord. All my handles have "Oishii" in it.
River is the esports wiki manager on Gamepedia, with a primary focus on Leaguepedia. She's been a League of Legends esports fan since 2011 and editing wikis since 2014. She enjoys talking about structured data organizational paradigms in MediaWiki, why SublimeText is awesome, and cats. If you don't understand her chat abbreviations, just ask.
Despite his username, SlyCooperFan1 started editing on Fandom in 2010 on the Ace Combat wiki, where he has been an admin since 2013. Sly has also been a member of Community Council since 2016. Sly is a massive fan of gaming, particularly on PlayStation, and is looking forward to helping out wherever he can on Fandom's gaming wikis!
Suraf, also known as Crimroxs, started out as a Wowpedian since 2012 and has been a wiki manager for Gamepedia since late 2018. Particularly a fan of real-time strategy games such as Command & Conquer and Warcraft III.
Tagaziel made his first wiki edit in 2006 and was hooked ever since. What started as a hobby focusing on the Fallout Wiki blossomed into something far bigger, especially since he joined Curse's Gamepedia team all the way back in 2014, specializing in describing things with far too many words in too much detail. If you want him to talk your ear off, ask about lore (or its real world equivalent, history).
Mandy joined Fandom in 2015 and has been hooked ever since. She started out as an admin on several wikis before making the jump to Wiki Manager and now Community Manager. She has a major addiction to TV, horror movies, and tattoos, and when not on Fandom, you can probably find her geeking out at horror conventions or at a coffee shop making fan art.
Kylara has been editing wikis, both on and off Wikia/Fandom, since 2009. She landed on Death Note Wiki in 2013 where she got deeply involved and learned a lot. She edits wherever her interests take her, later getting more involved in movies/TV wikis, becoming an admin of Terminator Wiki, and joining the Wiki Managers team in 2019. She'll always be a little sad that her first Memory Alpha page is assigned to an IP address.
Lostris began her editing career in 2011 on the Avatar Wiki, where she became content obsessive and can still always be found. A member of the now-defunct Wikia Stars since 2013, she joined the Community Council in August 2013, the VSTF in November 2014 and became a Movies/TV Wiki Manager in March 2020. And then they say TV isn't good for you. Labeling animated series as her guilty please, she openly declares her love for animated Disney movies though admits to loving pretty much everything that has a good plot, good acting, and preferably a ton of amazing one-liners.
Chris has been on Fandom since 2011 and became an admin on Encyclopedia SpongeBobia in 2012. Since then, he has become a bureaucrat on ESB, joined the Community Council and helped out on Community Central as a Chat Moderator. He loves SpongeBob and Star Wars and his favourite sport is snooker!
Antonio R. (Antonio R. Castro) started editing wikis in Wikipedia and then started working on the Spanish Grand Theft Encyclopedia as bureaucrat. He had already been working for Fandom for 3 years as a Spanish community helper and then he became a Fandom contractor in 2011. He loves wikis about video games and entertainment, and he's passionately in love with managing communities - including wiki-dramas!
Atvelonis started contributing to Wikia on The Elder Scrolls Wiki in mid-2014 and fell in love with it instantly. He became a bureaucrat not long after, and joined the Community Council in early 2016. In his copious free time, Atvelonis enjoys hiking, dancing, literature, art, and video games.
Bluerock has been an avid video game player since getting ahold of his cousin's second-hand NES, and is a longtime contributor (later admin) to the Metal Gear Wiki, beginning in 2010. He also occasionally contributes to wikis such as Wookiepedia and the Marvel Database, and may be seen editing numerous others in his role as a Wiki Manager, helping out however he can!
MarkusRost started editing the German Minecraft Wiki in 2014, eventually becoming an admin in 2017. Since then he became a member of GRASP and created a Discord bot to easily link wiki pages. He has been a wiki manager for Gamepedia since 2019 and manages about 200 wikis, including the Minecraft Wiki on Gamepedia.
Pcj has been around Wikia/Fandom since 2004, primarily as admin on WoWWiki, until 2010 when, in response to the new Oasis design, led a fork away from Wikia to what is now Wowpedia. He has been a wiki manager, now wiki representative, for Gamepedia since 2017, and oversees over 300 wikis personally.
Sitb has been a Wikia / Fandom editor since 2006, a member of Fandom's Community Council since 2017, and a wiki manager/representative since 2019. Originally a contributor and admin for WoWWiki, he's branched out to other wikis dedicated to his gaming interests (like Minecraft and Overwatch). Having spent much time customizing wiki features using the theme-designer, CSS, JS, and serving communities in administrator roles, he is happy to offer support or advice to any who ask. When not editing wikis, he enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, swimming and camping, or is lost (often literally) within a video game.
Julia has been active on Wikia and Fandom since 2012, making her first mark on the Disney Wiki as a novice editor before eventually climbing the ranks to admin and bureaucrat. She was a member of the defunct Wikia Stars program. In 2016, she became a member of the Community Council, and in 2019, a Wiki Manager for Fandom. She is an artist when it comes to designing, especially through CSS, and has a strong passion for cartoons and gothic art.
Lucas started editing wikis upon discovering the Grand Theft Encyclopedia in 2007 and passed through multiple communities since then. He adores catching up on way too many television shows and writing fiction.
Marcus joined Fandom in 2013, when it was still branded as Wikia. He first edited on the Arrowverse Wiki in May 2013 and became an admin in 2014. He was a member of the defunct Wikia Stars program and currently is also a member of the Community Council. He also founded Preacher Wiki and was an admin of Gotham Wiki during its first season. Living in Vancouver, you'll probably just hear him talk about all the great hikes BC has to offer.
Corey began editing on Fandom in 2009. He mainly contributed as an anonymous user for the first several years before finally creating an account. In the past he's served as a Community Central administrator and was a Wikia Star until the program's deprecation in September 2016. In his spare time he works on book wikis, with occasional edits spanning a variety verticals.
Outside of Fandom, Corey enjoys creating MediaWiki extensions and playing around with Semantic MediaWiki.