Hello, I wanted to report a user called Sonic BFDI. He is responsible for leaving blank pages (that I have now restored back to normal) and uploading images that are less than appropriate to say the least
But the outlines are much smoother, shouldn't it be enough of a reason to replace them? Also the Super Star Ultra artwork of Marx is just the exact same size, just the green hexagon isn't chipped off, and the Magolor artwork is literally the spirit of Ultimate, so it should automatically be better. Also I don't see any differences with the Star Allies artworks, except again for the outlines.
You are unblocked now. Some things I forgot to mention: don't edit any templates; edits to those don't appear in the Recent Wiki Activity, and thus can fly under the radar. Also, take it slow for now. If you make a mistake or cause a problem, better to make it a small one instead of a big one that can result in me reinstating your block. In the theoretical case that you should get blocked again, do not try to circumvent it. Simply wait it out.
Apologies for the late response; I’ve been busy almost all day, and haven’t had the time to get back to you. Anyway; here are some of the changes that you need to abide by if you want to return as a regular editor:
Use your talk page. This and summaries on Recent Wiki Activity serve as the main forms of communication (there’s also a Discord server, but not everyone has that). You can get emails when someone has edited your talk page, but if you don’t, check Recent Wiki Activity or the page itself to determine this otherwise.
Do not upscale an existing image and deem it higher quality because it’s bigger; all that changed was making bigger pixels.
Do not post an image on just about any page it can be put in; this is rather excessive. As an example, the Twitter image for Super Kirby Clash was put on Parallel Nightmare’s page, as well as Super Kirby Clash’s page, because these are the places where the image is most relevant; when you came back, you put the image on various different other pages, such as Beam, Doctor, and the various colored Kirbys. While these aren’t inherently wrong, they are generally unnecessary (unless it means uncommon, usually enemy, characters get in the spotlight).
Unless the need for a page is fairly obvious due to high demand or red links, do not just spontaneously make a page, especially one that lacks information.
Hey, it's me. Listen, I know i've caused A LOT of trouble and mess on the wiki, but I am sorry for what I did and I just wanted to help. I just wish you guys could let me edit normally if I won't do this ever again.
Alright. Just covering my bases and making sure I’m not crazy. Anyway, you were blocked originally because you started making a bunch of stubby articles about the novel characters after I decided to keep and expand upon the Moore article that recently surfaced. We discourage the creation of stubby articles; making a bunch in such a short time made matters worse. Any subsequent blocks you and your other accounts (if I counted correctly, you have over 2 dozen accounts) received were a result of you trying to circumvent your block; considering a block should be an IP block, and you still managed to come back, this became a very serious issue. Anyway, despite all of this, I am willing to allow you back, but things will have to change with how you do things.
Depends. Most, if not all, of your blocks are set to infinite. But I will be willing to unblock one of your accounts, under the circumstances that you ensure that you will follow through with some of the changes I will suggest with regards to how you do work on the wiki.
I do not see the problem that you're talking about. Consider refreshing the page, or clicking the edit button (assuming you use the source/classic editor) and then clicking publish without making any changes
Tell me what you want to do. I locked it because of your fiddling around. You make a lot of careless decisions and reckless edits; that's not to say everything you do is bad, but you don't have the best reputation. This seems to be the belief of some of the more active editors around here; I roll my eyes almost every time I see you have edited something.