Two users who often edit my site have purposely made this copycatted site . The admins who did this are AdrianC385, ToyChica and a few others. They have even used my Total Darkness approvals to assure that their vandalism on my site works elsewhere, and in order to make more trouble, they have also created a template called "Worst Villain Approval".
Thanks to BrandonTheDarkOne I have this information and I honestly request that these users stop copying our site and it's info. I suggest that their site will be closed down.
I wanna complaint about one Wiki called the Great Villains Wiki : https://true-villains.fandom.com/wiki/The_Great_Villains_Wiki. This wiki uses a lot of misinformation and flanderization on his pages, which I struggle to tolerate. Even the user HuxRen lied about me saying I cause a lot of mayhem on Villains Wiki. However, I admit that I broke their rules by removing their templates. So, do I must speak to you or someone else for shut down this Wiki ?
We have tried to reason with you and explain to you that rules are rules, and that despite you having your own opinions, users who break the rules face a blockage according to our rules. Now you were spoken to not only once or twice, but many many times and despite our efforts to give an original yet realistic perspective of villains, from a different point of view than the Villains Wiki and other mainstream sources, despite all this you come and copycat info which is obviously against our rules. While the other users keep obeying the rules wether they have their own opinions or not, you do not only mess with our Total Darkness category (our version of Pure Evil, in a different and still realistic perspective), and you take the law into your own hands, just before you blame me for lying to the other site owners and spamming more and more messages, even going as far as sending the site's vice owner a link to show how much of a man you are when you report us to the community central. This is not only bad, harrasive behaviour. Other users never ever did this much of a cross wiki drama, and they know rules are rules but to be honest you don't. And yes, I admit I was a bit harsh but I did not lie about you to anyone. Infact, I can see this entire situation as two different people, who have two different opinions, and the one decides to take his opinion to extreme meassures just to show how much of a good boy he is. Everything's ok dude, because everyone makes mistakes sometimes, but our site has it's rules and one of the rules you hate the most are to keep our info original yet true and not to copycat from other sources. Accept it or face blockage, and I did not block you for 100 years because I want to harass you. I blocked you for 100 years because I honestly don't know how to make an infinite blockage. That's normal behaviour, but causing a massive revolution and giving the community central false information is not normal behaviour. That is nothing more and nothing less than a frame-up and unintentional harrasment. Please stop.
Wikis are like countries. No matter how close (topic-wise) one may be to another, once you cross from one to enter another, you have to deal with different sets of rules, admins, terms and phrases. In this case, what makes a villain in one may not qualify in the next.
Now, if you feel that you are being mistreated according to violations of ToU, then contact Fandom Staff with links (not screenshots) to support your complaints.
Hux, infinite blocks, which are NOT advised by FANDOM Staff, are done by writing in the word "infinite"
I don't know if you would know the answer and other people on here seem to scary to ask but is it possible for someone to become a staff member? If so how does someone earn the position of Staff? Again I am asking you because I looked at other accounts to ask other members on here and they seem intimidating after I read the words above their message walls?
As I said I am as Robin because I have seen some post on the top of the walls of some users who might not be so inviting to the idea since they don't like to be bothered. Asking admins or other people with positions of power to see if they know anything that can work?
So staff are just employees that is the first time I have heard of that? But people never told me that people have always told me go to staff if I decided to join the wiki community.
People I have talked to never said a word about Staff being employees I was told if I do any edits in the wiki community I was told to go to see staff if anything happens. The way people have described staff to me they talk like as if staff are big admin I have never met a person who discredited them as employees.
Haya. Sorry for the delay, I'm away from FANDOM for a bit supporting a friend who lost her father to Covid-19.
First, understand that there are TWO uses for the term "staff" on FANDOM. The first is describes certain users on topical wikis who are also known as Admins and Bureaucrats. ON THOSE wikis, "staff" means admin ON THAT wiki. These "staff" are unpaid volunteers who do what they do because of their love for specific topics (IE, Star Wars, Kim Possible, Disney franchises, etc) and can mostly be found helping out on specific "local" topics.
Becoming a local Admin "staff" depends on the requirements of each local admin. So ask on a wiki you wish to be promoted to "staff" on.
The second usage is for the individuals who RUN THE BUSINESS WHICH IS FANDOM. These individuals are PAID EMPLOYEES. Same as for any other business. They collect paychecks, have benefits, and work to help ALL of FANDOM run as smoothly as possible. They have the BIG POWER compared to users such as myself…
Like with any JOB, becoming Staff requires finding out open positions in need of hiring and going on interviews, generally IN PERSON at select FANDOM Offices. Sometimes interviews can be done online, but generally only with long, long, long time, users who've proven VERY helpful.
TLDR, local admin/staff are volunteers who help as and when they can find the time in their life schedule. FANDOM STAFF are paid and like any job, must work according to schedules set for them by their bosses, or be fired.
Staff and admins are not the samething from what I have heard and from what I have been told. But you are telling me that staff are admin?
You said they are volunteers but another person told me that they are employees? Yes volunteers and employees get paid but I always thought there was a difference between the two. You have completely lost me?
I don't blame Covid-19 for anything that happens in 2020 me anything that this I say it is the years fault not the virus I don't like hearing or talking about Covid-19. 2020 is just bad year anything bad that happens it happens because it's just a ugly year. Nothing good has come out of this year any deaths that happen I pin the blame on the year because 2020 is a mess.
I don't like the name Covid-19 and I don't blame the virus I blame bad luck that it came around and 2020 has had a huge string of bad luck. Again it's only bad luck that Covid-19 is here and I was blame bad luck for everything 100% all the way. To me Covid-19 is ridiculous it's bad luck os the cause because if we had good luck the virus wouldn't be here in the first place because of good luck. Also good fate and bad fate those are the things I believe that cause everything.
It's a matter of terminology. Some wiki communities use the term "staff" (usually small-s) interchangeably with, and as a collective term for, admins, bureaucrats, moderators, rollbacks, etc. Roles which need to be promoted to on their wikis.
Then there is "Staff" (usually large-S), which are the FANDOM paid employees whose jobs affect and effect many-to-all wikis.
When you think of wikis as alike separate "countries", each with their individual languages, phrases, terminologies, and rules, then you'll understand that words/terms used in one does not necessarily equate how they are used in another (no matter how close their topic-coverage is), much less for "international" usage (FANDOM as a whole).