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  • Is the secondary antagonist a main antagonist in a way?

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  • unbock (unblock) EcksaboobiatedItalian72 from wikia THIS INSTANT!  He did no copyrights infringments--he justs wantsta make YuGiOh! Wikia great again!  And tell everyone @ 'Pedia that they can suck mah you knows!! ;)

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  • Hello sannse

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  • Can you change Silver Sable from Spider-Man PS4 to supporting antagonist turned anti heroine on the villains wiki and Sinister Six to main antagonistic faction and Inner Demons to secondary antagonistic faction and ask Valkerone to change Kingpin back to major antagonist and is it possible to delete old revisions from history?

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    • My opinion on that matter is quite irrelevant, as is Sannse's. Move on to a new wiki.

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    • Is the secondary antagonist a main antagonist in a way?

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  • having admin is much better

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  • i found some one that became a admen on muiltible wikis only to band the other admins. so i want you to wipe this smuge of the face of the earth X0Nightmare0x

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    • wow thank you

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      wow im admin
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  • And im sorry if this idea has already been floated before, or if something similar is in place.

    First off, its understandable that staff cant step in because if they were seen to do so, everybody who was ever banned would be asking for it and it would be all staff do. But how about this.

    Forcus on some of the bigger and popular fandoms out there, the ones that are related to pop culture and likely to get a lot of traffic ( Things like Star wars, the MCU, Jurassic park, Pokémon etc ) assign ONE staff member to be the judge when it comes to ban disputes, let them look at the evidence and decide once and for all what the right action should be. Obviously the staff member in question should be neutral and not a member of the fandom itself, to ensure nobody helps out friends and such.

    Just a suggestion. Its what I would do if I was in charge. Plus, it may actually stop a percentage of these arguments we see on community central, there would be no need to take it here if the matter is resolved in the way I suggested.

    Edit = plus, I imagine this would actually stop a lot of admins getting drunk on power and going ban crazy, knowing it will be looked at closer, it may also stop trolls from flaming and twisting the truth.

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    • Wiki Managers are a relatively new role and not all wikis have them or even need them at this point of their rollout. If a community feels they would like a Wiki Manager, Admins should contact Fandom Staff to request one.

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    • Wikis are able to make their own rules, beyond the Terms of Use - as long as they don't conflict with those Terms.

      For example, the ToU says nothing about article formatting, but an admin might ban someone who repeatedly breaks the wiki's rules about this.

      Admins also often ban for disruption. I mention this one because the person banned very rarely agrees that they have been disruptive (I am not talking about anyone specific here).

      Working out the specifics of a dispute can be a long and difficult process. I know, I've done it many times, and I was on the Wikipedia Arbitration Committee too, so have a lot of experience from that!

      But as Robin says, we have Wiki Managers now, who will be more able to look in to situations, and might talk to an admin about a ban. But it would be rare that they would intervene, especially on larger wikis where the admins are likely to be very experienced users who have been chosen by the community.

      Generally, admins know their communities, and most are careful and fair. They are good people doing their best for the good of the wiki.

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  • Hello, I recently wrote you a rather long post on that thread. I wrote that before I saw what you said about things changing soon, so my apologies if I come across as an angry idiot, I figured it wqas just same old same old.

    you also said this

    [edit] I'm also concerned about a "remove admin" thread not being dealt with. That's significant, and we can look in to that (with links)

    what happened was, he ( The admin at the time ) only removed the poll when it started to get more votes for him to leave. His reply was to ' willingly ' give up his admin rights....to his FREINDS, meaning he wont be the admin, but he still has ALOT of influence ( also, the poll did not just ask that he be removed as admin, we wanted him gone from the wikia because he was THAT toxic )

    I could provide links about his shady dealings with the poll, but it would take a while to dredge thru a years worth of wiki history, so I will only do it if action will be taken on it. Plus, he has no doubt tried to remove evidence by deleteing it, could staff find out the truth? like see exactly what was deleted?

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    • Okay, that is enough

      SaucyDan, you have lost your credibility with socking and abuse - I realize that this is in reaction to events you see as unfair, but it was the wrong reaction.

      A couple of other points, some of which CrashBash has already covered.

      • The poll was a long time ago. It's time to move on.
      • The poll was invalid due to sockpuppet voting.
      • Staff explained at the time that removing the poll wasn't okay, As far as I know, CrashBash did not do so after that.
      • CrashBash has apologised for the dispute around the poll.
      • CrashBash is no longer an admin anyway.

      SaucyDan, please drop it. It's clear that you need to move on from this, or you are likely to continue to have your accounts banned.

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    • Sannse wrote: Okay, that is enough

      SaucyDan, you have lost your credibility with socking and abuse - I realize that this is in reaction to events you see as unfair, but it was the wrong reaction.

      A couple of other points, some of which CrashBash has already covered.

      • The poll was a long time ago. It's time to move on.
      • The poll was invalid due to sockpuppet voting.
      • Staff explained at the time that removing the poll wasn't okay, As far as I know, CrashBash did not do so after that.
      • CrashBash has apologised for the dispute around the poll.
      • CrashBash is no longer an admin anyway.

      SaucyDan, please drop it. It's clear that you need to move on from this, or you are likely to continue to have your accounts banned.

      See what we've dealing with within the last year? This user has been harassing the admins of Jurassic Park wiki, including me, with various account and uses different IP addresses to evade block because of events that he deemed unfair. There are other things involved that contribute to all this.

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