This will allow you ask what was meant by spam, if he has not already explained. You can also then plead your case, if you think he has made a mistake, and you can decide what to do from there.
Well, regardless, your best shot remains contacting TheEmbracedOne via their message wall here on Community Central. Also, just a point of clarification, TheEmbracedOne is not an admin but a wiki manager; in case anyone cares to know.
Edits such as this might not always get you a warning, but a direct ban because of point 1 above, and because it is a demonstration that you do not possess common sense when it comes to editing Wikis (why did you think it was OK to make such an edit?).
Note that as per rules of conduct,
Registered users may receive a month ban
for first offences, depending upon the severity
of the vandalism and mod discretion."
Note the may and the mod discretion.
You've also made two comments that broke the rules of conduct that have been deleted:
getting your face clapped in by a anthro-Blimp
is not a fun experience, mind you
I fought him with the old nail, and only the
soul catcher and the quick dash. due to low
preporation, he gained the name SALT MASTER.
We have been dealing with vandals and spammers lately and have adopted a stricter approach towards those who demonstrate unwillingness to familiarise themselves with the rules of the Wiki and demonstrate no sign of valuable contributions.
You are still free to use the Wiki as a reader while banned, but you will not be able to make edits. Hope I answered all your questions and thank you for your understanding.
Andrewds1021 wrote: Well, regardless, your best shot remains contacting TheEmbracedOne via their message wall here on Community Central. Also, just a point of clarification, TheEmbracedOne is not an admin but a wiki manager; in case anyone cares to know.
Yes and no, actually. The Hollow Knight Wiki is under my adminship and has been for over two years, from before I took on becoming a WM. I do not act on the HK Wiki in my WM capacity, solely in my admin capacity.
Wait a month and then ask TheEmbracedOne if there are any ways to reduce your block time. Doing things like consistently adding good contributions to another wiki to demonstrate you've learned your lesson can sometimes go a long way to proving you've reformed.
However, ultimately it is up to the admins at each wiki. FANDOM gives them this privilege, and there really isn't anything outsiders can really do to change that.
Can somebody note for me that the Volalite Mosskin, Furious Vengefly, Volatile Gruzzers, And Oomas Are the only mobs (i belive) That have exploding corpses that deal damage. (I say that because some corpses like Slobbering husks only visually explode)
I'd have to look closer into ToU, but I know a lot of wikis frown on that and see it as a form of ban evasion. I've seen people being blocked for making edits for other banned people.
You have to be a major a-hole admin to consider suggesting legit edits as ban evasion. Either way, I doubt it is a ToU violaton. That would almost make being friends with a blocked user a ToU violation.