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What to do
All edits should be made in Good Faith.
You must gain your editing rank on the leaderboard. If you are caught doing edits that are being done over and over again, you will get a strike.
Three strikes means you get a ban, this ban's length will depend on what you have done.
You may only add images that are your own. Screenshots are welcome but don't add copyrighted images. (Any image owned by a big company or group, like a picture of character, made-up place, or a design, will be removed and you will get a strike.)
The Administration has great experience, please do not disrespect their decisions. If you do, you will earn a 1 day ban.
If you are not a registered user, please do not complain about a ban, doing so will result in that ban being lengthened.
Have fun editing!
What not to do
Pick fights with other users just to get attention, this will get you a warning.
Make categories without administrative permission.
Edit pages in short length, or add non-existing or false categories to a page. Earn achievements fairly, just like everyone else (Doing this will get you a four day ban).
Posting an inappropriate picture of yourself will result in an automatic ban, no strikes. The length of the ban will be decided on the severity of this picture.
Cussing, Swearing, Cursing, or any other Inappropriate language. This will get you a 3 day ban, no strikes. You've been warned.
Fighting your ban, as a registered or an unregistered user will get the ban lengthened.
Inappropriate language, words, thoughts, or behavior! You will receive NO strikes or warnings, but get a 3 day or longer ban, depending on the severity of your language, words, thoughts, or behavior.
Disrespecting other users.
Become obsessed with wiki politics. Only editing here to get special user rights.
Becoming an Rollback, Chat Moderator, or Administrator
A user may not instantly become an admin, it depends on many things.
Only administrators may vote on promotions to bureaucrat.
Bureaucrats will require a private administrative vote (in which they may not participate, but are allowed to make a statement in) in which at least 2/3 of the administrators agree to the demotion to be discharged of their duties as bureaucrats. Separate votes are needed for the removal of admin and rollbacks powers.