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Recently, a user on a wiki (which I will refer to as wiki #1 to keep it anonymous) proposed on a community vote that if someone was to vandalize another wiki (same as before, only Wiki #2), the user would be punished (on Wiki #1). Is this allowed? Because I tried explaining that wikis are not allowed to interfere with what someone does on another wiki, and people don't seem to believe me. A lot of people are supporting this vote, which I don't think is right. So, I want some of you guys to confirm that a wiki cannot punish someone for what goes on at another wiki, in hopes of swaying the vote, if what I say is true.--Shade 21:31, December 12, 2011 (UTC)

Shade dont bring this to central , additionally the users would be banned to stop them from going from the wiki to vandalize the other wiki, since they mostly edit on our wiki its our duty to stop them ... --Tama63 21:40, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry, Tama, but I am bringing this to Central. I want answers from the staff and helpers.--Shade 21:41, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
Wiki policies are decided by the local community, a common one is Don't be a Dick - vandalizing another wiki is being a dick, and if people were saying they were going to do that on a wiki I administrated, then I would take action. So yes, absolutely - I would ban for something that was happening on another wiki, because it reflects poorly the wiki that it started on if it wasn't stoped by an admin. -- RandomTime 21:43, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry, I read your original post slightly wrong, it wasn't "if you plan vandalism on one wiki or do it on another" - it's "if you vandalise on one, you're blocked on another" - again, I think this is fair - if a sysop sees someone vandalise on another wiki, especially one that's related, then that can reflect badly against that user, and they can be blocked. -- RandomTime 21:48, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
What Shade means is if that our users vandalize a "rival" wiki --Tama63 21:49, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
Again, absolutely that can be part of policy. It's counter productive for editors on one wiki to vandalise another, as it creates a bad faith split in those wikis, and causes editors to be focused on vandalism protection instead of making stuff. -- RandomTime 21:52, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
The Wiki in question is thisone( the one that users get banned for vandalizing) as you can see the users on that wiki constantly threaten to "attack" our wiki and the "founder " has even threatened to "hack" our wiki before, so I can see why users would be compelled to vandalize there --Tama63 21:56, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry if this goes off topic but can staff or vstf step in since they seem to be bad mouthing me over a page deletion ^_- --Tama63 21:59, December 12, 2011 (UTC)
I would agree with Tama, someone needs to step in on that Paradox Wiki, or in fact, delete it. Its only purpose is praising the founder and insulting the people that he dislikes (if you want, I can provide a link).--Shade 22:00, December 12, 2011 (UTC)

(Reset indent) If you think that the contents violate ToU enough for it to be closed, then I'd suggest you You can contact FANDOM Staff through the contact form on Special:Contact.

-- RandomTime 22:01, December 12, 2011 (UTC)