RedBomb, I just noticed your message, "I'm over it now, even if I didn't win I wouldn't be mad over it. I'm not going to let Golf's hurtful arguments and him trying to put guilt on me take advantage of me anymore; I can just simply block him on Skype and Discord if he's bothering me this much. Due to his long history of acting like he has large authority and causing heated debates, I think that'd be a good idea. This is not surprising, considering that I've heard reports from Alex on Skype that he has been putting lie after lie and deceiving people into voting remove for Philly for something that happened outside of ESB" I just wanted to apologize to you since I have been rude to you lately which was wrong of me. I'm sorry. Just was a bit concerned on your recent behavior issues but let's move on from that. You are a great user and friend, please don't break our friendship. We've known each other for such a long time. Please forgive me! :(
Korra told me about this on Skype and I have decided that I forgive you and am willing to give you another chance. I myself am sorry too for all the drama and it seeming like I broke a promise. I have apologized before, but this time I want you to know that I actually mean it. These mistakes have taught me that I need to be more mature about feedback on proposals, nominations, requests etc./getting demoted and be grateful to help ESB without any regard to user rights.
I love editing ESB so much and I have met so many amazing people since I joined, so I couldn't stay mad at you for too long.
Long story short, I accept your apology and agree to be friends with you again. :)
Is there a reason why you keep trying to add this information here? It's not really noteworthy because it's a very rare circumstance that Staff give check user access to non-administrators. Therefore it shouldn't be added in the article. Staff giving administrators check user access on certain bigger wikis however is worthy of mentioning, because it happens frequently enough. There aren't any other wikis besides this one that I know about where Staff have given check user access to a non-administrator or non-administrative user-group.
They don't require the block tool. It's a separate tool, but it's almost never granted to local users unless they are administrators, and never granted at all unless there's a really good reason for it.
I actually meant that sometimes if a non-admin sends FANDOM an email requesting that an IP check be done, Staff will accept the request for the non-admin if the circumstances warrant, no threshold applicable. I didn't mean that CheckUser access will be granted on certain wikis for non-admins to use. Generally Staff only take CheckUser requests for admins on the community where the disruption is occuring, but as I said before, there are exceptions if the circumstances warrant.