I know you wished Pinkolol16 to have a good luck with the SuperMarioGlitchy4 Wiki, but she unfortunately decided to quit it this Saturday sue to some of its contributors (possibly including myself, but especially EmigaRaptor) being hard to make stop going off-topic anywhere, and she now considers herself as a "dead" user there. :(
It's just for saying this. I think there may not be any need to do anything about that.
This is IP (188.8.131.52). Torey96 was my account, and I contacted Wikia to disable it permanently, so I was wondering if you (not in general) could erase my username so I can sign up again? I would use a similar username (without "96"), but everytime I type it in, it keeps telling me that someone already has this username (obviously me). I just need help with that. 184.108.40.206 18:14, June 30, 2015 (UTC)IP (220.127.116.11)
The fact that 95% of the information is incorrect and i was sitting in the room with the room owner working on the page should be enought to let me mod it. and i blanked it to start fresh. copy and paste with deleting randomly leads to mistakes. i have a text copy fo the entire thing.
While it's not the nicest of words, it isn't that offensive either. Additionally, it's not used against a user, though most likely reflects on the commenter's opinion of the character. It could've been said more eloquently, but there is nothing really wrong with it. If you do desire it to be deleted, please contact a local administrator.
I know it seems like nitpicking, but if the word has a different connotation then it does matter, as there are some types of insults that are never allowed on Wikia -just saying "bitch" doesn't fall under that, but if the connotation is different, it could be. For example, nigger is one of those words that should never be on a page due to the connotation.
Per what Mime and Joseph said: the VSTF's scope is limited to spam and vandalism. Issues in regard to a local block are social, which would place them up the alley of Wikia Staff. However, as said in that blog, Staff gives a lot of leeway to local administrators to handle their own wikis in a way they see fit themselves. As such, it is likely they won't intervene either.