If you received a block on a wiki, that means your rights to edit have been revoked because you probably replaced a page with "fjdksla" or whatever. If you don't follow the rules on a wiki, you might face a ban. Keep in mind you can be blocked for a variety of reasons.
If you get blocked on one wiki, you'll lose access to some features, depending on the severity of the broken rule. You'll lose access to such as editing, using message walls, emailing other editors, or adopting a wiki.
If you get hit with a global block, you will not be able to edit at all. Attempting to log out and edit anonymously or creating new accounts are also prohibited by Wikia, hence they will just ban them instantly.
Simple, comes up as a notification when you edit a …
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This is my guide on vandalism (from the Crest of Xia Wikia):
Vandalism is the act of irritating and angering people on wikis through the use of destruction, construction, and social engineering. Popularized on Wikia by teams, vandalism has become a serious problem for admins and can bring drama into wikis.
Trolling, however, is different from vandalism, because afterwards vandals give their items back, and repair any damage they did.
Type Description How to prevent
Destruction Self explanatory. Most vandals' goals are to destroy as much content as they can, so they can make pages unusable and destroyed. Protection has become useful on wikis, and they can protect pages to prevent this problem.
Creation Nearly as frequent as destruction, vandals o…
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