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  • PyroNacht

    Choices in the New Year

    December 20, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi everybody! As 2018 starts to rapidly approach, I have decided that it would be a good time to have a blog of evaluation. Personally, I have always imagined every new year as an opportunity. A clean slate. A chance to change. Most years, I have succeeded. The question is: will you?

    Everybody has a place here on FANDOM. Everybody wants to have a certain recognition here on FANDOM. Some people receive recognition that they might not want, while others don't receive that which they potentially deserve. More often than not, users tend to have aspirations for certain positions- particularly administrator- while a select few are content without rights. Even so, there is always room for an individual to grow.

    Now, let's be honest. How many people…

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    Good afternoon everybody! As some of you might know, I became administrator here on Community Central approximately six months ago. While some of the experiences have been rather daunting, I feel as if I've grown as an individual. Therefore, I would like to share some of the ideas I've picked up thus far!

    The first thing I would like to address is the question people, typically newer users, ask me whenever they first send me a message. The question is "what is being admin like?".
    It took me a few weeks to fully contemplate the answer, because in all honesty, being an admin is more than just a shiny star and tons of new tools. For me, the meaning roots far deeper than that. Prior to being administrator, I was a semi-veteran user who happened …

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    Defining True Growth

    October 16, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi everybody! Today, I wanted to write a blog regarding the definition of true growth- particularly in FANDOM users. Over time, I've seen many individuals grow and evolve into fine users, and I figured now would be a good time to address what I consider "true growth".

    When I was in elementary school, people would often associate the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" as a concrete concept. The kids- or at least, I did- didn't really know what it meant to "grow up", but that it would happen one day. One day, you would wake up as a grown adult and fully know what you want to be; a misleading conclusion at that.
    You never really grow up. You will never wake up one morning and be like "oh! I know exactly what I'm supposed to be!…

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    The Key to Understanding

    August 25, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi everybody! Boy, it's been a long time since I've written a blog... but today's blog is focused on a concept I like to emphasize to users in general. It's a bit of a less concrete blog, but it's still important nonetheless- this would be the key to understanding other users.

    Heads-Up: Before I delve into this, I want to preface this with the point of explaining that this blog is not regarding obvious trolls or spammers in any sort. People who are evidently here to cause trouble are not associated with this blog's content. I'm referring to the more troubled users, like those who have been on FANDOM for a long time, but still struggle to get a foothold when it comes to socialization.

    Understanding somebody is not the same as agreeing 100% wi…

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    Hi everybody! I realize it has been quite a while since I developed a blog pertaining to FANDOM and behaviors of users, so I figured I would write one today. This one is particularly referring to the FANDOM psychology I often see in some users, but in order to explain it to the fullest extent, this blog will likely be rather lengthy.

    My dear friend showed me the following quote, and I have a tendency to apply such to most of my situations.
    "And what is it you think you have accomplished? If you seek to aid everyone that suffers in the galaxy, you will only weaken yourself... and weaken them. It is the internal struggles, when fought and won on their own, that yield the strongest rewards. You stole that struggle from them, cheapened it. If yo…

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