FANDOM

  • PyroNacht

    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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  • PyroNacht

    Hi everybody! So, some of you might already know that, thanks to the idea from KCCreations, I created FANDOM: The Unofficial RPG Wiki! I know I have not posted a blog in quite some time, so why not take the opportunity to promote this new Wiki?


    FANDOM:TUR Wiki is an all-inclusive Wiki that is devoted to eventually being a role-playing game! The Wiki is admittedly in its infancy, primarily because it was created yesterday (July 17, 2017). However, because of the immense support of some fellow Community Central members, the Wiki has already skyrocketed in activity and page efforts. Even so, we are always looking for new aid as our articles grow.
    In time, the Wiki will be used as a Dungeons and Dragons related campaign, although the set-up in it…

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    Philosophy on Bans

    May 29, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi guys! This is my first blog as an admin, and I wanted to touch upon some of the things I've experienced thus far: today's topic will be moreso focused on Chat. I will be discussing the philosophy of bans, as well as my own policies.


    So, many of us by now already know the Community Central Chat Guidelines, which have recently been revamped. Some users might argue that the newer guidelines (which essentially state that off-topic discussion is no longer allowed), are too harsh. I would like to remind everybody to think for a second about Central in particular: we are a help Wiki designed as a community center for anything Wikia-related. We are not meant to be a social Wiki for extremely-off-topic discussion.

    Some users tend to take their beh…


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    What A Leader Is

    May 24, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi guys! Today, I wanted to go over a topic I have written multiple blogs as a semi-link to, but for the sake of generalization, I decided I would provoke the discussion of leadership as whole. I realize I have gone into some topics, such as bonding as a community and the difference between leaders and admins, but why not cover the whole umbrella pertaining to them?


    I have been in several Fandom communities throughout my 5 years, and there are some Wikis that are genuinely ruled with an iron fist by a sole admin. When I mention these Wikis, I'm not referring to the ones with clear policies and a badmin- I'm referring to the Wikis with one person taking full charge and ruling everything; not counting others' opinions. In my eyes, that is not…

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    The Wikian Compass

    May 21, 2017 by PyroNacht

    Hi guys! Today, I wanted to go over a less "concrete" subject for this blog. I will be discussing the moralities of a Wikian, essentially the moral compass. Most of this blog will be surrounding community interactions, as well as my personal experiences.


    A moral compass is a tool that everybody on this planet possesses. Some people tend to utilize the darker side of their moral compass, which emphasizes their desire to cause havoc or inflict trouble upon others. Many of the individuals I tend to encounter, however, desire peace for their communities, but they go about some situations in a regard that can be deemed troublesome. These are the people I wish to reach out to, today, because not all actions show everything, nor do all words expos…

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