Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Teachers. Do you know that teachers are the reason that you are successful right now, is because of teachers? Heh, I bet you don't care, because you all don't think teachers matter. Not everyone but at least most of the population. Do you know that a teacher provided you all the information you ever needed to form a future. Teachers can't sleep and that's because of YOU. Your goddamn insults to a teacher is like insulting yourself and avoiding a the future that awaits you.
Teachers care for you more than you care for yourself. They don't care about their own health or they don't care if they died from all the effort she put, she just wants you to learn. Teachers love you so much that they'd risk everything for you. After parents, they are t…Read more >
WAM means Wikia Activity Monitor. The WAM calculates daily for the top 5,000 wikia sites! Including an overall rank and a vertical rank, as well as a score of 0 to 100. Remember all the ranks are not permanent, they might change depending on the activity.
If your wikia has a score of 0.00 doesn't mean no one edits in it or it has been abandoned. It just means that your wikia just has lower activity than the other 4,999 wikis who ranked higher than you. I wouldn't call it inactivity, you know what I mean? If you don't…………
You see, it's umm…
that means your wikia is lucky enough to be listed in the top 5,000 blah blah blah teh end.
Here's the Community Central's wikia activity rank and score!
- RANK : 69
- WAM Score : 97.98%
- Peak RANK :…
Read more >
When your account is disabled OR you're just not allowed to be logged in. Here are some solutions to solve it, I've been through this situation for a number of times but has successfully got my account back.
By that I mean, go to the button that says 'sign up' and fill in all of the blanks (such as username and password). If you forgot your password, press the 'Forgot your password?'.
It's always important to remember your username and password because they are what enables you to create your account. It's also better to keep your account, than create another alternative ones.
Just wait for a moment and then try again. It worked for me, so it'll definitely work for you.
Staff are the people who work for the wiki, so basically they are the ones…
Read more >
Okay so this is a poll about your favorite personalities. Comment below of what is your type of personality or you can also vote in the poll for your favorite personality.
Architect - Imaginative and strategic thinkers, with a plan for everything.
Logician - Innovative inventors with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge.
Commander - Bold, imaginative and strong willed leaders, always finding a way - or making one.
Debater - Smart and curious thinkers who cannot resist an intellectual challenge.
Advocate - Quiet and mystical, yet very inspiring and tireless idealists.
Mediator - Poetic, kind and altruistic people, always eager to help a good cause.
Protagonist - Charismatic and inspiring leaders, able to mesmerize their listeners
Campaigner - Enthusiastic…
Read more >
What are the difference between an administrator and a bureaucrat? Well, let's first start with what abilites each group have, starting with an administrator.
- All the privileges from the discussion and both content moderator groups
- Able to delete files and delete images, also can delete pages
- They have the ability to protect pages, to avoid vandalism
- Block users who are breaking the rules of the wikia
- Can revoke discussion and chat moderator rights
- Edit the wikia's skin and format
- Edit whitelisted MediaWiki pages
- Bureaucrats can manipulate other user's rights
- Administrators can't revoke a bureaucrat's rights nor other bureaucrats. Though a bureaucrat can revoke themselves their own. Staff also gave the ability to revoke a bureaucrat's rights.
Read more >