Hello. I'm a gamer who likes to edit this wiki as well as other wikis sometimes. I generally gnome on this Wiki, but I occasionally exhibit fairy-like behaviour. I used to gnome on Wikipedia, but my activity there is pretty rare nowadays.
I generally perform grammar/prose copyedits. I would like for this wiki to improve, and I'll do my part to make that possible.
I'm an admin on the Ace Attorney Wiki. I used to contribute significantly to other wikis, but lately the Ace Attorney Wiki's the only one to which I've been able and willing to contribute. Nevertheless, I'm planning to get myself out there again.
I've contributed significantly to the following wikis:
- The StarCraft Wiki
- SmashWiki, but it joined NIWA, my account didn't carry over, and I don't feel like making an account there, so... (BTW, not a bad group, NIWA is. But I don't want too much politics on my user page so that's all I'm going to say on that matter.)
I started editing this wiki back when the merge happened, but I felt incredibly overwhelmed by the flood of users at the time. Sometimes, my edit wouldn't even appear on the Latest Activity section. There was also all that confusion over various stuff and various edit wars. SmashWiki used to be very informative even with its colloquialism, but now I felt that it was ruined.
I got fed up when a certain user called on an admin to ban me for "making joke templates". I couldn't believe the nerve of that user. The worst parts are that he applied to be an admin and that he tried to advertise himself on Goomba. I still think of that moment every time I come here. In any case, I decided that SmashWiki was doomed and that I couldn't do anything about it, especially not with so many articles that were being messed with anyway and the lack of admin powers.
But now I see that the traffic has died down a lot. I feel kind of bad for not contributing to the Post-Merge Cleanup. I guess I figured that the wiki was beyond help. I suppose this will follow my reputation here as I come back to edit stuff now that the commotion is largely gone.
Some suggestions for SmashWiki
I have to say that this wiki needs a lot of work. Articles names need to be nouns, not verbs, adjectives or "-ing" forms of verbs. People also really need to post links to videos they claim demonstrate something, as well as use more formal language. (Some colloquialism is fine, I guess, but articles really ought to be there with the nouns.)
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