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Arceus The God of Pokemon

aka Rahul

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April 11, 2011
  • I live in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • I was born on April 4
  • My occupation is Student
  • I am Male

Welcome to Pokémon Answers!

Welcome to Pokémon Answers, Arceus The God of Pokemon. Thanks for contributing! I hope you join in and ask or answer some more questions. You can find the new questions on the ActivityFeed page. Why not edit your profile and tell us more about yourself? If you need any help, have a look at Help:Wikianswers. -- Yellowkirby64 (Talk) 15:48, April 11, 2011


Thank you for the questions you recently tagged for deletion, they have been taken care of now. --Liliana (my talk). 03:41, April 12, 2011 (UTC)


The user only made one edit here which I'm going to fix now. Unfortunately, I can not block him unless he does 3 or more vandal edits. --Liliana (my talk). 20:50, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

I've now made you into an admin! Please remember to use redirects often for questions that are likely to be asked over and over with {{Subst:Red}}. That will automatically send them to Why was my question redirected here. That's also good for questions with curse words too, it is specially useful for when a newcomer asks the same question, they are taken to the redirect automatically; and they can't make the question again. --Liliana (my talk). 06:49, April 16, 2011 (UTC)

Interface Function

The question Why was my question redirected here is part of the Wikianswers interface and it should't be deleted, so I restored it. Don't worry if it was a mistake, it has happened several times before. To be able to find the actual questions that have been linked into it, you must use "What links here" and it will give you a list of all the question that link to it. Keep in mind, the questions redirected into it, guarantee that those can't be asked ever again. I know working in a wiki is a learning process so don't be afraid to ask questions.

A quick way to find "what links here", is by going to your bottom left of the page and "Customize". From there you have a wide arrange of admin options, you can create your own menu, with tools like "what links here" (which shows all the questions that link to the page you're looking at) and a few other really useful admin tools. The "logs" tools are very useful because you can see all deleted questions in the delete drop down menu. You can pull down the menu where it says "All public logs" one of the options is "Deletion log" --Liliana (my talk). 23:36, April 16, 2011 (UTC)

It is up to you if you want to delete questions that link to Why was my question redirected here. Keep in mind that if you do, new users can (and often will) ask the questions as-if they had never been asked. Though the way it is now, if someone attempts to ask those questions, they will be redirected to Why was my question redirected here automatically. Also remember that questions are case sensitive, so the same question can be asked with as little as one capital letter on it and it will enter a separate question into the system. The idea behind the re-direct is that those who try to abuse the system keep finding themselves bumping into the same page of Why was my question redirected here, and they might give up eventually. This is just a theory however, it doesn't always work due to people using capitals, commas, misspellings and such; but when it does work it's quite helpful. Fortunately for us, not too many people misspell curse words. I'm going to check on the bad-words filter in the site to see what's being blocked and what not. --Liliana (my talk). 18:33, April 17, 2011 (UTC)
I think the bad words filter wasn't working, I found that the page was blank. I've made the page show up, hopefully it will block those bad words listed from now on. Redirected questions to Why was my question redirected here shouldn't show up to common users, if they do, it is probably because there's a category that makes them show up. To avoid that, categories need to be manually removed when {{Subst:Red}} is used. You can also remove them from there again by checking "What links here" from there none of those question should contain any categories. If you mean they show up on the homepage, any question recently manipulated can show up on the homepage (even deleted ones) that's a flaw in the system; there is nothing we can actually do to help that. But, they should eventually go away. I hope this helps. --Liliana (my talk). 23:25, April 18, 2011 (UTC)

hey im new to this but i am epic at pokemon and studying them i have major experience --—Preceding unsigned comment added by Brickman1124 (talkcontribs)

Wiki Bot

I am sorry I wasn't able to get back to you on this before. I have been working on ways to improve our Pokemon Q&A wiki and hoping to gather all the experience I built with the main Wikianswers into an easy to read guide (which I am sure you stumbled upon already). As you mentioned before, this is everyone's wiki, not the admins; I want this to remain true, and bring forward all the great contributions that both registered and unregistered users have provided our wiki with (this category for example or this one have very good questions)! About running a bot, we can not do that unless all admins come to an agreement as to what needs to stay or what needs to go. I invite you to bring the matter to the wiki's forum, that way everyone can take part on the final decision. I have already initiated a discussion and would love the admins to come forward and contribute on how to make the best of our wiki.

Also I asked Wikia about the bad-words filter, they have now confirmed it to be working, so we still need to give it some time and see how effective it is. --Liliana (my talk). 21:38, April 25, 2011 (UTC)

Heya Arceus, nice to meet ya, buddy.
One thing. I noticed over at Liliana's talk page, that you mentioned "deletes unwanted articles, 100s by the minute". Yeah... that's not preferable.
Generally bots are limited to something like five edits a minute - or even less. The bot can keep going until it's finished. However, if there's a mishap and the bot starts deleting things willy-nilly, then there are hundreds, or more, of questions needing to be restored. Running a bot to restore them could lead to similar difficulty.
Most communities (all that I know of) prefer a bot to be more restricted so that edits it makes are subject to the occasional glance-over. If it starts getting crazy, it can be stopped with less damage caused. Also, a lot of communities don't feel comfortable about bots with admin-rights. I can see why, though I'm not as gravely concerned as some.
If it comes to it, the bot flag can always cover edits made by actual Admins (as opposed to bots) so that there's no risk of wanton destruction and no RC damage. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 13:40, April 28, 2011 (UTC)

Deleting and Protecting

Hello Arceus, I am very pleased with your enthusiasm about keeping the wiki clean. In extreme cases many Wikia admins have sorted to deleting and protecting vandal questions, so that they don't get asked again. The badwords filter only works with questions, not answers; so this was something that didn't seem like the best option. If you're willing to do that, I'm going to type a guide on how to do this effectively in the forum. --Liliana (my talk). 20:56, April 28, 2011 (UTC)

If you forget don't worry, I'll conjure something eventually. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 21:06, April 28, 2011 (UTC)



Just wanted to say hi and introduce myself. I enjoy romantic meals, strolls along the seaside... err, let me try that again. My name's John, I'm Scottish, been on Wikia since the summer of '07 (had ~5 accounts, this one being the most productive) and... yeah.

I tend to be quicker to ban (we'll get along then, eh?) and delete than most; I value new contributors, but I'll prioritize protecting the wiki over the adventures of new people that I may never see here again. I'd say we'll mash fairly well and... by the sounds of things, there's certainly enough work to go around!

Hope we can get to know each other, become best buddies, etc. Look forward to working with you :-) A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 21:06, April 28, 2011 (UTC)

Actually, I am an Admin and Bureaucrat already. Molokaicreeper, a friend of mine for years, asked me to come help with this wiki.
Hope you don't mind. She felt more Administrators were needed, and didn't seem satisfied with the candidates left from this community after promoting yourself. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 10:20, April 29, 2011 (UTC)

Who killed Ash

17:34, 29 April 2011 Arceus The God of Pokemon (Talk | contribs | block) deleted "Who killed Ash" ‎ (Not a question: content was: "Category:Un-answered questions") (view/restore)

I'm having trouble understanding that deletion. It's certainly a question. Also, there is an episode where Ash dies. It's called "The Tower of Terror"; it wasn't aired due to it being deemed too reminiscent of 9/11. Ash and Pikachu spent the [vast majority of the] episode as ghosts, the main Pokémon involved - unsurprisingly - was Haunter. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 16:54, April 29, 2011 (UTC)

I have that episode in VHS, and Ash definitely dies. Ash also dies in the Pokemon's first movie, where a battle between Mewtwo and Mew, is brought to a halt when both shoot a colorful ray at one another; which ends up hitting Ash and turning him to stone. The ray was not hyperbeam. It was really an attack I've never seen before or after.
Being turned to stone is definitely a way to die as well, he was definitely not asleep that's for sure. So what do we do about this question? --Liliana (my talk). 20:35, April 29, 2011 (UTC)
I consider it a perfectly valid and legitimate question. He dies, so to wonder who killed him is only natural. An answer covering both incidents would be nice.
Though I do avoid countering the Admin actions of others if I see it as avoidable; I'm rather hoping Arceus will either revert himself or provide a reason why it's inappropriate. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 21:43, April 29, 2011 (UTC)


I love achievements, and this is the perfect time to activate them in this wiki. Been so busy that I completely forgot about them. You have my support. --Liliana (my talk). 17:31, April 29, 2011 (UTC)

Great idea, there is now a forum for voting! --Liliana (my talk). 17:55, April 29, 2011 (UTC)


Thank you so much for restoring Who killed Ash. --Liliana (my talk). 21:12, April 30, 2011 (UTC)

Technically, he didn't. He asked it himself; but it's the same thing in the end. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 22:41, April 30, 2011 (UTC)


Hey glad you're back! Well it's a long way but I'm sure you can make it. I am not even going to try, my badges so far were really not intentional. It can take time to reach certain achievements and I don't have much time. But that's why I decided to get some help. Good luck, which is basically what I wish to everyone, since my position is neutral but most importantly based on the performance of dedicated users. --Liliana (my talk). 16:40, May 15, 2011 (UTC)


I appreciate your concerns about cleaning up vandalism in the wiki, but as AFK explained here, VSTF doesn't usually get involved in patrolled wikis. As a matter of fact about a year ago the vandalism in Club Penguin answers was so bad that I left VSTF a message about it. I was told the last admin had edited in the wiki within the last 15 days (I checked, s/he came once, fixed a misspelling or something small like that, and would come around about 2 times a month)... anyway, VSTF said the wiki had active admins and refused. I was told it would be nice to let the admins know about the issue, and I did. S/he came back briefly, erased all the questions that I had marked for deletion. And I haven't really checked but I'm guessing may not be too active now, since I see a few vandal questions on the homepage. But basically to corroborate what AFK explained more directly. I rarely quote Wikia support messages sent to me, but in this case I really can't think of a better way to explain this:

There might not be a need for a bot to do any deletion. Firstly, there's a staff tool where we can mass-delete a list of pages you send us if you decide to do that. Secondly, deletion generally requires human oversight so the wiki's admins would be the best people to do the deletions rather than a bot. - Wikia ticket {16162}

I am assuming the best way to do this is by sending the conflicting questions to a certain category, for example, something like: :Category:Debatable Content or listing them in Project:Debatable Content which is what AFK mentioned in the forum here; seems to be the best option for disputes about whether we want to keep certain questions or not. --Liliana (my talk). 07:33, May 18, 2011 (UTC)


"I'm highly experienced as an Admin" "authoritative figure" "so don't teach me anything" — why? Instead of resigning, if you explain what you find so offensive, it could be avoided in the future.

Administrators aren't untouchable. If I make a bunch of racist comments on articles, I'll be banned just like anyone else. If I'm doing something wrong, I should be told about it so I don't keep making the same mistake - just like anyone else. An Administator is a contributor with additional buttons to press. It's a clean-up role. It doesn't make me (or anyone else) special, above the rules, above being banned or anything else.

Regarding your resignation; I won't demote you, I've no idea if Liliana will, either. There's nothing wrong with you as an Administrator, except the idea that nobody can give you advice because of your position. I struggle to see a single constructive thing you said in this entire section.

I won't ban you to give you a break to cool off. I won't demote you. I won't do anything. As said; if you want help with regard to applying to Wikia, I'll happily do anything I can. Nobody here hates you, thinks you're useless, or has anything negative feelings towards you. The "so don't teach me anything" stuff is simply a bit out there and hard to defend, that's all. So feel free to come back whenever.

For the record, if somebody says something negative about you, it's not inherently an attack. I could say "A F K doesn't edit a whole lot at the moment". That's not an attack on me. I didn't attack you a single time in that edit, I mentioned things relevant to you applying to Wikia (since you brought it up in that discussion). If I don't think you should, that's not an attack. Don't be so emotional (no, that's not an attack). A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 13:28, May 19, 2011 (UTC)

Glad to hear you're reconsidering :-)
I think there's been some confusion; could you quote what I said that you assumed was intended to mean that? If it's where I mentioned the date you registered this particular account, it was to provide context for when Molokaicreeper and I registered. It's not a competition; I was attempting to reinforce the point that all three of us have been here a while.
A few relevant quotes of mine [because putting things in context never hurts ;)]
  • You want to suggest them? Sure, go for it.
  • We value your input.
  • I'm not saying "you know nothing"; I'm saying "we're also experienced with Wikia" (underlining added now for emphasis, no change otherwise)
  • The two aren't mutually exclusive; all three of us having experience is more than possible
  • etc.
I'm sorry that you disliked the way I put you under scrutiny; the idea was to prepare you for when Wikia do that (because they do have a serious in-depth look at anyone who applies). Same with the questions. I don't know you well enough to comment on how likely your application would be to succeed; I merely spent some time bringing things to your attention so that you could be aware of them before applying, in the hopes that it would help you.
I'm not hear to offend you, drive you away, or anything of the sort. The whole point of wikis is that people build on each other's efforts; it does not necessarily have to be directly when editing, however.
I've learned a lot from my time editing wikis. I've learned some HTML, some CSS, some JS... wiki syntax... I've also learned tidbits of how to handle difficult situations, how to more clearly state my point, and how to deal with people; though that's an area I'm far from perfect in. I consider myself a student in all such regards, and likely ever will.
I'm not trying to tell you what to do, how to feel, etc. I'm just saying that the potential for learning here is extraordinary. I'm still learning; and that makes me enjoy my time here all the more.
It's not "I do this, so should you". It's "I'm doing this, consider it, and decide if you'd like to or not". The difference is, the first is an instruction, the second a recommendation, like "dude, Shaun of the Dead if epic, you should see it if you havn't already!" It's friendly and with the best of intentions. And that is a good movie ;)
I never said nor meant (or thought!) that you are a bad Administrator. If I were to guess at what it is I said that annoyed you, my likely response would be that wikia have thousands of people to choose from - some of who have been editing for about seven years now (I don't know about Liliana, but that rather trumps the two of us) - and they take on rather few voluntary staff members. Here's an interesting link. Charitwo probably botted a few of those, I'm sure a few of them were edits on all wikis (each wiki adding 1 to his edit count), etc., but... well, I suppose that's the standard that I personally see. It could be wrong; he surely has to be the extreme. But still... I think it's fair to say he's caught them all. (sorry)
I like you as a person and an administrator. That's why I'd rather you wait on submitting the application to learn a bit more - if you think it appropriate; again, I don't know you well enough to judge - if the alternative is your application being failed, you becoming disheartened, and losing interest in wikis. If I did not like you, and I thought you had anything less than a 100% chance of being hired, I'd egg you on then laugh at you when you get denied. That's not what I did; because I don't dislike you.
Sorry for the length. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 17:45, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
I am sorry to see that you were offended by AFK approach, but I can assure you he wasn't intending to make you quit. In Wikia we've all dealt with disputable topics. I received complaints about how I was doing my job in Wikianswers, specially when I was young in the wiki. Although some of the arguments left me very upset, I continued to improve my work. I tried to make it where even though I couldn't please everyone, I pleased the majority of people at least.
Apart from that, I am glad that you have the will and confidence to apply for staff work in Wikia, it's something I am sure most of us have considered one time or another. If you are considering such work, you should look around Wikia's Community Central where you can appreciate the work most of the staff does on a daily basis. I should also mention, staff are not necessarily treated fairly and with respect, and (for example) an approach like AFK's message would sound nice compared to how the users address staff there.
Sometimes I wish I could bury my past here in Wikia, I had really interesting encounters since I arrived. That one was one of the reasons why Wikia decided to eliminate the sidebar altogether! No sidebar = no widget... no more complaints about it. But I can tell you, I am a firm believer that in order to take care of a foot-callus, you do not go to the podiatrist so that he can cut your foot off! Not to mention I really liked the widget and miss it really badly.
In short, please don't leave. Remember that your real friends are the ones who will share constructive criticism with you, yet are the only ones who show up to save you when you're hanging from a cliff. You know how many times Misty and Ash argued to no end; they always remained friends. That's the way friendship should be, we are all friends after all. --Liliana (my talk). 19:50, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Be that as it may; we both have multiple accounts. ;) I'd imagine that's an account specifically created to shield their pre-Wikia identity. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 07:29, May 20, 2011 (UTC)
I think I vaguely recall hearing of it, however not being personally interested in anime to any great extent, it didn't affect me or the wikis I contributed to. Ummm, where's that link? :P
I was actually a great fan of Monaco, too. I was sorry to see it go (indeed, when Oasis went live as the default of all wikis, I stopped editing Wikia wikis until Liliana poked me about helping her to keep one or two in working order). A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 08:11, May 20, 2011 (UTC)

Admin Only Mass Message

Hallo! There is a forum post here that I'd like admins to take a look at when they get the chance. Replies/comments are appreciated but not needed, it will help in the overall maintenance of the wiki. Thanks! --Liliana (my talk). 05:56, May 25, 2011 (UTC)

Your opinion on this?

Hello, I'm one of the admins here in partnership with Molokaicreeper. I need a second opinion on this. A new contributor has been asking the same questions repeatedly in different ways. Although some of his questions are fine as they are, what do you think of it?

--Darkraivids (my talk page). 17:48, May 25, 2011 (UTC)

It seems like a good choice, thanks. I would have done the same, but I'm not very experienced with wikia. Me and Molokaicreeper were the first admins, from what I remember. Although I am an admin like you...I'm not cut out for this, so I usually like to help out as much as I can. Thanks again for that.

Darkraivids (my talk page). 19:20, May 26, 2011 (UTC)

Hello Arceus, about the block to this user, simply asking "too many questions" is not necessarily a reason to block. Unless of course the user exceeds an enormous amount of them, 20 or more at once. Still, it also depends on the questions; as this is a debatable subject. I see this person tried to fix spelling mistakes 3 times, that's not a reason to block either. I myself have misspelled a question 3 times in one or two occasions. Also, I can't find the exact place where Wikianswers has the answer about this subject but answering a question you asked yourself is not bad either. It's actually good every now and then to ask a few questions and answer them as well. So please reconsider your block on the user since he/she didn't use profanity or asked irrelevant things. --Liliana (my talk). 12:13, May 27, 2011 (UTC)
I had a similar opinion on it, but wasn't going to comment to avoid conflict, but since Liliana has done so, for the record I'm in complete agreement with what she has said here. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 02:02, June 4, 2011 (UTC)
I also expected some kind of response about this, and regret to say that you don't seem to want what's best for this wiki, due to your lack of interest to work with your fellow admins. --Liliana (my talk). 19:50, June 8, 2011 (UTC)
I also consider this an issue which will need to be addressed one way or another, for the record. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 03:48, June 10, 2011 (UTC)

Homepage change

I think that rather than laying focus on the homepage and change it so that it can look identical to the Pokemon Wiki, the wiki needs more patrolling and cleanup instead. The content of the homepage looks redundant somewhat with too many lines and the right column looks empty, specially when there are many answered/edited questions (now for example). I am not sure how the rest of the team will feel about this, but when it comes to changes to the homepage, it is something we all need to be happy about. I for example, brought up a forum post here in order to change the original design and I honestly believe that such changes should have been posted here for everyone to vote upon. --Liliana (my talk). 19:46, June 8, 2011 (UTC)

I'm a tad less hung up about this because it strikes me as the well-intentioned mistake of a novice (I know you'll take issue to that, but there's no way of raising the, true and accurate, point regarding experience that you would be okay with - which is more evidence of same, ironically).
I can not and will not attempt to speak for Liliana. For me, personally, you agreeing to leave Pokémon Answers - Wikia dealings to those with the Bureaucrat role would be a satisfactory conclusion. For a number of reasons. For one, Administrators are effectively janitors, while Bureaucrats are the leaders of the community (generally). For another, we're more experienced with Wikia. And also, it would avoid situations like this. What are your thoughts on this? (If unacceptable, I will be forced to explore alternative avenues of dealing with this. Not a threat. A heads-up.)
I am unaware of a single attempt by you to run an idea past a fellow Administrator. That is, quite frankly, damning in and of itself. Please address this. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 03:22, June 10, 2011 (UTC)

Pokémon Answers:Black Points has been deleted

I said why in the deletion summary. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have, and I'm prepared to discuss undeletion of the page with you. If you undelete it yourself without discussion running its course, I will ask Molokaicreeper to intervene.

At least some of that page was inappropriate, and creating it in the first place with no discussion was also inadvisable. A F K sig 2 A F K When Needed 03:28, June 11, 2011 (UTC)

24 hours


This page is littered with concerns that both Molokaicreeper and myself have raised. You've edited the wiki since we took the time to bring your attention to them; however you've failed to respond to a single one. That is an unacceptable level of irresponsibility for an Administrator, who is a representative of Pokémon Answers and our community.

I'm giving you 24 hours - you've had plenty of time already - to at least begin to responding to our concerns. It would be wise to realize we may have further issues that we have not yet brought to you in the hopes of not scaring you off. We've both been waiting for some sign of maturity; some suggestion that you're ready to put in some good, hard work and make an effort to get on with your fellow Administrators. We've waited, and we've seen nothing.

I'll be blunt. My hopes aren't high. You avoid discussions with other Administrators unless instructed to do so by Wikia. You implement whatever changes you like to Pokémon Answers, as you alone see fit. You've reacted in a volatile manner to others attempting to help you. None of this is conducive to working on the Admin Team, which you requested to join.

If you're ready to turn over a new leaf, I'd be glad to help. I can't speak for Molokaicreeper on that. However, currently your position as an Administrator is hanging by a thread. I would mention to you that, if you're serious about being a positive asset to the wiki for a long period of time, it would be most surprising and reassuring if you were to voluntarily surrender your Administrator flag, so that you could put in work and perhaps change our minds. If you did this, I wouldn't be surprised to see you back on the Admin Team inside of two months.

Just something which I would notice, and admire. Not a demand or in any way mandatory.

If I don't get a (satisfactory) response from you in 24 hours, I'll take it as read that your interest has moved on elsewhere. A F K sig A F K When Needed 15:10, June 28, 2011 (UTC)

Arceus, I noticed the response you left on AFK page. It is not fair to drag Jargoness into this. He/she is an admin who edited within the last year (I personally give my admins one year in which, if I notice their inactivity, I send them a message in their talk page whether they want to keep their rights). Anyone with 2 years of inactivity should be demoted immediately though. Meanwhile, an inactive admin is really not much harm to the wiki, but you have reacted in a very unpredictable way in several occasions, including one in which you blocked a user for one week, for asking "too many questions". I personally asked you to retrace your steps, to which AFK admitted to have suppressed himself to avoid your reaction. AFK shouldn't have to feel like that, but you have proven to be quite a temperamental person.
You abused your admin powers in a couple of occasions, unfortunately. This one for example you talked down at AFK when you didn't know that I had made him into a bureaucrat/admin:
  • "being administrators on other Wikis don't mean you are an administrator here and so, your opinion means squat"
And I say, EVEN if he WAS NOT an admin here and yet wanted to help clean up spam, HE has a voice and ANYONE who contributes in good faith in Pokemon Answers HAS a voice! That sentence screams "abuse-of-power" all over.
You were also a bit too arrogant in several other edits you made. We are all arrogant at times, I admit to have been arrogant once or twice, but you are arrogant almost all the time. I gave you the admin rights and I feel like you have let me down. I don't think your attacks at AFK are linked to him leaving the message above. It's a much bigger picture... The issue here is not two admins/bureaucrats that hate one another, the issue is that you do not take interest in improving the wiki (rather than improving the look of it and planning on running a few bots here and there), you do not seem to have enough experience to be an admin in a wiki and on top of that you do not work with your team -- You had quite a good mixture of problems in powder form, all you needed to do now was add the water: ignoring several attempts from BOTH bureaucrats requesting your attention in SEVERAL matters! Hey, we are not born taught. But adminship is a big responsibility in which you must agree to work with your fellow admin companions, to listen to the advice the bureaucrats can give, wander in the wiki long enough to learn how to deal with certain situations, etc. If you don't know much about the policies of Pokemon Answers you shouldn't just jump to make drastic changes (to elaborate on this, you misunderstood the 3 warning block policy and said it was a "3 mistakes and ban policy".
I find myself agreeing with AFK about the fact that you need to handle these situations in a more mature way. I'm not interested in going talk-page to talk-page looking for your input, and the messages we left that were ignored by you. But your talk page alone has more than enough evidence this forum is also helpful to which you didn't reply either. If you retrace your steps and find out what you did wrong you certainly have my respects, that doesn't mean that I will change my mind about demotion. AFK was nice enough to actually offer you a second chance in a near future, I wasn't too sure about that THEN you responded on his talkpage. Now of course, I'm conviced you never really cared for Pokemon Answers, you just wanted an admin badge and as far as I am concerned this is a permanent demotion. --Liliana (my talk). 04:16, June 29, 2011 (UTC)
"And you're not the boss of me, AFK."
"You're the noob in the Wiki, kiddo."
"So watch who you're talkin' to."
"And who are you to do that? My mother?? "
"And I really couldn't care less that my admin rights hang by a thread."
^You sound like a twelve year old. The staggering end to your message is...
"Which means you have a grudge against me."
Oh, and as for "being a noob"; I was an Administrator on a Wikia wiki by November 2009.
Which I daresay was far before you were ever made one. A F K sig A F K When Needed 07:49, June 29, 2011 (UTC)


At this point, there is really no point in continuing to delay this. You have responded in a very rude way, rather than addressing the points we asked you to examine. We gave you a couple of chances, there is nothing left to do. I certainly hate to take back what I've given, but the gift of adminship needs proper dedication, much like a plant needs water. To attack someone who is not here to defend himself (the admin Jargoness), is quite low as well. Feel free to discuss this demotion on the Watercooler forum. --Liliana (my talk). 04:45, June 29, 2011 (UTC)

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