Administrators (Not all of them)
Username Message Wall Contributions Active? Date of Promotion
KMFStudios Message Wall Contributions Yes October 21st, 2020
KogaraAikoKun11 Message Wall Contributions Yes August 13th, 2020
MountWario Message Wall Contributions Yes June 2nd, 2020
Cg097 Message Wall Contributions Yes June 2nd, 2020
HippyDippyHoop6 Message Wall Contributions Yes June 3rd, 2020
Chilly Bean BAM! Message Wall Contributions No January 10, 2017
DaTenthGate Message Wall Contributions No February 15, 2019
VestaServal Message Wall Contributions No June 26, 2020
Yoshikoopa Message Wall Contributions No The beginning...

For a full list go here. This list was last updated November 29th, 2020. Remember when adding to the list go by promotion status, then alphabet (except for non-active admins, then it's just alphabet.)

Quick explanation

U wanna know what a bureaucrat/admin is? Lemme tell you: Some big cheese that bosses you around when you do bad things! Still don't get it? Fine, keep reading then......

An Administrator is basically a Content Moderator plus a Discussions Moderator, with the ability to block people as well as edit super advanced wiki stuff all rolled into one package. They are highly trusted members of the community with the tools, to revert spam and stop harassment, and prevent it.

Stuff exclusive to Administrator

  • Block users.
  • Grant and revoke both the Chat Moderator and Discussions Moderator rights.
  • Edit the community's skin and format.
  • Edit white-listed MediaWiki pages.

A Bureaucrat can make other users into bureaucrats or administrators on their own wiki. But they CANNOT TAKE BUREAUCRAT AWAY! So be careful... OR ELSE YOU WILL DIE! Bureaucrats ideally are people who can reboot the wiki in case something goes horribly wrong.

Bureaucrats can also give users the ability to "rollback" edits not made in good faith, as well as appoint new Content Moderators, Discussions Moderators, and Chat Moderators.

Content Moderators are users that are basically just an administrator, but without the social aspects. They're good for removing the spam that's already there, but not preventing it. Preventing it is the job of the administrator, and if a content moderator proves to be capable of the social aspect may be promoted.

  • Editing and moving fully protected pages.
  • Deleting and undeleting pages and files.
  • Editing and moving protected files.
  • Rollback.
  • Rename files.
  • Protecting and unprotecting pages.
  • Patrolling pages (nobody does that.)
  • Deleting article comments.

Discussion Moderators are the guys you can trust when discussions get out of hand, and can generally help answer your questions or redirect you to someone who can. Discussions moderators may not actually make pages, but if it's proven they can handle other responsibilities they may be promoted to Administrator.

  • Removing and restoring threads and replies by any user. *Limitations may apply.
  • Closing and reopening threads.
  • Manage Forum boards, and move threads from one board to another.
  • Moderating chat.
  • Deleting blog comments.
  • Editing and deleting article comments.

Nobody uses the chat anymore, just know that the Chat Moderators have full power over nothing but the chat. It is in within the realm of possibility that a user may promote someone else to Chat Moderator as a joke, as usually people use the forums and message walls. Promote chat moderators responsibly, though. Under UCP, Chat Moderators have gone away, however if some new user right shows up that'll replace this.

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Becoming Powerful

For you to become an administrator or have any kind of Promotion, someone with bureaucrat access must make you one. You can usually go to their talk page and request it there. Remember that administrators are content moderators who can block people (and who also have discussions moderator rights but that's not important.)

It's standard procedure when a new Administrator, Chat Moderator, Content Moderator, or Discussions Moderator, is added their name gets the appropriate color added in MediaWiki:Wikia.css. Bureaucrats additionally can have any color they want, but by default they're given the Administrator color. However nothing's stopping Administrators from adding custom colors to their name, however we ask for this to only be reserved for bureaucrats to make ourselves feel more special.

If there are no active bureaucrats, use the "Requests for adminship" page to nominate users to become admins or bureaucrats. Once a community decision has been reached (or if there is no active community to debate the decision), please leave a message at the wiki adoption requests page and Fandom Staff can provide the rights. THEN THATS TOO BAD! But that won't happen any time soon, so don't worry.

What can administrators not do?

Administrators should not use their administrator powers to settle editing disputes; for example, to lock a page on a version he or she prefers in an editing dispute that isn't vandalism. Administrator powers should be used to help keep the wiki clear of vandalism, spam, and users who make malicious edits, but not for simple disagreements between users acting in good faith. Ideally an admin shouldn't be considered "in charge". The ideal admin is just someone who is trusted to have a few extra buttons and to use them for the benefit of the UnAnything. So in other words, if someone edits a page and adds something you don't like, TOUGH LUCK! But of course things are complicated and so article disputes became an official thing.

My name has a color, and I'd wish not to have a color name

That's okay, just ask an Administrator or Bureaucrat who knows css to get rid of it.

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