Hi, sorry to bug you again but this guy is being difficult.
This user, DavidBrennan99 left a message on my wall. I don't know who this guy is or why he left it on my wall. Not to mention, he's been leaving several comments on the Varian page that almost say the exact same thing.
I don't know if this guy is trolling or spamming but could you get him to stop?
I am a Wiki Developer here on FANDOM. I am also the leader for the Wikia tours and I'd be interested if this community would like to implement the project here. The wikia tour is basically a tour a new user can take to get a brief overview of the wiki. I will list out some examples of tours:
This program is under development. It's been discontinued but I'm having a go at trying to see if it can be useful on especially large communities like this and if it can potentially be re-instated as an official plugin hosted by FANDOM.
Hi, sorry to interrupt whatever important thing you might be doing but I think we might have a sockpuppet problem.
I think user:LouisRider1994 might be a sockpuppet. This user keeps frequenting the same pages as User:Dliw Htrivamd and making the same changes and inserting false information about characters from Tangled: The Series.
Plus, this user is a member of the villains wiki like Dliw Htrivamd and goes on the Varian page constantly like he/she does. I know this because I'm also a member of that wiki because I like villains. And today, I was on the Villain wiki and made an edit to the Varian page and commented, "Updated since my last visit" That made me suspicious because she just joined the villain wiki today.
I don't know for sure but they might be the same person.
I noticed your recent activity to protect the Mickey Mouse page. You put on a infinite protection that only Admins and Content Mods can access. I should point out there are three protection settings.
All Users Allowed
Block new and unregistered users
Administrators and Content Moderators.
"Block new and unregistered users" will keep users who are new and unregistered from accessing the page in question but will still allow standard users who are already registered to access. This is handy against sockpuppets and vandals without having to unfairly lock out the rest of the community. "Administrators and Content Moderators" is only used to protect our sensitive articles, articles on upcoming topics and sometimes against vandals, but this is only considered a last resort if the second setting is bypassed or ineffective. The settings shouldn't be permanent. I set the second setting to either six months, a year, or permanent, depending.