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Blocking Policy

In Cases of Vandalism

For information on what qualifies as Vandalism, see: Danganronpa Wiki:Vandalism.

  • First offence: A warning will be given on the editor's message wall by an Administrator, Content Moderator or Rollback. If the warning is ignored, the editor will be blocked for up to one week. In severe cases, the editor may be automatically blocked for a week or longer (depending on the severity of the vandalism) before a warning is given to prevent further offences. If the user wishes to dispute a claim, they may contact an Administrator.
     
  • Second offence: If the editor returns to vandalism after their first ban has expired, the editor will be given a block for 6 months - 1 year (depending on the severity).
     
  • Third offence: If the editor returns to vandalism after their second ban has expired, the editor will be blocked permanently.

NOTE: Any user found removing warnings from their message wall will incur a 1 week block.

Other Bannable Offenses

The length of the block, or in some cases permanent ban, will depend on the severity of the offence. Blockable offenses include, but are not limited to:

  • Breaking any part of the Wikia Terms of Use or the Danganronpa Wiki User Agreement.
  • Harassment, intimidation, or impersonation of another editor or staff member.
  • Posting pornographic, homophobic, racist, or otherwise deliberately offensive material.
  • Unauthorized use of bots or auto-editing programs.
  • Sock-puppetry, and using secondary accounts to evade bans.
  • Using our Wiki to discuss disputes from other Wikis or as a ban-evasion tactic, particularly as a means to intimidate another Wiki's staff into unbanning you. If you have an issue with Administrators from another wiki, take it to their message wall on Community Central.

It should not be assumed that just because a rule is not specifically listed in our guidelines, it is not potentially a warnable or bannable offence. The admins of Danganronpa Wiki assume that editors are working in Good Faith, and initial first offenses that occur outside of our specific ruleset will be assumed to be a genuine mistake (unless it is a ToS break), but further offenses are considered to break the Good Faith assumption and will be handled with a warning or ban based on the mod's discretion.


If an editor wishes to dispute a claim, they may contact an Administrator.