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Implord

aka Leon MCP

Controller of Fears One who understands the Fears
  • I live in Lower Saxony
  • I was born on August 18
  • My occupation is Student
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  • We have important matters that all admins need to discuss in relative privacy. https://discord.gg/A6Uw8zY

    I know you said you don't use your account much, but this is kind of urgent in regards to the wiki

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  • Screenshot 20200809-193540 Duolingo

    Is this, like, a common phrase or something?

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  • hey....do you still believe in slenderman? Me and my friend need some help. shes being followed by him and shes seen him too. we need some advise and stuff (only if you actually believe in him, call me crazy if u want idc but yea, only if u care what i gotta say)

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  • So, saw you banned a user named Jeminemily. She used to be a regular round these parts. Ngl, it was hilarious to see how she got herself in trouble.

    By the by, you did the right thing, I just find the fact that it even happened to be funny.

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    • Yeah, I saw she used to be active. It's unusual for former regulars to behave like this.

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    • Implord wrote:
      Yeah, I saw she used to be active. It's unusual for former regulars to behave like this.

      I agree, but one is responsible for their own actions.

      Inciting cyberbullying is a rather shameful idea on her part.

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    • Agreed.

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  • The username was HEXX MANIA

    You probably noticed him necroposting over the course of a single day along with several blog posts that were just basically violations of the Stating Fake rule. I ultimately did a 24 hour ban on said user over the stating fake rule and decided to tell them not to necropost (especially on an admin message) and to stop making false hyperlinks.

    The responsses I got to my post are very poorly worded. I can barely tell what the person is saying, but I did notice the threat to post this all on youtube. As such, if you're contacted by this user, they are not to be unbanned for threatning an admin.

    https://theslenderman.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:116082

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    • Got it. I deleted their meme-ladden blogs for the same reason (Stating fake).

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  • I love you deutschland <3 and polska.

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  • Hello, I want to request to be a temporary discussion-mod because I will disable my account, maybe next month and I want to 'hide' my data (threads, personal info and comments) from other members, under GDPL law (Brazilian Law). When I finish this I will ask to remove my rights, maybe in just 1-2 days.

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    • I know I'm not Implord, and I'm sorry for busting in here, but

      1) Only bureaucrats can grant/revoke Content Mod ("normal" Admins can only control Chat/Discussion Mod), you might want to see Fobarimperius about that;

      2) You need Discussion Mod to delete threads and comments. Content Mod alone doesn't let you do that, they can only nuke pages. So perhaps Discussion Mod is what you're looking for instead.

      3) I think Fandom Staff might have the tools to do purges like this, so maybe ask them?

      In any case, what I personally suggest you do is either a) ask Fandom Staff, or b) Ask Discussion Mod so you can delete your comments/threads and have an admin nuke your userpage.

      Do keep in mind tho that both the Fandom Staff and many local wiki admins do not endorse completely wiping all traces of your Fandom lifetime. Staff, here and global, are actually likely to decline. They instead endorse that you simply close your account but let your threads and comments remain intact, especially if they were important to a certain cause. So unfortunately, I actually doubt that completely nuking all traces of your existence on Fandom is possible, to be frank.

      Hope this helps.

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    • Withersoul 235 wrote: I know I'm not Implord, and I'm sorry for busting in here, but

      1) Only bureaucrats can grant/revoke Content Mod ("normal" Admins can only control Chat/Discussion Mod), you might want to see Fobarimperius about that;

      2) You need Discussion Mod to delete threads and comments. Content Mod alone doesn't let you do that, they can only nuke pages. So perhaps Discussion Mod is what you're looking for instead.

      3) I think Fandom Staff might have the tools to do purges like this, so maybe ask them?

      In any case, what I personally suggest you do is either a) ask Fandom Staff, or b) Ask Discussion Mod so you can delete your comments/threads and have an admin nuke your userpage.

      Do keep in mind tho that both the Fandom Staff and many local wiki admins do not endorse completely wiping all traces of your Fandom lifetime. Staff, here and global, are actually likely to decline. They instead endorse that you simply close your account but let your threads and comments remain intact, especially if they were important to a certain cause. So unfortunately, I actually doubt that completely nuking all traces of your existence on Fandom is possible, to be frank.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks for this I'll contact them.

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    • Withersoul 235 wrote: I know I'm not Implord, and I'm sorry for busting in here, but

      1) Only bureaucrats can grant/revoke Content Mod ("normal" Admins can only control Chat/Discussion Mod), you might want to see Fobarimperius about that;

      2) You need Discussion Mod to delete threads and comments. Content Mod alone doesn't let you do that, they can only nuke pages. So perhaps Discussion Mod is what you're looking for instead.

      3) I think Fandom Staff might have the tools to do purges like this, so maybe ask them?

      In any case, what I personally suggest you do is either a) ask Fandom Staff, or b) Ask Discussion Mod so you can delete your comments/threads and have an admin nuke your userpage.

      Do keep in mind tho that both the Fandom Staff and many local wiki admins do not endorse completely wiping all traces of your Fandom lifetime. Staff, here and global, are actually likely to decline. They instead endorse that you simply close your account but let your threads and comments remain intact, especially if they were important to a certain cause. So unfortunately, I actually doubt that completely nuking all traces of your existence on Fandom is possible, to be frank.

      Hope this helps.

      And I don't want to delete them, I just want to hide them. I deleted many threads and I can still find them.

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    • Sorry for not answering in time, myself. University is being surprisingly stressful, considering it's an online semester.

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  • Why does German have so many different word for "the" ?!? Why does it matter which one I use?!?! It's killing me, Implord!!!

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    • Honestly, "You are children" isn't necessarily incorrect, if unlikely to be used as a sentence.

      In German, there are two "you"'s: "Du" and "Sie". 'Du' is colloquial and 'Sie' is formal, so you'd say "Du" to a friend, but you'd adress your supervisor with "Sie". In an overly formal environment, in which children are adressed with 'Sie', which would be highly unusual outside of Boarding Schools in television, "Sie sind Kinder" could be a sentence to inform a group of children of their status of underaged humanoids. (In our school, the teachers had to ask us wether they could still use 'you' when we reached eleventh grade!) And 'are' would still be correct because when someone is adressed as 'Sie', the grammar essentially treats them with Third Person Plural. "Sie sind mein Lehrer." = "You are my teacher." "Du bist mein Freund." = "You are my friend."

      If not at the start of a sentence, the 'Sie' that means 'you' is easier to spot because that version of Sie is written with a capital 'S' ('du' is not written with captial 'D' unless at the start of the sentence!), whereas the versions that mean 'she' or 'they' are written with 's'. "Ich habe Sie gesucht." = "I've been looking for you." "Ich habe sie gesucht." = "I've been looking for her/them."

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  • Hey, Imp.

    I'm going to need you to delete the page for The Chaser (2020). It's pretty much against the rules here and I'm moving on to a new project, which has yet to be announced. Thanks, and I hope you've been doing well. 

    -SD

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    • Done.

      And I am fine, so far. I'm more worried about you guys.

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  • So I was researching and found out that The Pages in the Slenderman games were based off of Alex's Crazed writing and the fact that the Marble Hornets crew worked together to make Slender the Arrival as well as them both taking place in Alabama I had a theory: Is Marble Hornets in the same Universe as the Slenderman games. I did more research and I have a lot of evidence BUT there are one BIG THING that shreds this theory in half: Slenderman is not the Operator. But as I dug around some more I noticed that Rosswood park and the Slenderman map look VERY similar. So who knows maybe they have some kind of tag-team thing. BUT HEY THATS JUST A THEORY! A MYTHOS THEORY! THANKS FOR DEALING WITH THIS WIKI WE ALL REALLY APPRECIATE YOU!

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