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Candidate, please summarize why you are running for adminship below.
So here's my admin request. First, I've never caused any conflicts. Second, I'm on this wiki almost every day. Third, I HATE vandalism and the people who do it, so I could rollback, or if I SERIOUSLY had to, ...BAN. I'll let the admins decide the rest.
- You don't even have 50 edits. RickTommy 22:09, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- 100% legitimate support that is totally not fake - This user has proven himself to be a very <INSERT COMPLIMENT HERE> user. He should be an admin because he clearly knows what to do, even though he hasn't contributed a significant thing at all. His big ego must be backed by a clear history of good adminship on a Wiki that is completely relevant to our Wiki, community and policy wise.
4/10, plz comment OT. MegaTron1XD 22:10, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- Oppose First of all there isn't a lot of edits, second, most of the edits are just minor corrections. I just didn't see enough experience here. Most of the passed RfAs have been on this Wiki a lot longer than a year. It's great that your correcting grammatical errors, but what makes a great admin is someone who has work hard like improving dozens of pages. ZeldaStarfoxfan2164 (talk) is a never lover boy 22:15, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- You didn't sign your RfA. That alone should speak for itself. I won't even bother pointing out the rest of the problems with this RfA. We welcome your contributions, but it takes quite a bit more than just editing to become an administrator. DoctorPain99 22:38, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- Speedy Oppose - I really don't like using this link as it's demeaning, but WP:SNOW really describes your situation right now. While you may be a good-faith user who wants to contribute as much as possible to the wiki, adminship isn't necessary for that. You should first actively contribute as a normal user and take part in the community before you apply for higher positions. --Timson622222 (talk) 22:46, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- It takes more than just contributing to become an admin. You need to be active and contribute to the community, and if you make a noticeable impact, maybe you can retry. Also, there are problems with the RfA already stated above this vote.Berrenta (talk) 22:58, 19 July 2014 (EDT)
- Oppose Sorry. It looks like you have a long way to go to become an admin. In your main namespace, you have less than 100 edits. This means a user still learning the ropes of the wiki to gain more experience. As per above, you have to demonstrate and contribute to the community. It's great that you wanted to contribute as much as possible, but currently what I see is that your dreams of becoming an admin is an "illusion and not a reality". When you do have adequate amount of experience and contribution, you can come back and apply for high positions. Luigi540 (talk) 23:38, 19 July 2014 (EDT)