Possible vandalism

Information icon.png Hello. One of your recent contributions to the page Wildy Owns1 has been reverted because it appeared to constitute vandalism. Please do not vandalise RuneScape Players Wiki pages. If you think this was a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on my talk page. . Kent Knifen (talk) 11:05, September 28, 2016 (UTC)

RE:Twitter:RE:Possible Vandalism

link to Twitter:RE:Possible Vandalism found here.

I am aware of the current rulebreaking accusations against ReturnOfWilderness. However, these are exactly that - accusations. As I am not a Jmod, I cannot confirm if any rulebreaking occurred. The Runescape Players Wiki does not allow for unconfirmed accusations (Referred to on the Runescape Forums as "Name n Shame") of rulebreaking against other players. If the player whom this concerns was banned or given some form of punishment by Jagex and there was a means of confirming this, then the mention of rulebreaking could exist on the page - but with more emphasis on the player being punished for the offence, not the offence itself as that could be seen as glorifying rulebreaking.

So to summarize, the Runescape Players Wiki doesn't allow "name and shame" type edits unless it's been confirmed in some way (Example: Durial321). Kent Knifen admin (talk) 14:49, October 1, 2016 (UTC)

link to Twitter response found here.

I am aware of that video, having seen a tweet about it from a community-run crime tracker Twitter page. I can't seem to find his account on the hiscores anymore, which does indicate that he may have been banned. I am willing to compromise here a little, in that I'll agree to adding the page to the category for banned players, with a short sentance being added to the page saying he was banned recently (giving an estimated date of course) for serious rulebreaking. Let me know if that sounds fair to you. Kent Knifen (talk) 23:02, October 1, 2016 (UTC)

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