The following is a list of editors who have proved themselves worthy of earning positions of prestige in the database. Such positions are awarded to those who continually show that they are willing to create and write in-depth articles, cover a scope of a project, and/or revert vandalism.

Staff cannot be added, removed, or re-added without the permission of a currently active staff member.


Administrators are able to block vandals, delete files, lock pages, rollback vandalism and move images. There are two types of Administrators: Sysops, able to do all of the tasks listed, and Bureaucrats, able to perform all tasks listed as well as change the rights of a user. Administrators with a gold asterisk next to their name are also Bureaucrats.


Hi, my name is Pinkachu, and I'm a member of the Community Development Team, specializing in Games. I'm here to help this community grow by fostering engagement and making the wiki more accessible for all users. I may also be here to help out with more in-depth design and content. Feel free to stop by my talk page and say hello!


Moderators are users who have been granted additional rights by bureaucrats. Though they are equal to other users in terms of editorial responsibilities, they are especially trusted to keep articles and files in good maintenance and safe from vandalism and bad-faith edits. Moderators are able to rollback consecutive edits to a previously better revision, move articles without being suppressed by spam restrictions, move files to new names, as well as suppress redirects from being created after pagemoves.

Retired and Inactive Staff

Please visit this page to see all of the retired staff who worked hard to make the wiki what it is today.