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Vandalism Any form of vandalism nets a permanent ban, while the first will likely result in about a 3 month block. The length of the punishment
will depend on how much has
changed on the vandalized page.
Yes
Multiple Account's Abusing multiple accounts Ban Yes
Underage User A user under 13. You know there a reason why Ban
or Block depending what age
Yes
Plagiarism In Pages Stealing from other wiki and sites Page Deleted
Waring
Yes
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