Here it goes. A few days ago I was at the net-cafe and I didn't know what to do. Then I went to Wookieepedia to add some userboxes to my user page. I logged in and...BOOM! Blocked for "abusing multiple accounts". W H A ??? I didn't even know what that was. What are you people talking about? I never had other accounts! Why should I? I have no idea why I was blocked and what I ask for is:
- To be unblocked immediately
- To know how this happened
I am User:MisterObi1 and I didn't log in because if I did, I wouldn't be able to talk. And personally, I don't really think that Darth Culator is such a good administrator. He has done enormous mistakes in the past.—Unsigned comment by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs).
- Well, a quick look at your contribs indicates that you're a sockpuppet of User:Edgeorge23. But, anyway, you're not going about this the right way. Instead of starting a forum, demanding to be unblocked immediately and insulted the admin who blocked you, you should've done what the "blocked" window thingy (IIRC) says to do: email an administrator or join the IRC channel. -- AdmirableAckbar (Talk) 10:03, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
- What? Edgeorge23 is not me, it's my brother. We do not have the same computer, but the same IP. I have two other brothers who have been blocked as well, so a few days later I created one for me. I am actually the biggest SW fan in my family, but they showed me Wookieepedia. My computer is downstairs and my bro's computer is upstairs. User MisterObi1 has never been used by anybody else; I never told them the password!:P
- When multiple users using the same IP to repeatedly add unwanted info to the same article, it doesn't really matter if they're brothers. Anyway, there's no way to prove that you're brothers -- and, since you've all been rather disruptive in your edits, few are likely to believe it, I think. -- AdmirableAckbar (Talk) 17:08, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
- So I am blocked for adding unwanted info? I never did that. And I have never been warned. Now, what can I do to prove you my innocence? Nothing. Thanx a lot. This is how you kick users out. Well, to be honest, my brother is responsible for a few editings. He told me and I did it. And, with his account, I did some editings before. But forever? What's that for?—Unsigned comment by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs).
- Okay. Thanks a lot. But I really am planning to create a sockpuppet now. I will come back, just like Palpatine in DE. You cannot stop me. I have numerous IP adresses under my control.
- Edgeorge/Ob1, making threats to continue doing whatever it was which got you blocked to begin with will not help your case. Any registered username adding exactly the same content to Duel on Death Star II as the previously blocked usernames will be blocked. If we can tell the IP address (and your contributions to this forum thread give us two ranges), we can block the entire range. Personally, I don't want to do that. I suggest that if you feel that strongly about the content you want to add, you wait for your primary account to be unblocked and talk politely about your proposed changes on the talk page. And before blaming a brother/cousin/friend/etc., remember that if two separate accounts come from a similar IP and try to make exactly the same edits, we have no way of telling if it's a separate person or not. —Silly Dan (talk) 11:58, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
Why do you say that we did exactly the same editings while we didn't? I never added Edgeorge's deleted info. Whenever my info was deleted, I never put back the same things. And I am sorry if sharing IP addresses is so bad. I didn't mean to blackmail you people. But at least I want you to know that I still insist that I am not Edgeorge. I know it doesn't matter if I am or not, but I am no liar. Okay, I do not have to have an account as long as I am not a good editor. I can still be reading. Okay, I will never come back as an editor in anyway. You just did your job. I did what I wanted to do; the article is promoted in a good status. Thank you.—Unsigned comment by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs).