Blocking is the method by which administrators prevent users from editing the Kung Fu Panda Wiki. Blocks on this wiki are used in favor of the site to prevent unnecessary damage or disruption, not merely to punish users. Rather, blocks are sometimes used as a deterrent, to discourage whatever behavior led to the block and encourage a productive editing environment.
With every action, there is a consequence. Administrators of this wiki will apply the following blocking policy to any user who violates the policies and guidelines specified on this site.
Administrators reserve the right to alter the occurrence and severity of the block based on the level and type of vandalism.
1 week block
1 month block
3 month block
Banned (infinite block)
Note: In the case of a block evasion, the block duration will be reset instead of counted as an additional offense; though if block evasion continues, the block duration can be extended.
Users with temporary blocks may appeal to their block by making a statement via the wiki's email (email@example.com), or on their own message wall, to which all non-banned users are granted the freedom to use.
Should this freedom be abused, administrators reserve the right to disable it for that user.
Unless the reasoning is credible or there's been a mistake, the user may or may not be released from their block according to the discretion of the addressed administrator. Nevertheless, making a statement will provide future credibility after the user has been released from their block, to which their edits will be taken instead as good faith rather than continued misbehavior.
Except in cases of unambiguous error, administrators should not undo other administrators' blocks without prior discussion.
Requesting a block
Any user may request a block to an administrator for major incidents of vandalism or other performances of disorderly conduct.
Please supply credible evidence of the circumstances that warrant a block. Administrators are not obliged to place a block simply by request. Contrary, administrators are highly encouraged to investigate the situation themselves first before placing a block.