The following block review has been closed. The page has been protected and now serves as an archive. Do not edit this page.
User requesting review: BrickBot Date discussion closed: March 16, 2018 Result of discussion: Not passed.
In August, TheOneFootTallBrickWall's bot account, BrickBot, was infinitely blocked for being a non-bot administrator account. While this was a fair block, I believe that the account should be unblocked due to Brick disabling his main account in November with the intent of leaving FANDOM; however, Brick has returned to FANDOM (mainly CCC and a few other wikis) using his bot account as his main account. While he's not as active on FANDOM as he used to be, he does make the occasional visit now and then. Due to the account no longer being flagged as a bot, I think the previous reason is now invalid and with Brick's old account no longer being accessible, I see no reason as to why this account should be blocked anymore.
Support - Is SpongeBot678 an unauthorized bot? Just because someone has bot in their username doesn't mean it's a bot. Even if BrickBot was a bot when Brick's main account was created, Brick's main is user choice disabled, so his alt accounts become his main account. The most expensive boss, Alex.sapre (talk) 02:00, March 9, 2018 (UTC)
Oppose - Brick has shown absolute disregard and held grudges against several users. On several occasions, he has dragged drama from outside of the wiki into the wiki in attempts to get that user in trouble. I believe he shouldn’t be unblocked because of this. DanzxvFan8275 (M•C•U•E) 13:47, March 8, 2018 (UTC)
Comment - That fact is irrelevant to my vote. If I’m going to vote on a block review, I’m going to go beyond the reasoning and look into their edits and behavior if that’s not the main reasoning. By your logic, it would be okay to unblock a user who had an unacceptable username but renamed it (that being the reasoning) but the reasoning that they spammed or something like that wouldn’t make for valid opposition. DanzxvFan8275 (M•C•U•E) 11:53, March 9, 2018 (UTC)
Comment - Should he really be blocked infinitely for that? People have brought drama on the wiki before but they weren't blocked forever. Also, grudges aren't really block worthy either. They're not even against the policy. You can have a grudge against someone and still be polite to them on the wiki. While it's bad to hold grudges, if it doesn't affect a person's behavior, does it really matter? The most expensive boss, Alex.sapre (talk) 14:27, March 10, 2018 (UTC)
Oppose - Per Dan. Sorry to Brick, but his Reputation Wiki he made in October was very attention-seeking and caused way too much drama. While I feel bad for what he's gone through, nobody needs to make a whole wiki to tell people what they think of others. In fact, ICANHASCOOKIE has done this before, although his wikis were deleted. He also put this beforehand saying we should wait until "October 18, 2017" before telling us about that wiki. If AustinD-3 got blocked permanently for trolling when he made that blog, why should Brick go Scot-free? Ɔ • W • blɿoWɘʜTxoЯɘƨɘɘʜƆ 20:13, March 8, 2018 (UTC)
Oppose - Philly makes some great points. Plus its just that if you have a name with bot it should be a bot on this wiki otherwise its trolling. Jodan111(T•B•C•E) 01:35, March 8, 2018 (UTC)
Comment - I'm just saying that anybody with the name bot with their regular usernames for example Jodan111Bot. You may not call that as trolling but its still against the rules. Jodan111(T•B•C•E) 05:14, March 8, 2018 (UTC)
Comment - Brick's original account was disabled (he removed it). That makes his bot account his main account. SpongeBot678 has a name with "bot" in it, and he's an administrator. The most expensive boss, Alex.sapre (talk) 14:27, March 10, 2018 (UTC)
Comment - Speaking of blogs, I recall that no one cared when TrevorOntario719 did one of those. If people were okay with him doing so, why can't Brick do so? To those who will likely say "just because one person did it doesn't mean it's okay for others to do it," I completely agree. Which is why it's okay that Brick did it because it doesn't seem to be against the rules (or Trevor and Brick would have been warned and had their blogs removed). Even if it is against the rules, maybe Brick didn't think it was because Trevor did it and he wasn't punished at all. The most expensive boss, Alex.sapre (talk) 02:00, March 9, 2018 (UTC)