Hey Holroy, I have a question. So, I haven’t been on Wikia in general for about 3 days, so I’m kind of behind. I want to help edit here, but I’m not sure where to start. Is there anything in particular you want me to try to help with?
1. Though I'm not an expert and not the most technical person, I am familiar, and know the basic functions of resource and behavior packs.
2. Again, I'm not an expert, but I am familiar with templates, such as data and infoboxes.
3. I do I have Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat accounts and I'm able to search around social media rather well. Of course, it depends on the subjest matter and what I'm looking for.
I will admit, though I have been doing research on the technical aspects of Minecraft Bedrock (as obviously, some functions are different to Java), I still have some learning to do. But am good at editing; spotting mistakes, updating, ETC. And I am able to seach social media.
"The staff of the MCPE Wiki are proving really annoying right now. Can they use their brains for anything? The devs don't the need to spell every single thing out for you guys, you can make a few very logical assumptions!"
"No, but Red and Holroy seem to be absolute idiots and don't know how to use their brains. When the devs confirm that 1.3=Update Aquatic, I will gloat about this to them. When I eventually become an Admin, I will allow assumptions to be made, like I will make on the PC Wiki."
"Like I said to you before, I bet I could make a sockpuppet account right now, it could become an Admin, and they wouldn't know it was me, even after dropping many hints."
The shoeing on the Discord site is supposed to be used to allow the shoed user a chance to explain their actions. It should now been fixed so that Mods and Wiki Staff are able to shoe users, using the command !!role @username +shoe.
On one of your recent comments, you put a _like this_ as an underline, or emphasis, and I'm not sure if you knew, but I'm pretty sure you do know, but you know you can bold and italicize in the comments section too, right? You can use _this_ too, but I'm just saying. Anyway, Happy Trails.