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Rule #1: Follow Canon! — What is Canon? By definition, it is the body of works considered genuine or official within a fictional universe. For example, Bungie and 343 Industries have officially stated that there were only twelve Halos. So, face the facts and try not to be stupid enough to create another Halo, otherwise it may be tagged and namespaced.
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During my time as a member of Halo Fanon I have learnt a lot about fanon and how it works. I have created policy obeying articles and have written some well rated work too, which has had really good feedback. I carry on delivering good fanon with every new article, which I make.
My level of English is also very high. I can write originally and creatively and I do it well too. I have had positive responses to my work and I often tend to create fanon, which links other user’s work together. This level of writing and imagination will be useful for me if I become an admin, as I would be hosting RP’s and helping people with their stories or projects.
Policies are important for any fan fiction site. They bring the level of imagination and freedom to a suitable stage, where users can embellish others work and appreciate the site’s fair and appropriate fanon. However with new users and media being added into the Halo universe, sometimes people break the level of suitable work. God Modding is a major problem in lots of fan fiction sites and I believe that it was one, which needed addressing, a few months ago.
Many users agreed but I stepped forward and offered to spend a lot of time to make a sustainable policy, which everyone would obey and most importantly agree with. I created this new policy and a new separate template instead of the old NCF template, which was too vague. This has really helped a lot of articles, which were God Modded, and I’ve got great feedback from many users about my efforts.
But it hasn’t stopped there. If you vote for me, then I can further this and work a lot harder with the community to generate new policies, which will boost the site’s popularity and high standards. Not only can I create policies, and help with the development of them, but I can follow them through and use them appropriately. This is an important part of Halo Fanon, and with your support I can advance it so much more for the benefit of the community and you.
As an admin, you would have to lead and show a high level of work in your leadership. I have been praised over the years for my natural ability to lead groups of people and deliver great results. On an online basis, this doesn’t change. Back in January of this year I requested a wiki for the game Burnout Paradise.
I have been committed to the site and have made it look really individual and contributed a lot of work to its success. As it has grown to be so successful over the last eight months, we have recently decided to expand the site so it would cover all Burnout games. I have helped the community through the early stages of the expansion well and I have organised many changes, which will be implemented in the near future.
As an admin I can deal with serious issues very well and with appropriate action too. I know in the past I have sometimes made mistakes in the way that I deal with matters. However I have learnt from this and with the responsibilities of being an admin I can resolve issues extremely well and appropriately. I’ve shown that I can do this and if I am made an admin I will carry on helping the community during rough times.
Finally if you have any questions that you want to ask; if you are stuck or wondering about something, then I’ll be here to give you advice and answer your questions the best I possibly can. I’m always ready to help and if I can’t answer your question, as well as you need, then I know users who will be able to help you. I will guide you to them and make sure that your problem or question is solved or answered.
I’m also very honest and constructively critical about other user’s fanon. Whether it’s breaking policies or well written then I’ll give useful feedback. I believe that feedback is important and, before I addressed the issue, people only really commented on other user’s work if it was breaking policies or rules.
However I did something to make the talk page a kinder place to read. I introduced the feedback template to ensure that people criticised fanon more positively, than they had previously done. This has made more people happy and appreciative of other user’s work, around the site, and it is down to me that this new positive attitude has developed.
Thanks for spending your time reading this, I greatly appreciate it. Now all you need to do is vote. If you want an admin that is kind and helpful; then vote for me. If you want an admin that can joke but still take serious issues seriously; then vote for me. If you want an admin that creates high standard work, which benefits other people’s fanon too; then vote for me. Overall if you want a great admin to make this site, and its fanon, better in loads of beneficial ways; then vote for me. Thank you so much for your time; I hope you make the right decision in voting for me.