This wiki has gone through a rather odd period lately. We've had unrest, demotions, ineffective leaders, and trolls. Lots and lots of trolls. However, we are a community, contrary to what some may think, and the community has a right to choose its own leaders.
The one in question: Scrawland Scribblescratch
Although he was hailed as a hero (somewhat) after Tesla was removed from power, Scrawland is anything but a hero. He rules with no empathy, and many have found him to be too harsh
1. "A Good Asshole"
There is no such thing. Scraw has been terribly nasty to many users, prompting them to make the dreaded leaving blogs, or hold a grudge against the wiki. He has used racial slurs, homophobic remarks, and called a user's behavior "not human". No one in the position of administrator should treat users poorly on a regular basis. Keep in mind, admins are the ones who are supposed to represent the wiki. Is this what you want?
2. "Temporary" Adminship
Why is Scraw still an admin? Wasn't his adminship supposed to be temporary? I must've missed the memo. Oh that's right. I didn't. Scraw was appointed as an admin temporarily to fix some coding issues on the wiki. The only problem? He hasn't done that. In fact, he has not made any huge changes to the coding at all. All he did was change the wiki colors which anyone could do. Anyone. His empty promises have done no good for the wiki, and the community.
3. His way or the high way
Have you ever gotten into a fight/argument with Scraw? How did it end? Were you called something personal? Were you kicked/banned from chat? Were you ignored while getting the response of plz? Scraw can't handle having things not go his way. Whenever something doesn't go as planned for him, he blows a gasket. I'm pretty sure everyone has seen this happen at least once. An admin with no tolerance for others, is not a good admin.
The first step to restoring balance to the wiki is removing ineffective, unkind "leaders' like Scraw. It may be a bit of a painful process, but I assure you it'll all be worth it in the end. Now, time for the polls.