User talk:ShaQ

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"Warrior moved to Windspider Warrior: I am fed up and sick of this guy trying to act special, trying to act like a mod, and will now move this to the applicable spot."

Ok, first of all, its Wolfspider, not Windspider. Second, I'm not trying to act special, and I am a mod on other various wikis, so I know that its necessary to keep pages named the right way, and how to keep things running smoothly. Lastly, you move mine the same way I moved other people's, then put your guide on the Warrior page. Nice job. I'm gonna move mine to the right page, then I'll move yours, and I don't want to hear that kind of crap again. Totally uncalled for. -- Wolfspider 05:04, 24 December 2005 (CET)

Stop being stupid. The Warrior guide is from, and rightfully deserves to be on MapleWiki's official guides until a better guide is named by a mod. I don't want to hear crap from you again, either.

Wait, so you submit Wizet's work (plagiarism) and hope for it to win? Meanwhile you destroy my entry (vandalism) and act like a mod (backseat modding) Then, later you tell me that you moved it because I can't post my guide as the official one and you post your plagiarised one there (hypocrism). Wow! You've made four offences with one of them punishable by law!--Danelkayam 16:23, 24 December 2005 (CET)

Pfft. Reasonably, no. If you can see, there is just about no references to me on that guide. Second of all. It wasn't vandalized since the owners are still the owners and it hasn't been moved off of MapleTip boundaries. Third of all. Your guide wasn't destroyed, just de-authorized.


n 1: a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work 2: the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own [syn: plagiarization, plagiarisation, piracy]


  1. The practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness.
  2. An act or instance of such falseness.


  Willful or malicious destruction of public or private property.

That definition can fit all I did except one: I didnt claim it for my own, see that my only credit is modifying it into Wiki form.

1. Hypocrisy doesnt fit at all since I only put the MapleTip's authorized guides on MapleWiki until further notice or authorization claims a better guide.

2. Vandalism also doesnt fit, since no destruction was done.

You did claim it for your own. You expected to win the contest with it. And you're a hypocrite since you told me not to put up my guide as the official one and put up yours instead. The contest was to make a guide, not copy one.

How many times do I have to say that wont count for the contest anyway? Besides, before the Wiki went down the official guides were on MapleWiki, just bringing Wiki back to what it was before it went down.