There's an account on here named SapphireSongz with a capital S but that's my account too lel
I don't think anyone is my imposter on AJ
I'm not that user Lel
Lol, check out what I did to their profile
I never said it was wrong. In fact I said that because it's cool that we're catching up to a wiki!
I know this is off topic, but do you guys realize we have 235 pages and the AJPW Item Worth Wiki has 335?
No, sorry. This wiki doesn't have much in common with Animal Jam.
Sorry had to unfollow. This is clogging my notifications.
I know this is sort of old but I just want to point out that their username is not appropriate for little kids who could be viewing this wiki.
I'm neutral, but more leaning towards oppose.
(oofie this is the second big rant I've done. the first one is on the tokka page.
There are some good things and bad things. Good things: is that the wiki has something to do with trusting and scamming, and I can totally see why it could be partners with this wiki; both wikis have the same idea: stopping scamming. (This wiki stops scamming by alerting people which jammers scam, the other wiki stops scamming by telling people which jammers would be the best option to trust your items with.)
Bad things: this wiki is entirely new. There's only about 15 pages. Maybe we should become partners once the wiki becomes more well known? Maybe at 50 pages (slight chance) 75 pages (increased chance) or 100 pages (good chance) we should be partners with this wiki. Another bad reason is that some of the people on that wiki might be... fake? It's very easy for someone to walk up to an admin for that wiki and say, "I'm super trustworthy!" and give a bunch of fake examples. But they are really on there to have people give them their stuff, thinking they are trustworthy just like the wiki says, and end up getting scammed. Maybe the staff there should test them to see if they would scam or not? However this is risky because they could loose their items. They should at least provide evidence that they actually won't scam on the jammers' pages.
To sum this up, I'm going neutral. More leaning towards oppose than support.