The Stepford County Railway Wiki has created some policies to help creating an open and welcoming community. As the wiki aims to provide an objective and helpful resources about Stepford County Railway, we ask all users to follow these policies. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to our staff team.
Please remember this is an editable wiki, which means that anyone who has had a Fandom account for a few days can edit the information. This wiki is not run by the Directors, although we do have some staff members of SCR working with us, they are not here on official business.
We do try to keep information as accurate as possible, if you find any false information, feel free to edit it or tell a staff member.
- Age restrictions → All users must be 13 or older. In California and the EEA (excluding the UK), the minimum age is 16.
- Agreeing to not abuse, harass, threaten and/or intimidate other Fandom users.
- Not posting any written, visual, or symbolic content that is obscene, pornographic, abusive, offensive, profane or otherwise violating any law or right of any third party. It may also not encourage criminal conduct, contain slurs/hate speech, dog whistles and/or incitement of violence.
- Do not attempt to impersonate another user or person
- Do not post content designed to obtain any account or private information of any Fandom user.
- Do not post spam.
- Do not post advertisements or solicitations of business.
- Not circumventing or interfering with security-related features, including blocks.
- Not vandalising pages.
A full list of rules can be found on our Code of Conduct page. Policy-specific rules can also be found on the policy page of the topic.
The SCR Wiki has three different severities for offenses: minor offenses, major offenses and severe offenses.
- Minor offences are punished with a warning.
- Major offences are punished using a temporary block.
- Severe offences are punished through in(de)finite blocks.
We have a system of warnings. When a warning is issued to an account, it will expire after three months. Unlike warnings, blocks do not have a set time when they expire. The length of blocks depends on the block reason and can range from one week to infinite.
Users may also get blocked for reaching three non-expired, valid warnings. The length of these blocks depend on the amount of previous blocks. If an account gets blocked for having three active warnings with no previous blocks, the block will last for one week. With one previous block, a one-month block will be issued and with two or more previous blocks, an infinite block will be issued. Please note that for this rule, all previous blocks are considered except blocks for being underage.
To report moderators, please contact an admin or bureaucrat. To report admins, please contact a bureaucrat. To report bureaucrats, please contact another bureaucrat to help. DO NOT bring it to the discussions, pages, comments, or anywhere else on the wiki.
If a sufficient amount of time has passed between unacceptable edits, an Administrator or Bureaucrat may choose to block for a shorter duration, or just issue a warning. There is no hard set rule for dealing with this, administrators and above should use their best judgement or ask fellow staff.
Warnings also automatically expire after three months, as explained in the Punishments section above.
Users cannot be blocked, warned, or otherwise punished for rule violations that occurred more than 2 weeks ago, however they may be sent a reminder message to tell them that it isn't and why it isn't allowed.
Policies & resources
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