Edit for a long (read:LONG) time, and be an expert enough editor that you earn the respect of the current admin/mod team. That said, we have a solid amount of admins and mods and are not looking to promote anyone right now.
they weren't meaningless (actually kind of were now that i realize) but since when was it against the rules to be curious? how did my edits count as "bad" the degasi base one which is an article I CREATED because there wasn't one, and there isn't much on it
If you would rather not think about what you want to say before posting, see this picture for how to edit. This is not a social media site where you can send one message at a time and it will all be fine—this is a wiki.
Being unable to edit your comments is not an excuse for spamming, in fact it is the entire heart of why you were blocked. You need to think through your comments and edits more thoroughly before making them.
Necrobumping provides nothing useful for the wiki, since it only revives since-dead threads and posts, more often then not just providing nothing meaningful to the conversation. Quit acting like a child and follow the guidelines, thanks.
"Necrobumping provides nothing useful for the wiki" well niether does closing threads FOR necrobumping, and it appears he had someone else talk for him again, tsk. tsk. tsk, (besides let's say someone needs ongoing help about their topic? And even if it's old, people may have questions about the topic, it would save them a heck of a lot of time to just straight up ask it instead of 1. Having to think of a title, 2. Not having to search the entire wiki for more help on their topic for what they didn't ask for said topic, and 3. Waiting almost an entire week just to get a(n) response. Now unless you have a way to avoid any comebacks i'd suggest you mind your own, and stay out of it.
Actually, closing them prevents people from commenting on them and reviving them, so it does help.
If people want help, they are more then welcome to make their own posts/threads for it. Commenting on things that are weeks, months, or even years old? That doesn't help anyone in the slightest, and just makes our jobs harder as we would have to monitor that now revived post.
Once again, quit acting like a child on something incredibly minor.