In case some of you don't know what the wiki leaderboard is, It's a place that ranks the people who have gotten the most wiki achievement points, Which are earned by editing on the wiki.
I honestly can't believe I've made it this far, And I'd like to thank the creator of this entire wiki for making the Agar.io wiki. This is a great milestone for me because I've never made such a big difference on the internet before, And quite frankly I didn't know I was actually making so many changes on this wiki.
And just because I've reached #1 doesn't mean I'm going to stop editing this wiki :P
I might be over-exaggerating this a little but I'm not, And editing this wiki isn't a competition, It's a group-effort and we can help spread information about Ag…Read more >
When I was editing a bunch of pages and I tried to do it quickly so I copy-pasted a line of text. Then I realized that line of text had a spelling error in it.. So I had to go through all of the pages again and edit them.
Moral of the story: Always proof-read your edits on articles.Read more >
So I was checking out the hall of fame and it didn't take quite long to realize how messy it was.
Let's start with the basics:
1. A decent few of the world records on there are faked
And it's really hard to spot them due to the current system we have for the hall of fame, The way we take evidence for records is quite messy and unpredictable, which makes me move on to the next topic..
2. Messy and forged evidence
The fact that we take screenshots from the comment section would've worked out a while ago (And it did) But now with thousands of people submitting their records we need a better way of filtering it, Not to mention the people's records whom were photoshopped or obtained by cheating.
We should make it so there are screenshots/v…Read more >