I would like to ask you to stop labeling my blog posts as "Champion concepts". They are not.
90% of my item overhaul is discussion about rebalancing current items, and 10% is suggesting splitting one item effect into two or filling a gap in itemization by introducing a new item. If discussion about item balance isn't blog posts, then how come the submissions by User:DamonDraven and User:Grrrbear26 remain in these categories? The only difference is that they focus on discussing one item - they often design some new items as upgrades or components, as seen here and here.
I would like to apologize for the aggressive tone in my blog post called Blog Hostility. I understand that it seemed that I was attacking you, and I want to be clear that it was not my intention. I severly regret the manner in which I worded several key phrases.
However I still feel like the issue is important to discus.
Maybe upon becomeing a moderator myself, we could include a link to my message wall on a new "Ara ara" post so that I could answer any questions that person may have?
As for the "ara ara" message, I had to change it since it's only loosely related to the League and it is akin to "waifu worshipping", which doesn't feel formal. Well yes, that Veigar message is too rude... As for the warning message. I suppose I can modify that right now.
I also wish you good luck on becoming a moderator for League Wikia.
I know you're not really the person to rant to about this, since you're just the messenger, but our "policy" on "Custom champions" is baloney. You cannot "punish" a player for not fixing a mistake that is generated automatically by the system - especially if the punishment is deleting hard work. It's almost entrapment. One solution would be to require players to attach a category; or simply have whatever auto-adds "Blog posts" to check if there's another category.
I am aware of the problem. I've been complaining about this since ages ago. So far, what have been said has been said, and nothing has been done about it. The only thing I can do is give out warnings and guidelines on how to categorize it properly. I am pretty aware that I am already quite notorious for handing out these "ara ara" warnings, but that's all I can do.