So, the following text was something I originally posted on Penumbra Minecraft's wall on the Paradox Roleplay. I brought myself into this situation after one of you fellow contributors had notified me of the recent events. I do however feel that the aforementioned text applies in many ways to the community as a whole:
The only factors here are the choices you make, & your reactions to other peoples' choices.
You cannot drag people into it. You cannot force people out of it.
This is truly the endgame: For the roleplay. For the main wiki. For the community as a whole. Over 90% of the people who were part of this community at any given moment have now moved on. All of whom that have done so have simply left, w/o making the Earth of a deal about it. This community was just eons of failed attempts to fix mistakes that its members created.
It's also almost similar to the transition from middle school to high school. The friends you got to know back in the day have moved on to other things that suit them. To pursue other interests. To indulge in healthier relationships. To find who they are, & who they want to become.
I left the community, obviously for reasons that have been rendered moot by recent events. Will I ever become an active contributor again? Probably not, nor do I expect you to. However, you come back on multiple occasions only to bash the community, claiming that it deluded you of your sanity, & ruined your life. If you are capable of making these accusations, then you should have been capable of leaving the community when you began feeling like it was making you go insane. But even then, you could have talked to someone. You could have tried to reason with us instead of making yourself seem so immature.
With that being said, I think we're done here. If you keep periodically returning to bash the community, the few people who remain here will eventually block you.