If "only 2 active boards" is a good reason to turn an eye to the website's objective negatives, then you should ignore Wizchan's negatives on the grounds that we also only have 2 active boards.>Posting pictures of little succubi was recently banned>recently
In every single other imageboard that isn't a literal federal honeypot, posting kids was banned from the start. Besides, they only banned kiddohurt posting because the male users were 52%ing after seeing their own ugly mugs next to real young females.>>63372>CP and commercial spam already get posted here
By Tor nodes not yet listed as such in public databases. Our Modlog informs us when a post attempt is rejected due to spamlike conditions being met. It's a daily occurrence and rarely only one attempt is made, with several automated posts being attempted across several boards in a clockwork fashion. Without our limits, these threads would come through.>Also, there's nothing inherently wrong with gore.
Is there anything inherently wrong with >no gf
posting? With Reddit memes and Pepe greentexts? Goreposting is all derived from the same single /gif/ board on 4chan. That board is the #1 hub for 3DPD porn and simping throughout all imageboards. To ban goreposting is to ban a great deal of outsiders who have long strayed from the path of wizardry. The policy also makes it harder for trolls to shock Wizards with frightening sights.
Wizchan is a triple-gated website. One gate is the core rules. Gate two is how we reply negatively to perceived outsiders. And the third gate is how Wizchan limits the posting capacity of those using ban-evading tools such as Tor. These three walls are what allowed Wizchan to endure in one shape or another for 11 years. Ever since Tor picked up steam around 2013, there's been internal Wizardchan discussion on how to handle it, and the initial idea to limit Tor posts continues to prove effective in reducing spam considerably.