I would also like to point out the numerous complaints seen on his talk page.
"I'm worried that you're being too abrasive here. Doesn't Wikia encourage anyone, admin or otherwise, to treat other editors well? I'm aware we all have our moments, but I believe it's a good idea to be on our best behavior. Also, you might want to change the coding for your signature. It makes it harder to read the subsequent lines. --Nord Ronnoc (talk) 00:28, September 13, 2016 (UTC)"
"No, I didn't think the style manual was for display, but I did think it was a set of guidelines as is the case on genuine wikis. Silly me- this isn't a genuine wiki an the manual is your personal preferences enforced as soi-disant Rules. To reverse the question: What, thought the "wiki" at the top of every page was for display only? You see, a wiki is by definition communal, not autocratic. It represents the contributions and approaches of a widespread community, not the idiosyncratic pleasure of one monomaniacal control freak with supermod privileges. Real wikis have multiple admins and dispute resolution procedures and, remarkably, seldom need them because differences of opinion are usually worked outamicably in discussion - but that would involve admitting that legitimate opinions other than your own actually exist." Solicitr (talk) 00:42, September 13, 2016
I admire the hard work and contributions that TE has given to this site. I understand the frustrations and the silliness that many new editors bring to a wiki. I don't want him to be demoted. But I want him to be respectable and accountable. So far nothing has worked.
With the release of ME Andromeda, we will have a flood of new editors. This is also a time to choose a new direction for this wiki. Will we chose to turn away well meaning support, or chase it away. We can make it fun to edit, or we can become insular. Lets discuss how to change this.