On August 30th, 2011 I get on Wiki Leaderboard (1,100 points)
On September 22nd, 2011 got into top 10 on Leaderboard (1,850 points)
Got Patroller rights on January 7th, 2012
Got Rollback rights on January 8th, 2012
Become Administrator on April 9th, 2012
On April 10th, 2012 got into top 5 on Leaderboard (3,450 points)
On April 28th, 2012 get in top 3 on Leaderboard (4,050 points)
On August 5th, 2012 I got WIKI HERO badge!!! And it's my 100th badge!
On September 24th, 2012 I passed 10,000 points
On March 27th, 2013 I passed 20,000 points
I loved collecting and redeeming collectables for nice animals, trees and decorations, but since they introduced multiple materials I have a lot of leftovers that I can not redeem because always need 2-3 of something to redeem for something. I am hoping that they will return option to harvest collectables from neighbors farms since that is the best way to get decent amount of redeemable items. It's also good reason to visit my almost 300 FV only neighbors. Merged storage would be better solution then transferable and since they keep adding new animals they should figure out what to do with mastered animals. I have thousands of them and they take up too much space in storage!
On May 13th, 2012 mastered last coin crop (211). Since new crops come after this event I will try to master all coin crops again!
I like to wiki be update so I am trying to update several sections, like Mystery and Pig-O Game, Leaderboard, Quests and all new non-event related features, like new gifts, new harvestable buildings. Since I like to create pages for all new stuffs that I enter with pages mentioned above, I do not have much time to enter much informations so almost all my animal and tree pages are stub. Even with this kind of work I am still in behind with creating pages for all new released items. Due this I am not editing event pages and leaving it to other editors. I like when other users start to edit in neglected area or area where I edit. I like to step a side and just do a little help to new editors. Learning to edit correct is job in progress... it takes time!