Technobliterator began by making random edits as an IP, before joining the Ratchet & Clank Wiki. However, he got his true start editing the Jak and Daxter Wiki, where he learned the ropes of editing and also learned the skills of site maintenance. Through this wiki, he became curious about the template metatemplates that the wiki had copied from other wikis, and wanted to develop his own. This was also where he learned how to use bots.
Though Technobliterator remained an admin at Jak and Daxter, his activity deteriorated for a few years until his return.
Final Fantasy Wiki
These skills were honed in on when joining the Final Fantasy Wiki. A much more ambitious project than any previously, Technobliterator became among the top editors of 2014, overhauling navboxes (once again), converting all the infoboxes to Portable Infoboxes, overhauling many page layouts, and introducing policy and style changes. New content was also written and rewritten for Final Fantasy VI, VII, IX, XII, and XIV among others.
Eventually, this led to the rise of dominance under a new dystopian universe, in which Technobliterator became a tyrannical overlord of evil and infiltrated the ranks of the administrators in the later half of 2015. This led to an era of an iron-fisted rule of doom, though through control of human minds, this appears to be a future of prosperity to the average user.
Technobliterator continued to work on this wiki, leading a major content overhaul in 2020 around the time of Final Fantasy VII Remake. His proudest pages are Final Fantasy series, Tifa Lockhart, and Final Fantasy VII Remake battle system.
Ratchet & Clank Wiki
Having always been a huge fan of the Ratchet & Clank series and dreamed of making the perfect wiki for the series, Technobliterator eventually infiltrated the Ratchet & Clank Wiki and seized control by claiming bureaucrat status. Under his leadership, Technobliterator began rewriting all pages on the wiki from scratch.
Technobliterator also joined the Vanguard team to help wikis redesign the Portable Infoboxes. This was his way of creating good front-facing PR to distract from his schemes to dominate all of Fandom.
Technobliterator's schemes to dominate the network proved successful, as he was appointed to the Wiki Manager position in 2019 for the Gaming vertical. Once again, he used this to create a good, false persona of him as an approachable and helpful editor, hiding his true schemes for world domination. Though he retired from the role due to visa concerns, he continued to scheme behind the scenes and plot a real takeover.
In person, Technobliterator is a lover of pizza, music, theater, and video games. Among these are RPGs, platformers, and third-person action games. He is also an avid gym enthusiast, who goes every day. His favorite franchises are Final Fantasy, Star Wars, Futurama, Ratchet & Clank, and Metal Gear.
It is heavily rumored by many that his gym hobby is a scheme to mask his true self as a terminator cyborg, and explain his periodic robotic upgrades.
Technobliterator is capable of site fixes and of technical edits, as well as use bots on an advanced level. Additionally, he can perform blocks, protect pages from
Of course, these are the only powers that are public, as Technobliterator's true powers of indoctrination and evil schemes are in fact concealed from the rest of the world. These rumored powers include laser eyes, wrist-mounted rocket cannons, mind control, and commanding an army of robots should the time arise.
Behind the scenes
There are many theorists who claim that Technobliterator is in fact in itself a conspiracy, and does not exist in real life. Under this theory, it is an artificial intelligence created by a secret elite (or perhaps just the Patriots) to conquer the web.