Discussion, rather than unilateral action, is the preferred means of dispute resolution. This means that an individual who opposes the state of a current rule or policy should not attempt to create in Bleach Fan Fiction itself proof that the rule does not work. Neither should users vandalize like there's no tomorrow just because they feel offended by the community.
Gaming the system
Gaming the system is the use of Bleach Fan Fiction rules to thwart Bleach Fan Fiction policy. In many cases, gaming the system is a form of disruption.
A simple example would be obstinately reverting an edit exactly 3 times a day, and then "innocently" maintaining that no rules are being violated. The three-revert rule should not be construed as an entitlement to revert, and doing so is regarded as a disruption of Bleach Fan Fiction operations. In fact, gaming the system in this way, over a prolonged period of time, is likely to lead to sanctions, and, in extreme cases, a permanent ban.
Outside disruptions happen when users from other sites, wikis, etc., (otherwise known as "anons") come to the Bleach Fan Fiction Wiki and disrupt the daily activity of the wiki. This could be in the form of disrespecting members of the community or it's admins, stirring up arguments on the blogs or forums, or criticizing the site's policies as their only means of editing (meaning that is their only reason for being on the site).
Outside disruptions are not tolerated on the wiki. The first instance will be a warning, the second a week long ban, and the third a permanent ban.
Message Wall Disruptions
A message wall disruption is when a user from another site (wiki or other), or a random anon, decides to stir up trouble on a user's message wall (talk page). These will be treated as outside disruptions, be closed by the observing administrator, and result in a ban of the offending party.