>I have no idea at all who the original founder dude is, but he still has his bureaucrat rights and there is no way for us to remove them. If he wants to suddenly wreak havoc on the wiki, there is not much we can do to stop it.
I've looked into Brohoofminecraft's two (technically three) edits, in case it helps on any matter.
• The 17th of October 2013 shows that he replaced the default and poorly formatted front page (The site had been created ~7 hours prior), with one single line, "Who touched my cupcakes". Not a good sign by itself. This was immidiately followed by an anon adding "Omnomnom." to the end, before one OtakuKitteh returned it back to the default two hours later (Not shown to be a revertion). I credit this one to the super-early days of the fandom, that they were pretty bored, and that there wasn't really a functional site to mess up.
• The 1st of May 2014 show a more shining moment from him, where he reverted an angry troll (Betting on the troll being a typical 4channer)'s main page edits (Visible at http://filly.wikia.com/wiki/Filly_Wiki?diff=prev&oldid=4050), and Brohoof' then put protection onto the main page so that only registered users could edit it.
I may be seeing overly tight connections here, but had Brohoof' wanted to wreck Filly Wiki, he wouldn't have reverted an edit that actually wrecked Filly Wiki.
About the other sentences, I've felt a few moments of disappointment that I as a sysop cannot edit which benefits that users of the different tiers would receive. I was actually worried early on in Zejgar's editing tenure about whether he had the rights to add images to the Wiki.
>Transfer a parge portion of respect to you two, Exo and Hare. That is some dedicated movement right there!
It felt rewarding to find and write all the info the two of us had learned about Filly. She did a lot of the initial work, such as making pages for virtually every Filly known to man and coding the infoboxes, while I've done more in-depth writing, categorising and followup writing.
>That is likely because I've used this exact page of the book to fill out the Kingdom section a long time ago.
That's true, but additionally, the bios on the English Filly Princess page already mentions nearly all of it in the character bios.
>There are indeed 21-23 Princess Fillies, but there's also implied to be quite a number of subjects. We never see them, but they seem to be there. They're probably too busy hanging out in forests and on beaches.
From how I interpret the Second Phase material, the Filly Kingdom seems to have been targetted as being the land of all Fillys, splitting the vast land up in six pieces with different rulers. Filly Fairy both backed it up and had problems finding itself a setting when considering this, by making the Magical Land placed at a secret location in the Filly Kingdom.
Later brands from Unicorn and forwards, especially Filly Butterfly, vastly contradict this by being separate rulerships and presumably locations, and different roles of great vitality to the Filly world (Elves' tree, Stars' river overflow). When Filly Stars established the Filly World as a thing, it was arguably the final blow to an all-covering Filly Kingdom.