Good move on that one page; I hate spamming and if someone were posting spam on a wiki I were to own I'd disable the comments too. Yeah, I'm the forgiving type, but spamming is a serious issue and I don't like it. Someone spammed a video on my YouTube once and I reported the user, then proceeded to remove the countless comments of random letters spelling nothing.
Quite shocking, though, that spamming even occurred. If I'm allowed to know, what exactly were they posting? I just want to know since I'm planning on starting/adopting a wiki and I would like a little info so I know what exactly to look for as a person in charge. If I'm not allowed to know, that's fine.
I saw an email notification saying you protected the Yellow and Blue Tattletails page for the reason "Excessive Spamming: Because Reasons". Then the comments refused to show up. Two more just arrived, one saying "Seems Safe" and the other "High Traffic Page: Because Reasons". If you didn't do those, maybe check your security to make sure nobody hacked your account or anyone else's. I've had hacking issues and I know it's a serious issue. And maybe change your Wikia/Fandom password just in case.
Oh, I see. Yeah, I'm fairly new to that stuff, so I suppose I'm still in need of help and practice until I can create and manage my own wiki or just adopt a wiki that hasn't been active in a while. Maybe I'll find a tutorial on the Fandom main site.
Oh... well someone must be trying to tick me off and they sure didn't succeed. I'm more concerned about finishing the concept art for a video game I'm trying to create. Not a dot that means nothing. Let's just pretend that dot's not there, lol.