So it has been over 2 months since the game was concluded, and we never really said anything about how the wiki will keep going. Back then we weren't quite certain how many of the wiki users and members of the community would stay and how many would leave, but as it fortunately turned out, both the wiki and discord are still quite active. With that said, some of you may know that today 1 year ago was the day that Cishshato adopted the wiki and the administration team was changed, so I thought it would fit the occasion to reflect back on this past year.
First of all I wanted to thank all our amazing editors. This is most likely too late and I fear quite a few of them won't see this, but their work can not go unappreciated. A year ago when I began editing, the wiki had been around for roughly 14 months with 20-25k edits, but now after just one year, we are at a whopping 75k and steadily rising. I would love to list every helpful editor, but it wouldn't be possible with how many we had. So from those who only commented or added a few words, to those who have been editing for longer than me: Thank you! The wiki would be nowhere without you and every addition helped shape what we have today.
As for the wiki, it can generally be considered complete. The most viewed and most important parts of the wiki were finished in time before the last updates and there isn't much to add besides some small improvements. There are certainly still parts that could need editing, such as the guides, stat pages and some minor pages, but going by the view counts on those, their priority is quite low and I'm not sure if we will get around to work on them. It could also be said that editing doesn't matter at this point since the game is complete, however we are still getting around 6k daily views on average, which after so much time is quite impressive.
I also want to mention UCP (Unified Community Platform), which is Fandom's new wiki platform that they're working on to merge the Gamepedia and Fandom websites. It's still in development, only available for new wikis or volunteers, but once it's finished we will consider migrating over to utilise some of the features like the improved editor.
So to summarize, I think this year has been astounding and the end of Entry Point definitely doesn't mean the end of this community. Me, the staff team and many members of this community will stick around for the foreseeable future, so even if you're not playing the game anymore, I invite you to do the same. Let's see where we will be after a second year.