Insert a Picture that represents the team, preferably the entire roster, or an Iconic Image in lack of a better option. Standard size is 400px aligned to the right
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A brief explanation and info summary of the Team and its history, membership, etc.
- A list of the character profiles which are members of the Team. Add links to all of the associated pages available in the wiki.
- Organise them into incarnations for the team, so they are listed together with their teammates.
- Using galleries for character profiles is preferable if they have images.
- Character 1
- Character 2
- Character 3
- Character 4
Powers and Stats
Tier: The Team’s overall level on the Tiering System, preferably showing the tiers of both the strongest and weakest members
Name: The Name of the Team
Origin: Self-explanatory, the series from which the Team comes from
Classification: Nature of the Team, its Origin etc.
Age: The Team’s age / How long it has last, or lasted
Membership: The Team’s members in numbers, either rough or precise.
Leader: The team's leader/head of operations (if any)
Team Resources/Abilities: Do not include powers from individual members of the team, only include abilities given from equipment, weapons, and other resources the team has access to
- Base of Operations: An area or facility which typically either houses the team and their equipment, or works as a planning room or hideout of sorts
Attack Potency: The Team’s overall destructive power, preferably listing both the strongest and weakest members
Speed: The Team’s speed, preferably combat, listing both the fastest and slowest members
Lifting Strength: The Team’s lifting prowess, preferably listing both the strongest and weakest members
Striking Strength: The Team’s physical attack power, preferably listing both the strongest and weakest members
Durability: The amount of attack power members of the team can withstand before being overwhelmed, preferably listing for both the most and least durable members
Stamina: Self-explanatory, preferably listing both the most and least resilient members
Range: The distance the character's attacks/abilities can cover, preferably listing the team members with the highest ranged attacks
Teamwork: Team's effectiveness in coordination with one another, and their experience doing so
Intelligence: Self-explanatory, preferably listing both the smartest and dullest members.
Weaknesses: Weaknesses / Disadvantages of the Team and its resources as a whole
Feats: List the team's amazing feats. Coordination feats, resource effectivity feats, battles won etc. You can judge a team's power by its feats. It is possible to add Respect Thread links to the list, as long as they follow the policies on the subject provided on the Editing Rules page.
Notable Team Attacks/Techniques: A list of some abilities the Team uses, by coordination between either two or more members
Key: For teams who have transformation stages/power-ups or who have variation incarnations across the story, insert those transformations/power-ups/incarnations here in bold.
This section can be used to explain the reasons for the assigned power level of a certain Team more in-depth, as well as how the powers and mechanics of the Team fundamentally work. This is particularly useful for more expansive teams.
However, it is very important that you make sure that the text has good grammar/sentence structure, and is easy to understand.
If you wish, you can add a gallery containing pictures related to the team
This is a section where the source references are to be shown.
Put some notable/good matches that result in the character's victory.
Put some notable/good matches that result in the character's loss.
Put some notable/good matches with the results still unclear.
Wiki enforces the rule that every member of the team roster must have their own profiles separate, for the team profile to be created. This is ensure the capabilities of the team are indexed appropriately and completely. However, there are exceptions to this rule:
- If only certain incarnations of the team are missing files while other incarnations aren't, the profile can still be made listing only the incarnations whose rosters are fully indexed
- In the scenario a few members of the team are inapplicable to receive a file due to being too minor, and by proxy weren't featured prominently as team members, the team profile can still be made with the file noting it only covers the active roster of the team
- In the scenario a few members of the team are inapplicable to receive a file due to being too mundane, the team profile can still be made with the file accounting their statistics and mechanics with respect to the entire team in the profile itself.
- In the scenario there are numerous minor or unremarkable members of the team, it can be considered functionally akin to a civilization, as such Civilization Profiles format may be better suited to index them.
- Characters from teams that all have identical or nigh-identical sets of Powers & Abilities can have a Team Profile without need of profiles for each of the members, as long as none of them have solo outings more or equally significant to their team appearances. In such a case, the profile should be formatted as a hybrid between a Team Profile and a Character Profile i.e. contain both fields for Character and Team Profile Format.
Additionally, teams must also be official in-verse i.e. refered as such by characters within the verse, and possess a team name or an analogous term, as well as being notable and prominent. This is ensure excessively minor team-ups aren't indexed, and thus bloat the wiki.
Other Standard Formats
- Character Profiles
- Verse Pages
- Weapon Profiles
- Vehicle Profiles
- Powers and Abilities
- Location Profiles
- Category Names
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