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- Only create profiles for characters that you are very familiar with/that you know much about, and present evidence or logical arguments for their statistic listings.
- Do NOT insert unmotivated ratings into profiles simply because you happen to like or dislike the character or object, and do not change statistics without a content revisions thread that has been accepted by several of our staff members.
- When applying content revisions to our wiki pages, it is required that you always provide links to the discussion threads in the external forum wherein they were accepted by the wiki staff within the edit summary boxes. It greatly helps to avoid misunderstandings when the staff are patrolling edits, as they might mistake the changes for vandalism otherwise.
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- When writing profiles, make sure to follow the standard page formats, and to read the Common Editing Mistakes page.
- Kindly utilize source mode editing. You can change this to your default editing mode in the preferences settings. Feel free to overview this image to observe a basic example regarding how to properly write profile pages in this editing mode.
- It is heavily encouraged to make sandbox drafts of character profile pages before actually publishing them. You can access your personal sandbox by following this link. This way you can clean up and perfect the profiles until they are finished and ready to publish.
- Use correct grammar and spelling to the greatest extent possible.
- Always include the References section in character pages and information blogs to source all the important information covered within them. To learn more regarding how to use them, read the References page.
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- Behave in a civil and unbiased manner, and do not spam, troll, threaten, or use offensive language.
- If you notice rule-violations, please report them in this forum thread.
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