General Rules

  1. Keep it civil: Do not make personal attacks on other people. If you need to criticize another user’s argument, do so without attacking them as a person. Do not use bigoted language, including slurs which degrade another person or group of people based on gender, race, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, etc.
  2. Be a productive member of the wiki: Contribute to the wiki in line with the established processes and conventions. Need help? Ask an administrator! Disrupting the wiki with “edit warring” over differing opinions of a topic with another user or group of users is not productive.
  3. Do not engage in excessive self-promotion: The wiki is a collaborative community resource for the topic at hand. It is NOT a free place to advertise your related website, YouTube channel, blog, social media account, etc. Have a question about whether your link would be welcome? Ask an administrator!
  4. Do not harass other users: If somebody asks you to stop posting certain content on their wall, respect their wishes. It is their wall.
  5. Do follow community guidelines for formatting: When a community has established formatting, it’s important to adhere to that, especially when spoiler content is involved.
  6. Follow COPPA: According to COPPA, you must be at least 13 years of age in order to use the Wiki. You will be blocked if you're underage.
  7. Do not impersonate other users: Impersonation of others will result in an immediate permanent IP block.

Language

  1. Do not swear on posts/votes, articles, comments, blogs and userpages/profile pictures. This includes censored swearing.
  2. The only allowed swear words are damn, crap, hell, and piss.
  3. Abbreviated swearing that's used to harm another user is not permitted.

Editing

  1. Follow editing guidelines: You can find the editing guidelines here.
  2. Do not vandalize: Vandalism is strictly prohibited and can result in your account being blocked.
  3. Do not use the {{DISPLAYTITLE}} template on article pages: Unless with explicit permission from an admin, do not use this template on article pages.
  4. Do not excessively code pages: We want the pages to be uniform. Do not have certain pages specially coded.

Discussions

  1. Please put posts under appropriate categories: Post Discussion Posts under the correct categories. (e.g. Putting your discussion under the "Announcements" isn't allowed as it is only to be used by staff members.)
  2. Excessive tagging is not allowed: In Discussion Posts, you're only allowed to tag a maximum of five people per post. Any more would be counted as excessive tagging.
  3. Do not spam posts: Do not create mass amounts of posts at once. If you do, your posts will be deleted.

Staff

  1. User rights requests: As of the moment, there are no staff applications. If existing staff decide that you deserve a promotion, you will receive a message from a Bureaucrat about it. You will be on trial for a week before the team decides if you're fit to continue as staff or not. You can see if the rights that you want is available here.
  2. User rights removal: If you fall inactive and don't make any "real" edits (edits on the main namespace), then you could be demoted for inactivity. If you are seen abusing the rights given to you, they will also be taken away.

Three Strikes

The Three Strikes is a regulation that staff members are expected to follow. If you get three strikes, then you will be demoted. Each one below counts for one strike. Please be reminded that you can get one of the same strike twice or even thrice.

  • Rule Breaking: If you break any of the rules, you will most likely get a strike. How many strikes you get will be depending on the rule you broke and how many times you've broken it. Please note that if you break too many of these, then this could also result in you getting blocked.
    • Minor Rule-Breaking: These include disrespect, excessive self-promotion, swearing (minor), excessive tagging, and spam posts. Breaking these rules will result in one strike.
    • Major Rule-Breaking: These include harassment, swearing (excessive), impersonation, vandalism, and sockpuppeting. Breaking these rules will result in three strikes and possibly a block.
  • Inactivity: Inactivity on the Wiki is defined by a lack of edits over a certain specified period of time. Posts do not count as edits.
    • Unannounced Hiatus: If you are inactive without making any "real" edits for a maximum of one month (30 days), then you will get one strike.
    • Announced Hiatus: If your hiatus is announced, then you will not be eligible for a strike. However, you must inform other staff members about this and you must give an estimated time period. Indefinite hiatuses will not be counted as hiatuses and if ever you will still be eligible to this rule. Once the estimated time period is over, you will have one month to contribute at all, otherwise you will get a strike for inactivity.
  • Abuse: Abuse of power is unacceptable. However, the gravity of the abuse will count towards how many strikes you get.
    • Minor Abuse: Under this category you have things like unnecessarily protecting or unprotecting pages, redirecting things that don't need to be redirected, and giving warnings even when they are unnecessary. This behavior will result in two strikes.
    • Major Abuse: Under this category you have things like griefing the Wiki (vandalism), blocking people unnecessarily, and promoting and demoting other people without consent. This behavior will immediately result in three strikes.
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