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Rules

Failure to abide by these rules will result in a warning, or potentially a block without warning. If you have been warned, you will be blocked if you break one of these rules again.

  • Try to stick with the editing guidelines
    • This will ensure the professional style we wish to uphold on our wiki.
  • Do not vandalise or troll
    • Anyone caught trolling or vandalising will be warned via their message wall. If caught again, they could be blocked indefinitely depending on the extent of their behaviour.
    • Any unrelated or inappropriate images, words or videos are considered vandalism.
  • Do not use any form of profanity
    • Any profanity is most definitely not tolerated. This is a website about a game mostly aimed at younger children, so younger children will be on the website, meaning that any poor choices of language could result in being blocked immediately.
  • Do not threaten/insult any other users
    • Any cases of this will result in an immediate block.
  • Only make pages that are factual/in-game content based
    • If you would like a fandom page, such as a talk page for new zones, created, contact CollectorManiac and he will decide if it is necessary or not.
  • Do not add any incorrect categories
  • Do not spam comments, and use the reply button on parent comments if you are replying to a comment
    • Excessive spam will result in a warning and possibly a block.
    • Promotional spam (especially links) is not tolerated.
  • Do not change the language of the wiki
    • The wiki is written in British English. Please do not change it to American English or any other foreign language, this is an inconvenience.
  • Have fun!

Guidelines

  • Jump right in!
    • Don't be afraid to get started. Anyone is free to edit here, so simply click edit and get started!
  • Collaboration is key
    • Wikis are based on the idea that the crowd, collectively, has a greater sum of knowledge than just one individual. That means collaborating with others is the key to creating a successful community. Collaboration means you work together to build, design and make decisions. No one person owns or rules a community site. Rather, it is built, supported and owned by all participating community members.
  • Be patient
    • When there is new content, many pages will be incomplete. Try to remain patient and even assist by adding descriptions, references and pictures.
  • Be nice
    • Being friendly and nice goes a long way, no matter where you are. Say hello to others, provide help where you can, and ask others if you need assistance. Simply being nice can greatly impact the growth and success of a community.
  • Welcome new users
    • Everyone has to start somewhere, so if you meet a new user who by accident made an improper edit, be nice! It's better to help explain what they did wrong, so they can learn from you, than to leave them a mean message. Remember back to when you were new, and how far friendly advice can go.
  • Spread the word!
    • A community is only as strong as all of its members. The more it has, the stronger (and more successful), it will become. So invite your friends, family, schoolmates and others who may be interested. Spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, forums, blogs on the same topic or any place where people who are interested may hang out.
  • Ask for help
    • If you are confused or need help, just ask! There is a lot of help all around you on FANDOM, including our help pages, Central forums, local admins and staff. No question is too small!
  • Don't plagiarize content
    • If you are bringing content to FANDOM or taking it from here (or to another site), please remember to cite the authors properly. Don't assume that everything on the Internet is open for the taking. Make sure you have permission to use something before you copy it, and follow the rules for attribution when you do reuse. Everyone likes credit for their hard work!
  • Don't use the wiki to spam your own links
    • Wikis are a great place to build content on a specific topic, not a place to spam links to your latest product or to post non-relevant material. Spam will be removed, so please don't add it to begin with.
  • Don't feed the trolls
    • This means that every time you respond to those who try to ruin your work, you are giving them what they want - attention. The more you do that, the more they will be back for more. It's best to be calm, and limit contact with vandals. The less attention they get, the more likely they are to move on. Don't play games with the vandals as this makes it more fun for them.
  • Don't make personal attacks
    • Don't make it personal, or post personal information. Wikis are meant to be a place to collaborate with others on topics that excite you. Pages meant just as an attack on someone will be removed. This includes content posted in articles and messages to other users.
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