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These are some policies on how articles should be written.
- Articles should be written in the third person in past tense. Articles should always be written in past-tense, not present or future tense.
- When listing information and someone has been replaced by someone else in the plot, the person who was chronologically first should be listed first.
- Articles should be written in American English.
- Articles should be written in an in-universe style, and not refer to the reader or viewer when talking about events.
- Headers should be in the form ==Header==, not the form == Header ==. This only applies to articles, image pages use == Summary == automatically and talkpages are free form and no changes should ever be made to header style.
- Things like
Common improper style changesEdit
- Do not go adding last names to links unless you have a valid reason to do so (full character name hasn't been used earlier in the article). Full names should not be abused to bypass redirects.
- Do not change page numbers in ref tags to have a leading zero. Going around the wiki and changing 3 to 03 despite most pages sticking to 3 doesn't improve the wiki at all and just adds pointless edits, just stick with 3.
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