This page will give an idea of how to write articles so they are consistent with this wiki's practices.

Article titlesEdit

This page will give an idea of how to write articles so they are consistent with this wiki's practices. For rules on what kind of articles are allowed, please see Last Person to Post Wins Wiki:Rules. ==Article titles==The article title must be the subject's official name, e.g. "Kotarō" instead of "Main Character." The article title should be official but also concise. For example, even though "yoshipwnsall" is the character's full name, her article should be titled "chacobos" because it is the most commonly-used, accurate version of her name. When an official name is not available, one that fits the subject's description should be used, e.g. "Flying Pig." Though if the character is given both a name on the show and one in a model sheet, their model sheet name will be used, e.g. "Wapeach" instead of "Mutant Peach" Though if a member of the staff makes a comment on how wrong a model sheet names a character, what the staff calls them will be used, e.g. "Pokeman" instead of "Pokemon Man."

Article titles must also be written in singular instead of plural, e.g. "Book" instead of "Books" - exceptions are only when the article is about a species or a list, e.g. "List of books".

General article guideEdit

Always include at least a sentence about the subject when starting an article.* The first sentence should give a brief definition of the article's subject, and the subject has to be written in bold.* When writing the article content, arc titles should be written in quotation marks, e.g. "Jar Arc". Song titles should also be enclosed in quotation marks, e.g. "Rolling Girl".* The definite article (the) and indefinite articles (a/an) should be avoided in article titles except when they are part of an official title.* Please write in third person: use "the viewer" instead of "you".* Linking is usually limited to the first occurrence of the word or phrase in each article, not counting links inside infoboxes. This is because spamming too many wiki links makes articles difficult to read. Adding multiple links for the same term might be acceptable in very long articles, where linked instances of the term are very far apart.

What should an article have?Edit

This depends on the page. Some things are meant for some pages.

For charactersEdit

Each character gets an article, as long as they are important enough. What defines important enough are shown in the three standards below.

  • Every character that visually appears on the show is allowed to have a page, except for characters that only appear in a group and don't perform any unique individual actions.
    • For the above group characters, a character page about the group should be created instead. (Example: Bears)
  • Unseen characters should only have their own page if they are specifically named or play a role in an episode's plot
  • Characters with very minimal information can be grouped by their species and listed on a species page with all the other similar characters of that species. (Example: Rat)

Each page of a character should have the following sections:

  • the Infobox with relevant information about the character (see Template:Character for instructions)
  • Optionally, Appearance and Personality sections to further describe their characteristics,
  • Optionally, a Trivia section, describing any popular culture references or other trivia worth noting,
  • Optionally, an External links section relevant to the character including links to official pages, informative resources, shrines, etc.

At the bottom of the page, place the navigation template related to the character (in most cases this will be Template:MinorCharacterNav). Also categorize the article accordingly. If the character has not yet appeared in an aired episode, use the unreleased template.

For locationsEdit

Each major location gets an article. Depending on the information, sublocations may be given their own page or assimilated onto the main location page. Examples of the latter include the provinces of Candy Kingdom.

Locations are usually given the fullest title used in the show. For example, the Ice Kingdom is usually referred to as such, and not as an individual city. Thus, the location page is titled Ice Kingdom. A location article should include:

  • The Appearance section, detailing what the place is like or what is found there,
  • The Story section, detailing where the location was featured and what effect it had on the plot,
  • You may want to put in behind the scenes Trivia as well, if possible.
  • If there are any, one is to put pictures of said place in the Gallery section.

Place the navigation template related to the location, and don't forget to categorize them according to the relevant categories. If the location is in an episode that is currently unaired, use the unreleased template.

For location parentEdit

Parent pages, such as Underworld, can be used to house (or parent, hence the name) other, smaller pages. When editing these, please include an ==Areas== section for all smaller parts of the location.


Do not add Category:Stubs directly to an article. Instead use the Stub template by adding {{Stub}} to the top of the article, after any infobox template. Articles should only be marked as a stub if the article is incomplete and is missing some basic information. For example, even though the article about the Rock does not have many sections, it should not be marked a stub because there is nothing else worthwhile to say about it.

When adding a quotationEdit

It's encouraged to have at least a quote in every article. Use the Template:Quote for one-liners. It's best to write the quotations in a "Quote" section, and if there are more than five quotes available, one is to make a subpage containing quotes. An example is the Quotes of Finn page.

Capital lettersEdit

Capitalization of article titles and section headers should include the first letter of the first word being a capital letter, but it should otherwise follow the normal English rules of capitalization. For example, a section title should be "External links" instead of "External Links."


There have in the past been edit wars over the territorial spelling of a word (i.e. words spelled differently in between Europe and the United States). For the purpose of maintaining consistency, and because the subject of this wiki originates from the United States, words on this wiki should conform to the spelling used in U.S. English. This applies only to main namespace pages, not talk or user pages. Although no user should be harassed or punished for using other regional spellings of words, editors are encouraged to conform text in articles to U.S. spelling. If you come across a word spelled the way it is in another country (for example if you see "color" spelled as "colour"), just change it to the U.S. English spelling and be done with it.

Point of viewEdit

On most Wikis, there is a policy to give a "Neutral Point of View" (NPOV). More on this can be found on the Neutral Point of View page.

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