- 1 Policies
- 2 List of Conduct Classifications
- 3 Conduct Classifications
- 3.1 Creating Useless Pages
- 3.2 Avoiding Manual of Style
- 3.3 Profanity
- 3.4 Blocked User Discussions
- 3.5 Editing Another User's' Profile
- 3.6 Impersonating
- 3.7 Spamming/Flooding
- 3.8 Offensive Media
- 3.9 Vandalism
- 3.10 Leaking Future Update Spoilers
- 3.11 Trolling
- 3.12 Scamming
- 3.13 Disrespecting Others
- 3.14 Controversial Topics
- 3.15 Accounts and Sockpuppetry
- 3.16 Raiding The Wiki
- 3.17 Malicious Offsite Links/QR Codes
- 3.18 Immaturity/Underage
- 3.19 Death Threats
- 3.20 NSFW Content
- 4 Warnings and Blocks
Policies and guidelines applying on this wiki are described on this page. Guidelines are recommendations used to resolve conflicts when there is a disagreement on what should be done. Policies, however, are not just recommendations: they are rules that all members of the community must follow. No editor may be blocked for not following a guideline; however, breaking policies may result in disciplinary action ranging from a warning to a permanent suspension.
The Wiki Administration Team is not completely responsible for any disruption of content, vandalization, or such other damaging variations that regard to this Wiki; however, there are preventions, such as, disciplining the offender(s) with moderation punishments that all exceed from warnings to blocks. It is highly advisable that each viewer must notice each pages' content along with their discretion.
List of Conduct Classifications
Each classification accommodates different punishable enforcements. Currently, there are 3 branches distributed among themselves, and each category houses different rules that generalize its own aftermath effect and danger level.
Low-Threat Violations are various misdemeanors that are not majorly unlawful or severe. Breaking these rules will conventionally lead to a warning or a friendly reminder, depending on how unfavorable the action was.
Medium-Threat Violation are multiple regulations that can sometimes be considered as evil or malicious. Violating these enforcements will automatically lead to a temporary block, depending on how damaging the case was.
High-Threat Violations are severe transgressions that are known for being highly malevolent and contravene, that usually involves in harming other users. Any signs of these offenses will result in a immediate termination or a long-awaiting block on-grounds. There will be no warnings under any circumstance.
(List of punishable misdemeanors)
Breaking these rules will result in a warning then a block for a few days.
Creating Useless Pages
Creating Useless Pages includes creating a page that already exists or doesn't relate to the wiki. Accidentally creating useless pages will warrant warns, but nothing harsh. Purposefully creating spam pages are treated as vandalism and will result in a block. This rule is also part of the Manual of Style.
Avoiding Manual of Style
Very explanatory, but this occurs when a person avoids reading the Manual of Style, then starts editing content that breaks multiple rules within the Manual of Style guidelines. It is REQUIRED to read the FULL documentation of the page, not just partial.
This includes messaging or bypassing any inappropriate language or words in comments/articles/files. Please censor the whole word to avoid cussing. Acronyms like "WTF", "lmao", "asf", etc. are permitted.
Blocked User Discussions
It is completely unreasonable to discuss or talk about Blocked users to the publicity under any circumstances. If you need any assistance regarding file reports, please report it to active Sysops, than bailing it out into the publicity. Talking, discussing, or even chanting blocks regarding a user shall warrant warns.
It should be noted that blocked users are sometimes IP-banned, meaning, they can't interact with the wiki even if they made an alternate account, but they are allowed to browse instead.
Editing Another User's' Profile
Editing other Users' Profiles without permission from the user shall not be tolerated. Their profile information personates them only, and it is surely wrong to add unnecessary beings into the page. Vandalizing or writing unpleasing content will warrant harsher consequences.
Impersonating occurs when one user disguises by either copying another person's avatar (PFP & Username) or attempting to act the same as the targeted victim. The abuser will either attempt rise to power, advantage beneficial respect, or deceiving the victim by brainwashing the others.
Any signs of impersonation will warn the user. If the offender refuses or fails to, they are ensured to be blocked until further notice.
Spamming or Flooding occurs when a user sends an overload amount of messages within the same timeframe. Spamming is occasionally in forums, discussions, or comments; and is not tolerated.
This rule enforces people from posting footages or media that may be considered as offensive or controversial. Some users may post it maliciously, and some of them may offend users even if they did not intend to.