These rules are for the wiki's sake and for everyone's safety. Please do not break these rules otherwise you will be forbidden from editing and/or commenting, and a possible Blocking.
These rules must be followed no matter what circumstances.
- "I did not read the rules" is not an excuse.
- Respect everyone.
- Fix all typos you see.
- Do not spam, vandalize, hack, or troll on the wiki, or any of the relating websites to this site.
- Spamming is when you have to comment on something that's useless, repetitive, short, or has a simple opinion (not like an explanation. You would need to elongate your opinion on a comment for it to count!).
- Vandalism is simply anything that is disrespectful.
- Hacking is using code for an evil purpose.
- Trolling, well you get the idea, but it is disrespect in any way towards anything existent online.
- Add bias/opinion only on your User Profile, Discussions, Live Chat, Forums, and Message Walls.
- Please do not curse in any way.
- Do not give out personal information, this is dangerous.
- Do not advertise Youtube channels or social media.
- Do not create empty blog posts just to get a badge, you will be blocked for this. Also, do not create blogs that have a word or sentence, you could be blocked for that. Example: I am happy or Prodigy is fun.
- Do not create pages without permission from an admin, you will be blocked for this. If you want to create a page, you can ask FlareonIsAwesome13.
- Do not edit people's profiles. You will be blocked for that.
- Do not say 'hi' on anybody's wall to get a badge. You will be blocked for this.
- To start a new page/add images/add galleries/add videos, get total consent by a content moderator to add one. This involves showing your screenshot proof given to you by the maker of it (MUST BE A STAFF MEMBER). This also applies to your user profile (the pictures added in description only; your avatar will not be affected by this rule).
- Edit only your own profile, unless you are a staff member.
- Use "the wizard/player" pronouns to describe a player.
- Have full "right judgement" when submitting your edit, as anything from there can be purged and punished.
- As stated previously in many rules, before posting images, videos, or galleries/slides, you must have 'total permission' from a staff member only.
- 'Total Permission' means when a staff members gives you proof, in a screenshot snippet, clearly stating that s/he/it gives your granted permission to do certain actions. Before doing those actions, the user receiving the proof must post somewhere related to the article(s) s/he/it's editing/uploading on.
- On your user profile, you can only post pictures/images of stuff you made yourself. Sprites of Prodigy characters, art already posted by someone else and not giving you permission, etc. are all examples of art theft, even on your personal editing spot.
- Do not post images or videos supporting a youtube channel.
- Do not have images of porn, cursing, etc.
New User Rules
These rules should be followed by newer users. They no longer apply when the user has:
- Reached 125 edits on their profile card.
- Been of at least 3 months on the site actively without leaving for 3+ days in a row.
- Earned 500 badge points.
All these rules below should be followed, and this begins on their first steps in the wiki.
Run awayand pay! If you're caught doing things you're not supposed to do, just admit that you broke rules and pay for your cyber-crimes by even requesting 'longer' amounts of time on a ban to show reverence to the staff.
- Smiles go for
milespixels! Act like you have a very positive attitude for the wiki, and try not to make a carefree impression until others feel like you "fit in". Just try to look 'nice', so the staff have a positive connotation of you, and build trust with the community so you do not look like a person who is a troll, hacker, vandal, spammer, gangster, meme hipster (people who do memes a lot), or other things.
- Do lots of jobs! That's truly the key! You'll reach
GoldSYSOP Rank. Just wait and see! If you take part in a large amount of Missions and Projects, you are sure to become an administrator. Just make sure you are aware of guidelines and rules you have to get through first.
moneyexperience you earn is shared with the guildwiki community! That's the way our friendship will build! The reputation you earn as yourself is always kept by you. However, you have to share your experience, or WAM Factor, with the wiki community so we can all benefit with the opportunity.
- The first edits shouldn't be like Reddit's! Since most of us can agree that Reddit is a social media realm, a lot of the media is just as you can say "trash". Always follow the Manual of Style.
- A users' first contribution should always be self-attribution! If you just started here, you should always, Always, ALWAYS make your first contribution to YOUR OWN profile. The wiki seems more friendly if everyone were to have a profile picture.
Wiki Staff Guidelines
- Rollbacks have the ability to instantly undo edits.
- When using this right, contact an administrator (unless you are one) if a big edit has been made.
- Chat and Discussion Moderators are able to delete comments and kick regular users from chat.
- Do not delete comments just because they are contrary to your beliefs.
- Unless they absolutely need to be deleted, do not delete them. More comments make the wiki seem friendly, and not like a deserted wasteland.
- Sysops are Content Moderators, Administrators, and Bureaucrats.
- When starting big projects, notify at least half of the staff.
- If they do not approve, do not continue with it.
- Do not change the theme without permission.
- Bureaucrats are the highest rank on a wiki, excluding FANDOM Staff.
- This applies to the bureaucrats, and these laws still are unable to change, even though their bureaucrat ancestors and predecessors have defied them.
Manual of Style
See Manual Of Style for details.
The commentary rules can be found here
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