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This is the No.6 Wikia's Manual of Style, adhere to this style guideline for the articles.

Section orderEdit

  • Character Outline - The beginning section with a general intro.
  • History - Historical and background information on the character.
  • Personality - Information on the character's personality.
  • Plot Overview - The role a character played in the Story
  • Relationships - A Summary of the relationship a character has with another major character.
  • Abilities and Weapons - A list of any Technique/Special Ability/Weapons the character can use.
  • Appearances in other media - Hidden Novel Series, or any other canon appearance. Whilst Games aren't considered Cannon, they can provide useful information anyway.
  • Trivia - Trivia items. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line. (Fan theories and speculation are best placed in blog or discussion sections).
  • References - Just the ==References== section with a <references/> tag below it. To collect the <ref></ref> tag info in the page. Individual bits of info should be tagged with specific citation other than just the general sources section.

NotesEdit

  • If information is debatable, please take it to the talkpage before implimenting.
  • Plot Overview: Plot Overview should be written Like ==Plot Overview==, the Main Arc Name like ===Main Arc Name===, and finally the sub arc name like ====Sub Arc====
  • "Filler" should not be inserted into arc names.

Writing styleEdit

  • Articles should be written in past-tense, not present or future tense.
  • Articles should be written in an in-universe style, and not refer to the reader or viewer when talking about events. i.e 3rd person, not 1st or 2nd.
  • Articles should be independent of any point in the series, it should not be required that pages be update every time a new event happens in the timeline simply because articles were written from the perspective of someone reading on the latest chapter.
    • If you use the word "current" anywhere in a phrase to refer to something, you probably wrote it wrong.
    • Do not write article using terms such as "In Chapter..." or "In Episode...".
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