This is the D.Grayman Fanon Wiki manual of style page. Please follow this policy to create any article pages at the way we want them to have.
- Main – The general introduction a character page to begin with.
- Appearance – The appearance of a character, about what he is wearing, his hair style, his color of hair or eyes.
- Personality – The personality of the character.
- Personality Statistics – Scores about the characters good points.
- History – The past/history/events that happens of/to the character.
- History Outline – Short outline of the character history.
- Relationships – List of Relationships with IMPORTANT characters of the series.
- Note: – Relationship of characters are been created in separated pages instead on the character page itself.
- Plot – Arc sections, that should be written in headers like this:
- Some Arc
- Anime Only – Main Header only for anime only episodes.
- Some Arc
- note: Do also remembers, under the Arc header, we also placing the Main template.
- Some Arc
- Abilities – Outline about the character's abilities.
- Innocence – Outline about their Innocence.
- Trivia – Facts about the character that cannot be inserted in the page sections.
- Quotes – Characters that shootout important sayings, towards others or regular.
- References – Source of where the information got tagged by <ref></ref> tags. This section must be insterted like this: <small><references /></small>.
- Do not add any "font family spans" or spans that makes the letters more clearer. The reason is that it is hard for newcomers to edit the article pages that they love to edit, and so doing it, is just ruining it for them.
- Do not leave the page blank or make any minor editing, the pages that you have created will be deleted.
- Do not create a fan page or article pages containing fan images.
- Do not create a gallery in each article pages.
- Do not create a gallery page to show of images of a certain character of etc.
- Articles should be written in British English, not US English.
- Articles should be written in past-tense, not present or future tense.
- We do not add "In Chapter ?? was said that" or "In Episode ??", we are referencing the event.
- We also doesn't add literally texts coming from the manga itself, that makes the pages more childish instead of serious or complex.
- Articles should be written in an in-universe style, and not refer to the reader or viewer when talking about events.
- If you use the word "current" anywhere in a phrase to refer to something, you likely wrote it the wrong way.