Fallout Roleplaying Wiki

The Fallout Roleplaying and Fanon Wiki's policies and guidelines stand as a framework of best practices, serving to guide contributors. The following outlines general rules for the wiki's administration and it's content. This establishes basic criteria for all content and rules for using administrative tools. Guidelines describe desired etiquette and common practice in the creation, editing, and organization of articles on this wiki. The goal is to make the wiki easier to use for both editors and readers alike and to make its appearance more consistent and streamlined.

Adding or changing policies and guidelines

Any editor is free to edit policies and guidelines to improve clarity, but larger changes should be made via a rights holder with updates to the community or community suggestion. Should a guideline be entirely disputed, consider making a forum to keep a record of the points and outcome.

List of policies and guidelines

Policy/guideline What it concerns
Administration policy Administrative actions including blocking, deletion, and page protection
Article layout guideline What to put where in articles
Content organization guideline How content is organized, what makes a subject qualify for an own article, how to name, categorize, use disambiguations
Content policy What content may be added to the wiki and what rules apply to all content
Editing guideline How to write and properly format content
Reference formatting guideline How to format references within articles
Image policy Which images may be uploaded and added to articles as well as quality criteria they should fulfill
User conduct guideline How editors should conduct themselves
Discord Link to our Discord
Roleplaying How users should conduct themselves in roleplays
Notable loot Loot that qualifies for notable loot sections on location pages
Discussions forum guidelines The rules that apply to the discussions

In the event of a conflict between any of the rules, please contact a moderator or administrator.