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Rules

Note: Policy pages will have a talk page instead of a comment section.

Once more, welcome to the The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs Wiki! There are very few policies which apply across all of Wikia; the ones that do can be found at their Policy Category.

Try to approach the rules, regulations and policies with a little common sense; most of them are self-explanatory so try and adhere to the spirit rather than the lettering of the rules.

General Rules & Regulations

  1. Don't vandalize current pages. Continued vandalism will result in a block.
  2. No offensive pages with sexual/vulgar language or racist remarks.
  3. Don't make pointless pages. If you see one, add the {{Delete}}.
  4. Please respect neutrality.
  5. Please don't comment on closed discussions.

Ways to Stay Neutral

  1. Try not to only provide one point of view, but all relevant viewpoints as necessary.
  2. Support your article with actual facts.
  3. Use a reliable source.

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Article Guidelines

Welcome to The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs Wiki! This page is a set of guidelines to help keep articles organized and formatted in a consistent manner.

Articles which don't meet these guidelines, for the most part, should be marked with a {{Cleanup}} tag.

General

  • Articles should be written in American English, as the official English translation uses such.
    • Instances such as "dialogue", "monologue" and so on are an exception.
  • Articles should be written from a neutral and unbiased perspective.
  • Speculation and ambiguous information are not allowed in articles.
  • Character chronologies and light novel/manga/anime summaries should be written in past tense.
    • Chronologies should be written as if they take place in the The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs universe. As such, sentences such as "In Volume X", "In Chapter X" or "In Episode X" should be avoided.
  • PageーNew Page with no layout format/empty according to article guidelines will be deleted immediately.

Article Layout

Note: Recommended to use source editor (classic editor) instead of new feature Edit for better editing article.

Character pages

  1. Stub: Template - {{Stub}}
  2. Tabber (only if the character is significant by using <tabber></tabber> or <gallery></gallery>)
  3. Infobox: Template - {{Infobox Character}}
  4. Quote (if applicable; should be notable and reflect the personality of the character): Template - {{Quote}}
  5. Nihongo: Template - {{Nihongo}}
  6. Appearance
  7. Personality
  8. Story Overview
    1. Background (Background/Previous Life/Before the Summon/Etc.)
    2. Volume [what volume]
  9. Relationships
  10. Abilities (If character possessed any ability/skill)
    1. Abilities/Skills
    2. Equipment (Tools/Battle Gear/Etc.)
  11. Trivia (bullet list, optional)
  12. Gallery
  13. References: Template - {{References}}

Light Novel volumes

  1. Tabber (only if the volume/book is significant by using <tabber></tabber> or <gallery></gallery>)
  2. Infobox: Template - {{Infobox Book}}
  3. Official Synopsis
  4. Chapters (bullet list)
  5. Summary
  6. Adaptation Notes
  7. Illustrations: Template - {{Illustration}}
  8. References

Manga volumes

  1. Tabber (only if the volume/book is significant by using <tabber></tabber> or <gallery></gallery>)
  2. Infobox: Template - {{Infobox Book}}
  3. Synopsis
  4. Chapter (bullet list)
  5. Plot
  6. Adaptation Notes
  7. References

Anime episodes

  1. Infobox: Template - {{Infobox Anime}}
  2. Summary
  3. Characters
  4. Gallery
  5. Navigation

Trivia

What does not count as trivia:

  • WN contents. Reason: The contents has already changed from the original story. It will only contradict the canon sources such as light novel and manga.
  • Speculation.
  • Information that can be deduced from the observation of the subject (e.g. plot details)
  • Previously stated information (appearance, personality, etc.)

Image Guidelines

This page is a set of guidelines for images on The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs Wiki.

General

  • Check the Image before adding the image you want to the fandom.
    • Just in case you've added another same image.
    • Duplicate images should be avoided. (Action: Remove)
  • Fanart is only allowed in user pages and is not to go in articles. This restriction also applies to comments.
    • Contact admin & staffs for protection as long you have proof it belongs to you or someone else.
  • Name of the image must not in long and nonsense name.
    • For example: HDS*NVDSNGUN54@59%034GI&2IGNI^N!GDSK784UI1B11JBUFIE894HJ.jpg is not allowed. (Action: Remove or change the name)
  • Image must crop cleaned/properly.
    • If needed (Action: Remove)
  • Images must be in raw Japanese or have all translated text removed.
  • Watermarked images should be avoided, especially non-official ones.
  • All images must be properly licensed.
  • Uploading any image in png format is recommended for better quality image

Consequences

Images which don't meet these guidelines, for the most part, should be marked with a {{Cleanup}}, {{Delete}} tag or, will be deleted immediately.

Referencing Guidelines

On the The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs Wiki we encourage users to cite and reference any information that is added.

Every content page should have references and citations. As such, if a page does not have a "References" heading, add it and as well as the references tag below it. This is the references tag: → <references/> ←

How To Cite

Light Novel:
<ref>The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Light Novel — [[Light Novel Volume #|Volume #]], Chapter #: Chapter Name</ref>
Manga:
<ref>The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Manga — [[The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Manga Chapter #|Chapter #]]</ref>
Anime:
<ref>The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Anime — [[</code>The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs <code> Episode #|Episode #]]</ref>

Citing more than once

In cases where information uses the same reference more than once, start with this:
<ref name="Name">The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Anime — [[The World of Otome Game is Tough for Mobs Episode #|Episode #]]</ref>
followed by this for subsequent sourcing:
<ref name="Name" />

Problems With Referencing?

If you come across any problems while referencing or have any suggestions to improve the way we reference information, ask an administrator.

Treatment of Vandalism

Note: Policy pages will have a talk page instead of a comment section.

Vandalism is the act of incorrectly changing a page, causing the article or page to be incorrect, unpresentable, or both.

Types of Vandalism

There are a few types of vandalism, depending on which page it appears on. Vandalizing can be anything from putting incorrect or outdated information on a page, to deleting text.

Vandalism on Article Pages

Types generally include:

  • Deleting text
    • Deleting all of the text.
  • Adding gibberish, unrelated content or speculation.
  • Changing the article's name without notifying one of the admins beforehand. Notify them by leaving a message on their message wall.
  • Changing text to a language other than English, or when present, Japanese.
    • Changing the entire article's language into any language except for English.

More types may crop up due to creative vandals, but these are the most common issues that may come up.

Nobody wants to check the page history to find out if the page has been vandalized, but if anything suspicious appears, it will be reviewed and action will be taken.

Please note, being disrespectful and leaving rude comments is not vandalism, but it does not look good, and rude statements or statements implying one user should consider another user "superior" to them will generally be treated in the same class as vandalism.

Consequences

  • If anyone who edits blatantly vandalizes the wiki, they will likely be blocked by an administrator.
  • Edits that are harmful or in violation of the wiki's rules will result in a warning from an administrator or veteran user. The decision is then up to the administrators if they will ban the user or if they will give them another chance.
  • If a new user has broken some rules but their edits appear to be in good faith, they will likely not be marked for a block. Instead, the user may receive a post on the user's message wall explaining to them why and what they were doing wrong. However, if the user refuses to change their attitude after being warned, they will be banned.
  • Creating a new account to circumvent an existing ban will result in the banned account(s) being banned for an increased period and the new account being permanently banned.

Block Length

A registered user can be banned up to an infinite amount of time. The length of the ban will be decided by the administrators, unless there was a forum about that specific user as mentioned previously; then the user will be banned for the time period the community agreed on.

An important point to keep in mind is that if a user comes back from a block and continues to misbehave, their new block will be longer than the last one, and will continue to increase for each offence. Admins may make minor alterations to this if they feel a case warrants it, but generally, ban lengths will be these lengths:

  • 1 Day
  • 3 Days
  • 1 Week
  • 2 Weeks
  • 1 Month
  • 3 Months
  • 6 Months
  • 1 Year
  • Permanent

Punishment and Rule Disputes

If any user feels the rules, guidelines, and ideas are unfair, please discuss them to fandom's founder, NotOriginal or administrators, MrCents 04 / Afzal108, either by leaving a message on their message wall, on a policy talk page, or on a forum. Furthermore, comments from better received and more active users will be taken more seriously than comments from less active users.

Blog & Chat

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General

  • Rudeness and the insulting of other users will not be tolerated. Remember that other users may have opinions that may contradict your own. Be respectful.


Article Comments

Article comments are ways to communicate with other users about the article at hand. While comments are more lightly regulated, there are some rules.

Discord Channel

(This is not yet done) An external way to communicate with other users. This is our primary discussion medium.

  • To join, create a Discord account and click "connect" on the Discord widget located on the right side of the page.

Blogs

Blogs are an alternative way to communicate with wiki users other than in forums. While blogs are more lightly regulated, there are some restrictions to prevent pointless blogs.

  • Blog's title may not be identical to an article's title.
  • Blogs should be related to The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs or to the The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs Wiki. Exceptions are rare and subject to an admin's discretion.
  • Blogs with comment sections that get out of hand (ex: turn into flame wars) may be subjected to having the comments get locked.
  • Blogs are not allowed to have any categories added to them aside from Category:Blog posts. Any additional categories that are added, will be added by an admin.


Chat Room

The chat room is a generally fun and enjoyable place to communicate with other users. In order to use the chat room, you need to have an account. Remember that the chat room is a privilege, and can be taken away at administrator discretion. Chat moderators and administrators hold the power to kick and ban users from the chat.

Chat Ban Policy

Ban-Worthy Actions
  • Insulting, threatening, or being rude to other users.
  • Spamming the chat. This can include, but is not limited to: repeatedly posting the same links, writing the same thing over and over again, continuously talking in a language other than English or posting inappropriate images in the chat.
  • Linking of pornographic material in the main chat.
  • Disruption to the chat, such as excessive racism, religious debates, flaming wars, bashing and gore links/discussions are also not acceptable.
  • Creating a new account to circumvent an existing ban will result in the banned account(s) being banned for an increased period and the new account being permanently banned.
  • Inciting people in chat to "invade" another wiki's chat for the purpose of spam, insulting users or any other form of antisocial behaviour. This may result in bans on multiple wikis, not just this one.
Steps of a Ban
  • A ban-worthy chat offence is first served with a warning, either verbal or in the form of a kick, from a chat moderator or administrator. One of the immediate ban of user's account is removing the fair warning send by the admin. This will serve as an evidence of showing disrespect and an immediate action will be taken care.
  • The second warning is followed by a ban from chat. In order to debate the length of your ban, you can contact the moderator who performed the action.

Punishment and Rule Disputes

If any user feels the rules, guidelines, and ideas are unfair, please discuss them to an administrator, either by leaving a message on their message wall, on a policy talk page, or on a forum. We all recommend signing up, and comments from random IP addresses are of less priority. Furthermore, comments from better received and more active users will be taken more seriously than comments from less active users.

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