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- Only add information that is valid and verifiable: Unless you're editing articles about the action itself (episodes, chapters), reference the episode or chapter where the information is taken from - at least once per paragraph. Using braces ("The Word"), footnotes , or a simple link for the citation is up to you.
- Please do not post anything in the article body that is bias. (For example, Gilead is an illegimate regime from a hostile takeover.). Yes, everyone has an opinion, but this is an informational website. Express your opinion in a comment, a blog post, or a discussion. (See below: "Want to discuss stuff?")
- Do not edit someone else's userpage or blog posts without their consent.
- As said before, leave opinions in the comments.
- Please speak respectfully to other users. No harassing, threatening or insulting others.
- Do not post any vulgar content. Swearing is allowed to a certain extent when used as part of normal speech and not directed at someone (eg. "That was fucking awesome!" is ok, "You're a fucking bitch" is not).
How to help out
- If you want to help but you're not sure where to start, try improving the various stub articles by adding content. Remember to reference the source.
- Work on relationships and other theme pages.
- Create galleries and snapshot illustrations for episodes and characters.
- You can find a list of useful templates on Category:Templates.
- If you need help editing, you could start with Help:Editing or the tutorial.
Want to discuss stuff?
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- To work up story content more elaborately and share your questions and answers with the community for discussion, the best thing to do is to write a blog post, which has an own comment section below it for your readers. Categories can be added to name the topics your essay refers to; to link to your essay from a related article, use its "Reference" section.
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