These are frequently asked questions, mostly asked by new users to the wiki.
Are there rules?
Yes, If you are creating an OC, be sure to name the page the name of your character. If you want to make your own fanon of an existing canon character, name the page as follows.
[Name of Canon Character]/[Username]'s Fanon
If you want to update the information on the pages of canon characters, put canon/confirmed information only. If the page is messed up, you are also welcome to fix any issues, such as vandalism, messed up formatting, etc.
Every Page should have proper headings, describing the subject of the character, item, place, etc. Info is typically the first heading, and Trivia is typically the last heading on a page.
Bullying, harassment, vandalism, hacking, and trolling are against the rules and will have consequences. If you don't see your question on the page, contact an admin and address it properly and respectfully.
Can I make an OC?
Yes, you can! Just be sure to follow the rules, above.
How can I make an OC?
Click the "Add" button in the top right area, and name it the OC's name. You will automatically be taken the page in edit mode. Be sure to follow the rules above for creating your own OC.
How can I add a infobox?
When in edit mode, click on insert. You should see a drop down menu. Click on "Template" and you should see all the current existing infobox templates. If you can't find the specific one you are looking for, click search bar, with the magnifying glass on the very left and type in the name or article. Alternatively, you can click on "Infobox", and you should see all of the infoboxes already made. If you want to pick one of those, just click on one you want. If you want to make your own Infobox, there should be dotted box at the very bottom of the Infobox menu that has "Add a new template" in the middle of it. It will take you to your brand new Infobox in edit mode. Be sure to add your labels and name them accordingly. You can separate the info into different categories, using section headers to divide it. Be sure to name the section header what categories the labels would be in. Click "Publish" in the top right area of the screen, and your infobox will be saved!
What's God modding?
God modding is taking control of another player's character in a role-play. This is heavily frowned upon by most people, because it is unfair to the player who's character is being controlled by the god mod. It is against the rules, here on this wikia.