Thanks for visiting this page! Here is a set of guidelines for users who wish to contribute by editing or creating articles. We ask that all users respect the rules and policies of Webtoon Wiki, and edit in good faith. Keep in mind that activity on this wiki is monitored and violations of editing protocol may result in edit reversion. Recurring offenses will incur a warning or block. The following is a list and description of the rules and policies of the Webtoon Wiki.
All articles must be written in English. This wiki consists of an English-speaking community, and all edits are expected to adhere to proper English writing and grammar. Do not use jargon or colloquial phrases outside of the subject matter itself, and try to avoid unnecessarily complex wording. All pages should be easily understood by readers who have a passable level of fluency in the English language.
This wiki is a free encyclopedia accessible to users 13+. Vulgar language and profanity is strictly prohibited in articles, discussions, and anywhere in the wiki. First-time offenders will receive a warning; any subsequent violations will result in an immediate block.
All articles should be written in present tense and a neutral, third-person format. Words such as "I" or "you" are strictly forbidden. Factual information must be clearly detailed, cited, and free of opinion or bias. Parentheticals or phrases that are enclosed within parentheses are discouraged on text-based pages. Any additional details can be expressed in a separate sentence or comma-separated clause. Parentheses should be used only as a part of translations and the occasional use of acronyms.
As previously stated in the Site Policies, all uploaded images must be licensed to avoid copyright violations. For cohesion purposes, please name all images in accordance to its contents. All images should be .png format.
- Webtoon thumbnails should be named "(Webtoon name).png"
- ie. Lore Olympus thumbnail should be named "Lore Olympus.png"
- Multiple images featuring the same subject can be numbered or expanded within reason
- ie. Lore Olympus thumbnails can be named "Lore Olympus.png" for season one and "Lore Olympus S2.png" for season two
- Slider banners should be named "(Webtoon name) Banner.png"
- ie. Lore Olympus banner should be named "Lore Olympus Banner.png"
All users are expected to abide by this naming system to avoid duplicate images and unintentional image overwrite. Unused or irrelevant images are subject to removal.
Citation and Referencing
General statements taken from the series do not need to be cited. Any factual information such as character personality traits, plot points, and character histories must be referenced and linked to its corresponding episodes. This allows readers to check any facts they may disagree with.
To add a reference, cite the source of information between <ref></ref> tags.
- All information can be cited as <ref>Webtoon: Title | Source, Chapter # | Retrieved MM DD, YYYY.</ref>
Please maintain proper formatting to ensure cohesiveness of the page. For additional help on citing, please contact a staff member.
The Statistics section is formatted into infoboxes and should contain relevant, accurate statistics.
This wiki only deals with information provided on the English-translated chapters of Webtoons. For users who read ahead on the original language version, please do not upload any spoiler information.
Speculation/Theories and Assumptions
Guesswork through unconfirmed speculation is unacceptable. This wiki only deals with clearly defined facts. Any mentions of references to materials outside of the series must be clear and direct homages to those other works. There should be no guesswork involved when recounting the events that actually happen in a story or relationships among different characters.
Speculations and other unknowns can be added to comments, such as discussion and article comments, where these ideas can be put to discussion. Some theories are interesting and sometimes even plausible, but they cannot be displayed alongside things that are factual, as it can become difficult for readers to determine which is which if it is all mixed together on the same page.