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This page documents a Wiki guideline. It is the accepted standard that editors should follow, although it should be treated with common sense, as occasional exceptions will apply.
Please respect these rules when editing. Read all the policy pages before editing, just reading one does not cut it. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact an active administrator.
Do not vandalize current articles. Continued vandalism will result in a block. Longer periods of time will be given to those whose vandalism is more serious.
- Do not ask for Sysop (Administrative) status on the Wiki, it will not be given to you. It will, if anything, lower your chance of receiving it in the future. If there is a large amount of vandalism that needs reverting, you may request Moderator (rollback) status instead.
- No offensive articles with sexual implication, suggestive themes, vulgar language, or racist remarks.
- Do not make pointless articles.
- Please respect neutrality.
- Respect other users. Personal attacks are not acceptable in any form.
- Refrain from fighting and causing "edit wars" on articles. It is considered edit warring if someone were to make or undo the same edit more than three times in a twenty-four hour period. If such conflict should occur, the proper steps to be taken in this scenario should be for those users along with others to have a respectful discussion on the article's talk page. The convention is for the article to be left as it was prior to the disputed edit, representing the last accepted revision, until an overall consensus is reached.
- No advertising on articles.
- Swearing/profanity is not permitted unless you are directly quoting Tomb Raider or other related media in an article.
- Editors with unacceptable/offensive usernames may be banned on sight. If this happens, the administrators will take steps to help you change your username.
- No moving images in articles (moving .gif's)
For more, see Code of Conduct.
Ways to Stay Neutral
- Do not only provide one point of view, but all relevant viewpoints as necessary.
- Support your article with actual facts.
- Use a reliable source.
Ways to detect Bias
There are ways to detect if the article is biased. Here's how.
- The article only provides one point of view.
- Facts come from the source may be biased.
- Is the article lacking in diversity?
- Do the facts in the article have to deal with the article?
Cleaning up Bias
Cleaning up Bias may be difficult, but it can be done.
- Gather facts from other perspectives or other points of view.
- Make sure your sources are not biased.
- Support your facts with valid sources.
- Make sure your facts deal with the article.