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This is the Manual of Style for Angry German Kid Wiki, please do not do any reorganization and cleanup of wikitext on the wiki unless you are fixing things to follow this style guideline.


Index

Writing style

  • Articles optionally can be written in future-tense, but if the action happened earlier or it is happening, it's recommended to write the following articles in past or present tense.
  • Scripts should be written in an in-universe style, and not refer to the reader or viewer when talking about events.

WikiText style

  • Headers should be in the form ==Header==, not the form == Header ==. This only applies to articles, image pages use == Summary == automatically and talkpages are free form and no changes should ever be made to header style.
  • Things like [[Leonard Slikk|Leonard Slikk]] and [[Leonard Slikk|leonard slikk]] are pointless if the title looks almost identical to the matching page, only [[Leonard Slikk]] should be used.
    • To avoid this mistake, correct it in source mode.
  • Don't bypass redirects using things like [[Leopold|Leopold Slikk]], make use of the redirect properly with [[Leopold Slikk]] or [[Leopold Slikk|Leopold]].
  • The first header must appear ONLY after the first information, NOT BEFORE IT!
  • Shortened date formats can be optionally used in pages, however it shouldn't be used!

Common improper style changes

  • Do not add last names to links unless you have a valid reason to do so (full character name has not been used earlier in the article). Full names should not be abused to bypass redirects.
  • Do not change page numbers in ref tags to have a leading zero. Going around the wiki and changing 3 to 03 despite most pages sticking to 3 does not improve the wiki at all and just adds pointless edits, just stick with 3.
  • Do not write the first letter of a character's name in lowercase. The first letter of a character's name should always be capitalized.
  • Do not place punctuation inside the quotation marks. The correct placement is outside. Example: "AGK plays Unreal Tournament".
  • When editing, do not use more than one question mark or exclamation point in a row. One is all that is ever needed.
    • However, this doesn't apply to transcripts, quotes, comments and message walls.
  • Do not use present tense in articles, unless you are referring to something that is happening in the present.
  • Do not add captions to all images in gallery pages. (only some images should have captions)
  • Do not use international native language spelling or grammar. As we mentioned in the GuidelinesAngry German Kid Wiki uses the english language. Just like the wiki, angry german kid parodist commonly make English/American parodies, so therefore American/British English spellings and grammar conventions should always be used.

Specific article guidelines

Characters

Each character article must include:

  • Notable information that describes who is the character, in which series the character appears and what the character does in the following series.
  • A character infobox with all known information.
  • Appearances - Describing the series and episode where the following character appears.
  • Trivia - Trivia items. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line.
  • References (optional) - Just the ==References== section with a {{Reflist}} template below it to collect the <ref></ref> tag info in the page. Individual bits of info should be tagged with specific citation other than just the general sources section.
  • Every character article must be categorized with this category: Category:Characters
  • Gallery (optional) - You can include photos in the character page but make sure that it follows our policies.

Games

Each video game article must include:

  • An infobox with all known information about it, and also make sure that is notable, factual and related to AGK.
  • A description of the game.
  • Every video game article must be categorized with this category: Category:Games

Songs

Each song article must include:

  • A description of the song, including the writer(s), performer(s), and episode(s) featured in.
  • It should also include information related to AGK.
  • Every music article must be categorized with this category: Category:Songs

Episodes

Each episode article must include:

  • Notable information that describes in which series the episode appears and which characters appeared or will appear in the following episode.
  • An episode infobox with all known information.
  • Characters - The list of characters that appeared in the episode. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line.
  • Appearances - Describing the series about the character and episode where the following character appears.
  • Trivia - Trivia items. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line.
  • References (Optional)- Just the ==References== section with a {{Reflist}} template below it to collect the <ref></ref> tag info in the page. Individual bits of info should be tagged with specific citation other than just the general sources section.

Every episode article should have this category: Category:Episodes

AGK Series articles

Each user article must include:

  • Notable information (related to AGK) that describes who is the parodist and how many characters appear in the series.
  • A parodist infobox with all known information.
  • Characters - The list of characters that appeared in the series. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line.
  • History - The history about the parodist and their career.
  • Episodes - The list of episodes the parodist made, for more detailed information, it's recommened to use tables.
  • Gallery (optional) - You can include photos in the page but make sure that it follows our policies.
  • Trivia (optional)- Trivia items. Organized in list format using * at the start of the line.
  • References (optional) - Just the References section with a {{Reflist}} template below it to collect the <ref></ref> tag info in the page. Individual bits of info should be tagged with specific citation other than just the general sources section.