This page states the general rules and guidelines that every user who contributes to Mythology Wiki must abide by. Please note that Wikia's wiki-wide rules do apply to this wiki, even though not stated here. Also note that every rule here is subject to change at any time without warning. Any user account is subject to banishment if they break any of these rules, but the conditions and form of punishment varies depending on which rule you've broken.
Manual of Style
- Main article: Mythology Wiki:Style
Click the above link to find out how to set up Mythology Wiki articles.
Vandalism is against every wiki's policy on Wikia. Any user caught vandalizing a page of any kind here on Mythology Wiki is subject to termination from the wiki. In the case that an unregistered user ("A Wikia Contributor") is found violating this rule, they are subject to having their IP address blocked. In addition, this wiki could be changed so that only registered members can edit here.
Remember if you want to write something funny then please take it to Uncyclopedia.
Below is a chart of the punishment that follows each offense:
|4th Offense and higher||
Profanity, also known informally as "swearing" or "cussing", is allowed here, but do not take advantage of this rule. This means no spamming swear words on talk pages, comment sections, or anywhere. Note that swearing is only allowed in the userspace, like User profiles, User talks, some article talk pages, and forums.
Profanity that is directed at a specific user or wiki is not allowed here and your account can be blocked for harassment.
The chart under the "Vandalism" section applies to this as well.
Even though it is good to be an aspiring writer, this wiki isn't the place to be writing fan-fiction. Fan-fiction of any kind, such as Troendism, is only limited to the userspace. If you don't like it then we advise that you take your homemade fiction to a wiki that specifically is made for fan-fiction.
Personal images are defined by Mythology Wiki as images that are used for the userspace and/or contain personal information. For example, a piece of fanart, a photo of you, or anything similar counts as a personal image. The current maximum limit on the amount of such pictures you can have is one. Personal images that contain real-life photos of a user is subject to immediate deletion on sight.
- Main article: Mythology Wiki:Deletion
- Main article: Mythology Wiki:Verifiability
- Main article: Mythology Wiki:Policy/Protected pages
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- Main article: Mythology Wiki:Policy/GNU Free Documentation License