There's a trend to, in a title, capitalise three types of word.
- The first word, to make it look like a sentence.
- Any which are normally capitalised, such as character names.
- Other words deemed important -- this trope.
This means that small connecter words don't stand out when someone reads the title, making it smoother. However, the important ones are eye-catching and distinguish a work's title from normal text. If a small word does use upper-case, it's often a hint that the word is significant after all.
We like to do this on the wiki. Use the title customiser
to make a Wiki Word
See also CamelCase
and all lowercase letters
. Capital Letters Are Magic
can be an In-Universe
version. If there's a Title Drop
in the work, it will use normal capitalisation patterns rather than this.
This is an Omnipresent Trope
and thus too common for examples.