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So, your favorite work is a Administrivia/{{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make a work's page, and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.

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So, your favorite work is a Administrivia/{{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves If you'd like to have create a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make for a work's page, creator or a work, rest assured; Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.a step-by-step guide for building a page with the correct markup.



The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the namespaces below) or by creating a Administrivia/RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\

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The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, work/creator, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one the media of the namespaces below) or by creating work. Alternatively, you can find/create a Administrivia/RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\



Note that we require usage of the official name of the work, not {{Fan Nickname}}s. In the case of {{Recycled Title}}s, append the year of release to later entries (e.g.: the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames 7th-gen]] reboot of the ''Tomb Raider'' series would go in [=VideoGame/TombRaider2013=], to differentiate it from the first game, which is on [=VideoGame/TombRaider=]).\\

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Note that we require usage of the official name of the work, not {{Fan Nickname}}s. In Nickname}}s, and some works/creators share the case same name, making some form of {{Recycled Title}}s, append the year of release [[AmbiguityIndex disambiguation]] necessary. Consult AskTheTropers if you're uncertain how to later entries (e.g.: the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames 7th-gen]] reboot of the ''Tomb Raider'' series would go in [=VideoGame/TombRaider2013=], to differentiate it from the first game, which is on [=VideoGame/TombRaider=]).disambiguate between existing titles.\\



Remember to use the correct namespace for the article. For reference, the list of officially supported namespaces can be found [[Administrivia/{{Namespace}} here]].\\

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Remember to use the correct namespace for the article. For reference, the list of officially supported namespaces can be found [[Administrivia/{{Namespace}} [[{{Administrivia/Namespace}} here]].\\

# '''Add a Description'''\\
Now that you're on the right article and you've clicked [Edit Page], write up a short description of the work/creator. A work name should have ''italics'' for longer works, or "quotes" for shorter works like songs, essays, or individual chapters/episodes of a larger work. Do not use bold or underlining. No special formatting is to be used for creator names, personas, sacred texts, or a series of works collectively referred to by a non-Franchise name.
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At the top of the page, write up a short description of the work. The work name should have ''italics'' for longer works, or "quotes" for shorter works like songs, essays, or individual chapters/episodes of a larger work. No bolding is used for work titles. No special formatting is to be used for personas, sacred texts or series of works collectively referred to by a non-Franchise name.\\
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Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page, another wiki or any other site.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]
# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. Underneath it, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". (The !! at the beginning of the line is the Header markup.) Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.\\

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Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it they sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), and plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page, another wiki wiki, or any other site.'' site''. That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]
# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. Underneath it, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". (The !! at the beginning of the line is the Header markup.) Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.\\
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The trope examples should be in a bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one entry per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how the trope applies. Check the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if you need help with the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.\\

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The trope examples should be in At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. \\

# '''(Optional work index)'''\\
For a creator page or a franchise page, include an overview of related works as a simple
bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one entry per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how list after the trope applies. Check description. Type a header that says "!! Works in the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if you need help with ''[Work Name]'' series:" for single-medium franchises. (The !! at the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.beginning of the line is the Header markup.) \\



There should be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off the bat), or the page is at risk of being sent to the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can!\\

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There should A related work for a creator page would be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and anything they've been involved in the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off creation of, as a writer, actor, editor, or anything else that gets your name on the bat), cover. A related work for a franchise page would be any work that the primary creator includes in that franchise. If one or more of the works does not yet have a wiki page associated with it, please list them as {{Administrivia/redlink}}s to make things easier in case the page is at risk of being sent to gets created in the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can!\\future.\\



Finish off the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. \\

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Finish off For works where this creator is not one of the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. primary creators, such as an actor instead of a director, the work should be excluded from the index tags. See Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks for more information on index tags.\\



Once you have a description and a trope list, click "preview" to check your work and then click "save" to save your edits and publish the page.
# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page type to "work". There you go.\\

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Once you have a description and a trope list, click "preview" to check your work and then click "save" to save your edits and publish At the page.
# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side
bottom of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page overview, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to "work". There you go.create a horizontal line. \\

# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
Underneath the line, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.
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This'll enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.
# '''Add indexes'''\\
Find an index where the work belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in your work. You should have at least one index, but if it fits in multiple places, you can add it to more than one index.\\

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This'll enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.
# '''Add indexes'''\\
Find an index where the work belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in your work. You
The trope examples should have at least be in a bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one index, but trope name per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how the trope applies. Check the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if it fits in multiple places, you can add it to more than one index.need help with the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.\\



Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks covers this topic in more detail.
# '''Submit a custom title''' (not always necessary)\\

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There should be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off the bat), or the page is at risk of being sent to the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can! Creators do not have a minimum trope requirement, but see Administrivia/CreatorPageGuidelines before adding examples.\\
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Finish off the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. \\

# '''Check your work'''\\
Now click "Preview" to see if there are any unintentional {{Wiki Word}}s, misspellings, or grammar mistakes. You can publish the page by clicking "Save".

# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page type to "creator" if you've made a page for an actor, director, scriptwriter, etc, or set it to "work" if you've made a page for a franchise, videogame, or musician. \\
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This will enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.\\

# '''Adding indexes'''\\
Find an index where the work or creator belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in the article. You should have at least one index, but it likely fits in multiple places, so please add a link in every appropriate location.
Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks covers this topic in more detail.
detail.\\

# '''Submit a '''(Optional custom title''' (not always necessary)\\title submission)''' \\






If you want people to know that your page exists, you'll have to link to it around the Wiki. Remember that trope list you wrote up earlier? Take some time to visit the pages for the tropes you listed and do some EntryPimping, adding your work as an example on the trope pages. This'll help attract WikiMagic to make the work's page grow!
# '''Add an image''' (optional)\\

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If you want people to know that your page exists, you'll have to link to it around the Wiki. Remember that trope list you wrote up earlier? Take some time to visit the pages for the tropes you listed and do some EntryPimping, adding your work as an example on the trope pages. This'll help attract WikiMagic Administrivia/WikiMagic to make the work's page grow!
article grow!

# '''Add an image''' (optional)\\'''(Optional image uploading)''' \\


So, your favorite work is a {{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make a work's page, and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.

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So, your favorite work is a {{Redlink}}, Administrivia/{{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make a work's page, and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.



The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the namespaces below) or by creating a RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\

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The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the namespaces below) or by creating a RedLink Administrivia/RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\


Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]

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Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.page, another wiki or any other site.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]

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* '''What if it's an upcoming work that hasn't been released in full yet?'''\\
This is allowed, but we have a whole policy for that because it tends to attract Administrivia/SpeculativeTroping and Administrivia/{{Natter}}. See Administrivia/CreatingAWorkPageForAnUpcomingWork.


Negaimasu High

The Star Of Negaimasu High
The city of Krawen was wants a horrible place. It had violence, crime and was an overall bad place tas free from any type of crime. By the year 2028 other cities around the country followed in Kravinís footsteps creating their own cities of severe law enforcements as well as strict policies. 4 years befo live. This town's bad nature had a negative effect on the economy. Thus the city was torn down and rebuilt. This time only the desirables were allowed to inhabit it creating a utopia where the city wore this the church discovered magic and advantageously took control of the state turning many into Catholics. After this discovery children were being born with magic and passed it down for generations to come. Unfortunately there were some people who were born without magic and were deemed unblessed and discriminated against. However even with this status the children blessed or unblessed go to a school where they would learn to use and enhance their powers as well as get their education.
It is now the year 2102 and Kraven has had more peaceful days. Though the city still seems to be a stable living environment, like other cities people have used magic and other tools to go into a life of crime. Negaimasu High is a high school that resides in Kraven and focuses on molding itís students into strong moral people. Students are put into specific classes representing their rank which is determined by their abilities and intelligence. The Unblessed are automatically put in the lowest group being Class F. The smarter more capable students are put in the higher level classes. These students run the school and have more jurisdiction when it comes to school policies. The ranks are chosen by a physical and intellectual test during enrollment. Magic ability is also tested and ranked playing a huge role in this ranking. The overall scores are listed below.

Class X: These students are only made up a few but it is said that if they band together they can take out everyone in the whole city. These students have magic scores over 1000 and are highly dangerous individuals when it comes to combat. There scores greatly surpass other classes and often strike fear in other students.[Unmeasurable]

Class A: Strong Students with high intelligence and High magic scores. The student council resides here and the students are often overbearing and will make it a point for you to recognize their superiority. [800-1000]

Class B: Powerful students who have high magic scores as well as above average intelligence. These students usually enforce rules like Class A however are outranked in comparison. [500-799]

Class C: Average students who have access to magic however arenít anything special when it comes to using it. Their combat ability as well as intelligence is satisfactory making these students rarely stand out. [300-499]

Class D: Underachieving students who get low to average grades and are overall looked down to at Negaimasu High. These students have small access to magic and receive little to no respect from other classes at the school. [100-299]

Class F: The lowest Rank in the school, these students have zero magic ability so there scores are mostly based off their intelligence. Most teachers treat them as equals however students in upper classes look down on this group and usually spend their free time degrading their status.
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Negaimasu High

The Star Of Negaimasu High
The city of Krawen was wants
So, your favorite work is a horrible {{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. It had violence, crime Anyone can make a work's page, and was an overall bad place tas free from [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any type of crime. By work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.
!! Step-by-step guide

# '''Find
the year 2028 other cities around blank page to edit'''\\
The first step is to find
the country followed in Kravinís footsteps creating their own cities of severe law enforcements as well as strict policies. 4 years befo live. This town's bad nature had a negative effect on page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the economy. Thus URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the city was torn down name of the work, and rebuilt. This time only "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the desirables were allowed to inhabit it namespaces below) or by creating a utopia RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\
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Note that we require usage of the official name of the work, not {{Fan Nickname}}s. In the case of {{Recycled Title}}s, append the year of release to later entries (e.g.: the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames 7th-gen]] reboot of the ''Tomb Raider'' series would go in [=VideoGame/TombRaider2013=], to differentiate it from the first game, which is on [=VideoGame/TombRaider=]).\\
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Remember to use the correct namespace for the article. For reference, the list of officially supported namespaces can be found [[Administrivia/{{Namespace}} here]].\\
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At the top of the page, write up a short description of the work. The work name should have ''italics'' for longer works, or "quotes" for shorter works like songs, essays, or individual chapters/episodes of a larger work. No bolding is used for work titles. No special formatting is to be used for personas, sacred texts or series of works collectively referred to by a non-Franchise name.\\
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Good things to include: the name of the work's creator(s), the year it was first published, the genre and medium(s), a brief and spoiler-free overview of the plot, and a link to the official website.\\
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Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]
# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. Underneath it, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". (The !! at the beginning of the line is the Header markup.) Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.\\
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The trope examples should be in a bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one entry per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how the trope applies. Check the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if you need help with the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.\\
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There should be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off the bat), or the page is at risk of being sent to the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can!\\
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Finish off the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. \\
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Once you have a description and a trope list, click "preview" to check your work and then click "save" to save your edits and publish the page.
# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page type to "work". There you go.\\
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This'll enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.
# '''Add indexes'''\\
Find an index
where the city wore work belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in your work. You should have at least one index, but if it fits in multiple places, you can add it to more than one index.\\
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Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks covers
this topic in more detail.
# '''Submit a custom title''' (not always necessary)\\
This is only necessary if
the church discovered magic and advantageously took control title includes punctuation or special characters; otherwise, skip this step. Under the "More" dropdown of the state turning many into Catholics. After this discovery children were being born with magic page header, find the "[=WikiWord=]" link and passed it down for generations click it. Fill out the form to come. Unfortunately there were some people who were born without magic add punctuation, correct capitalization, and were deemed unblessed and discriminated against. However even with this status the children blessed or unblessed go to so on. Once a school where they would learn to use and enhance their powers as well as get their education.
It is now the year 2102 and Kraven has had more peaceful days. Though the city still seems to be a stable living environment, like other cities people have used magic and other tools to go into a life of crime. Negaimasu High is a high school that resides in Kraven and focuses on molding itís students into strong moral people. Students are put into specific classes representing their rank which is determined by their abilities and intelligence. The Unblessed are
moderator approves it, it'll automatically put be applied. More detailed instructions for this step can be found at Administrivia/HowToMakeACustomTitle.
# '''Administrivia/{{Cross Wick|ing}}'''\\
If you want people to know that your page exists, you'll have to link to it around the Wiki. Remember that trope list you wrote up earlier? Take some time to visit the pages for the tropes you listed and do some EntryPimping, adding your work as an example on the trope pages. This'll help attract WikiMagic to make the work's page grow!
# '''Add an image''' (optional)\\
You can use the upload form under the "More" dropdown of the article header to add an image. Box art or official promotional art (such as a theatrical release poster for a film) is the standard for most media. See Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage for more info. If you're not sure, you can just skip the image; it looks nice, but it's not required.

And that's it! You're all set. Feel free to click the "add watch" button at the top of the page if you'd like to track changes through your [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/awl.php Watchlist]].

!! Need help?

If you have any questions about this process, don't be shy! Create a query in AskTheTropers or start a thread in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/conversations.php?topic=0000000000000000000000f3 Wiki Talk]], and you should get a response pretty quickly. You can also use [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/remarks.php?trope=Administrivia.HowToCreateAWorksPage this page's discussion section]].

If you need help writing up a description or coming up with applicable tropes to list, you'll want to find other fans. Try posting
in the lowest group being Class F. The smarter more capable students are put appropriate Media section in the higher level classes. These students run Administrivia/TVTropesForum or add your proposed works page to the school [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/tlp_activity.php Trope Launch Pad (TLP)]] to get help and advice from the tropers in those places.

!! Frequently asked questions

* '''Is [Work] notable enough to get a page?'''\\
Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability. If it exists, it can be troped. Heck, sometimes we even trope [[JustForFun/TVTropesTheWebcomic things that don't exist]], JustForFun (but that's for the professionals, so don't try it at home). The exception is porn -- this is a FamilyFriendly wiki, so please no pornographic works.
* '''Can I make a page for a work that I created?'''\\
Yeah, sure, go ahead. You're allowed to trope your own works. Just make sure you understand that once the page is out there, you won't
have more jurisdiction when any control or ownership over it comes -- anyone is allowed to school policies. The ranks edit it, and any editor will have the same rights and privileges as you. This is why it's a bad idea to make WordOfGod statements for your own work on its wiki page. You are chosen by a physical and intellectual test during enrollment. Magic ability is also tested not allowed to create or add items to a YMMV subpage or related subpages, and ranked playing you may not review your own work or add recommendations for your own work.
* '''What if it's not published yet?'''\\
If your work isn't published yet, you can still make
a huge role in this ranking. The overall scores are listed below.

Class X: These students are only made up a few
page for it, but it is said that if they band together they can take out everyone will have to be in the whole city. These students [=DarthWiki/=] namespace, and it can only be indexed on DarthWiki/UnpublishedWorks. It cannot have magic scores subpages, either, like YMMV or Trivia.
* '''I'm not sure which Administrivia/{{namespace}} to use.'''\\
Pop
over 1000 to [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13292464700A22187400 this thread]] in the Administrivia/TVTropesForum and ask. Someone should be able to help you out.
* '''What emphasis do I use for the title?''': \\
Whatever you do, it does ''not'' belong in boldface-font (even though Wiki/TheOtherWiki does that). Most works
are highly dangerous individuals when it comes to combat. There scores greatly surpass other classes in ''italic fonts'', made by typing [=''italic fonts''=]. Shorter works have "quote marks" around them, and often strike fear in other students.[Unmeasurable]

Class A: Strong Students
a select group have no emphasis added at all. For more information, read Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample#EmphasisForWorkNames. There's also no good excuse for [[Administrivia/LinkingToAnArticleWithinTheArticle making it a link on its own page]].
* '''What if it's a foreign work
with high intelligence a non-English title?'''\\
Wiki/TVTropes is an English-language wiki, so we prefer to use the English titles where applicable. So if the work has an official localized title, use the English title for the page
and High magic scores. The student council resides here add the non-English title as a [[Administrivia/CreatingNewRedirects redirect]]. However, if the work ''doesn't'' have an officially-translated English title, you can use the non-English title for the main page and the students are often overbearing and will make it the English translation into a point for redirect instead.\\
\\
Note: The wiki software doesn't support Unicode (at present). Some foreign-language titles may just not work with our system. Get as close as
you can but don't sweat it. Whatever you do, do '''not''' try to recognize their superiority. [800-1000]

Class B: Powerful students who have high magic scores as well as above average intelligence. These students usually enforce rules like Class A however are outranked in comparison. [500-799]

Class C: Average students who have access to magic however arenít
create a wiki URL using anything special when it comes to using it. Their combat ability as well as intelligence is satisfactory making these students rarely stand out. [300-499]

Class D: Underachieving students who get low to average grades and are overall looked down to at Negaimasu High. These students have small access to magic and receive little to no respect from
other classes at than the school. [100-299]

Class F: The lowest Rank in
basic English alphabet (a-z, A-Z) and numerals (0-9), and article titles must begin with a letter. No diacritics or multi-byte characters. It won't work, and if it does work, it'll mess up everything else.
* '''Would somebody please make an article for [Work]?'''\\
Nope. We aren't here to do your job for you. If a work is popular enough, someone else may be along to create an article for it, but we can't force that process. You're
the school, these students have zero magic ability so there scores are mostly based off their intelligence. Most teachers treat them as equals however students in upper classes look down on this group fan, the person who's familiar with the story and usually spend their free time degrading their status.
[0-99]
its tropes, so why aren't you writing the article? Don't be shy; we're patient with people as long as they ask for help.

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Negaimasu High

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Negaimasu HighHigh

The Star Of Negaimasu High
The city of Krawen was wants a horrible place. It had violence, crime and was an overall bad place tas free from any type of crime. By the year 2028 other cities around the country followed in Kravinís footsteps creating their own cities of severe law enforcements as well as strict policies. 4 years befo live. This town's bad nature had a negative effect on the economy. Thus the city was torn down and rebuilt. This time only the desirables were allowed to inhabit it creating a utopia where the city wore this the church discovered magic and advantageously took control of the state turning many into Catholics. After this discovery children were being born with magic and passed it down for generations to come. Unfortunately there were some people who were born without magic and were deemed unblessed and discriminated against. However even with this status the children blessed or unblessed go to a school where they would learn to use and enhance their powers as well as get their education.
It is now the year 2102 and Kraven has had more peaceful days. Though the city still seems to be a stable living environment, like other cities people have used magic and other tools to go into a life of crime. Negaimasu High is a high school that resides in Kraven and focuses on molding itís students into strong moral people. Students are put into specific classes representing their rank which is determined by their abilities and intelligence. The Unblessed are automatically put in the lowest group being Class F. The smarter more capable students are put in the higher level classes. These students run the school and have more jurisdiction when it comes to school policies. The ranks are chosen by a physical and intellectual test during enrollment. Magic ability is also tested and ranked playing a huge role in this ranking. The overall scores are listed below.

Class X: These students are only made up a few but it is said that if they band together they can take out everyone in the whole city. These students have magic scores over 1000 and are highly dangerous individuals when it comes to combat. There scores greatly surpass other classes and often strike fear in other students.[Unmeasurable]

Class A: Strong Students with high intelligence and High magic scores. The student council resides here and the students are often overbearing and will make it a point for you to recognize their superiority. [800-1000]

Class B: Powerful students who have high magic scores as well as above average intelligence. These students usually enforce rules like Class A however are outranked in comparison. [500-799]

Class C: Average students who have access to magic however arenít anything special when it comes to using it. Their combat ability as well as intelligence is satisfactory making these students rarely stand out. [300-499]

Class D: Underachieving students who get low to average grades and are overall looked down to at Negaimasu High. These students have small access to magic and receive little to no respect from other classes at the school. [100-299]

Class F: The lowest Rank in the school, these students have zero magic ability so there scores are mostly based off their intelligence. Most teachers treat them as equals however students in upper classes look down on this group and usually spend their free time degrading their status.
[0-99]


So, your favorite work is a {{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make a work's page, and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.
!! Step-by-step guide

# '''Find the blank page to edit'''\\
The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the namespaces below) or by creating a RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\
\\
Note that we require usage of the official name of the work, not {{Fan Nickname}}s. In the case of {{Recycled Title}}s, append the year of release to later entries (e.g.: the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames 7th-gen]] reboot of the ''Tomb Raider'' series would go in [=VideoGame/TombRaider2013=], to differentiate it from the first game, which is on [=VideoGame/TombRaider=]).\\
\\
Remember to use the correct namespace for the article. For reference, the list of officially supported namespaces can be found [[Administrivia/{{Namespace}} here]].\\
\\
At the top of the page, write up a short description of the work. The work name should have ''italics'' for longer works, or "quotes" for shorter works like songs, essays, or individual chapters/episodes of a larger work. No bolding is used for work titles. No special formatting is to be used for personas, sacred texts or series of works collectively referred to by a non-Franchise name.\\
\\
Good things to include: the name of the work's creator(s), the year it was first published, the genre and medium(s), a brief and spoiler-free overview of the plot, and a link to the official website.\\
\\
Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]
# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. Underneath it, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". (The !! at the beginning of the line is the Header markup.) Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.\\
\\
The trope examples should be in a bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one entry per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how the trope applies. Check the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if you need help with the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.\\
\\
There should be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off the bat), or the page is at risk of being sent to the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can!\\
\\
Finish off the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. \\
\\
Once you have a description and a trope list, click "preview" to check your work and then click "save" to save your edits and publish the page.
# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page type to "work". There you go.\\
\\
This'll enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.
# '''Add indexes'''\\
Find an index where the work belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in your work. You should have at least one index, but if it fits in multiple places, you can add it to more than one index.\\
\\
Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks covers this topic in more detail.
# '''Submit a custom title''' (not always necessary)\\
This is only necessary if the title includes punctuation or special characters; otherwise, skip this step. Under the "More" dropdown of the page header, find the "[=WikiWord=]" link and click it. Fill out the form to add punctuation, correct capitalization, and so on. Once a moderator approves it, it'll automatically be applied. More detailed instructions for this step can be found at Administrivia/HowToMakeACustomTitle.
# '''Administrivia/{{Cross Wick|ing}}'''\\
If you want people to know that your page exists, you'll have to link to it around the Wiki. Remember that trope list you wrote up earlier? Take some time to visit the pages for the tropes you listed and do some EntryPimping, adding your work as an example on the trope pages. This'll help attract WikiMagic to make the work's page grow!
# '''Add an image''' (optional)\\
You can use the upload form under the "More" dropdown of the article header to add an image. Box art or official promotional art (such as a theatrical release poster for a film) is the standard for most media. See Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage for more info. If you're not sure, you can just skip the image; it looks nice, but it's not required.

And that's it! You're all set. Feel free to click the "add watch" button at the top of the page if you'd like to track changes through your [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/awl.php Watchlist]].

!! Need help?

If you have any questions about this process, don't be shy! Create a query in AskTheTropers or start a thread in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/conversations.php?topic=0000000000000000000000f3 Wiki Talk]], and you should get a response pretty quickly. You can also use [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/remarks.php?trope=Administrivia.HowToCreateAWorksPage this page's discussion section]].

If you need help writing up a description or coming up with applicable tropes to list, you'll want to find other fans. Try posting in the appropriate Media section in the Administrivia/TVTropesForum or add your proposed works page to the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/tlp_activity.php Trope Launch Pad (TLP)]] to get help and advice from the tropers in those places.

!! Frequently asked questions

* '''Is [Work] notable enough to get a page?'''\\
Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability. If it exists, it can be troped. Heck, sometimes we even trope [[JustForFun/TVTropesTheWebcomic things that don't exist]], JustForFun (but that's for the professionals, so don't try it at home). The exception is porn -- this is a FamilyFriendly wiki, so please no pornographic works.
* '''Can I make a page for a work that I created?'''\\
Yeah, sure, go ahead. You're allowed to trope your own works. Just make sure you understand that once the page is out there, you won't have any control or ownership over it -- anyone is allowed to edit it, and any editor will have the same rights and privileges as you. This is why it's a bad idea to make WordOfGod statements for your own work on its wiki page. You are also not allowed to create or add items to a YMMV subpage or related subpages, and you may not review your own work or add recommendations for your own work.
* '''What if it's not published yet?'''\\
If your work isn't published yet, you can still make a page for it, but it will have to be in the [=DarthWiki/=] namespace, and it can only be indexed on DarthWiki/UnpublishedWorks. It cannot have subpages, either, like YMMV or Trivia.
* '''I'm not sure which Administrivia/{{namespace}} to use.'''\\
Pop over to [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13292464700A22187400 this thread]] in the Administrivia/TVTropesForum and ask. Someone should be able to help you out.
* '''What emphasis do I use for the title?''': \\
Whatever you do, it does ''not'' belong in boldface-font (even though Wiki/TheOtherWiki does that). Most works are in ''italic fonts'', made by typing [=''italic fonts''=]. Shorter works have "quote marks" around them, and a select group have no emphasis added at all. For more information, read Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample#EmphasisForWorkNames. There's also no good excuse for [[Administrivia/LinkingToAnArticleWithinTheArticle making it a link on its own page]].
* '''What if it's a foreign work with a non-English title?'''\\
Wiki/TVTropes is an English-language wiki, so we prefer to use the English titles where applicable. So if the work has an official localized title, use the English title for the page and add the non-English title as a [[Administrivia/CreatingNewRedirects redirect]]. However, if the work ''doesn't'' have an officially-translated English title, you can use the non-English title for the main page and make the English translation into a redirect instead.\\
\\
Note: The wiki software doesn't support Unicode (at present). Some foreign-language titles may just not work with our system. Get as close as you can but don't sweat it. Whatever you do, do '''not''' try to create a wiki URL using anything other than the basic English alphabet (a-z, A-Z) and numerals (0-9), and article titles must begin with a letter. No diacritics or multi-byte characters. It won't work, and if it does work, it'll mess up everything else.
* '''Would somebody please make an article for [Work]?'''\\
Nope. We aren't here to do your job for you. If a work is popular enough, someone else may be along to create an article for it, but we can't force that process. You're the fan, the person who's familiar with the story and its tropes, so why aren't you writing the article? Don't be shy; we're patient with people as long as they ask for help.

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to:

So, your favorite work is a {{Redlink}}, and you think it deserves to have a page on the Wiki, but you're not sure how to go about it. Well, you've come to the right place. Anyone can make a work's page, and [[Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability any work that isn't porn can have a page]]. Administrivia/WorksPagesAreAFreeLaunch. So if you're wondering whether you're ''allowed'' to do this, well... yes. Yes you are. Here's how.
!! Step-by-step guide

# '''Find the blank page to edit'''\\
The first step is to find the page where your work is going to go. You can do this by changing the URL of an existing wikipage (e.g. open [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]], change "[=TitleGoesHere=]" to the name of the work, and "[=NamespaceGoesHere=]" to one of the namespaces below) or by creating a RedLink (in the form of [[NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere NamespaceGoesHere/TitleGoesHere]]) on the WikiSandbox (or anywhere else) and clicking it. Either way, once you've arrived at that page, click the "Edit" button at the top to start editing.\\
\\
Note that we require usage of the official name of the work, not {{Fan Nickname}}s. In the case of {{Recycled Title}}s, append the year of release to later entries (e.g.: the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames 7th-gen]] reboot of the ''Tomb Raider'' series would go in [=VideoGame/TombRaider2013=], to differentiate it from the first game, which is on [=VideoGame/TombRaider=]).\\
\\
Remember to use the correct namespace for the article. For reference, the list of officially supported namespaces can be found [[Administrivia/{{Namespace}} here]].\\
\\
At the top of the page, write up a short description of the work. The work name should have ''italics'' for longer works, or "quotes" for shorter works like songs, essays, or individual chapters/episodes of a larger work. No bolding is used for work titles. No special formatting is to be used for personas, sacred texts or series of works collectively referred to by a non-Franchise name.\\
\\
Good things to include: the name of the work's creator(s), the year it was first published, the genre and medium(s), a brief and spoiler-free overview of the plot, and a link to the official website.\\
\\
Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is bad.]]
# '''Add a list of tropes'''\\
At the bottom of the intro, type [=----=] (four hyphens) to create a horizontal line. Underneath it, create a header that says "!! ''[Work Name]'' contains examples of:". (The !! at the beginning of the line is the Header markup.) Underneath that, you're going to make the trope list.\\
\\
The trope examples should be in a bulleted list, [[Administrivia/HowToAlphabetizeThings alphabetically]], with one entry per line, followed by a colon (:) and a brief explanation of how the trope applies. Check the Administrivia/TextFormattingRules if you need help with the wiki markup, and Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample for miscellaneous tips on style.\\
\\
There should be a minimum of three tropes listed (if you're stuck, mentioning e.g. who TheHero and the BigBad are will give you two tropes right off the bat), or the page is at risk of being sent to the CutList as a stub. More is preferable, of course, so go through the Administrivia/HowToCollectTropes checklist and write down as many as you can!\\
\\
Finish off the trope list with another horizontal line: [=----=]. \\
\\
Once you have a description and a trope list, click "preview" to check your work and then click "save" to save your edits and publish the page.
# '''Set the page type'''\\
This step is nice and quick. Go to the "Page Info" box on the right side of the screen. Click on the edit button next to "Page Type", then set the page type to "work". There you go.\\
\\
This'll enable things like Reviews and the subpage tabs at the top.
# '''Add indexes'''\\
Find an index where the work belongs. Something like FantasyWebcomics, FilmsOfThe1990s, StrategyGame, TheatricalProductions, etc. Find the correct alphabetical location and add in your work. You should have at least one index, but if it fits in multiple places, you can add it to more than one index.\\
\\
Administrivia/HowIndexingWorks covers this topic in more detail.
# '''Submit a custom title''' (not always necessary)\\
This is only necessary if the title includes punctuation or special characters; otherwise, skip this step. Under the "More" dropdown of the page header, find the "[=WikiWord=]" link and click it. Fill out the form to add punctuation, correct capitalization, and so on. Once a moderator approves it, it'll automatically be applied. More detailed instructions for this step can be found at Administrivia/HowToMakeACustomTitle.
# '''Administrivia/{{Cross Wick|ing}}'''\\
If you want people to know that your page exists, you'll have to link to it around the Wiki. Remember that trope list you wrote up earlier? Take some time to visit the pages for the tropes you listed and do some EntryPimping, adding your work as an example on the trope pages. This'll help attract WikiMagic to make the work's page grow!
# '''Add an image''' (optional)\\
You can use the upload form under the "More" dropdown of the article header to add an image. Box art or official promotional art (such as a theatrical release poster for a film) is the standard for most media. See Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage for more info. If you're not sure, you can just skip the image; it looks nice, but it's not required.

And that's it! You're all set. Feel free to click the "add watch" button at the top of the page if you'd like to track changes through your [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/awl.php Watchlist]].

!! Need help?

If you have any questions about this process, don't be shy! Create a query in AskTheTropers or start a thread in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/conversations.php?topic=0000000000000000000000f3 Wiki Talk]], and you should get a response pretty quickly. You can also use [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/remarks.php?trope=Administrivia.HowToCreateAWorksPage this page's discussion section]].

If you need help writing up a description or coming up with applicable tropes to list, you'll want to find other fans. Try posting in the appropriate Media section in the Administrivia/TVTropesForum or add your proposed works page to the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/tlp_activity.php Trope Launch Pad (TLP)]] to get help and advice from the tropers in those places.

!! Frequently asked questions

* '''Is [Work] notable enough to get a page?'''\\
Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability. If it exists, it can be troped. Heck, sometimes we even trope [[JustForFun/TVTropesTheWebcomic things that don't exist]], JustForFun (but that's for the professionals, so don't try it at home). The exception is porn -- this is a FamilyFriendly wiki, so please no pornographic works.
* '''Can I make a page for a work that I created?'''\\
Yeah, sure, go ahead. You're allowed to trope your own works. Just make sure you understand that once the page is out there, you won't have any control or ownership over it -- anyone is allowed to edit it, and any editor will have the same rights and privileges as you. This is why it's a bad idea to make WordOfGod statements for your own work on its wiki page. You are also not allowed to create or add items to a YMMV subpage or related subpages, and you may not review your own work or add recommendations for your own work.
* '''What if it's not published yet?'''\\
If your work isn't published yet, you can still make a page for it, but it will have to be in the [=DarthWiki/=] namespace, and it can only be indexed on DarthWiki/UnpublishedWorks. It cannot have subpages, either, like YMMV or Trivia.
* '''I'm not sure which Administrivia/{{namespace}} to use.'''\\
Pop over to [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13292464700A22187400 this thread]] in the Administrivia/TVTropesForum and ask. Someone should be able to help you out.
* '''What emphasis do I use for the title?''': \\
Whatever you do, it does ''not'' belong in boldface-font (even though Wiki/TheOtherWiki does that). Most works are in ''italic fonts'', made by typing [=''italic fonts''=]. Shorter works have "quote marks" around them, and a select group have no emphasis added at all. For more information, read Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample#EmphasisForWorkNames. There's also no good excuse for [[Administrivia/LinkingToAnArticleWithinTheArticle making it a link on its own page]].
* '''What if it's a foreign work with a non-English title?'''\\
Wiki/TVTropes is an English-language wiki, so we prefer to use the English titles where applicable. So if the work has an official localized title, use the English title for the page and add the non-English title as a [[Administrivia/CreatingNewRedirects redirect]]. However, if the work ''doesn't'' have an officially-translated English title, you can use the non-English title for the main page and make the English translation into a redirect instead.\\
\\
Note: The wiki software doesn't support Unicode (at present). Some foreign-language titles may just not work with our system. Get as close as you can but don't sweat it. Whatever you do, do '''not''' try to create a wiki URL using anything other than the basic English alphabet (a-z, A-Z) and numerals (0-9), and article titles must begin with a letter. No diacritics or multi-byte characters. It won't work, and if it does work, it'll mess up everything else.
* '''Would somebody please make an article for [Work]?'''\\
Nope. We aren't here to do your job for you. If a work is popular enough, someone else may be along to create an article for it, but we can't force that process. You're the fan, the person who's familiar with the story and its tropes, so why aren't you writing the article? Don't be shy; we're patient with people as long as they ask for help.

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If your work isn't published yet, you can still make a page for it, but it will have to be in the [=DarthWiki/=] namespace, and it can only be indexed on UnpublishedWorks. It cannot have subpages, either, like YMMV or Trivia.

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If your work isn't published yet, you can still make a page for it, but it will have to be in the [=DarthWiki/=] namespace, and it can only be indexed on UnpublishedWorks.DarthWiki/UnpublishedWorks. It cannot have subpages, either, like YMMV or Trivia.


Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability. If it exists, it can be troped. Heck, sometimes we even trope [[TVTropesTheWebcomic things that don't exist]], JustForFun (but that's for the professionals, so don't try it at home). The exception is porn -- this is a FamilyFriendly wiki, so please no pornographic works.

to:

Administrivia/ThereIsNoSuchThingAsNotability. If it exists, it can be troped. Heck, sometimes we even trope [[TVTropesTheWebcomic [[JustForFun/TVTropesTheWebcomic things that don't exist]], JustForFun (but that's for the professionals, so don't try it at home). The exception is porn -- this is a FamilyFriendly wiki, so please no pornographic works.


Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is ''bad.'']]

to:

Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is ''bad.'']]bad.]]


Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement and it is ''bad.''

to:

Things ''not'' to include: value judgments (don't say how much it sucked/how awesome it was), critical reception (that's just a specific variant of value judgments), recommendations (don't tell us whether or not we should check it out), plot spoilers. And whatever you do, ''do not copy text from the Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} page.'' That is UsefulNotes/{{Plagiarism}} and copyright infringement [[AndThatsTerrible and it is ''bad.'''']]


Whatever you do, it does ''not'' belong in boldface-font (even though TheOtherWiki does that). Most works are in ''italic fonts'', made by typing [=''italic fonts''=]. Shorter works have "quote marks" around them, and a select group have no emphasis added at all. For more information, read Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample#EmphasisForWorkNames. There's also no good excuse for [[Administrivia/LinkingToAnArticleWithinTheArticle making it a link on its own page]].

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Whatever you do, it does ''not'' belong in boldface-font (even though TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki does that). Most works are in ''italic fonts'', made by typing [=''italic fonts''=]. Shorter works have "quote marks" around them, and a select group have no emphasis added at all. For more information, read Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample#EmphasisForWorkNames. There's also no good excuse for [[Administrivia/LinkingToAnArticleWithinTheArticle making it a link on its own page]].

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