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of TV Series, Films, Books etc. Edit
Use italics to show that the word or phrase is the title of a TV programme, film or book; like this. Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead. Fear the Walking Dead can be abbreviated to Fear.
In WikiText (source code mode) that looks like this: ''The Walking Dead''
of Episodes Edit
Episode names should be in double quotes (speech marks), like this: "Days Gone Bye".
Where it's a Fear episode that's been mentioned, the name should be in double quotes as well as linked to the article for that episode, like this "The Good Man".
In WikiText (source code mode) that looks like this: "[[The Good Man]]"
of Characters Edit
The name of a character is the one given in the credits of Fear. Where the character has a generic name such as "Second Protester" it should be in double quotes (speech marks).
The Infected, Walkers, Biters etc Edit
An Infected is someone who has died and their body reanimated.
The convention on this wiki is that we refer to the reanimated dead as the Infected. Use the word Infected (with the first letter capitalised) in the same way that Walker or walker is used on the TWD wiki.
Linking Character Names, Episodes, Locations, Weapons etc. Edit
The first use of a name, such as Travis in a section should always be linked back to the article for that character, thing or location. After that, the name needn't be linked unless there's a particular reason. For instance, in a long section it might be useful to link a name or a location more than once if the first use is no longer visible on the screen.
Grammar & American Spelling vs British Edit
Always use American spellings of a word when quoting a character's lines from an American work. Other than that, either the British or American spelling of a word is ok. Please be tolerant of people's use of English, and be polite. Remember that people from all over the world edit here and that many are writing in a language which is foreign to them.
Bad Language & Profanity Edit
No Bad Language or Profanity, none.
Racism & Sexism Edit
No Racism or Sexism, none.
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