Content guidelines expand on the eight content policies.
Avoid writing or editing an article about yourself, other than to correct unambiguous errors of fact.
Articles should not be split into multiple articles just so each can advocate a different stance on the subject.
External links should be kept minimal, meritable, and directly relevant to the article. PoolsWiki
is not an advertising opportunity.
Images must be relevant to the article that they appear in, properly referenced, and large enough to reveal relevant details without overwhelming the text.
No disclaimers in articlesPoolsWiki
contains spoilers, potentially objectionable material, and more. There is generally no need to warn readers of this.
Non-free content and Non-free use rationale guideline
Non-free content including all copyrighted content can only be used in specific cases, and must be employed judiciously. Its usage must be considered fair use under U.S. copyright law, and comply with the non-free content criteria policy.
Duplicating the work of others without proper attribution is unethical and can bring the project into disrepute. Give credit where it's due.
It is not acceptable to delete information on the basis that it might "spoil" a reader's experience of a narrative work.