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The Assassination Classroom Wiki's Manual Of Style is a set of guidelines to help keep articles organized and formatted in a consistent manner.

General

  • Proper spelling, punctuation and grammar is ideal for articles.
  • Contractions (it's, they're, etc.) should only be used in titles, names and locations; otherwise, use them in their expanded forms.
  • Although users may speak different forms of the English language, American English is the preferred form to be used in articles.
    • Exceptions include: "Epilogue", "Monologue", "Dialogue" etc.
  • Articles are to be written from a neutral perspective. Pointing out features of the topic of the article is encouraged, but using biased language (e.g. "This character is the worst/best") is not.
  • Speculation is not to be included in articles. As such, statements beginning with "it can be presumed/assumed" should be avoided.
  • Sentences starting with "it is revealed" should be avoided.
  • When referencing a specific detail, it is preferred that the manga is used for such, rather than the anime.
    • Reference official sources, not scanned content.

Article Layout

Characters

  1. Infobox (organize syntax)
  2. Quote
  3. Lead Section
  4. Appearance
  5. Personality
  6. Etymology (if applicable)
  7. History
  8. Plot
  9. Relationships
  10. Quotes (should reflect the personality of the character)
  11. Abilities
  12. Trivia
  13. References
  14. Navigation

Episodes

  1. Infobox (organize syntax)
  2. Lead Section
  3. Overview
  4. Summary
  5. Characters
  6. Differences between anime and manga (minor/insignificant differences do not count)

Chapters

  1. Infobox (organize syntax)
  2. Chapter Header
  3. Summary
    1. Short Summary
    2. Long Summary
  4. Characters in order of appearance

Naming

The preferred naming translations of Assassination Classroom Wiki are the official subtitled and dubbed anime by Funimation followed by translations from VIZ Media.

  • In other words, The Reaper (Funimation) → Grim Reaper (VIZ) → God of Death (scanlation)


Trivia

Trivia includes interesting bits of information about the article. This can include cultural references, behind the scenes information or any information which does not belong in any other section.

What trivia is not:

  • Trivia is not obvious information.
  • Previously stated information does not count as trivia. This includes any information stated in a previous section, such as a plot point.
    • Information that belongs in another section (such as changes in appearance) does not count as trivia.
  • Trivia is not speculation.