- Never start an article name with "a," "an," or "the" unless it is part of a title of an episode, song, or other media.
- Consider how it will be linked to in an article.
Articles for subjects without namesEdit
If you want to write an article about something that doesn't have a name, consider the following:
- Is the subject large enough to constitute its own article? If a subject doesn't have a name, do we really know enough about it for it to have its own article?
- Would it be better off in an article about a more general subject? Oftentimes an unnamed character or location can be used to enhance an article that already exists.
- For unspecific things, the first word should be capitalized, while the succeeding ones are lower case.
- For specific things, such as Mitsuki Koyama because they are proper nouns.
When creating titles, please punctuate correctly. For example, "And" is always better than "&," unless that is the correct name from a media.
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