GRAMMAR AND PUNCTUATION
This page is a guide for those who are less experienced in Wikia formality and literature in general.
Rules of Wikia Literature
- The name of the page's subject in the introducing paragraph will always be bold.
- British English is used, not American English.
- Examples: "Colour" instead of "Color", "Centre" instead of "Center", "Dialogue" instead of "Dialog".
- Profanity is never used in Wiki literature, except for occasions when the word is in quotation marks.
Rules of Literature
- After a colon, you always start with a capital. This is because colons are comprised of a full-stop. Eg: "Here are the following equations: Nitros + C4 = explosive etc".
- After a semi-colon, you always start with a lower-case letter. This is because they are comprised of commas. Eg: "Here's what I'll do if you don't have good grammar; kill you."
- If brackets follow a sentence, they will always be before the full stop. Eg: "She killed him (since she didn't like him)".
- There is always a space between a comma and the next phase or a full stop and the next sentence. Eg: "Since you ate my pie, you get punished" and "Oh my. He appears quite psychopathic".
- When deciding whether to put punctuation within quotation marks (""), check here.