Hello and welcome to Rave Master Wiki. There are very few policies which apply across all Wikia. These can be found on the Central Wikia at their Policy Category.
In addition to those policies, there are policies and guidelines that have been developed on the Rave Master Wiki to further our goal of creating an informative Rave Master database.
Policies apply to all editors. Rave Master Wiki strives to create a welcoming and fun environment for those who are civil to and assume good faith in others, seek consensus in discussions, and work towards the goal of creating an increasingly comprehensive database about everything in the Rave Master universe.
Policies need to be approached with common sense; adhere to the spirit rather than the letter of the rules, and be prepared to ignore the rules on the rare occasions when they conflict with the goal of improving the wiki.
Do not vandalize current articles. Continued vandalism will result in a block.
No offensive articles with sexual and vulgar language, or racist remarks.
Do not make pointless articles. If you see one, put the Request for Deletion tag on.
Please respect neutrality. Do not edit a closed discussion.
Ways to stay Neutral
Do not only provide one point of view, but all relevant viewpoints as necessary.
Support your article with actual facts.
Use a reliable source.
This is the policy for the naming of the Rave Master Wiki articles, characters, places, and techniques.
There are a few small important notes in the naming policy that applies to all categories of names rather than just a specific group.
Throughout this wiki, all names are spelled the way they are found in the Tokyopop Manga volumes (the North American distributors of Rave Master). These names are official, as a note stated within the volumes explained, that Hiro Mashima provided the spellings for them. If certain names have not yet been released, then scanslation names are used. All scanslation names will be replaced once Tokyopop has released the volumes with the official names in them.
The names for all abilities and techniques are also spelled the way they are found in Tokyopop's Manga Volumes.
Use of names
In articles we refer to the character by a single primary name, aliases are not used unless relevant to the context of the paragraph.