Legacy's policies and guidelines aim to provide a comprehensible framework of "do's," "don'ts" and best practices for editors at this wiki.
Guidelines describe desired etiquette and common practice in the creation, editing and organization of articles on this wiki. Their goal is to make the wiki easier to use for both editors and readers alike and to make its appearance more consistent and streamlined.
Adding or changing policies and guidelines
Any editor is free to edit policies and guidelines to improve clarity and readability. However, changes to the actual content or meaning should only be done with community consensus.
To this end, the normal procedure for proposing new policies and guidelines or changing existing ones is to create a topic in the "wiki discussion" forum. Once the discussion has led to a final draft, call a vote. The vote needs to run for a week at minimum and at least three votes are required for it to be valid; a simple majority is sufficient to pass. Voting requirements for those wishing to participate are that they must have a registered account, and have made at least ten edits prior to the start of the vote.
The administrators may veto a policy; this should only be done sparingly and for valid reasons. Aside from the normal procedure, the administrators may "decree" policies or guidelines. This should only be done only with consensus among administrators and in cases where community consensus cannot be reached but a policy or guideline is needed. Of course, changes to decreed policies and guidelines can be suggested by anyone through the procedure detailed above.
Administrators can change any required numbers depending on seasonal user contributions as they see fit. As long as they can represent a majority vote of the registered users in the Forum.
List of policies and guidelines
|Edit anything where you have more information||Remove anything unless you know it's definitely false|
|Ask question when you'Re unsure how to edit||Ask questions about your game, this is not the place for trouble shooting bugs.|
In the event of an apparent conflict between any of the rules, the more specific rule will dominate over the more general rule.