I saw the tag of 'sexual' and 'gore' thus I immediately got bad vibes. This novel is next on my reading list (my next novel to read) and if it has unconsented sexual content, then I'd like to know in advance. I'm open to spoilers, so dw about giving context.
What's on your mind?
Before I start writing any entries - do we have a guide of "dos and don'ts" in regards to what an article should contain? I assume that I should only quote primary sources (that is, the story itself), but, anything else? And is there anything that should not go into a wiki page - for example, major plot spoilers? And if so, at what point does something become a spoiler, and what makes it major? Should pages be limited to a certain length, or is more detail always better? Should entries be kept safe for all audiences, or is it okay to match the maturity level of the story? In some places it would probably deserve an R-rating...
In general, should chapter references point to the Wiki article, or to the original WanderingInn page? I think I'm seeing a bit of a mix of both being used, and thought it might be helpful to establish a guideline for the future.
Is there interest in creating a current timeline of events that have happened in the Innverse? Obviously not a marking of every single event, but like major arcs. For example, I just created a short summary of what I called First Attack on Liscor, summarizing Skinner's attack. It might be useful to have a series of these, especially for the major Liscorian attacks.
Would it be useful to create some special pages that links to each chapter that a character appears in? I know that we have chapter pages that contain each character that appears in them. But I feel that the reverse might be more useful, especially for minor characters. For instance, if a minor character last appeared 10 chapters ago, it can be difficult to remember where we last seen them to compare how the character grew. I think this would be most effective for minor characters - I'm not sure if Erin, Ryoka, or Klbkch would benefit much from this process.
Does anybody have any ideas how the wikia could be improved, as it seems to attract only a very small amount of people. Even amongst the fans is it mostly disregarded.