General forum rules

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Regardless of what forum an editor is posting on, general rules must be followed. Posts or threads that do not meet these rules may be closed.

  • All of the user conduct policies apply to the forums
  • Threads must be posted in the appropriate forum. Each forum has a description of what types of threads are allowed. Threads talking about Roblox must be posted in the ROBLOX Help and Discussion forum.
  • While we encourage editors to express themselves, swearing is strictly prohibited. The Roblox Wikia is a kid-friendly environment.
  • Be nice and treat everyone with respect. People from all around the world read and edit this wiki. Like any other collaborative project, not everyone will agree all the time. Keep discussions civil and be open minded about differing opinions. We're all here because we love the same topic. Purposefully starting flame wars or personally attacking editors will result in moderation action.
  • Administrators may start super threads for topics that are frequently posted, such as Roblox bans, new Roblox features, guests, and other controversial parts of Roblox. Please check to see that there is no active super thread about the topic that you want to post. Posting a topic when there is an active super thread will cause your thread to be closed. Additional posting rules pertaining to that topic may be mentioned within the super thread.

General comment rules

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

General rules must be followed on all comment pages. Comments may be disabled on a page if comment abuse becomes frequent.

  • All of the user conduct policies apply to the comments
  • Comments should pertain to the article's topic or the article itself. Posting silly comments like "first!", "lol", "OMG! I got banned!", "ODers suck!", and "I edited the page" do not promote discussion and should not be posted.
  • Comments should not contain any image unless it is being used to troubleshoot page issues. The wiki is not the place to post a picture of your Roblox ban.
  • Comments should not personally attack any user, including the person the article is about

Old or resolved threads and comments should not be posted on

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Necroposting/Necrobumping is the act of posting on an old or resolved thread or comment stream. If you find something to be useful in an old forum post, give kudos to the person instead of posting a comment like "thank you!". Check before you post! If it was already replied to by an administrator and resolved and/or the last replied date is older than one month, don't post or respond! Your comment may be deleted, the thread closed, and additional moderation actions taken.

Weekly game threads are made by administrators

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Editors may not post their own game threads. Instead, an administrator or forum moderator will post a weekly game thread for editors to participate in. The Weekly Wiki Game Thread (WWGT) goes as follows:

  • Each week, an administrator or a forum moderator will post a new game for editors to participate in based on votes from the previous week. The poll for voting for next week's game will be found in the current week's game thread. Games available for users to vote on may be rotated, such as by removing recently-played games or adding new game options.
  • Users will only be allowed to play in that specific game thread. Making another game thread will cause that game to be closed.
  • At the end of each week, the previous week's thread will be closed, and a new game thread will be started.
  • Questions about the Weekly Wiki Game Thread process or about the games themselves should be posted on the Weekly Wiki Game Thread meta-discussion thread.

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Note: This policy is currently being drafted and will be proposed to the wiki community shortly.