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All articles must meet our notability policy

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Main article: Project:Policies and guidelines#Notability

All pages are subject to our notability policy, a policy created to help maintain the amount of pages on the Roblox Wikia.

The subject of your page must meet at least one of the following criteria:

Article Notability criteria
Player
  • Has 1,000,000 place visits OR
  • Is the owner of a single-developer group that houses a place with 1,000,000 place visits OR
  • Is a Roblox employee whom a reasonable amount of information is known about OR
  • Is the subject of an entire post on the official Roblox Blog OR
  • Is a Youtuber with 10,000 subscribers OR
  • Is featured as a Roblox Toy
Place
  • Has 1,000,000 place visits OR
  • Has been used for an official Roblox event OR
  • Has been the subject of an entire post on the official Roblox Blog OR
  • Is featured as a Roblox Toy
Group
  • Has 15,000 members OR
  • Is a multi-developer group that houses a place with 1,000,000 place visits OR
  • Has been the subject of an entire post on the official Roblox Blog OR
  • Is featured as a Roblox Toy
Scripting API descended from Instance (in which case, it should have a page in the Class namespace)
Scripting API NOT descended from Instance E.g. data types should be put in the Main namespace.
Feature or functionally of the game engine, studio, or website
Important event related to Roblox (such events do not necessarily need to be organized by Roblox)
Accessory, gear, head, face, or a group of such items that are related

Pages that are subject to our notability policy, but do not meet the criteria of our notability policy will be deleted.


All pages should be made to our standards

The following is a guideline on the Roblox Wikia.

Before publishing, all pages should meet a base standard, as defined by our Manual of Style. An empty page with just one or two sentences will not make the cut, and will be deleted.

Upon publishing, a page should:

  • follow the standard article structure defined in our Manual of Style
  • have an infobox that is fully filled, if the page was subject to our notability policy
  • be about a subject that is undoubtedly verifiable
    • e.g. Pages about some impending "hack" is not verifiable
  • be in a neutral point of view
    • e.g. No "he is a great player" or "this is a bad update".
  • have at least a few introductory sentences describing the subject
  • have a relevant image placed on the article


Page drafts must be located in a userspace

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

You may create article drafts in your user space (User:you/Title), and then ask a wiki administrator or content moderator to move it for you when the page is finalized.

Article drafts not located in a user space, or otherwise articles deemed insufficiently complete, will be deleted.


Personal information about Robloxians may be limited

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

As many Robloxians may not want their real-life information associated with their Roblox accounts, personal information may be limited on a wiki page. Personal information should only be posted if it is generally known by the Roblox community. First/last names and social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter) should not be posted unless that account is linked to their Roblox profile page. Editors should not be digging through the internet to find personal information about players to post on the Roblox Wikia.

Administrators may make exceptions to this rule in certain situations. Players who have a wiki page about themselves can request that certain information be removed. Administrators may also remove controversial and unverified information that may be considered defamation of character for that Roblox player.

Articles should contain reputable resources

The following is a policy on the Roblox Wikia.

Wiki pages should be reputable and not contain speculation or rumors. For controversial topics, citations may be required to back up what the article is saying. When using citations, they should be from reputable resources. Generally, Roblox Blog articles and postings from outside news sources are reputable. Images and YouTube videos are not considered reputable, as it's very easy to manipulate the image. Administrators use Wikipedia's reliable sources rules to determine if a source an editor uses is reliable enough to be on the page.