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Policy status and phases

Category policy
Copyright policy
Deletion policy
Speedy deletion
DNP policy
NDA policy
Editing policy
Disruptive editing policy
Equipment policy
External links
Images policy
Items policy

Lore policy
Naming policy
Neutrality policy
Personal articles
Player character pages
Stub policy
Three revert rule
User naming
Vandalism policy
Voting policy

See also: guidelines, administrators
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This page is an official policy on DragonFable Wiki.

This policy has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that all users should follow.

  • Feel free to propose any changes to this policy, but please make sure that changes you make follow the official process and reflect consensus on the discussion page before you put them into practice. Any big changes need to be Adopted or Decreed to be enforced as policy.
  • See DragonFable Wiki:Policies for an overview of DragonFable Wiki policies.
  • See Category:Policies for a list of proposed and adopted policy articles.
  • Shortcut: DF:EQUIP

Equipment articles are some of the most populous types of articles in the Wiki, and as such, are prone to the most variation. This policy outlines what consistencies must be used when creating or editing an item article.

It is not the intent of this policy to construct a platform for a strict database for items, rather, one that organizes them in a consistent manner and allows for comparison and discussion above and beyond what is available on database sites while still offering the capabilities of broad edits and updates.


The article name must match the item name exactly, complete with any punctuations. If there are multiple items with the same name, a "disambig" redirect article should be created, with the items disambiguated by their defining characteristics at separate pages. See Longsword for a good example of this behavior.


Equipment articles are required to follow the base formatting of their help pages, which are as follows:


The following elements from the boilerplate are required as documented on the Help page:

  • Infobox (created with corresponding infobox found at which is included in their Help Pages)
  • Description
  • Abilities (For class armors]
  • Categories (as detailed on their own Help Pages in)


These elements are optional, but should be included when it relates to the item:

  • Organization Templates
  • Screenshot of item in-use
  • Effect
  • See Also
  • Notes

The Boilerplates and Infobox templates are very well documented and together will provide almost all of the functionality that will need to be used for both required and optional elements.


Images of items that have images in-game should be limited to one or two at the most. They should depict the item being equipped/used by a character in-game and cropped accordingly. (Example: [[:File:Doomed Dragon Scythe of the Elements.png]).

Additional content

As long as the previous required elements are included, any additional information in relation to the item is encouraged to be added to the article. This can include lore, previous versions, bugs, undocumented effects, etc. Normally the Notes section of the article is ideal for this, though others may apply as well.


Rarely, some equipment articles may require a different or modified format depending on the type of item and the related content. If an author feels an exception should be made when stepping outside of the required format, they must document this in the item's Talk page and be aware any changes may be reverted at the discretion of admins.

Pages which have extremely short sections (for example, only an intro and a one-sentence source section) can have their section titles removed. If all the relevant information is presented in a few sentences this is preferred, as it reduces unnecessary whitespace.

Policy enforcement

  • Any item articles that do not yet have all of the required information or are using outdated infobox formatting should be marked with a {{Stub}}.
  • Any sub-articles should be marked with {{Speedydelete}} as long as the information is also present in the article (if relevant).

See also