Copyright Tag Wiki Page
- Japanese:（慧音國屋、けいねくんにや）[Keinekuniya]. If a copyright's name is not in English, provide the name in its native language along with a Romanization. For Japanese words with Kanji, provide a Hiragana or Katakana rendering.
A one-line summary of the copyright goes here.
Mention the type of copyright (anime, manga, game). Talent, publishers and media corporations will be grateful to Wiki writes who correctly credit them. A little history is also a good treat to readers.
Sometimes, you may want to use a list.
- Lists can help illustrate a concept which may be too thick to read when explained in a single paragraph.
- Nested lists are good for pointing out exceptions.
- However, lists may be overkill if they get too long.
- Remember, always leave a blank line between the first item in a list and its parent paragraph, or you'll get one too many bullet points!
Try to include only basic information necessary to provide a hint of a copyright's premise. Many good pages will have far less text than this template. Spoilers should be avoided. Most of the time it is possible to write without spoilers. In the extremely rare cases where it is absolutely necessary to include text that may be a spoiler,
use the spoiler tag!
- Link to other tags that are relevant to the copyright on a single line in alphabetical order. Related tags of interest are prequels, sequels, adaptations and other forms of franchising.
- External links are links to pages beyond Danbooru. They are placed under the References heading. Save the See Also section for Danbooru Wiki pages only!
- Wikipedia is a popular place to refer readers.
- Remember, always leave a blank line between a heading and the nested paragraph, or the paragraph will disappear!