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Article Guidlines

Hello and welcome to the Article Guidelines, a list of standards and advice for editing on the Teen Titans Go! Wiki! The purpose of this page is to help users with updating articles so that we can make the wiki more universal, consistent, and appealing.

It's worth noting that most of these are guidelines, not rules—meaning there's really no punishment for deviating from most of them. Users on this wiki have a lot of freedom when it comes to creating/editing articles! However, following these policies and suggestions is the best way to go; it'll lead to a more perfect, harmonious, and enjoyable wiki...

General Editing Guidelines

These are the basic rules for all pages on the Teen Titans Go! Wiki. By reading through these regulations, users will get a general idea of the article standards for our site. As stated before, most of these guidelines aren't that strict, but a few obviously must be enforced. After all, these are public pages—we can't allow just ANYTHING to go on them... So, the non-negotiable statutes will be colored red.

For more specific guidelines on articles, jump to the Manual of Style.

Article Titles

  • For pages that have multiple possible names, the titled selected should be the one that's most commonly used in Teen Titans Go! (example: Starfire, not Koriand'r).
  • If no official name is known, go with the name it's usually referred to as. If there's no common name, choose one to the best of your ability (ex: Electron).
  • When there are multiple pages that share the same name, distinguish the articles by using parentheses for one of them (examples: "Road Trip" (comic) and "Road Trip").
  • The first word, all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinate conjunctions of the page should be capitalized—unless it's a distinguisher in parentheses (exs: Teen Titans (series) and "How's this for a Special? Spaaaace").
  • If the name of a page subject is stylized in all capital letters, the article title should be downsized to lower case (ex: Cartoon Network).
  • Episode and comic titles in the show have quotation marks (") surrounding them, so the pages/subpages should be marked with them as well (ex: "Legendary Sandwich").
  • Titles for gallery and transcript subpages should include the original article's title, followed by a forward slash (/), and then the type of subpage it is (ex: "Bored of the Dance"/Gallery).

Writing Style

  • Since Teen Titans Go! is made in the U.S.A., American spellings of English should be used.
  • This should go without saying, but only information relevant to the article should be included.
  • From time to time, other languages can be used when the show refers to them (ex: La Cucaracha in "Head Fruit").
  • Users should use excellent grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sensational sentence structure. So long as it's easy to read... not like kindergartener-easy, but regular person-easy.
  • Opinion statements should be very rare in articles. Blatant opinions (ex: Robin is so ugly) are forbidden, but more passive opinions are acceptable (example: Robin makes an ugly face).
  • Typing in the 2nd person (using "you") should be kept to a minimal and only in appropriate places.
  • Profanity is banned except in cases where the show/supporting material actually uses cuss words (ex: Watch Me).
  • Writers are encouraged to demonstrate their creative abilities when writing! One of the goals of this wiki is to inform, but there's nothing wrong with adding some wise wordplay or a little humor... since Teen Titans Go! is often a crazy show, this wiki is a little more lenient when it comes to this. So have fun!

Infoboxes

Crazy, Crazy (Article)

Infoboxes just look so professional...

  • Want to know how to make an article look much more appealing? Simple, add an infobox. Almost all pages have an applicable infobox that can be inserted at the beginning of the article. Just be sure to fill in the data and insert picture.
  • Keep all the information inputted into infoboxes directly to the right of the equal sign entry point ("="). In addition, press enter after the template name and every piece of data entered.
  • With pages that have tons of info, sometimes it might be appropriate to add additional infoboxes (ex: Alternate Forms heading on Raven page).

Headings

  • Pretty much every article has enough information to require different sections. Insert heading when there's a clear divide between data.
  • Sometimes there'll be headings that can be divided into even smaller sections. If there are two or more sections, create another heading by adding an extra equal ("=") sign.
  • Like article titles, headings should capitalize the first word, all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinate conjunctions. Non-proper nouns in parentheses are an exception.
  • Only hit "enter" once after you've finished a paragraph under a heading and are about to move onto a new heading. If it's a subheading directly after a heading, it's not necessary to press "enter."

Images and Galleries

Stockton, CA! (USB)

A good example pic; clear, ideal size, and Beast Boy is looking his coolest.

  • You've heard the cliché before... "A picture is worth a thousand words." Well guess what, it's a cliché because it's true. Try to add pictures from the show/supporting material every few paragraphs. Preferably, they should be quality photos in thumbnail format, around 200px in most cases, feature a clever caption, and inserted to fit well with the text.
  • Near the end of the article, users should add a gallery of images under the heading "Gallery." These boost the page value by a lot. Only add images not yet featured in the article.
  • In a couple cases, you might opt to add an additional gallery mid-page. Rarely if ever is this applicable, though.
  • If the gallery has ten or more images, a subpage should be created, with a redirect left in place. These offshore galleries should include pictures already seen on the main article (ex: "How 'Bout Some Effort"/Gallery).
  • Depending on what kind of photos the gallery contains, separate headings can be established to distinguish groups of pics.

Categories

  • One of the easiest navigation methods on the wiki is through categories. You should always attempt to file articles into as many applicable categories as possible... within reason.
  • Again, like article titles, the first word, all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinate conjunctions (but not non-proper nouns inside parentheses) of category names should be capitalized.
  • Category pages should include a brief description about what exactly they are categorizing.

Templates

Old Man (Article)

Unknown name? Template time.

  • (Note: For infobox templates, see the "Infobox" heading.)
  • Informally formatted or unfinished pages should be marked with a Construction template at the top of the page.
  • Users should add a Stub template at the bottom of articles that fall under the 500 byte threshold (in addition to the Construction template).
  • For pages with an unknown name, an Unofficial Name template really helps out the readers.
  • In the case of unreleased/upcoming content, add an Unreleased template.
  • To see more comprehensive list of wiki templates, click here.

Miscellaneous

  • For page sections that don't have any data released yet, type To be announced... or TBA... underneath the heading.
  • If there are two articles with a similar name (exs: Super Summer Hero Camp and Superhero Summer Camp), leave a redirect in italics at the top of the page to help guide users.
  • When using bullet points, don't include a space between the asterisk and the text.
  • The titles of TV series, books, games, movies, and songs should be italicized (ex: Crazy Crazy).
  • Try not to add any useless, uninteresting info into the trivia section. What's interesting to some people may not be interesting to others, but as a general rule, if the trivia you want to add doesn't really excite you, it prolly won't excite other users, either. (ex: "Robin has walked many times in the show" is not needed).
  • If you are including a "Sources" heading, try to include no more than 5 references, as this wiki is not an Essay class.

Manual of Style

This section goes into a little more detail with specific article types; it's a manual for the preferred TTG Wiki page style—in other words, a "Manual of Style" (or "MoS"). The majority of wiki articles fall into one of the following page categories... just go to the heading for the type of page you'd like to create/edit, copy the text in the gray box, and paste it into the editor. Instructions/notes marked by a double plus sign (++) have been inserted to help the editor along the way. Simply delete the instructions and surrounding "++" signs, add the appropriate info, and then publish!

If the kind of article you're trying to make/update isn't on this list and you need help with the format, you can ask an administrator or experienced user for help.

(Note: This MoS uses source mode of the classic wiki editor, so it's advised follow suit. Text can be translated over to the new editor, but that's gonna take some work.)

Characters

Doomsday (Article) (1.3)

Quality character page of Doomsday.

Looking to make or edit a character page? Well you've looked in the right place! These articles are very beneficial to the wiki, because many people like to read about DC characters. But before you get to editing, first figure out whether he/she is a major or a minor character in the show. Generally, major status is reserved for characters that appear in a good number of episodes and with importante roles.

Major Characters

So you're thinking about editing a major character page... just know that you'll definitely have your work cut out for you. Since characters like Cyborg are immensely important to the series, they require a lot of writing and data to satisfy some hungry readers. Now go get cooking!

(Note: some of the text in the gray box below carries on to the right, so be sure to copy and paste all of it.)

{{Character
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Add an image of the character.++
|alias=++List notable alternate names of the character.++
|sex=++Add the character's sex.++
|species=++Insert the species of the character.++
|relatives=++Add notable relatives of the character.++
|friends=++Name the notable friends of the character.++
|enemies=++Add notable enemies of the character.++
|occupation=++Add the character's occupation/role.++
|residence=++Add where the character primarily resides.++
|voiced by=++Insert who voices the character.++ 
}}{{Quote|++Insert a quote from the character.++|++Describe the instance in which they've
used this quote.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the character in bold and a brief sum-
-mary of their origins and the role they play in the show.++

++In a new paragraph, name the voice actor for the character.++

==History==
++In this paragraph, summarize the history of the character from past DC media.++

++Next, insert a summarizing paragraph about what they've done in the show.++

++Finally, add a small paragraph about there current state of affairs.++

==Personality==
++If possible, insert an official description from a Cartoon Network source.++

++Add a paragraph about one of the character's defining traits.++

++Add a relevant image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Make another paragraph about another one of the character's personality traits.++

++Insert one more paragraph about a personality trait of the character.++

==Physical Appearance==
++Add a relevant image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Add a relevant image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Type a paragraph that describes the characters physical appearance.++

===Outfits===
++Leave a redirect to the outfit subpage of the character.++

==Powers and Abilities==
++Give a quick introduction to the character's powers, and if they have extensive abili-
-ties, leave a redirect to the "List of Powers and Abilities" page.++
++Add a relevant image or images of the character to the subheadings below, depending on
how much the section can fit. Insert captions as well.++

===Physiological Abilities===
++List the character's powers that originate from their unique physiological self fol-
-lowed by a colon in bold font, then describe what they do (if any).++

===Weapons and Equipment===
++List the character's weaponry and equipment followed by a colon in bold font, then de-
scribe what they do (if any).++

===Skills===
++List the character's learned skills followed by a colon in bold font, then describe
what
they do (if any).++

==Alternate Forms==
++Insert an introduction into the alternate identities of the character, and leave a re-
-direct to the main subpage of alternate forms.++
++(Note: you will need to add more sections to the infobox if there are more alternate
forms.)++

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="5" width="100%"
|- style="background:#00FFFF; color:white; text-align:center; font-weight:bold;" class="unsortable"
| width="25%" |Name
| width="25%" |Photo
| width="50%" |Appearances
|-
|<center>++Name the alternate form.++</center>
|<center>++Add an image of the alternate form set at 150px.++</center>
|<center>++List the appearances made by the alternate form, separating them with
"<br />."++</center>
|-
|}

==Miscellaneous==
++Add an image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++
++Write a short sentence about looking at these subpages.++
++(Note: replace "_____" in the heading below with the name of the character.)++

===[[:Category:Episodes focusing on _____|Episodes Focusing on _____]]===
===[[:Category:Songs sung by _____|Songs Sung by _____]]===
===[[_____/Relationships|Relationships]]===
===[[_____/Quotes|Quotes]]===
===[[List of Death Experiences|Death Experiences]]===
===[[List of Voices in Other Languages|Voices In Other Languages]]===

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the character.++
++Add an image or images of the character here, depending on how much the section can
fit. Insert
captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image of the character here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the arti-
-cle.)++
{{Reflist}}
{{CharacterNav}}

++If there are articles of the character in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Characters for sure) to the page.++

Minor Characters

By there nature of being minor, these Minor Character pages are basically a scaled down version of major characters. Still, a lot of the headings and textual patterns are mimicked. Use this format for articles like the Magical Tree Custodians—those characters who don't really pop out as often.

{{Character
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Add an image of the character.++
|caption=++Insert a caption for the above image.++
|alias=++List notable alternate names of the character.++
|sex=++Add the character's sex.++
|species=++Insert the species of the character.++
|relatives=++Add notable relatives of the character.++
|friends=++Name the notable friends of the character.++
|enemies=++Add notable enemies of the character.++
|occupation=++Add the character's occupation/role.++
|residence=++Add where the character primarily resides.++
|voiced by=++Insert who voices the character.++ 
}}{{Quote|++Insert a quote from the character.++|++Describe the instance in which
they've used this quote.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the character in bold and a brief
summary of their origins and the role they play in the show.++

++In a new paragraph, name which episode they debuted in.++

==History==
++In this paragraph, summarize the history of the character from past DC media. If they
were originally created by the show, do not include this paragraph.++

++Next, insert a summarizing paragraph about what the character has done throughout the
show.++

==Physical Appearance==
++Add a relevant image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a
caption.++
++Type a paragraph that describes the characters physical appearance (more paragraphs
may be needed if there's different variants of the character).++

==Powers and Abilities==
++(Note: if the characters doesn't have any powers/equipment/skills, do not include this
heading/subheading.)++
++Add a relevant image or images of the character to the subheadings below, depending on
how much the section can fit. Insert captions as well.++

===Physiological Abilities===
++List the character's powers that originate from their unique physiological self fol-
-lowed by a colon in bold font, then describe what they do (if any).++

===Weapons and Equipment===
++List the character's weaponry and equipment followed by a colon in bold font, then
describe what they do (if any).++

===Skills===
++List the character's learned skills followed by a colon in bold font, then describe
what they do (if any).++

==Appearances==
++Add an image of the character here, inserting it well into the text with a caption. If
it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++
++List episodes, comics, video games, or any other appearances of this character using
the appropriate subheadings (example: ===Season 2===).++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the character.++
++Add an image or images of the character here, depending on how much the section can
fit. Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
<gallery>
++Add relevant images of the character here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}
{{CharacterNav}}

++If there are articles of the character in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Characters for sure) to the page.++

Character Galleries

As stated earlier, when the gallery in a page spills over nine images, a separate article dedicated to pictures should be created. Take this page, Lumberjack/Gallery, for example—only twelve photos... but that's more than nine, right? So separate article.

++Add an introductory paragraph stating that this is an image gallery for a character
 If he/she only has one appearance, state which episode/comic/etc. and which season/vol-
-ume/etc. Finally, leave a redirect to the main article. ++
++(Note: if there are no images available for the following subheadings, do not include
the section.)++
++(Note: other subheadings that can be included below for some characters are "Comics,"
"Movies," "Games," and "Books.")++

==Gallery==
===Episodes===
++(Note: distinguish between varying seasons and episodes by using different subheadings
(examples: ====[[Season 2]]==== and ====="[[Road Trip]]"=====).++

<gallery>
++Add images of the character from an episode here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Cameos===
<gallery>
++Add cameo images here (photos that reference the character, but are not showing the
actual character itself), as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Concept Art===
<gallery>
++Add images of concept art of the character here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Miscellaneous===
<gallery>
++Add any miscellaneous images of the character here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

++If there are articles of the gallery in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Galleries for sure) to the page.++

Episodes

Lil&#039; Dimples-Transcript (Article)

"Lil' Dimples transcript. A lotta work!

Teen Titans Go! is a cartoon with many seasons, so obviously there's gonna be a lotta episode pages to create and update as well. The majority of these articles follow the same pattern, but a few of them such as "Two Parter" are, well, two parts in one article. That means twice the editing... but it's aight. So with that in mind, scroll down to either the main episode page, episode gallery, or episode transcript format.

Episodes

A big load of work will go into the hub page for episodes, with most of that being focused in the plot section (take "Strength of a Grown Man", for example). It's recommended to have a recording of the episode while editing these pages, that way you can get it all in...

{{Infobox episode
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Add the title card of the episode.++
|season=++Name the season the episode was in (example: [[Season 2|2]]).++
|episode=++List the episode number by season, then the overall number in parentheses.++
|original airdate=++Put the first air date, saying which weekday, month, date, and
year.++
|premiere time=++Add the time it aired using Eastern Standard Time (EST).++
|produced by=++Insert the producers, separating them with "<br>."++
|written by=++Add the writer(s) of the episode.++
|directed by=++The director of the episode goes here.++
|production code=++Add the production code of the episode.++
|before=++Put the previous episode in bold right here.++
|after=++Put the following episode in bold right here.++
|video=++Insert a clip or clips of the episode from YouTube.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the episode in bold, followed by the
episode number in the season and then the overall episode number.++

==Synopsis==
++Add the official synopsis from Cartoon Network.++

==Plot==
++Type a recount of the episode, going more in-depth than the synopsis, but not as in-
-depth as a
transcript.++
++(Note: the amount of paragraphs under this heading will depend on the writer.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the episode here, inserting it well into the text
with a caption. If it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++

==Characters==
++Add an image or images from the episode here, depending on how much the section can
fit. Insert captions as well.++
'''Main Characters'''
++List main characters.++
'''Minor Characters'''
++List minor characters.++
'''Cameos'''
++List cameos.++

==Songs==
++List any songs that were in the episode. If there were none, then there's no need for
this heading.++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the episode.++
++(Note: if there is no content to add to the following subheadings, do not include
them.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the episode to this heading or any subheadings be-
-low where possible, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++

===Continuity===
++Add any interesting continuity from previous episodes/comics/etc.++

===References===
++Insert any references found within the episode here.++

===Errors===
++Add any errors found in the episode's production/writing.++

===Running Gags===
++List the running gags that are found throughout the episode.++

==Transcript==
The transcript for "_____" can be found ''[[_____/Transcript|here]]''.
++(Note: fill in the "_____" with the name of the episode.)++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image from the episode here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}
{{EpisodeNav}}

++If there are articles of the episode in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Episodes for sure) to the page.++

Episode Galleries

Although it's illegal to post the whole episode in a video clip, users can get around that by posting all of it in pictures (kinda)! Obviously, try to use the best, highest quality images you can get, preferably straight from the episode. "Forest Pirates"/Gallery is a great example page for setting up an episode gallery.

++Add an introductory paragraph stating that this is an image gallery for an episode.
Also, specify the season and leave a redirect to the main article.++
++(Note: if there are no images available for the following subheadings, do not include
the section.)++

==Gallery==
===Promo===
<gallery>
++Add images from the promos for the episode here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Episode===
<gallery>
++Add images directly from the episode here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Concept Art===
<gallery>
++Add images of concept art for the episode here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Miscellaneous===
<gallery>
++Add any miscellaneous images from the episode here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

++If there are articles of the gallery in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Galleries for sure) to the page.++

Episode Transcripts

So you don't wanna write that big long episode plot? Guess what, transcripts aren't much better. In fact, they're a lot harder. Every line, scene change, and action must be recorded, just like it is in the "Pie Bros"/Transcript article. The MoS below gives the basics for forming a transcript, but a lot of the formatting rests on your shoulders.

{{Transcript infobox
|image=++Add the title card of the episode.++
|season=++Name the season the episode was in (example: [[Season 2|2]]).++
|episode=++List the episode number by season, then the overall number in parentheses.++
|airdate=++Put the first air date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year.++
|production=++Add the production code of the episode.++
|previous=++Put the previous episode in bold right here.++
|next=++Put the following episode in bold right here.++
|character=++Add all characters from the episode, separating them with "<br>" and the
headings "Main Characters," "Minor Characters," and "Cameos" in bold.++
|location=++Name the locations that are seen throughout the episode.++
|song=++If there are any songs in the episode, list them here.++
|plotpoint=++Put the central thing or idea of the episode here (using minimal words).++
|status=++Write "not started," "in progress," or "complete" depending on the amount of
progress on the transcript.++
}}

==Transcript==
++(Note: below is a template setup for typing the transcript. Every episode has differ-
-ent dialogue, action, and scenes, so each transcript will have a vastly different com-
-bination. However, there are some patterns to follow: always list the scene first, and
report all actions and dialogue exactly as they go down. So, as stated earlier, here are
the main components of a transcript...)++

++(Note: begin the transcript with this text, filling in the "_____" in the second row
with the setting...)++

{| class="article-table" align="left" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"
| colspan="2" | '''SCENE: _____.'''
|-

++(Note: the next piece of text can be added for dialogue. Fill in the first "_____"
with the name of the character talking. If the character doesn't have a dialogue tem-
-plate, delete the whole template and simply type there name in. In the second "_____",
add dialogue and actions taken in between dialogue [actions should be in italics and
have brackets around them].++

! {{dialogue|_____}}:
| _____
|-

++(Note: for long stretches of action, use the following text setup to record it. Just
replace the "_____" with the action [it will be in italics].)++

| colspan="2" |''_____''
|-

++(Note: end the transcript by using this at the end...)++

|}

++If there are articles of the transcript in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Transcripts for sure) to the page.++

Books

Snowbunny&#039;s Fool-Gallery (Article)

Gallery for "Snowbunny's Fool".

The success of Teen Titans Go! has lead to a great amount of books being written... and now that's lead to a lot of book ARTICLES being written. This section includes traditional comics, novelizations, and kids books such as Rainy Day Heroes. They all have pretty much the same format/pattern, and they're also quite similar to episode pages. Just in book form. So get to reading, and then get to writing!

Books

We'll start out with the main article for the book/comic. The comic issues are written very much like regular episodes, as you can see by the "Pie Bros"/Transcript article. Other non-comic books might not be so similar, so the plot may need to be handled in a different way.

{{Comic infobox
|title=<span style="color:white;">{{PAGENAME}}</span> ++(Note: italicize "{{PAGENAME}}"
if it's a non-comic book.)++
|image=++Add the cover/cover art of the book/comic. If there is none, choose a page or
page section.++
|caption=++Insert a caption for the above image.++
|writer=++Add the writer of the book/comic.++
|artwork=++Insert the artist of the book/comic.++
|cover=++Acknowledge the cover artist of the book/comic. If there is none, leave this
blank.++
|release date=++Put the release date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year. Also,
specify between digital and print in parentheses.++
|letterer=++Insert the letterer of the book/comic here.++
|editor=++Add the editor of the book/comic here.++
|before=++Put the previous book/comic in bold right here.++
|after=++Put the following book/comic in bold right here.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the book/comic in bold (and italics
if it's not a comic). If it's a comic, include the issue number and volume. If it's an-
-other type of book, state the publisher and what series it falls in.++

==Synopsis==
++Add the official synopsis from Cartoon Network. If there isn't one, write a short sum-
-mary.++

==Plot==
++Type a recount of the book/comic, going more in-depth than the synopsis, but not as
in-depth as a transcript.++
++(Note: the amount of paragraphs under this heading will depend on the writer.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the comic/book here, inserting it well into the
text with a caption. If it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++

==Characters==
++Add an image or images from the book/comic here, depending on how much the section can
fit.
Insert captions as well.++
'''Main Characters'''
++List main characters.++
'''Minor Characters'''
++List minor characters.++
'''Cameos'''
++List cameos.++

==Songs==
++List any songs (obviously in textual form) that were in the book/comic. If there were
none, then there's no need for this heading.++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the book/comic.++
++(Note: if there is no content to add to the following subheadings, do not include
them.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the book/comic to this heading or any subheadings
below where possible, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++

===Continuity===
++Add any interesting continuity from previous episodes/comics/etc.++

===References===
++Insert any references found within the book/comic here.++

===Errors===
++Add any errors found in the book's/comic's production/writing.++

===Running Gags===
++List the running gags that are found throughout the book/comic.++

==Transcript==
The transcript for "_____" can be found ''[[_____/Transcript|here]]''.
++(Note: fill in the "_____" with the name of the book/comic.)++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image from the book/comic here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
++(Note: only include "{{ComicNav}}" if it's a comic.)++
{{Reflist}}
{{ComicNav}}

++If there are articles of the book/comic in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Books for sure) to the page.++

Book Galleries

Though these books are primarily in print, there are a few online sites that offer readers a look, as well as screenshots (just try to use the legal websites...). Try getting the full, un-cropped pages of a book (like in "Posers"/Gallery), but page sections will definitely work if that's the only thing available.

++Add an introductory paragraph stating that this is an image gallery for a book/comic.
Additionally, leave a redirect to the main article.++
++(Note: if there are no images available for the following subheadings, do not include
the section.)++

==Gallery==
===Pages===
<gallery>
++Add images of complete pages from the book/comic here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Page Sections===
<gallery>
++Add partial sections of pages from the  book/comic here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Concept Art===
<gallery>
++Add images of concept art for the book/comic here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

===Miscellaneous===
<gallery>
++Add any miscellaneous images from the book/comic here, as well as captions.++
</gallery>

++If there are articles of the gallery in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Galleries for sure) to the page.++

Book Transcripts

Pages such as "Idol Hands"/Transcript focus on the transcript of the book/comic. Obviously. Two things to mention: first, the infobox is in serious need of visual updating, but it's all we got right now. And secondly, these should be slightly easier than episode transcripts since the dialogue is already in written form... no subtitles needed.

{{Infobox comic transcript
|title={{PAGENAME}} ++(Note: italicize "{{PAGENAME}}" if it's a non-comic book.)++
|no=++Insert the issue number if the book is a comic.++
|image=++Add the cover/cover art of the book/comic. If there is none, choose a page or
page section.++
|digital=++Put the digital release date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year.++
|print=++Add the print release date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year.++
|writer=++Add the writer of the book/comic.++
|art=++Insert the artist of the book/comic.++
|previous=++Put the previous book/comic in bold right here.++
|next=++Put the following book/comic in bold right here.++
|character=++Add all characters from the book/comic, separating them with "<br>" and the
headings "Main Characters," "Minor Characters," and "Cameos" in bold.++
|location=++Name the locations that are seen throughout the book/comic.++
|song=++If there are any songs in the book/comic, list them here.++
|plotpoint=++Put the central thing or idea of the book/comic here (using minimal
words).++
|status=++Write "not started," "in progress," or "complete" depending on the amount of
progress on the transcript.++
}}

==Transcript==
++(Note: below is a template setup for typing the transcript. Every book/comic has dif-
-ferent dialogue, action, and scenes, so each transcript will have a vastly different
combination. However, there are some patterns to follow: always list the scene first,
and report all actions and dialogue exactly as they go down. So, as stated earlier, here
are the main components of a transcript...)++

++(Note: begin the transcript with this text, filling in the "_____" in the second row
with the setting...)++

{| class="article-table" align="left" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"
| colspan="2" | '''SCENE: _____.'''
|-

++(Note: the next piece of text can be added for dialogue. Fill in the first "_____"
with the name of the character talking. If the character doesn't have a dialogue tem-
-plate, delete the whole template and simply type there name in. In the second "_____",
add dialogue and actions taken in between dialogue [actions should be in italics and
have brackets around them].++

! {{dialogue|_____}}:
| _____
|-

++(Note: for long stretches of action, use the following text setup to record it. Just
replace the "_____" with the action [it will be in italics].)++

| colspan="2" |''_____''
|-

++(Note: end the transcript by using this at the end...)++

|}

++If there are articles of the transcript in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Transcripts for sure) to the page.++

Games

Time to see how good your editing game is on game pages... After playing these, you'll probably soon realize many differences; for example, Tower Lockdown has levels while Jump Jousts doesn't. Some may have obstacles, some may not. No problem though, just adjust the format accordingly to what's there and what isn't.

(Note: in the gray box below, some of the text carries on to the right. Be sure to copy and paste all of it.)

{{Game infobox
|name=''{{PAGENAME}}''
|image=++Add an image with the title of the game in it. If there is none, choose a
screenshot from the game.++
|caption=++Insert a caption for the above image.++
|levels=++Type how many levels there are (if applicable).++
|characters=++List the playable characters.++
|link=++Add a link to the game if it's a web game.++
|developed=++Insert the developer of the game.++
|produced=++Add the game's producer.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the game in bold and italics, what
platform it was released on, and in what month/year.++

++In a new paragraph, give a very brief summary of the story and what players do in the
game.++

==Plot==
++Type a recount of the game's story, going more in-depth than the synopsis, but not as
in-depth as a transcript.++
++(Note: the amount of paragraphs under this heading will depend on the writer.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the comic/book here, inserting it well into the
text with a caption. If it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++

==Gameplay==
++Add a relevant image of the game here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Describe the gameplay, controls, and features of the game.++

==Characters==
++Add an image or images from the game here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++
'''Playable'''
++List playable characters.++
'''Non-Playable'''
++List non-playable characters.++

==Levels==
++Insert an introductory paragraph about levels, talking about the difficulty and the
overlying pattern of reaching the goal.++
++(Note: if the game doesn't really have a level layout, don't include this heading.)++
++(Note: you will need to add more sections to the infobox if there are more levels.)++

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="5" width="100%"
|- style="background:#00FFFF; color:white; text-align:center; font-weight:bold;" class="unsortable"
| width="25%" |Level
| width="25%" |Photo
| width="50%" |Description
|-
|<center>++Add the name of the level++</center>
|<center>++Add an image of the level set at 150px.++</center>
|<center>++Describe the level design, goal, and/or overall contents.++</center>
|-
|}

==Obstacles==
++Add an image or images of obstacles here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++
++List obstacles followed by a colon in bold font, then describe what they do.++

==Songs==
++List any songs that were in the game. If there were none, then there's no need for this
heading.++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the game.++
++(Note: if there is no content to add to the following subheadings, do not include
them.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the game to this heading or any subheadings below
where possible, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++

===Continuity===
++Add any interesting continuity from previous episodes/comics/etc.++

===References===
++Insert any references found within the game here.++

===Errors===
++Add any errors found in the games's production/writing.++

===Running Gags===
++List the running gags that are found throughout the game.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image from the game here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the arti-
-cle.)++
{{RefList}}
{{Template:GamesNav}}

++If there are articles of the game in other languages, leave a link to said page(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Games for sure) to the page.++

Movies

As of right now, there are only two Teen Titans Go! movies: Teen Titans Go! to the Movies and Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans (the latter being unreleased). Still, since there's always the possibility of future films, we got this MoS right here. It's similar to the episode format, but with a few extra sections.

{{Infobox episode
|name''{{PAGENAME}}''
|image=++Insert an image of the movie's promotional poster or box art.++
|season=
|episode=
|original airdate=++Put the release date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year.
Also, specify between theater and DVD/Blu-Ray in parentheses.++
|premiere time=
|produced by=++Insert the producers, separating them with "<br>."++
|written by=++Add the writer(s) of the movie (separate them with "<br>" if needed).++
|directed by=++The director(s) of the movie go here (use "<br>" to separate them if
needed).++
|production code=
|before=++Put the previous movie in bold right here.++
|after=++Put the following movie in bold right here.++
|video=++Insert a clip or clips of the movie from YouTube.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the movie in bold and italics, fol-
-lowed by information on production and a subcompact summary.++

++In a new paragraph, add the theater and/or DVD/Blu-Ray release date, as well as a
quick summary of its reception.++

==Synopsis==
++Add the official synopsis from Cartoon Network. If there isn't one, write a short sum-
-mary.++

==Plot==
++Type a recount of the movie, going more in-depth than the synopsis, but not as in-
-depth as a transcript.++
++(Note: the amount of paragraphs under this heading will depend on the writer.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the movie here, inserting it well into the text
with a caption. If it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++

==Characters==
++Add an image or images from the movie to the following subheadings, depending on how
much the section can fit. Insert captions as well.++
++(Note: you will need to add more sections to the infobox if there are more charac-
-ters.)++

===Main Characters===
{| class="article-table"
!Character
!Voice Actor
|-
|++Add the name of the character.++
|++Add the name of the voice actor.++
|-
|}

===Minor Characters===
++List minor characters.++

===Cameos===
++List cameos.++

==Reception and Critical Response==
++Add a relevant image of the movie here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Write a paragraph about how the fans of the show received the movie.++
++Add another paragraph on how movie critics responded, complete with rankings.++

==Miscellaneous==
++Add an image from the movie here, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++
++Write a short sentence about looking at these subpages.++
++(Note: if there's nothing pertaining to one of the subheadings, don't include it.)++
++(Note: replace "_____" in the heading below with the name of the movie.)++

===[[_____ (DVD)|DVD and Blu-Ray]]===
===[[_____ (book)|Novel]]===
===[[_____ Soundtrack|Soundtrack]]===
===[[External Links]]===

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the movie.++
++(Note: if there is no content to add to the following subheadings, do not include
them.)++
++Add a relevant image or images from the movie to this heading or any subheadings be-
-low where possible, inserting it well into the text with a caption.++

===Continuity===
++Add any interesting continuity from previous episodes/comics/etc.++

===References===
++Insert any references found within the movie here.++

===Errors===
++Add any errors found in the movie's production/writing.++

===Running Gags===
++List the running gags that are found throughout the movie.++

==Transcript==
The transcript for ''_____'' can be found ''[[_____/Transcript|here]]''.
++(Note: fill in the "_____" with the name of the movie.)++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image from the movie here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}

++If there are articles of the movie in other languages, leave a link to said page(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Movies for sure) to the page.++

Songs

Every so often, an episode, movie or even a comic will feature a song with words, such as Boo Boo Song. These are usually relatively short articles to create/edit, so they're a great option for editing if you don't want something too long. Tip: a little knowledge in rhythm might help you out. Other than that, just chill with the vibes...

{{Infobox song
|name=''{{PAGENAME}}''
|image=++Insert an image from the song's music video (one with the song's name in it
would be especially good).++
|caption=++Add a caption to the image.++
|band=++Add the singer(s). If there are multiple, separate them with commas.++
|released=++Put the first air date, saying which weekday, month, date, and year.++
|performed=++Type the location(s) where the song was sung, separated by "<br>" if need-
-ed.++
|genre=++Name which genre the song falls primarily into.++
|runtime=++Put the runtime of the song down to the second.++
|band2=
|before=++Put the previous song in italics right here.++
|after=++Put the following song in italics right here.++
|video=++Insert a clip of the song from YouTube.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the song in bold and italics, the
genre, and who sings the song. Also include a subcompact summary of the song's subject
matter.++

++In a new paragraph, name the episode the song first debuted in.++

==Lyrics==
++(Note; below is a setup for typing the song lyrics. Every song has different words and
structure, so each lyrical transcript will have a very different combination of lines.
However, there are some patterns to follow: always start out a new section of lyrics
with a musical heading, denote the singer [and all changes in who's singin'], and break
up the lines into measures. So, as stated earlier, here are the main components of a
song transcript...)++

++(Note: begin a new section of music with a heading like this...)++

'''[++Add the heading here (example: Verse 2).++]'''<br>

++(Note: to distinguish who is singing, add the following template, replacing "_____"
with the characters name. If they don't have a dedicated template, simply type there
name in bold and follow it up with a colon.)++

{{Dialogue|_____}}:<br>

++(Note: to actually add lines, count the number of beats to figure out how much you
should have in each line [usually four]. Italicize all text, and put a "<br>" after the
line to keep it separate. When a section ends, no "<br>" is needed, just press enter
twice. Also, for interjections in the song [ex: someone says "yeah!"], enclose them in
parentheses to differentiate them. An example line is shown below.)++

''++Add the lyric here.++ (++Add the interjection here++)''

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the song.++
++Add an image or images of the song here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image from the song here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}

++If there are articles of the song in other languages, leave a link to said page(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Songs for sure) to the page.++

Objects

Below is the article format for any non-living object in Teen Titans Go! (the T-Car, for example). But before you go and create a page for a random rock or something, first question whether it plays an important role in the episode and/or show. If so, go ahead and start editing! The setup is actually somewhat similar to a character page.

{{Object infobox
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Add an image of the object.++
|caption=++Insert a caption for the above image.++
|location=++List where the object can be found, separating locations with "<br>."++
|maker=++Name who created/invented the object (if any).++
|usage=++List what the object is used for, separating uses with "<br>."++
|owners=++Now name the owners of the object (if any), separating owners with "<br>."++
|appearances=++List the object's appearances, separating them with "<br>."++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the object in bold and a brief sum-
-mary of its origins and the role it plays in the show.++

++In a new paragraph, name which episode the object debuted in.++

==History==
++In this paragraph, summarize the history of the object from past DC media. If it was
originally created by the show, do not include this paragraph.++

++Next, insert a summarizing paragraph about what the object has been through throughout
the show.++

==Description==
++Add a relevant image of the object here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Type a paragraph that describes the object's physical appearance (more paragraphs may
be needed if there's different variants of the object).++

==Features==
++(Note: if the object doesn't have any features, do not include this heading/subhead-
-ing.)++
++Add a relevant image or images of the object here, depending on how much the section
can fit. Insert captions as well.++
++List features of the object followed by a colon in bold font, then describe what this
does.++

==Appearances==
++Add an image of the object here, inserting it well into the text with a caption. If it
cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++
++List episodes, comics, video games, or any other appearances of this object using the
appropriate subheadings (example: ===Season 2===).++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the object.++
++Add an image or images of the object here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image of the object here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}
{{ObjectNav}}

++If there are articles about the object in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Objects for sure) to the page.++

Locations

Rock of Eternity (Article)

Take a trip to the Rock of Eternity.

The Teen Titans have traveled to quite a bit of crazy places throughout the show, so there's naturally gonna be a good amount of location pages on the wiki. One such popular location is obviously Titans Tower, where the team lives. A special emphasis has been placed on area description and inhabitants with these types of articles. If you're in to geography or architecture, then have fun...

Buildings

Want to build an article about a building? Good news, we have the blueprints right below. This section deals with establishments such as Jump City Cinemas 12. Most of the formatting is pretty straightforward, but the "Rooms" section can get a little confusing with that infobox. Oh well, get through it. It's not that hard.

(Note: some of the formatting in the gray box below goes on rightwards, so be sure to copy and paste it all.)

{{Location infobox
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Insert an image of the building.++
|caption=++Caption the above image.++
|located=++If the building is within a larger location, name the site. If not, leave this
part empty.++
|residence=++List who resides in the building, separating them with "<br>."++ 
|type=++Add the building type. If it's in multiple categories, separate them with
"<br>."++
|climate=
|appearance=++Put the first appearance of the building here.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the building in bold and a brief sum-
-mary of its usage/role it plays in the show, as well as its location (if any).++

==History==
++In this paragraph, summarize the history of the building from past DC media. If it was
originally created by the show, do not include this paragraph.++

++Next, insert a summarizing paragraph about what the building has been through through-
-out the show.++

==Description and Rooms==
===Exterior===
++Add a relevant image of the building here, inserting it well into the text with a cap-
-tion.++
++Type a paragraph that describes the building's exterior.++

===Rooms===
++Insert a small introductory paragraph about the rooms, talking about overall layout and
purposes.++
++(Note: if the building only has one room, don't include this heading.)++
++(Note: you will need to add more sections to the infobox if there are more rooms.)++

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="5" width="100%"
|- style="background:#00FFFF; color:white; text-align:center; font-weight:bold;" class="unsortable"
| width="25%" |Room
| width="25%" |Photo
| width="50%" |Description
|-
|<center>++Add the name of the room++</center>
|<center>++Add an image of the room set at 150px.++</center>
|<center>++Describe the room design and contents.++</center>
|-
|}

==Inhabitants==
++Add an image or images of the building here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++
++(Note: if the list of inhabitants it extensive, you may opt to replace the bold head-
-ings with subheadings [example: ===Former Residents===].)++
'''Current Residents'''
++List main characters.++
'''Former Residents'''
++List minor characters.++
'''Guests'''
++List cameos.++

==Appearances==
++Add an image of the building here, inserting it well into the text with a caption. If
it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++
++List episodes, comics, video games, or any other appearances of this building using the
appropriate subheadings (ex: ===Season 2===).++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the building.++
++Add an image or images of the building here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image of the building here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the arti-
-cle.)++
{{Reflist}}

++If there are articles about the building in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Buildings for sure) to the page.++

Other Locations

Some locations aren't really centered on a structure; the whole area is kind of just its own, like Tamaran. For articles such as these, the "Rooms" subheading has been replaced with "Points of Interest." Other than that, there are few differences between the buildings MoS and this one.

(Note: a bit of the text in the gray box below goes on to the right, so make sure to copy and paste all of it.)

{{Location infobox
|name={{PAGENAME}}
|image=++Insert an image of the location.++
|caption=++Caption the above image.++
|located=++If the location is within a larger area, name the site. If not, leave this
part empty.++
|residence=++List who resides in the location, separating them with "<br>."++ 
|type=++Add the type of area. If it's in multiple categories, separate them with
"<br>."++
|climate=++Put the usual climate right here.++
|appearance=++Put the first appearance of the location here.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the name of the location in bold and a brief sum-
-mary of its usage/role it plays in the show, as well as its parent location (if any).++

==History==
++In this paragraph, summarize the history of the location from past DC media. If it was
originally created by the show, do not include this paragraph.++

++Next, insert a summarizing paragraph about what the location has been through through-
-out the show.++

==Description==
++Add an image or images of the location here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++
++Type a description of the area.++
++(Note: the amount of paragraphs under this heading will depend on the writer and area
size.)++

===Points of Interest===
++Insert a small introductory paragraph about the points of interest, talking about over-
-all layout and purposes.++
++(Note: if the location only has one area, don't include this heading.)++
++(Note: you will need to add more sections to the infobox if there are more rooms.)++

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="5" width="100%"
|- style="background:#00FFFF; color:white; text-align:center; font-weight:bold;" class="unsortable"
| width="25%" |Location
| width="25%" |Photo
| width="50%" |Description
|-
|<center>++Add the name of the location++</center>
|<center>++Add an image of the location set at 150px.++</center>
|<center>++Describe the location and contents.++</center>
|-
|}

==Inhabitants==
++Add an image or images of the location here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++
++(Note: if the list of inhabitants it extensive, you may opt to replace the bold head-
-ings with subheadings [example: ===Former Residents===].)++
'''Current Residents'''
++List main characters.++
'''Former Residents'''
++List minor characters.++
'''Guests'''
++List cameos.++

==Appearances==
++Add an image of the location here, inserting it well into the text with a caption. If
it cannot fit within the section, don't worry about it.++
++List episodes, comics, video games, or any other appearances of this location using the
appropriate subheadings (ex: ===Season 2===).++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the location.++
++Add an image or images of the location here, depending on how much the section can fit.
Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image of the location here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the arti-
-cle.)++
{{Reflist}}

++If there are articles about the location in other languages, leave a link to said pa-
-ge(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Locations for sure) to the page.++

Crew

Of course we can't forget about the all important crew... without them there would be no Teen Titans Go!. Show your thanks by editing or creating a crew member article such as Wes Abbott. The infobox definitely needs a redesign, but it's the only thing available at the moment. Hope you like writing biographies.

{{Template:Crew
|image=++Insert an image of the crew member.++
|job=++Name their job on the show. If they have multiple, choose the main one.++ 
|character= ++If they are a member of the cast, add the main character they play here
(only one, and be sure to leave a space between the "=" and the character's name. Also,
do not use brackets for linking; it will link automatically.++
|birth=++Add the crew member's birthday.++
}}++Add an introductory paragraph with the crew member's name in bold, their birthday,
and a summary on their job/projects.++

++In a new paragraph, briefly summarize there role on the show.++

==History==
++Add an introductory paragraph summarizing there life before coming on the show, inclu-
-ding past projects. If there is barely any/no information, skip this paragraph.++

In a new paragraph, type about their history on the show, including when they came on
and what they've been up to since.++

==Voice Roles==
++(Note: the "Voice Roles" heading is only for voice actors who've voiced more than one
character on the show. However, it can be substituted for different things depending on
the crew member'sjob. For example, a writer could have "Episodes Written," an artist
could have "Comics Drawn," etc. Then appropriate subheadings can be used to distinguish
different seasons/volumes. Point is: this section can be modified for whatever the crew
member's job is.)++
++Add an image or images of the voice actor here, depending on how much the section can
fit. Insert captions as well.++
++(Note: if the list of characters/episodes/comics/etc. it extensive, you may opt to re-
-place the bold headings with subheadings [example: ===Main Characters===].)++

'''Main Characters'''
++List main characters he/she voices.++

'''Minor Characters'''
++List main characters he/she voices.++

==Trivia==
++List interesting trivia facts about the crew member.++
++Add an image or images of the crew member here, depending on how much the section can
fit. Insert captions as well.++

==Gallery==
{{Gallery|++Add an image of the crew member here.++}}

==Sources==
++(Note: only include this heading and "{{Reflist}}" if references were used in the ar-
-ticle.)++
{{Reflist}}

++If there are articles about the crew member writtn in other languages, insert a link
to said page(s).++
++Add appropriate categories (needs Crew for sure) to the page.++

Miscellaneous

Teen Titan Go!-Toys (Article)

Nothing in the MoS about Teen Titans Go! toys... good luck, though.

Hmm... haven't found the sort of article you're trying to make or edit? Well, the Teen Titans Go! Wiki has a wide variety of special articles that just don't fit into any of the above categories. Take Cartoon Network for example... it's the only TV channel on the wiki, and so it wouldn't make much sense for it to get its own MoS. Tip: by looking at the formats for all the other article types, so you should be able to get an idea of what you wanna do. And again, the Admins and knowledgeable users are more than happy to help you!

Conclusion

Done reading all that? Or did you just skip down to the conclusion? Either way, thanks for checking out the Teen Titans Go! Wiki Article Guidelines... hopefully you've found the answers to all your editing questions. If you haven't or have noticed something missing, you can ask an Administrator to update the guidelines/Manual of Style. Alright, have fun editing on the TTG Wiki!

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