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We have one main rule: be nice to others. That said, if you're new here, you should know that the wiki has been around since 2004, and it's accumulated a number of traditions. Much of what goes for the wiki itself also applies here in our Discussions area. SUMMARY * Personal attacks won't be tolerated. Don't say nasty things about other people — even the real life people who make Doctor Who and its spin-offs. Only comment on the substance of their ideas. * Only FANDOM staff may start a thread in the "FANDOM posts" category, but anyone can reply to posts there. * Discussions about any un-released story (in any medium) are not allowed, except in the "FANDOM posts" and "Spoilers!" categories. The "Fan Art" category, though not intended as a place for spoilers in the text of posts, may contain visual spoilers in the artwork that people create. * Swearing for emphasis is allowed. Flagrantly gratuitous cursing is not. * Discussions about sexuality are allowed, so long as they pertain to elements in the Doctor Who franchise. * You are encouraged to link to videos here — but the links can only be to the official channel of the BBC or another entity that has the right to post videos about the Doctor Who franchise. * This is an English language Discussions area about the Doctor Who franchise. Please don't post off that topic or wholly in another language. WHEN YOU CAN EDIT YOUR OWN POSTS You may only edit your own posts if: * No one has already quoted your comments. It's not fair to make a later poster look like they've misquoted you. * You are not changing your basic position. Don't agree to a certain position then edit your post such that it appears you now disagree with that position. If you want to change your mind, you must do so in a wholly new post. WHEN YOU CAN GET BANNED Local administrators reserve the right to block you from Tardis Discussions, which also prohibits you from editing the wiki itself. Of course, it's highly unlikely and certainly something we don't want to do. Here are the main reasons we might do that: * violations of FANDOM's Terms of Use * anti-social behaviour, including posts that contain hate speech * contributing, in any way, to illegal download or streaming of copyrighted material
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