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We've got a couple of important quirks for a Fandom wiki, so let's get them out of the way first.
British English, please
Spoilers aren't cool
We have a strict definition of "spoiler" that you may find a bit unusual. Basically, a spoiler, to us, is anything that comes from a story which has not been released yet. So, even if you've got some info from a BBC press release or official trailer, it basically can't be referenced here. In other words, you gotta wait until the episode has finished its premiere broadcast to start editing about its contents. Please check the spoiler policy for more details.
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Articles for deletion Edit
Articles for deletion are articles which shouldn't exist like if someone created on for an episode "The Return of Donna Noble" which isn't actually a real episode, so the article should be deleted. I noticed you put the Gallifrey article up for deletion after someone vandalised it, but because it is a genuine article, the changes should just be reverted by using the history of the page. Hope you stick around. Thanks. The Thirteenth Doctor 00:20, June 10, 2010 (UTC)
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