Character Tag Wiki Page
- Japanese:（名無し、ななし）[Nanashi]. If a character's name is not in English, provide the name in its native language along with its romanization. For Japanese words with Kanji, provide a Hiragana or Katakana rendering.
A one-line summary of the character and his/her origins goes here. Be sure to mention which copyright (anime, manga, game, etc.) the character is from.
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 for visually identifying a character. Many good pages will have far less text than this template. Spoilers should be avoided. Most of the time it is possible to write about a character 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 character, on a single line in alphabetical order.
- External links are links to pages beyond Danbooru. They are placed under the External links 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!