Platinum End Wiki

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To ensure a safe environment for all fans and visitors, the Platinum End Wiki defines a list of protocols that must be followed at all times. Note that non-compliance of the following rules will merit a block with an appropriate time frame depending on the violation. Time frames may vary from a few hours to indefinite, or whichever is found appropriate by the administrator warranting the block.


  1. No disturbing content. These include NSFW, heavy gore, lewd discussions, and the like.
  2. Be respectful. Do not make personal attacks against other users and real people related to the production of Platinum End. Examples of personal attacks include (but are not limited to) insults, threats, and profanity directed to another user.
  3. No coercion of religious views. Platinum End is a work of fiction crafted for the sake of entertainment. The ill-mannered discussion and/or coercion of one's personal religious views to another will not be tolerated.
  4. No trolling. This is a Platinum End fan community that aims to provide a positive environment for those who wish to authentically discuss the manga and anime. Setting foot on the wiki to make frequent complaints, such as “several characters are terrible and should be killed off,” or “cast and crew members are awful and should be fired,” is considered trolling and not allowed.
  5. No advertising. This wiki intends to only promote things concerning Platinum End. Any form of advertisement that does not concern the manga or anime series will be deleted.
  6. No sock puppetry or impersonation. Moreover, do not create multiple accounts to evade your block. Evasion of a block and impersonation of another user or administrator will warrant an indefinite ban on the wiki.
  7. No necroposting. Necroposting is defined as the act of replying to old threads that have been long finished. Unnecessary replies to threads, posts, and comments that are more than 2 months old will warrant a warning.


  1. No vandalism. Examples include (but are not limited to) adding gibberish and falsehoods, removing all content by blanking the page, and adding content that is not written in the English language.
  2. No plagiarism. Although the Platinum End Wiki stores information taken from the series' manga and anime series and other derivative works, plagiarism is strictly prohibited. All contributed content must be original and given proper credits. Non-compliance of this rule will result in a warning.
  3. No edit warring. An edit war occurs when back-and-forth editing is done between two or more users because they disagree with each other’s contributions. Edit warring is not allowed across all wikis and must not be observed in this community either. When an administrator reverts an edit, do not undo it. If you wish for the admin to further clarify on the revert, please respectfully contact them on their message wall.
  4. No edit farming. More than fifteen unnecessary revisions on a single page on any of the available wiki namespaces are part of what the Platinum End Wiki considers as edit farming. If the mass revisions are not deemed necessary and, in some cases, merely part of a modus to increase a user’s edit count, a warning will be warranted.
  5. No off-topic discussions. Do not treat the wiki as a personal blog. This is a fan encyclopedia intended to deliver information inherent to the series.
    • While Platinum End was written and illustrated by the same creators of Death Note and Bakuman, the inclusion of unnecessary details that compare the three works is strictly prohibited. Do not compare characters with one another in their articles.
  6. Keep edit summaries clear and respectful. Adding edit summaries is optional but highly encouraged because they keep monitoring easier. In the event of edit wars, do not insult other contributors and/or administrators through them. Write your summaries with good faith and decorum.