A vast majority of the pages on the wiki have trivia sections. This guide will help you add the best trivia and will lay out the do's and don'ts of trivia sections.
- Do remember that the "Trivia" section should be the last section of the page, and it should appear directly above the chart area if there is one.
- Do add interesting and little-known facts and knowledge.
- Do add trivia that is true, and verifiably so. No conjecture or rumor ('It is said that...').
- Do be careful when adding trivia about real life. Be considerate and tolerant of others when mentioning real-life conflict. Keep it appropriate and on-topic.
- Do read the "Good Types of Trivia and Examples" section of this guide to see examples of good trivia.
- Do not add info that belongs in other sections of the page to the trivia section.
- Do not repeat info that is already found elsewhere on the page.
- Do not add trivia that would be obvious to anyone who has played the game for at least a reasonable period of time (about a day or two).
- Do not mention the update that something was added in.
- Do not add trivia about minor things in the game like font size.
- Do not add trivia about the User Interface. Nothing about the UI is uncommon knowledge.
- Do not add trivia that sounds unsure ('It seems that...').
- Do not add trivia about future updates. Wait until the update is released.
- Do not remove trivia unless you are sure it is incorrect. If you are unsure, leave it.
Good Types of Trivia and Examples
Contradicting the Logical Assumptions
Statistics that are Better Than or Worse Than those of Anything Else
Game Mechanic Irony
Not-so-Great Trivia Types and Examples
Too Many Exceptions
Comparison to Other Games
Mentioning the Date that Something was Released In or Mentioning Info that is No Longer True