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This page documents the Official Policy of the GTA Wiki.
It concerns standards that all users should follow.

The following is a list of Rules & Policies applied on the GTA Wiki.

All users, regardless of status and position, are expected to follow them. None of these policies are ever set in stone, however. Anyone who disagrees with a policy is welcome to suggest changes on the policy talk page, an admin's talk page or on the Community Noticeboard. Bureaucrats and Administrators may issue blocks in the case of violation of these Policies. If you're unsure and you have any questions regarding any policy, then please contact a Staff member, as we do our best to help editors.

  • The GTA Wiki:
    • Has certain steps on what to do during a dispute.
    • Is not censored. Profanity in articles should be done only in an encyclopedic manner.

GTA Wiki Policies

All users are encouraged to show their appreciation towards other editors.

Assume that the other editors on the Wiki mean well.

Staff members must ensure to follow blocking protocol and only block users in the right circumstances.

Staff members at GTA Wiki do not have either Checkuser or Oversight rights.

Be civil in your dealings with others. No personal attacks, unnecessarily abusive language, patronizing behavior, baiting, etc.

Wholesale copying of content to or from Grand Theft Wiki is not acceptable.

Handle disagreements in a fair and constructive manner.

Abuse of "undo" or "rollback" tools is not acceptable.

Fan-fiction is not allowed outside of User Sandboxes.




Content containing information or imagery obtained through illegal means may not be posted.

Articles should follow a dedicated style to ensure standardisation.

Documentation of otherwise insignificant modifications is not permitted.

Abuse of alternative accounts to avoid blocks or warnings is not tolerated.

Unsourced mythical content is not permitted on the GTA Wiki.

Vandals and spammers should not have monuments to their "success".

Staff members must ensure their contributions are to a high standard.

The GTA Wiki is a public domain, and no editor owns anything. If you post anything here, expect it to be edited mercilessly.

New or slightly inexperienced Staff members may be given a three month probation to determine whether or not they can hold the position.

Information should be properly cited where necessary.

Discussions in Forum spaces, Talk pages and in the Discussions area should be civilized and tidy.

Users must be at least 13 (16 in the EEA, excluding the UK) years old or over to have an account and use Fandom.

Usernames must not be deliberately offensive, misleading or otherwise problematic.

Edits intended to harass others, or degrade an article's quality, are not tolerated.

The rules are subjective and are not verbatim.

Staff members may warn users if they are not following the Policy.
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