As of August 5, 2017, users can write reviews for other users' articles!

Users can create a new page with the exact name of the article they want to review, plus "/Review" after it. For example, if you wanted to make a review for Suspicion, you would create a new page entitled "Suspicion/Review" and write a review about the original article, as well as rate it.


  • You cannot write a review for your own article that you made. That's not fair.
  • At the end of each review, the user who wrote it MUST sign their name using ~~~~, as you would on a talk page. They must also create a name for their review (using sections such as ==Chris6d's Review==, as you would on a regular article) and write their review under that section.
  • "What if someone else already made a review for an article I wanted to review", you ask? Well, you can write a new review underneath the existing one, while following the rules above. Similar to a talk page, where you leave new messages under existing ones.
  • When making the review page, you MUST add the "Reviews" category to your page, no exceptions.

Failure to follow any of these review policies will result in the deletion of your review and a block warning. Second offense will result in the termination of your review rights and possible blocks/bans. Again, as I always have to say, I'm not being mean, I'm just enforcing the policies of this fine wiki, as a fine admin should. Follow the policies above, and you'll be fine. Now get reviewin'.

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