What's the policy on spoilers and the tense of articles?
There are a lot of dramatic changes and turns for characters met early in the story, and some details can't be discussed without delving into spoilers.
Also, there are quite a few characters who change alliances or meet untimely demises in the course of the game. Everything pre-game is in the past, obviously, but what of events that are set into action by the player or happen during the game? Do we write a person's status as "Alive/Deceased" if, at some point, they die? Ruff1298 (talk)
- An NPC's story should be written as part of the Lore section of their page. Infobox details should in general reflect the first instance of the NPC. I personally haven't gotten far enough into the game to really deal with this. As for the spoiler aspect.... wikis by their very nature are giant spoilers. I think any utilizing a wiki realizes this. It's up to the community in general how these things should be handled and right now, there isn't that much of a community here. So, I would say, either post on the forums and see what others think, or simply pick a method. It can always be changed. --Wynthyst (talk) 15:19, 19 March 2014 (UTC)