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**Note: This policy is not yet 100% complete. Despite this, however, it is currently in effect to all users of this wiki. In the meantime, expect this policy to undergo multiple changes.**


These rules apply to both asking and answering questions on this wiki.

  • All questions and answers must follow the rules of standard English.
    • Be clear and concise. Please avoid overwording your question.
    • To rephrase a question, go back to the page of your question and rename it rather than ask a new question.
  • Ask and answer questions calmly and in a civil manner, no matter what you think of it or the character the question is about; rude, offensive, or inappropriate language must be avoided. Do not attack people for asking a certain question or giving a certain answer.
  • Categorize the question in the appropriate and relevant categories. Check our list of categories if you are unsure about which categories to use. Generally, these categories include any Kung Fu Panda media, characters, locations, objects, and terms directly related to the question.

Asking questions

These rules apply specifically to asking questions on this wiki. Questions that do not comply with these rules should be marked for deletion using the {{delete}} template and deleted by the administrators.

  • All questions must have obvious relevance to the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
  • Please avoid asking the following types of questions:
    • Duplicate or similarly phrased questions — Do not ask questions that have been asked and answered multiple times before. Use the wiki's global search bar, or search the FAQs and answered questions to see if your question already exists.
      • Similarly, please do not ask rephrased versions of the same basic question. E.g. "Why is _____ gone?" + "Was _____ removed?" + "When will ______ come back?" Questions like these will typically be deleted on the spot, or redirected to the page with the basic answer.
    • Questions that answer themselves — E.g. "Didn't ______ already happen?" + "Wouldn't ______ be true?" If you are asking for clarity on a certain topic, please ask on a related question's page's comments instead.
    • Questions about the future of the franchise — We unfortunately cannot predict what will happen, so we can only state what has happened in the course of the franchise.
    • Questions about why certain events didn't happen in the franchise — These are questions only the franchise creators can answer.
    • Questions that are inappropriate — Any questions that contain rude, offensive, vulgar, or otherwise inappropriate language or subjects will be deleted on sight by the administrators and may result in consequences.
    • Questions that are unanswerable or questions whose answers do not have any information to support them.

Answering questions

These rules apply specifically to answering questions on this wiki. Answers that do not comply with these rules should be marked for deletion using the {{delete}} template and deleted by the administrators.

  • Do not answer your own question. If you already know the answer, there is no point in asking. It's also discouraged to try and purposefully fill this wiki with content.
  • Do not delete another user's answer unless it is inappropriate, inaccurate or identical to the first answer given. Separate each other's answers by adding <hr />.
  • Do not answer based solely on personal opinions and speculation. Answers should generally be objective and based upon facts and information that can be proved. However, in some cases where opinion and speculation is appropriately applicable, mark the question with the {{opinion}} template.
    • When answering a question that asks for an opinion, stick as close to the canon information and proven facts as possible. Do not indulge in crack theories, fan fiction or opinions and state in the answer that it is speculative due to above reasons. Your arguments should at all times be well-formulated and based on clearly stated, provable and rational arguments.