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There has been some recent controversy about what you can write in Forums. I propose the following to end such controversy.

What you can have on Forums[edit]

Forums can be made to start disscussion among the community here. For example, you can make a forum about what ones favorite SSE level is, or what their favorite game in the series is, but it must be a discussion that reaches out to a large part of the community, not just one's friends.. For example, you cannot simply make a forum to talk about what your favorite character is. Furthermore, do not make multiple topics about similar things. For example, if someone makes a topic called "your recovery tier list" do not make a topic called "Recovery tier list (SSB)". Finally, all topics must relate to Smash, whether it be Smashwiki, the character Arena, or Smash in general.

Opening post on a forum[edit]

The opening post of a forum must have content, in other words more than just one four word sentence. As stated above, it must allow disscusion, not simply be a monolouge. Also, the OP should also explain what the forum is about and how others can disscuss it.

Posting in forums[edit]

Posters in forums must contribute to the disscussion at hand, and must relate to the topic. Posts must also follow other Smash Wiki policies, such as SW:NPA.

Sir Anon the great 02:53, July 23, 2010 (UTC)