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On a wiki, trivial information is usually something that can or have been proven. Stuff like locations or animals and the such being names for places and vehicles can be placed in trivia since it's the origin and the like for example. Having trivia with "most likely" or "probably" is just guessing or head-cannon thought on what is "your" own truth but is really far from it.
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On a wiki to catalog canon material, trivial information is usually something that can or have been proven. Stuff like locations or animals and the such being names for places and vehicles can be placed in trivia since it's the origin and the like for example. Having trivia with "most likely" or "probably" is just guessing or head-cannon thought on what is "your" own truth but is really far from it.
   
 
There is also some handy links in the automated "Welcome to the Wiki" message. There would be a good start in learning format, sourcing, and the likes.
 
There is also some handy links in the automated "Welcome to the Wiki" message. There would be a good start in learning format, sourcing, and the likes.

Latest revision as of 17:32, April 6, 2020

On a wiki to catalog canon material, trivial information is usually something that can or have been proven. Stuff like locations or animals and the such being names for places and vehicles can be placed in trivia since it's the origin and the like for example. Having trivia with "most likely" or "probably" is just guessing or head-cannon thought on what is "your" own truth but is really far from it.

There is also some handy links in the automated "Welcome to the Wiki" message. There would be a good start in learning format, sourcing, and the likes.

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