General Policies


Warnings from administrators and rollbacks are not to be removed.

Gotham Wiki has a set of policies and guidelines which are expected to be followed. If a user does not follow these policies, they will be given a series of three warnings. After which, if they're violated again, said user will be blocked for a period of time, depending on the violation.

Vandalism and Trolling will result in a permanent ban.


Badge hoarding is forbidden. Badge hoarding is when a user makes nonconstructive edits in order to receive a specific badge. Any user who does so will be blocked for a period of time.


Do not add any categories that are redundant. If it isn't made yet, it likely isn't needed, or wanted.

Replacing content

Unless content is terribly written, do NOT replace someone else's hard work, such as biographies. Other users took some time out of their lives to write their bio, it is completely unfair to remove their work just because you want to see your content up.


Speculation is only allowed in blogs and forums. You can add very little speculation in the trivia/ notes sections of articles as long as you use the words "seemingly" or "supposedly". Do not however place any speculation in the main sections of the articles.


Alternate/ Sockpuppet accounts are completely forbidden as long as you give the administrator a good reason (ie. You forgot your password and lost the email linked to it). If you are caught with an alt, you will be banned for an unspecified amount of time, if you are caught using one for ban evasion - we will extend your ban or even make it permanent.

Edit Wars

If you see an edit war, report it immediately so it can be dealt with. Please try to negotiate instead of breaking the rules and ending up with a ban.

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