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Each type of article should have a certain structure so that they can be distinguished. Just follow this guide to build up your article right.

Structure of theory pages:

  1. Create a page through using the template >here<.
  2. The heading should be a short summary on what your theory is about. (Example: "Lagombi in Summer" --> This should become when creating the page as "Theory:Lagombi in Summer".)
  3. Fill the template. Put in the icon of the monster/area/item/etc. your theory is about.
  4. In the first paragraphs it should be explained shortly on what the theory refers. This can be a short view on the current theory your theory opposes or an introduction of what the theory explains.
  5. The later paragraphs portray your theory.
  6. Put in links to the articles for readers to have a direct connection to the pages with the current theories and other theories about it.
  7. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of monster pages:

For subspecies example look >here<.

For species example look >here<.

For genus example look >here<.

For family example look >here<.

For order example look >here<.

For class example look >here<.

(Note: The missing examples will be added when they're done.)

  1. Create a page with the name of the subspecies, species, genus, order, family or class you want to add. Be aware of names being the same in Species and Subspecies. Change the respective Subspecies to "Common >name<" and not the species.
  2. Put in the right templates (subspecies, species, genus, family, order, class) and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what the subject is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categorisation page of the theories about the subject.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of area pages:

For an example see >here<.

  1. Create a page with the name of the area you want to add.
  2. Put in this template and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what this area is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categorisation page of the theories about this area.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of culture pages:

For an example see >here<.

  1. Create a page with the name of the culture you want to add.
  2. Put in this template and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what this culture is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categorisation page of the theories about this culture.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of item pages:

For an example see >here<.

(Note: The missing examples will be added when they're done.)

  1. Create a page with the name of the item you want to add.
  2. Put in this template and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what this item is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categorisation page of the theories about this item.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Stucture of mechanics pages:

For an example see >here<.

(Note: The missing examples will be added when they're done.)

  1. Create a page with the name of the type of mechanics (weapon, transportation) you want to add.
  2. Put in this template and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what this type of mechanics is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categorisation page of the theories about this item.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of element/status effect pages:

For an example see >here<.

(Note: The missing examples will be added when they're done.)

  1. Create a page with the name of the element or status effect you want to add.
  2. Put in this template and fill in the information needed.
  3. The first paragraphs should give a short summary on what this element or status effect is about.
  4. After the summary add the Subheadings like they are in the respective example exposed before this list and fill in the information. If something is a theory you want to add, mention explicitly that it is and also add the opposing theories, if there are.
  5. Put in links to other articles and the categoration page of the theories about this element or status effect.
  6. Don't forget to add the right categories you find down below.

Structure of race pages:

For an example see >here<.


Categorisation...

... of theory pages:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Theory
  2. Monster / Area / Culture / Item / Mechanics / Element/Status Effect / Other Theory
  3. ">Monster class< Theory" (Example: Wyvern Theory) (Note: Only for Monster Theories)
  4. ">Monster order< Theory" (Example: Flying Wyvern Theory) (Note: Only for Monster Theories)
  5. ">Monster species< Theory" (Example: Barioth Theory) (Note: Only for Monster Theories)
  6. ">Monster / Area / Culture / Item / Mechanics / Element/Status Effect / Other< Theory" (Add all main monsters/areas/cultures/items/weapons/elements/status effects of your theory separately) (Examples: Common Rathalos Theory; Tundra Theory; Moga Village Theory)

... of monster pages:

Subspecies:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class of the subspecies
  5. Order of the subspecies
  6. Family of the subspecies
  7. Genus of the subspecies
  8. Species of the subspecies
  9. Subspecies (if equal to Species, use title ("Common >subspecies<"))

Species:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class of the species
  5. Order of the species
  6. Family of the species
  7. Genus of the species
  8. Species

Genus:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class of the genus
  5. Order of the genus
  6. Family of the genus
  7. Genus

Family:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class of the family
  5. Order of the family
  6. Family

Order:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class of the order
  5. Order

Class:

The categories needed are in this order:

  1. Information
  2. Fauna/Flora
  3. Monster (Bugs and Fish, too), Plant or Fungi
  4. Class

... of area pages:

... of culture pages:

... of item pages:

... of mechanics pages:

... of element/status effect pages:

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