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For these epochs, there are many series that try to tell a story. Whether for TV (anime, cartoon or movies) or in paper format (manga, comics and literary works).

In some of these series, because of freedom in fantasy, there could be some time when the subject of the giantesses is touched.

Those moments are worth saving, but you must also follow some criteria for deserving an article and how to name them.

There is freedom to make an article, but preferable that each article dealing with an artist must follow the following structure (you can omit each part if there is no information about it):

  1. The template "episode" on the article's top (obligatory)
  2. Brief information of the series or work of origin (obligatory)
  3. Summary or synopsis of the episode (obligatory)
  4. Additional information (optional)
  5. Gallery (obligatory)
  6. Trivia (optional)
  7. Source (optional)

The template "episode" on the article's top (obligatory)

  • Write: {{episode}}
  • A table with empty data parameters will be created, which you must fill out.
  • To fill them comfortably, save the article and reopen it directly with the edit button. Click on the box and fill in the data.

Let's look at the case of each parameter:

  • Name: The name of the episode is recommended in its original language.
  • Image: file_name.jpg (*.png or *.gif). Cover pages are recommended (see Danny Phantom's example).
  • Insert image description here: It may be a brief description of the image above or the same episode.
  • Episode Name: The names it has had (both in the original language and in his translation into Armerican English, United Kingdom or Australia).
  • Serie: Name of the series (preferably the original name).
  • Country: Use country templates, you can find them here.
  • Serie type: Use "type of work or serie" templates, you can find them here.
  • ¿Who is/are the giantess?: What is described in this infobox.
  • Is it in English language?: What is described in this infobox.

Brief information of the series or work of origin (obligatory)

A summary of what the series is about. If you have difficulties, you can consult Wikipedia.

Summary or synopsis of the episode (indicate whether there are spoilers or not)

Explain and tell what the episode is about. Extend yourself as much as you can and be explicit.

If there are going to be spoilers, at least notice it.

Additional Information

And why is this episode interesting about the issue of sizes?

Gallery

  • NOTE: This section is very important and is one of the reasons why this wiki is famous (let's say you know us by the "high quality galleries", and that honor we want to keep).
  • To know how to make a "quality gallery", read this sub-article: Episode (required quality)/Gallery.

Trivia (optional)

Everything that attracts attention, what is interesting and worth highlighting, or what is implicit in its data.

Source (optional)

If some information you have taken from other side, you have to give your sources.

In general, specialized wikis in a particular series have interesting information about each episode. In this case, the episode that we are mentioning comes from the series Danny Phantom, and in its respective wiki there is information on this episode in this respect: http://dannyphantom.wikia.com/wiki/Girls'_Night_Out



Criteria for an episode deserves an article

Next, we'll see what happens if an episode does not deserve an article:

In case an episode does not deserve an article

You can have 2 cases:

Case 1: If another episode of the same series itself had its article

Then in that article you have to add a section called "Extra: " followed by the name of the related episode. For example:

Case 2: If there is no other episode of the same series that did have its article

Then it will have to be added to the "extra" list, that is, it is a list where GTS scenes are accumulated whose duration has been very short. Next, it will explain what the "extra" lists are:

What are "extra" lists?

When an episode does not deserve an article due to the very short duration of its GTS scene due to the conditions previously given, the scenes are accumulated in a separate list, depending on the type of work:

To read the rules of the "extra" lists, go to Template:Extra.

How to name an episode article?

Usually the commercial series are separated by seasons, so the following rules will be considered:

  • To episode number "EP" will be zeros to the left according to the total of episode that the series has, so that the amount of digits coincide.
    • For example, if we treat the episode 5 of a series that has 9 or fewer episodes, it will be written EP5; if it has between 10 and 99 episodes, it will be written EP05; if it has between 100 and 999 episodes, it will be written EP005; if it has between 1000 and 9999 episodes, it will be written EP0005.
    • For example, if we treat the episode 22 of a series that has 99 or fewer episodes, it will be written EP22; if it has between 100 and 999 episodes, it will be written EP022; if it has between 1000 and 9999 episodes, it will be written EP0022.
    • The same applies for the seasons (SE).
  • If there is only one season: "Serie's name" - "EP??". For example:
  • If there is more than one season: "Serie's name" - "SE??-EP??". For example:
  • Dexter's Laboratory - SE1-EP06c
  • Dexter's Laboratory - SE1-EP09a
  • If there are several consecutive episodes (one season): "Serie's name" - "EP??-EP??". Write the number of the initial episode, then the end. For example:
  • If there are several consecutive episodes (more than one season): "Serie's name" - "SE??-EP??-EP??". For example:

Models of articles on episodes

Not all articles about episodes follow exactly this pattern, but at least to make articles that have enough information, such as the following:

NOTE: If you need help editing an article or how to decorate it, get the codes from the test article.