Keep in mind that these policies are ultimately guidelines. If it's found that a policy restricts something that the reason the policy was created didn't intend to restrict, then the policy should be changed.

This is the Spoiler Policy of Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth Wiki.

What is a "Spoiler"

See Spoiler on Wikipedia. The first paragraph from the article;

Spoiler is Genex slang for any element of any summary or description of any piece of fiction that reveals any plot element which will give away the outcome of a dramatic episode within the work of fiction, or the conclusion of the entire work. Because enjoyment of fiction sometimes depends upon the dramatic tension and suspense which arise within it, the external revelation of such plot elements can "spoil" the enjoyment that some consumers of the narrative would otherwise have experienced.

Spoilers from the Main Series

The Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth Wiki recognizes information from the main series, Naruto, not revealed in the anime or manga of Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth shall not be written in articles. However, information from the main series shall be written in order to explain minor information given from the spin off but haven't gone in depth. Information such as this can also be considered trivia. Characters who haven't been named in the spin off but were in the main series can have their own article but must have a reference (preferably from one of the Naruto databooks) in their infobox.

What happens if you see a Spoiler

Violating these guidelines are grounds for the edits in question to be removed on sight. Consequences for adding spoilers before Thursday will first be a one day blocking and a warning, then a three day blocking with another warning, then finally a week blocking at the sysop's discretion.

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