Template:Tone

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Purpose

Indicates that an article does not adhere to Zelda Wiki's writing style and needs to be edited for tone.

Usage

    {{Tone|type }}

  • type — Specifies the maintenance category and message. See examples.

Example

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{{Tone}}
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This section's tone or style does not reflect Zelda Wiki's encyclopedic writing style.

{{Tone|Guide}}
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This section is written like a strategy guide.

It should be rewritten in a more encyclopedic manner to conform with the standards of Zelda Wiki.

{{Tone|Informal}}
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This article or section is written in an informal tone.

It does not meet Zelda Wiki's style standards. Please rewrite it in a more formal and encyclopedic tone.

{{Tone|Past Tense}}
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This section uses the past tense incorrectly.

It should be rewritten in the present tense, in order to reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Zelda Wiki.

{{Tone|Rambling}}
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This section is too long.

It contains information that is not immediately relevant and needs to be edited for concision.

{{Tone|Story}}
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This article or section is written like a story.

It uses overly elaborate and dramatized wording or has excessive plot elements not immediately relevant to the subject.
To meet Zelda Wiki's quality standards, it must be rewritten in a more encyclopedic manner.

If necessary, please discuss this on this article's talk page.

{{Tone|You}}
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This section refers to playable characters as "you", "the player" or other variations, and needs to be corrected to refer to the specific characters.

For example: "Ganon attacks you" must be changed to "Ganon attacks Link."

{{Tone|flippityfloppityfloo}}
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This section's tone or style does not reflect Zelda Wiki's encyclopedic writing style.

The above documentation is transcluded from Template:Tone/Documentation. (edit | history)