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Accounts that impersonate other users or famous people will be banned indefinitely.
Articles should only contain facts. Speculation should be moved to the Speculation section and contained within the GAContent template.
Do not use contractions when writing articles in the Main namespace.
For standardization's sake, use American English.
If a level has multiple outcomes, the one where the player is victorious takes precedence.
If there's a spelling conflict, follow what the latest game uses (e.g., Lynx over LINX or LYNX, per the English releases of Armored Core: For Answer).
If you have a source for your content, add it either by writing it into the text itself or using reference tags.
In the case of canonicity conflicts, the games take precedence. Differences should be noted.
In the case of naming conflicts, the older one gets precedence unless said older one is not named in-game. For example, "Firefly" is the name for both a mission and an enemy type. The mission is newer but it gets the name because the latter is named in a book rather than in-game. As stated above, in-game material takes precedence over others, so this is how it applies here.
Use present tense when writing plot details and the like. Use past tense when referring to events that take place before a game's plot; however, if the backstory of one game is the plot for another's, use present tense. For example, Anatolia's Mercenary is involved in the plots for both Armored Core 4 and its direct sequel, Armored Core: For Answer, so the only section written in past tense is the one detailing the events prior to Armored Core 4's plot.
For standardization's sake, use an em dash over a double hyphen ("—" over "--").
Italicize albums, books, games, and movies.
Use quotation marks for missions and songs.
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