Policy status and phases

Category policy
Copyright policy
Deletion policy
Speedy deletion
AI Policy
DNP policy
NDA policy
Editing policy
Disruptive editing policy
External links
Neutrality policy

Images policy
Naming policy
Personal articles
Stub policy
User naming
Vandalism policy
Writing policy

See also: guidelines, administrators

DNP stands for Do Not Post. Things on this list should not be posted anywhere on Sasukepedia. Some of them are specifically banned and will get you banned if you persist in posting them.

Copyrighted content

Copyrighted content (from Monster9 or another source) which is in blatant violation of fair use is not permitted to be posted. See the copyright policy for more information.

Illegal acts

Posting of info or links to any kind of illegal acts (such as how to download broadcasts) will be deleted and will result in a ban. It is suggested, therefore, that you not do so.

Unannounced content

See also: Sasukepedia:Images policy

Only articles about announced shows are permitted. Where topics center around information released by Monster9, TBS, or G4, only information pertaining to Monster9 related shows are permitted. Certain pieces of unannounced content may be exempt from this for reasons of extreme notoriety and importance, which will be up to an administrator's judgment. Note that Monster9 and Tokyo Broadcasting System have final say on what content can be shown. Content from clients which are under a non-disclosure agreement is considered to be unannounced, until the agreement is lifted.


Unsourced speculation (that is, speculation without factual sources) is not permitted in main namespace articles on the wiki, and all speculation should be kept separate from factual content within articles. This is discussed in detail in the writing policy.

Inaccuracy or opinions about announced content are best kept off-wiki (see the external links policy); unannounced content on external sites is not permitted to be linked. Information which is difficult to maintain, should be left to off-wiki sites.

Off-topic content

Do not post content that has no connection with Monster9 whatsoever. This is considered wikisquatting. Off-topic content can be deleted by any Sasukepedia contributor, and whole pages that are off-topic are candidates for speedy deletion. Persisting in posting such content may get you labeled as a vandal and/or banned.

Sasukepedia is not Wikipedia. Do not create articles to define real-world things which have little connection to Monster9. If it is necessary to provide a definition, you can use an interwiki link to connect to the likely more in-depth article on Wikipedia.

Examples of off-topic content

  • The article on American Ninja Warrior host, Allison Haislip – she has no other relation to Monster9.

Examples of tangential but on-topic content

Defamatory or false content

Articles and/or talk pages that are nothing but personal defamation not only violates the neutral-point-of-view policy, but are also illegal in many countries. Defamatory content can be deleted by any Sasukepedia contributor, and whole pages that are nothing but defamation are candidates for speedy deletion.

Note that a modicum of common sense has to be applied to this policy. While isolated cases of "I think you are being a jerk right now, because <well-formulated and objective reasons>..." as a response in a talk page is not exactly good wikiquette, it is not defamation. A whole barrage of why a person has to be an idiot is defamation.

  • When tagging a defamatory page {{speedydelete}}, you may want to remove pieces of the text pointing to specific people while the page is awaiting deletion. It is a judgment call. This goes especially for real-world contact information like phone numbers, real-world addresses, etc.
  • Please add a line below the {{speedydelete}} tag indicating that the page is strictly defamation and that is the reason why it is being deleted. Alternatively, use {{speedydelete|<reason for deletion>}}.

Attempting to mislead others by submitting content which is blatantly false and which is not subject to interpretation is also not acceptable. When in doubt, and if you can, you should cite it.

Persisting in posting either defamatory or false content may end up with you labeled as a vandal and/or banned.


Sasukepedia is a wiki for everyone. We do not tolerate discrimination based upon social status, age, sex, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, favorite competitor, obstacle, show, etc.

Non-English content

Sasukepedia is an English wiki. Its infrastructure does not support content in other languages. Doing so would entail something like what wikipedia has — different sub-domains and monitoring routines to track changes between different language versions of pages and alert translators.

Therefore, non-English content is against policy and can be tagged {{speedydelete}} when found (except for certain pages — see exceptions, below).


Pages which don't make any sense or are "non-content" may be candidates for deletion. Non-content includes empty or virtually empty pages (or stubs with absolutely no content, as discussed in the stub policy), slang terms, and forum memes if they do not reach outside the scope of one small group of people who are using it or are aware of it.

  • Slang terms and memes should be cited with multiple references from throughout the community if possible.

Other prohibitions enforced by this policy

Content which violates the Wikia Terms of Use is not acceptable on this wiki. Furthermore, the following are restricted (see Help:Prohibited content):

  • Pornography, adult or mature content
  • Violent content
  • Excessive profanity
  • Gambling or casino-related content
  • Illicit drugs and drug paraphernalia content
  • Any other content that is illegal, promotes illegal activity or infringes on the legal rights of others


  • Monster9 and it's sports entertainment related shows are of Japanese origin. As such, names of competitions, competitors, obstacles, etc - may be written in Japanese romanji.
  • One possible exception is quoted material pasted from a part of a page where the author simply would not or could not translate it. If this content is on-topic and otherwise not available on Sasukepedia, it is a candidate for translation — or removal as part of the regular editing process.
  • The template {{silly}} (nor any other template) does not prevent an article from being subject to the DNP policy.


Content which qualifies as DNP should be edited out, or if the entire page is DNP content, tagged for speedy deletion. If you cannot edit out the content, you should tag the page with {{Violation}}.

Users who persist in posting DNP content may have action taken against them per the vandalism policy.

See also

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.