This is LEGO Minifigures Online Wiki's Manual of Style. All articles should conform to the standards listed below.


  • All articles should contain correct spelling, punctuation, capital letters and language structure.
    • LEGO should be spelled in all capitals.
    • Generally, minifigure should not be abbreviated to "minifig".
    • For all British/American spelling cases, American will be used (i.e. "color", not "colour").
  • Inappropriate language is not allowed anywhere on the wiki, any edits with inappropriate language will be undone, and editor will be warned. If inappropriate language is still used after 2 warnings, editor will be blocked for one month.
  • Tips, speculation, and opinions should not be on pages, even if they are stated as such.
  • All articles should have an appropriate infobox template, filled out and with a good image of the subject. Additional images of the subject should be included in a page gallery or in the rest of the article, if appropriate.

Remain in Third Person

It is important to remain in a third person point of view when editing. A common mistake while editing is to use phrases like the below:

I think Chicken Suit Guy is the best builder in-game.

Although this is completely valid due to the grammar rules above, notice that it is expressing the idea in first person. This can cause a great deal of confusion for the reader. Who is the "I" speaking?

In general, attempt to stick as close to third-person as possible. Try this phrase:

Chicken Suit Guy is considered to be the best builder in-game.

Character Articles

Character articles should contain:

Recommended Order of sections and section headings

  1. Lead Section (no heading): Short paragraph that describes the basic information of the character including the series where the minifigure belongs to.
  2. Biography: A biography about the minifigure. This can be found on the minifigure LEGO Website.
  3. Location: A paragraph about how it is possible to obtain this minifigure in-game.
  4. Upgrades: A upgrade tree to display the upgrades available per level for this minifigure.
  5. Achievements: A list of achievements that this minifigure can obtain.
  6. Trivia: Little bits of information that can be interesting but are of little importance (If any).
  7. Gallery: A collection of extra pictures if there are a lot of pictures for the page.
  8. See Also: A short, bulleted list of pages closely relating to the subject of the article, or pages that may help the reader understand the subject more.
  9. External Links: A short, bulleted list of external links to official sites with info or news regarding the subject of the article.

Enemy Articles

Enemy articles should contain:

  • A enemy infobox.
  • A description.
  • An image of the enemy.
  • A section for minibosses of this type.
  • A variations section (if needed).
  • A trivia or notes section (if needed).
  • A gallery for extra pictures (if needed).
  • A enemies navbox template for navigation.

World Articles

World articles should contain:

  • A world infobox with the picture that comes up in-game.
  • A description.
  • A section for quests (if any).
  • A gallery for extra pictures (if needed).
  • A trivia section (if needed).
  • The worlds navbox template.
  • A world navbox template (examples).
  • Any extra categories the world would fit in.

Uploading Pictures

  • All pictures can be uploaded under Special:Upload or Special:MultipleUpload for uploading more pictures at one time.
  • If you choose a name that has already been uploaded on a different file, verify that you want to overwrite it before doing so.
  • If you can find a high-quality picture in the PNG format, please do so rather than JPG.
  • Do NOT upload inappropriate pictures.

What pages NOT to make

  • Pages for teams/guilds.
  • Pages for players.
  • Pages for questions, these can be posted to your User Blog or posted on the Forum.
  • Pages for game files.
  • Pages for quests, quests go on one of the world pages where the quest belongs to.
  • Pages for fan-made things.