This section of the Style Guide has not been revised from early drafts. As a result, this information is disorganized (as you can see) and possibly not representative of current wiki policies. While you may find useful guidance here, it should not be taken as gospel nor used to settle disputes without wiki mod confirmation.
All language used on the Blaseball wiki should be inclusive. Blaseball is a splort for people of all backgrounds.
Bigotry, including but not limited to discrimination or hate speech based on race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexuality, religion, disability, age, socio-economic status, or any other attacks on one’s personhood, will not be tolerated. We write in ways that contribute to an open, welcoming, and inclusive community.
There's no bigotry in blaseball.
You may wish to include content in your work which could be harmful, or connected to sensitive, traumatic, or triggering experiences. We don’t shy away from difficult subjects, but we ask contributors to act with care when handling sensitive topics, and use content warnings to help readers make informed decisions about engaging with articles.
This project is a collaborative effort, so working with other members in the community to explore options is core to the creative experience of this Wiki. Be open to making changes to your work to ensure it remains inclusive as time goes by. Minimize harm, work in good faith, and look after each other.
Part I: Wiki Content
Part II: Wiki Contributions
Part III: Style