Toontown Rewritten:Media

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Media comes in several forms: images, audio, and videos. Media is used for illustrating a subject in order for readers to understand the main focus of the context through the use of illustrative messages.

This policy outlines proper guidelines for organization and to avoid redundancy when unnecessary. A conduct is placed to ensure that content is appropriate for use on the Toontown Rewritten Wiki.


  • Under no circumstances will files, whether in speech or graphic, be inappropriate or including inappropriate content, including but not limited to: vulgarity, mature-rated content, inclusion of weapons, inclusion of illegal substances, and more. The Toontown Rewritten Wiki does not tolerate any inappropriate content, including on a personal userpage.
  • Files from an external source must not be copied and uploaded to the Toontown Rewritten Wiki for legal reasons, including but not limited to: unofficial websites, Toontown-related wikis, other wikis, etc.
    • If the need to copy from an external source is necessary, users must attribute to the original author(s) and provide a link to the source. However, the need to copy from an external source should very rarely be necessary, at most never.
  • Files from any other fan server of Toontown is not allowed. The Toontown Rewritten Wiki only allows original Toontown Rewritten content.
  • All files must be licensed, whether for fair use under United States copyright law, personal creation, etc.
    • This includes official documents, in-game images, fan-made, etc.
  • All files should be sourced properly, whether coming from Toontown Rewritten's website and social media platforms, from in-game, or from an external source.
  • All images and audio used on pages must be in their original form. It is preferable that images and audio do not come from content packs.
  • All images used on pages must not be distorted in any way, except through cropping, brightness adjustment, approved for educational purposes, or administrator exemptions.
  • All images used on pages must not contain watermarks.
  • All videos used on pages should be official Toontown Rewritten videos.

The Toontown Rewritten Wiki is not a media-storing website. All files must be in use, must pertain to subjects, and must not be redundant. All unused files will be deleted without exceptions.

To potentially avoid deletion for a file, a user must add it on their userpage or a regular Toontown Rewritten Wiki page when applicable. However, this does not always guarantee that the file will not be deleted, as files may be deleted when they are deemed obsolete.


All images should be clear, original, appropriate, and presenting the subject as much as possible.

  • Images used on a page must pertain to the subject. Absolutely no outside images, unless otherwise stated.
  • Images must have the subject be the main focus. No background focus and clutter, unless otherwise stated.
    • Background focus may be considered to be: unimportant characters or objects in the background, minor relevancy, blurry, etc.
    • Clutter may be considered to be: surrounding user interfaces, icons (such as Laff Meter), characters (such as Toons and Cogs), etc.
    • At best, users should be using images that clearly present the subject. For example, an image showing one or more Toons golfing should serve as the absolute main focus to display the golfing feature rather than using an image that just shows the Toons in the background.
  • For images that are specifically in-game screenshots:
    • Enable anti-aliasing from the Options menu for smoothness of model edges. Should there be lack of impact on performance, it is recommended that anti-aliasing is set to the highest values possible.
    • Press F3 to disable GUI and press Shift + F3 to disable name tags when necessary.
  • Images must be used for educational purposes only.
  • Images must not be redundant. All images must be in an original context of its own. If an image is already portraying a specific context, another image portraying the same context is not necessary.
    • For example: if an image showing a Cog exploding is already added, another image showing a different Cog exploding should not be added.
  • Images must come from an official source, such as Toontown Rewritten's website and social media platforms, or the game itself.
  • Absolutely no fan-made images, including alterations, speculation, artwork, and graphic designs (such as adding text).
  • PNG or JPG are the primary file types used on the Toontown Rewritten Wiki. GIF files are allowed but should be used sparingly.


A gallery is a containment of files used to display additional media relevant to the subject that otherwise cannot fit on the main body of a page. Additional media is usually added within a gallery section at the bottom of the page unless it starts to clutter, which is where a separate gallery page may then be created.

Gallery images must also adhere to the policy stated in "Images".


In gallery pages, galleries should be formatted accordingly, for organization and consistency between all galleries. The order of the sections are according to relevancy. If a section does not contain any relevant files, do not include it on the gallery page. Below are potential relevant sections that a gallery page could have.

  • In-game - appropriate screenshots taken from within the world of Toontown Rewritten
  • Toontown blog - official blog post images from Toontown Rewritten's website
  • Artwork - official variations of artwork created by the Toontown Rewritten Team's Art and/or Creative Media departments
  • Videos - official Toontown Rewritten videos
  • Miscellaneous - files that do not have its own section go here

==Toontown blog==




All gallery pages need to be added to Category:Galleries. Do not add any other categories on a gallery page, relevant or irrelevant. A regular page linked to a gallery page must also include Template:Gallery within the gallery section.


The conduct is fully in place for all audio and video files.


  • Audio used on a page must pertain to the subject.
  • Audio must be used for educational purposes only.
  • Audio must be in its original form and must not be distorted in any way.
  • Audio should be used sparingly.


  • Videos used on a page must pertain to the subject.
  • Videos must have the subject be the main focus.
  • Videos must be used for educational purposes only.
  • Videos should be used sparingly.