...if you fail to read this notice and adhere strictly to the rules it lists:
Got your attention? Good.
For almost as long as this wiki has been around, the Wiki Admins have had to deal with countless clan pages that were made haphazardly and with no regard to the Clan Page Rules whatsoever. This has to finally come to a stop, as it inevitably results in excessive amounts of additional work for the Admins to maintain the Wiki. In a nutshell, what this means is:
EITHER YOU READ THESE RULES BEFORE CREATING A CLAN PAGE AND FOLLOW THEM DOWN TO THE LETTER WHEN YOU CREATE YOUR CLAN PAGE, OR YOUR CLAN PAGE WILL BE DELETED BY THE ADMINS, AND YOU WILL NOT BE NOTIFIED. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
To maintain a good clan system, which only includes clans with actual survival potential and not every quickly made up group of buddies, the wiki community has to enforce a special set of rules upon all clans listed here.
Ignorance of these rules will lead to a quick deletion of your clan's presence from the Dead Frontier wiki.
To create a page for your clan here, the clan has to fulfill several requirements:
The Clan Leader has to be Level 25+ or have at least 500 forum posts at the Dead Frontier forums.
The Clan Thread's original post has to include important information about your clan. Examples of which are; a description of the clan, a background story, a complete member list, a ranking system and detailed information on the requirements for joining.
Aside from these requirements, which are basically excerpts of Dead Frontier's main clan rules, there are a few more which apply purely to the wiki clan system:
A proper clan thread must exist on Dead Frontier's Clan Discussions forum, which stays actively used as the main headquarter of your clan.
The clan article must include full details of the clan, such as the description, background story, etc. For this purpose, you may copy content directly from the original post of the clan thread.
The clan page has to include a direct link to the thread in the Clan Discussions forum. This means a link to an active, working forum thread. Clans with dead/broken/non-working forum links on their clan page will be notified and given a 2-week grace period to fix or replace their forum link, and then their page will be deleted..
Clans need to have both a clan page and a link to it on the clan list.
You may have only 1 page for your clan, large clan alliances are allowed to have their own pages if wished.
All Clan pages must be entitled with the full name of the clan. Acronym pages used as redirections to the main clan page are allowed, although a page with an acronym as the article's name cannot be the main clan page. Every clan may have a maximum of 2 acronym redirection pages.
The Wiki Staff prepared a simple template which every clan has to use so visitors can easily see the most important aspects of each clan without having to read through the entire page.
All Clans are fully responsible for their own clan pages. If any problems occur or your clan gets disbanded, leave a message on the talk page of one of the Wiki Administators.
Any clans found vandalizing the wiki will be permanently deleted after checking the offending edits.
Clans which have not complied with the rules till 1 week after creation of a clan page will be marked and later deleted.
Clans which remain inactive for 1 month or more at their Clan Discussion thread will be considered dead and either deleted or archived for history purposes. (Depending on the previous popularity, reputation and importance of the clan)
THOSE ARE THE RULES FOR CREATING A CLAN PAGE. MAKE SURE YOUR CLAN PAGE OBEYS THEM ALL, AND YOU'RE GOOD TO GO. IGNORE THEM, AND YOUR CLAN PAGE WILL LIKELY BE GONE THE NEXT TIME YOU COME ON THE WIKI LOOKING FOR IT.
If you have read the rules thoroughly, then you may go ahead and click the link below to begin creating your clan page: