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Articles, images, categories and other pages in the His Dark Materials Wiki which have been tagged with {{delete}} will be automatically listed in Category:Candidates for deletion and will be deleted after no opposition have been given. Articles which have been previously deleted will be re-deleted if there are no significant improvements; articles which obviously do not belong on His Dark Materials Wiki (e.g. vandalism, unrelated topics, game cheats/walkthroughs) will be deleted on sight. (Note: If an article has been tagged for an exceptionally long time without consensus, an admin may or may not delete it at his or her own discretion.)

If your article has been tagged or deleted, please do not take offence—this is not meant against you. You may defend your article on the category's talk page. Never remove the {{delete}} tag before the vote is done—repeatedly doing so may result in a ban of three days minimum. If your article is deleted, please refrain from rewriting it without consensus from your fellow editors.

This logic also applies in reverse. Please do not attempt to delete articles by yourselves. Blanking articles is just as bad as removing delete tags from those unfortunate articles, and repeatedly blanking articles (not necessarily the same one) also constitutes a minor offence and may result in a three-day minimum ban. If you wish to delete an article, you may use the tags mentioned above, state your reason, and wait for a consensus.

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