- “Why don't you use those skills you learned? What you type is a reflection of you.”
- ―Delaney on proper grammar
Like in most online communities, this wiki runs under a set of rules and guidelines.
- Be BOLD. If you have something that's worth mentioning here, go ahead!
- Be civil to others. We're talking about Nazis but this isn't Nazi Germany.
- Use the talk page. When in doubt, you may talk about article-space concerns in their respective discussion pages.
- Good grammar, please. Burgdorf will be proud of you if you brush up your English. Even if it isn't your native language it would be better if you take the effort of correcting it.
- Sign your posts on talk pages using ~~~~, which gets replaced by your username and timestamp when you hit Save. But don't sign on mainspace articles.
- No linking to parodies on comments, or other similar spamwhoring.
- Contributors are encouraged to register on Wikia and are logged in before contributing so that contributions can be tracked and credited properly.
Owing to the wiki being a collaborative effort, please make contributions that others are likely to participate. Writing fluff of subject that is obscure and apply only to your parodies kills the sense of sharing and collaboration, which is sad, really.
- Adding new fluff (storyline material) to a page is allowed. However, writing over someone else's fluff can be done as long as it doesn't change the context of the sentence or paragraph. Only admins can delete them outright.
- As with the rule in Wikipedia, this wiki is not an indiscriminate collection of (mis)information. Cruft like several articles detailing a large-scale fictional war or some other event may not be added to the wiki. An article or two about it may be created, provided that it is noteworthy, but spilling too much beans regarding your puny little skirmish is generally frowned upon and discouraged.
- Completely bizarre fluff that does not fit the general impression of the subject (like "Fegelein was originally born as a girl" or "Fegelein contracted herpes in 1934") is not advisable.
- Being mentioned in a parody (for example, in a Hitler Reviews Scene) doesn't qualify a subject (sportsmen, among others) to have his own page. Write in the associated series/scene page, if you really have to. For example, Felicity Merriman can be included since she does make prominent parody appearances, and is a recurring character, but fellow American Girl characters Kanani Akina or Marie-Grace Gardner can't be, since the latter two are only mentioned in passing by Hitler or a few others.
- All mentions must be backed by legit materials (e.g. If you would like to mention something Fegelein did in the Parody Universe be sure there's an actual parody about it out there.) With that said, include references into articles, either in this manner or this manner. 
- Creating your own unterganger article is allowed, but do consider if you worth yourself a place. Introductions are better done in the Downfall Parodies Forum's Introductions board.
- On the page you can give a brief bio on yourself, the list of parodies you have made, and ones you're planning to make.
- Do not make separate pages for these items (unless they're a subpage) or else they will be moved or deleted.
- Once here, it stays here. Do not blank your own Unterganger page, or any page for that matter.
- “If you think, gentleman, that you can hide information that you've spilled on a wiki, you're seriously mistaken. Every wiki in the universe has 'history pages'.”
- Creation of quote pages are now discouraged, as they have proved to be unable to graduate from the stubs category.
- When creating a new article on a subject (cats, for example), please consider if you can make the article a topical one instead (e.g. Animals in the parodies) which can cover all the other similarly-related subjects.
- Write the article as a Wikipedia article is expected to look like.
- Fanfics are restricted to subpages in your User namespace (e.g.
User:yourname/fanfic_title). Keep it all in one place, and do not spill your fanfic material onto other pages that might relate to it. See #2.
- Consult the admins before employing bots or scripts.
Don't expect everyone to do good here, that's naturally a part of maintaining a community. But don't expect us admins to tolerate such imbecilic acts. We have the big guns here, you know.
Reasons for blockingEdit
Users may be warned or blocked due to (but not limited to) the following:
- Page-blanking or content removal for no forseeable reason.
- Harassment, personal attacks or cyber-bullying.
- Creating articles that contribute nothing.
- Deliberate disregard to warnings or notices sent by administrators.
Anonymous users (IP addresses) may be blocked on first offense. Subsequent offenses by users may result in even more serious sanctions. We also reserve the right to delete all pages made by the user especially in extreme cases.
Blocked users may also ask for an appeal to have their editing privileges reinstated, provided that their reasons for requesting an unblock is in good faith and is well-justified. Enough said.