The Manual of Style of the Star Wars Battlefront Wiki outlines the grammar, structure, and content style of all articles. This page is meant to provide the general manual of style of the wiki, though more specific manual of styles for article types are provided in the Article types section.

To keep the wiki consistent, please become familiar with these general standards and refer to them often, especially when creating new pages.

Regarding canon

Battlefront Wiki is a source dedicated to providing information relevant to the Battlefront games. Thus, strict limits are enforced regarding canon information.

Battlefront Wiki is not Wookieepedia. Readers defer to Battlefront Wiki to learn about the Battlefront games, not to learn about Star Wars lore. Excessive details about things otherwise not related to the game itself (i.e. Star Wars lore, otherwise known as Star Wars canon) will be removed in order to preserve the site's identity as a game database.

Good: Jakku is a desert planet in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II. It has two maps: Graveyard of Giants and Goazon Badlands.
Bad: Jakku is planet in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront that was home to the scavenger Rey. Approximately thirty years before The Force Awakens, Jakku was the site of a major battle between the Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire. The in-game map Graveyard of Giants takes place during this decisive battle.

Canon information is certainly allowed when it is appropriate, though most of the time it would be better in a Trivia section of an article. If there is any question regarding whether a canon mention is appropriate, ask an administrator or look at other articles of the same type.

Naming articles

The above policy extends to the article's title. In general, articles should have the name given to the subject by the latest game's interface, not the full name given in the lore. In addition, if a character is referred to in-game with a title in their name, the name of the article must also include that title. If the subject of the article is not named in-game, but was in a previous/newer game, then that name will be used. If it is not named and has no such equivalent, then and only then can the canon/Legends name be used.

If the subject of a new article in the EA series has the same name as something from the classic series, it should be suffixed with "/DICE".

If the subject of an article in the classic series shares a name with an article about the current series, it should be suffixed with "/Classic".

Article types

The following article/section is currently under construction. Content is subject to change.

At Battlefront Wiki, every game article falls into one of the following types. Please refer to the list below for more specific structure and content guidelines for these articles, though they should all be consistent with the general manual of style already discussed:

Spelling and grammar


All words, names, and locations should be correctly spelled. British English (i.e. colour, favourite) is not considered a misspelling.


Grammar is expected to be correct. Use "the player" or some form of this instead of "you." Battlefront Wiki uses the present tense to describe gameplay. For articles that reference aspects outside of gameplay, such as game updates or other real-world, time-sensitive subjects, the past tense is used.

Good: The Death Star Update was an update for DICE's Star Wars Battlefront that added the Death Star as new location.
Good: The Star Wars Battlefront Season Pass was a one-time purchase that, among other benefits, allowed players to gain access to the game's four expansion packs. In September 2017, the Season Pass was made completely free to all players.
Bad: Luke Skywalker was hero for the Rebel Alliance in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II. He had three abilities, the most powerful of which was his Force Push.



Proper nouns should be capitalized. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Names of abilities, such as Force Push, Imperial Resources, or Speed Boost. These names refer to specific abilities of units, and thus should be capitalized.
  • Names of soldiers, such as Death Trooper.
  • Names of vehicles, such as Imperial Star Destroyer.
  • Names of weapons, such as Rocket Launcher, Squad Shield, or SE-14C Blaster Pistol.
  • Names of locations, such as Kashyyyk or Cloud City.

In other words, capitalize any name that refers to a specific person, place, or thing.

The first word of headings are to be capitalized, though subsequent words do not have to be.

Referring to games

As Battlefront Wiki tries to maintain an air of authority, abbreviations (SWBFI, SWBFII, EABF, etc.) are prohibited.

Instead, when first introducing a game in an article (such as in the opening line), editors must type out the proper name of the game in italics preceded by the game company that created that game. This is to help better differentiate games between different Battlefront series.

For example, when first introducing Darth Vader as he is seen in Pandemic Studios' Star Wars: Battlefront II:

Good: Darth Vader in Pandemic Studios' Star Wars: Battlefront II...
Bad: Darth Vader in Star Wars: Battlefront II...
Bad: Darth Vader in Star Wars: Battlefront II...
Really bad: Darth Vader in SWBFII...

However, once the game has been introduced in an article (in this case, Pandemic Studios' Star Wars: Battlefront II), omitting the game company and "Star Wars" is acceptable whenever the editor would like to refer to that specific game again. Italicization is still required.

Good: In Battlefront II, Darth Vader is a high-health hero that can quickly traverse the map area with his dash attack.

Styling templates

A styling template is a template that automatically formats words or phrases. Because they make editing much easier, their use is highly encouraged.

For example, Template:Star Wars Battlefront II simplifies linking to Star Wars Battlefront II, in that instead of typing out ''[[Star Wars Battlefront II (DICE)|Star Wars Battlefront II]]'' in the source editor, simply typing {{Star Wars Battlefront II}} automatically does this, linking to the proper game and italicizing it.

Uploading and adding media

When uploading media, such as images or videos, especially those that relate to the Battlefront games, please name them accordingly so that they are easier to add to articles. Vague names such as "Battlefront II (1).png" will be deleted. Names such as "Battlefront II Yavin.png" are OK.

When adding media to an article, please only use media relevant to the games. This is very similar to the wiki's policy regarding canon. Please do not add images from other game franchises, canon media, scenes from the movies, etc. into articles.

External links

Battlefront Wiki permits external links to Wookieepedia and other sites in an External links section of an article. External links are links that lead to pages outside of the domain, such as or

External links should only be included if they provide further information regarding the subject of an article that was not already covered in the body.

External link templates are templates that help streamline linking to external links and should be used whenever possible.