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The Happy Wheels Wiki, founded on November 21st, 2010, is a wiki designed to detail everything relating to Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci, Total Jerkface, and more. Since this wiki's creation, there has been 82,635 edits across 300 articles from over 14 registered users.

Administration

There are currently sixteen administrators on the Happy Wheels Wiki. Eight of them are bureaucrats. Please note that two more admins have been on this wiki: trotterski (banned for vandalism, and globally blocked by Wikia), and Mymom234 (globally blocked by Wikia for unknown reasons).

Administrators

Administrators have their names colored pink.

Name Date Received Rights Activity
Fieryrage January 23rd, 2012 Inactive
Killer Cheese March 11th, 2012 Inactive
Pattipop March 27th, 2012 Inactive
MegaScience April 22nd, 2012 Inactive
Beerparty June 26th, 2012 Inactive
Jason Schymick June 13th, 2012 Inactive
RealgrandpaJoeWCG June 6th, 2016 Active
Nicola20 August 1st, 2017 Active

Bureaucrats

Bureaucrats have their names colored gold.

Name Date Received Rights Activity
Ubc56950 November 21st, 2010 (Founder) Inactive
MysticSG June 5th, 2011 Inactive
Wafercrisp June 8th, 2011 Inactive
Tinkles Jaegerman Administrator: November 20th, 2011 Bureaucrat: January 25th, 2012 Inactive
ImJim July 22nd, 2012 Inactive
Bertwb Administrator: January 25th, 2012. Bureaucrat: July 24th, 2013 Occasionally Active
ImMoreBoredThanYou Administrator: July 25th, 2013. Bureaucrat: February 27th, 2015. Occasionally active
Lwpeterson50 Administrator: November 26th, 2013. Bureaucrat: August 4th, 2015. Occasionally Active

Receiving your rights

For rollback rights, a user must have 90 or more edits (not mainly consisting of comments, blog posts, and/or very minor edits). To become an administrator, a person must have the trust of other administrators and over 250 edits (having the "Jason Schymick" will prove that), they must also act maturely and appropriately. One must ask a bureaucrat to become an administrator.

Please note that all Total Jerkface staff and moderators do not need to meet the following goals to be given administrator rights, as they will automatically be given them.

Also note that these rights may be removed due to inactivity.

Article Format

Certain articles and infoboxes have a specific format.

Infoboxes

Infoboxes are usually only made for featured levels and objects and tools from the level editor.

For Featured Levels

The infobox for Jim Bonacci's featured level Obstacle Course? is shown below.

{{Infobox
      Box title = Obstacle Course?
      image = File:ObstacleFail?.png
      caption = Featured Level
      Row 1 title = Creator
      Row 1 info = Jim Bonacci
      Row 2 title = Date created
      Row 2 info = May 19th, 2010
      Row 3 title = Play count
      Row 3 info = 23,000,000+
      Row 4 title = Rating
      Row 4 info = 4.27 (44,000+ votes)
      Row 5 title = Playable character
      Row 5 info = Any}}

As you can see, each row is titled specifically in that order. The play count only has the first two numbers edited. This is done to avoid excessive edits for the play count. A plus (+) is used to signify the level has more plays than listed. This also applies to ratings; the first two numbers are edited, with a "+" to show that there are more votes than listed.

For Objects/Tools in the Level Editor

The infobox for the Spike Set item found in the Level Editor is shown below.

{{Infobox
   Box title = Spike set
   image = File:Spike_Set.png
   imagewidth = 300
   caption = Level editor item
   Row 1 title = Object type
   Row 1 info = Special item
   Row 2 title = Special item category
   Row 2 info = Hazard
   Row 3 title = Available in Happy Wheels since version
   Row 3 info = 1.0}}

This infobox shown below is the Polygon tool, also found in the Level Editor.

{{Infobox
   Box title = Polygons
   image = File:Polygons.png
   imagewidth = 200
   caption = Level editor tool
   Row 1 title = Object type
   Row 1 info = Polygons (poly)
   Row 2 title = Available in Happy Wheels since version
   Row 2 info = 1.55}}

(Description to be added)

Featured Level Article Format

Articles that talk about a specific featured level have a specified format. First, the level name, its current rating (along with the number of votes), its current number of plays, and the playable character(s) are given in that order.

Then, a new section, named "Gameplay", will describe the entire level and how to complete it. This section will contain spoilers and secrets, so read at your own risk!

After the gameplay section, any honors and/or trivia that the level has will be added in their own sections. The last section of the article will be the gallery, which consists of images that show small parts of the level, eventually showing almost everything that the level contains. Again, this section will contain spoilers and secrets!

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