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Hi. I would like to know if Wookieepedia allows modifications for non-star wars videogames? In the wikis that I've been involved in, mods are not allowed at all. So far, I have the impression that Wookieepedia allows mods that are for Star Wars games. Does that mean there can't be an article about a star wars mod for a non-star wars game? Such as Star Wars: Conquest?
-- Smeagol630 (talk) 22:53, November 25, 2013 (UTC) --
If it is not officially licensed by Lucasfilm, we don't cover it. MasterFred(Whatever) 00:31, November 26, 2013 (UTC)
So far the criteria doesn't state anything that Conquest doesn't meet. Can I create a prototype article of code for it, and then see if it meets Wookieepedia's standards? -- Smeagol630 (talk) 16:47, November 27, 2013 (UTC) --
Looking through the website, I see no evidence of official or mainstream media recognition, and it doesn't seem to come close to qualifying under fan recognition having only a little over a thousand reviews and fewer than 200,000 downloads, which is not indicative of widespread recognition across the entire Star Wars fan base that numbers in the tens, if not hundreds, of millions. So from my perspective, it does not seem to be notable. If you disagree with this assessment, it is a wiki, so there's nothing stopping you from creating the article, but you would be doing so with the knowledge that it would quickly be placed in the trash compactor for community discussion on whether it should exist. You should also be aware that the burden of proof is on you to prove that it meets the criteria, not on those wishing to delete it to prove that it does not meet the criteria. —MJ—Jedi Council Chambers 20:54, November 27, 2013 (UTC)