These are the Jujutsu Kaisen Wiki: Policies and Guidelines for all editors to follow.
See this page for frequently asked questions.

Manual of Style

Perspective: Articles should be written with In-Universe wording. With the exception of the Trivia section, phrases like "in Chapter 23" or "in the Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc" should be kept out of sentences.

Writing Style: This is an English language wiki and all edits are expected to be published using North American English with the exception of Japanese content such as techniques or something similar which are determined through the context of the series.

  • Viz manga translations are considered the official terms for this wiki. All jujutsu-related abilities, character names, chapters, etc are to go by Viz translations.
    • Evidenced mistranslations can be changed so long as the Viz translations are also mentioned on the page.(i.e. The Tokyo Jujutsu High article)
  • Avoid the use of obscenities, slang terms, and euphemisms in articles. They can be used only in the context of quotes from characters.
  • Keep the tenses of articles/sections consistent.
    • History sections of character articles should be written in past tense. All other sections of an article, including chapter summaries, should be written in present tense.
    • If the content of a section of a chapter or episode is a flashback to a previous story point or the article of a deceased character, it should also be written in past tense.

Layout Guides: There are pre-established templates users can copy and paste on to new articles for the proper layout. (Under Construction)

{{Character Page}}
{{Chapter Page}}
{{Episode Page}} 
{{Technique Page}}
{{Story Arc Page}}
{{Battle Page}} 

Image Policy

Image Usage: Images are used on this wiki to illustrate articles and depict what often is hard to describe in words. To keep the wiki healthy, avoid questions of "misuse" of the wiki, and to generally avoid sensitive image arguments we have certain guidelines and rules that should be noted.
  • Unacceptable images can be considered vandalism, just as text can be considered if it is spam, offensive, or intentionally written wrong information.
  • Keep in mind that unsuitable or unused images can be deleted at any point without warning by an administrator.

Acceptable Images: All manga images uploaded by users should be from the RAW Japanese scans. Images from fan scanlated sites are unacceptable. Images from those sites are redrawn, inaccurately shaded, and translated by fans. The Japanese versions are the best quality and directly from the source. All anime screenshots should be 1920 x 1080 resolution. All images regardless of anime or manga must be .png or .gif (for animated gifs only).

  • Single panels or pages from the manga
  • In the case of the manga, images should be uploaded with no text in speech bubbles. If there is text outside of a speech bubble that would need to be redrawn, the raw (Japanese) version must be used.
    • Only the text outside of a speech bubble in a raw version doesn't need to be erased. The text inside a speech bubble must still be erased. 
  • In the case of the anime, images should not have subtitles, watermarks, or editor credits.

Animated Gifs: GIF format should only be used in the case of an animated image from the anime. Static images, such as a panel from the manga or a screenshot from the anime should be uploaded in .png format.

  • GIF format should only be used for a scene that can't be captured in a single panel or page. In most cases, this includes battles or techniques.
  • GIF format images should not take up most of an article page.
  • We recommend a maximum limit of three GIF format images per article, in order to avoid frequent slowdowns.
  • All GIFs should be 320 x 180 pixels.
  • It is very easy for a wiki to be overwhelmed with sloppy and unnecessary gifs that become a hindrance. Generally, only members of the administration team should make animated GIFs for the wiki. If you're a regular editor interested in doing so, please reach out to the administration first.

Unacceptable Images: Any images that do not follow the wiki policies stated above are considered unacceptable and can be deleted at any time. Additionally, there are a few more conditions that can make an image unacceptable.

  • Collages.
  • Fanart of any form.
  • Images with any kind of English scanlated text
  • Images completely unrelated to Jujutsu Kaisen.
  • Files in any other format other than .png or .gif
  • Images with watermarks. (The exception is if it has Weekly Shonen Jump as a watermark.)
  • Images with potential spoilers until the official episode or chapter is released. (Please see Spoiler Policy).
  • Images for your profile should not be uploaded to the wiki. Please upload them to another image-sharing site and import them here.
  • Porn, nudity, and any other kind of image that shows explicit scenes, even if it's from an official source, according to Fandom's Terms of Use.

Image Vandalism: Images purposely uploaded to vandalize the wiki is punishable via the blocking policy.

  • Uploading Fan-art or anything not related to Jujutsu Kaisen.
  • Uploading .jpg images.
  • Uploading fan scanlated images with English text.
  • Image Warring (Constantly changing the image of a page).
  • Duplicate images.
  • Collages or pictures together.
  • Porn or Hentai images.
  • Fake or spoiler images.
  • Uploading images and not using them, categorizing them, or licensing them.

Image Naming: The image name must describe what is going in the image. (Ex: File:Yuji exorcised a curse.png)

  • No random string of letters, words, or numbers.
  • Always put spaces between words.

Replacing Files: Any image on a page can be replaced by uploading a new image with the same name. Editors do not need permission or explanation to replace an image on a place. However, what you consider a better image may not be considered a better image by other editors. Please also take note that replacing an image from the manga with its counterpart is acceptable, however, you should not replace a manga image with another manga image of lower quality. Likewise, do not replace an anime image with another anime image of lower quality. If a protected image is in need of replacement, ask if it should be replaced on the talk page.

Image Wars: This is when editors are constantly changing images on a page from one version to another. In the event of constant reverting between two revisions of the same image, the most useful or related image to its intended use will be chosen, or in the event of neither image being of satisfaction, both images may be rejected for another image. If you feel the other editors are making a bad choice, there is a choice to argue the point of the image, backing it up with support from the guidelines listed on this page. If the issue gets out of hand, one of the administrators will protect the page.

Image Tagging: Any user is welcome to add the categories such as "Unsued Images" or "Poor Filename" to images to get an administrator's attention on an image that violates the policies outlined above.

Spoiler Policy

Spoilers: Any piece of information that may potentially reveal plot elements that some people may wish to remain revealed so that they may enjoy the source material to its fullest extent, without having any previous knowledge of the outcome. For example, the death of a major character, new powers or an unexpected plot twist.
  • We will record all information regarding the series, Jujutsu Kaisen, including the progress of events and its results. Please only read if you do not mind the spoilers.
  • Be aware that by adding spoiler information that goes against the policies stated below, you're under risk of having your edits or articles suffer a rollback.

Discussions: Unofficial translations of the latest chapters are not allowed to be discussed outside of the editing scene on the wiki in areas such as Discussions. Sharing links to unofficial sources either via URL or even just sharing the name of the site or the name of the scan group is also prohibited.

'Manga Spoiler Policy:Until the chapter is released by VIZ or MANGA Plus, that chapter's information is considered to be a spoiler and it is forbidden to add any information from it (including the chapter's title), and the edits should be reverted on sight. The information, as insignificant it might seem, might ruin the fun of reading a recently released chapter for some in addition to the probability that the translation of the title being accurate when compared to the official releases.

  • Furthermore, until the chapter is released on VIZ Media or MANGA Plus, terminology and titles used in fan translations (scanlations) are not to be used on the wiki. This includes the creation of articles for newly released techniques, characters, etc. Articles relevant to a recent chapter should not be updated either in cases such as character synopses. This is because the information provided by unofficial translations is not always accurate to the official VIZ or MANGA Plus translations, which this wiki follows, and it saves editors the additional effort of having to remove unofficial terms from articles to follow the official translation when it is released.

Recent Chapter Release: Chapter articles with the bare bones will be created before the unofficial translations come out (usually Friday), but they will be locked immediately with a Template notifying readers and will remain that way until the official translation comes out on the following Sunday.

  • After the release, you are free to add the sure information on the pages of the wiki to some extent. Adding images to relevant articles will be allowed once the RAWS come out the following day. We consider that this is clear that the wiki gives information about the latest releases and that the person who will read that article knows that there will be content they might not know.
  • VIZ Media usually gives an accurate estimate as to what hour the chapter will be out on Sundays. If the article is still locked when the official release is out, notify an administrator or content moderator to unlock the page.

Blocking Policy

Blocking: Jujutsu Kaisen primarily follows the assumption of good faith, so users won't get in trouble for minor, isolated mistakes and infractions. An Admin or content moderator is always encouraged to inform a user about what they did wrong and explain why without issuing an official warning. However, if users persistently fail to follow the rules and policies of the wiki, an official warning will be issued, instructing them to stop their inappropriate behavior. If said users continue to violate the wiki's policies, blocks of increasingly lengthy durations are used in place of more warnings. This is just a general guideline though, and Admins may choose to use longer or shorter blocks at any time depending on the circumstances.

  • Blocks will be extended if additional offenses are discovered after the user has been punished. At the same time, blocks may be shortened or even removed in case of accidents, misunderstandings or if the user is proven to be innocent or unfairly judged.
  • Certain offenses are considered more serious than others and may result in direct blocks, with no prior warning. This includes purposely vandalizing the wiki. No warning will be given, the user will automatically be blocked for blatant vandalism.

Editing Vandalsim: Vandalism related to editing articles. For more information about the wiki's editing guidelines in the manual of style section.

  • Adding false or unconfirmed information to articles (This includes incorrect references, categories, etc.)
  • Adding your personal opinions to articles (Avoid using highly subjective expressions like "beautiful" or "hot" when describing anything. If that comes from an official source like another character or the author, make sure to point it out)
  • Adding nonsensical gibberish to articles
  • Edit warring with another user is considered a major offense. It is extremely counterproductive, creates tension between users, and leaves articles in states of uncertainty.
    • In the case of two users disagreeing, an administrator should be contacted to settle the dispute.
    • Do not engage in an edit war with an admin. If you undo an admin's edit after they've already undone yours, you will be blocked without warning to prevent an edit war. If you disagree with an admin's choice, please contact them and open a proper and civil discussion so the dispute can be settled.
  • Removing content from a page for no good reason
  • Erasing or messing up all or most of the contents from a page (Major offense)
  • Creating pages that don't meet the minimal amount of content to justify it (An infobox, an opening sentence and the appropriate article sections, at least. See our Manual of Style)
  • Not following the proper layout for each type of article (See our Manual of Style)
  • Adding content in languages that are not English or Japanese (the latter is used only to describe how article subjects and terms are represented in their original form)
  • Adding obscenities, slang terms, and euphemisms in articles, unless it's in context with an element from the work.

Trolling': Deliberate attempts to stir up a community by sowing discord and/or provoking users to respond back, usually through inflammatory comments. Trolling might sound similar to vandalism, but the key difference here is that while vandalism hurts the experience between users and the wiki by targetting the latter, trolling usually targets the users themselves. Anything that can be used to personally annoy other users may count as trolling or harrassment to an extent. Practices that may be considered forms of trolling include:

  • Posting offensive messages to other users. This includes racism, sexism, homophobia, or any form of hate speech.
  • Being disrespectful in general (This includes using excessive explicit language, acting with hostility, and insulting others)
  • Harassing other users. (This includes stalking, bullying, bashing, constantly messaging after being asked to stop, etc)
  • Threatening other users. (Major offense)
  • Inflammatory comments (Ex: "THIS MANGA S*CKS!!!". You're welcome to criticize any aspect of Jujutsu Kaisen or even another completely unrelated work, but never in a hyperbolic, dismissive manner).
  • Starting political or religious arguments (The wiki has nothing personal against politics or religion, but those are a surefire way to start an unnecessary flame war. This is not the place for that).

Inappropriate Usernames: The kinds of usernames that we do not tolerate in the wiki:

  • Inflammatory (Contains an offensive message)
  • Erotic (Contains lewd, NSFW content)
  • Profane (Contains very foul language)
  • Overly lengthy (Contains an obnoxious amount of characters. Try to keep it below 30 characters)
  • Spammish (Contains confusing or gibberish elements common to spam posts. Ex: "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa" or "heafbviqehlbceqilcxqgeuo")
  • Used for impersonation or mockery of another user (If the username is a clear attempt to emulate another)

Sockpuppetry: A user who has created another account to cause a problem on a community. This may be to:

  • Avoid a block or ban
  • Post vandalism
  • Harass another user
  • Instigate conflict
  • Create illusions of support
  • Deceive and/or confuse other users


Sock Puppetry is a major offense in the wiki, as it not only breaches community trust, but does so in a likely dishonest, ill-intentioned manner. Extra accounts (sockpuppets) should be blocked indefinitely and their talk pages should be deleted.

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