World War Series Wiki

Here you can add a summary/short info about the character. Then, insert a portrait of the character right after the last sentence of a character summary. Standard size is 250px (or 275px) thumbnail and the alignment is to the right. However, if the image turns far too large with this size, you can use 225px instead.


  • Name: Character's entire name, as well as their common names/aliases/epithets
  • Origin: The name of the fiction series which the character is from
  • Gender: Male, female or genderless
  • Age: Character's age
  • Birthday: Character's birthday by day and month (optional)
  • Classification: Character's class/race etc.
  • Blood Type: Character's blood type (i.e. A, B, AB or O) (For humanoid characters and animals only)
  • Height: Character's height
  • Weight: Character's weight
  • Skin Color: Character's skin (or color scheme for robot characters) color
  • Eye Color: Character's eye color
  • Hair Color: Character's hair (or fur for animal characters) color
  • Relatives: Character's relation to other family members such as parents, siblings, significant others, etc.
  • Alignment: Good, evil or neutral
  • Status: Active, Deceased, Inactive or Unknown
  • Class: The character's rank that is proof of their power (in bold; after a period (.), add another for characters who have transformation stages/timelines in bold and put a period after that).
  • Powers and Abilities: A list of the character's main powers and abilities (i.e. Superhuman Powers, Magic, Cosmo, Devil Fruit, Haki, Meister, Innocence and other core skills)
  • Standard Equipment: Things the character usually uses, or carries with him
  • Weaknesses: Some of the character's main disadvantages. If some weaknesses are overcome as the respective story progresses, put (formerly) or explain.
  • Notable Attacks/Techniques: A list of some techniques or special moves the character generally uses
  • Voice Actor: The person voicing the character in Western Animation, Anime (Japanese and English), Audiobooks and Video Games. Recommended Japanese Voice Actors if doing Anime first.

Power Ranking

  • Attack Potency: The character's attack power or destructive capacity (in bold; add any explanations using brackets, not in bold).
  • Speed: It is generally "Combat Speed" (in bold; add reaction, attack, movement or flight speed depending on character, in bold).
  • Lifting Strength: The weight the character can lift/move, usually expressed in tons. However it is optional since lifting strength generally doesn't matter in most fights (in bold).
  • Striking Strength: The attack power of the character's physical attacks/blows (in bold).
  • Durability: The amount of attack power the character can withstand before being overwhelmed (in bold).
  • Stamina: The strength of a character's physical condition (in bold; add any explanations using brackets, not in bold).
  • Range: The distance the character's attacks/abilities can cover (in bold).
  • Intelligence: The knowledge, IQ (Intelligence Quotient), tactical prowess and fighting proficiency (unarmed and/or armed) of a character (in bold; add any explanations using brackets, not in bold).
  • Key: For characters who have transformation stages/power-ups or who become stronger through certain points of the story, insert those transformations/power-ups/timelines here in bold.


The character's physical appearance (including facial expressions and unique traits) and what clothing they wear.


The character's personality and what defines them.

Has to be two to three or four to five (six at max) paragraphs, with three to eight or nine (ten at max) sentences.

For alternate personalities, use HEADING 3 to separate, then use the same style in paragraphs and sentences.


The role a character plays in the series, including their early background. For existing characters, use ideas from wikis about a character's history and put them in your own words. Then put the story plot based on each character's perspective in your own words once again by early life, number of story arcs a character is presented in, and add movies and OVAs in between.

Main Skills and Equipment

The character's primary capabilities involving one's specific powers (depending on real world or fiction series; including some of their notable techniques with an explanation of each one), combat skills (unarmed, armed, etc.), frequent physical abilities (strength, speed, reflexes, agility, stamina/endurance, durability and/or senses), intelligence (level of intellect, with inserted bullet lists of different areas of intellect), other real world talents that are unique to different characters, and core equipment/items/weaponry (with special traits).

Former Skills and Equipment

Any superpowers or items/weapons that originally belonged to a character before being destroyed, missing, etc.


The character's interactions with specific characters, that has made a huge impact on them. At least three or four to nine or ten sentences (periods at the end of each sentence) with comas, apostrophes, brackets, colons, semicolons, dashes (optional), and quotation marks.


Put battles each character had against another alone, or with one or more people by their side. In colons, put WIN, LOSE, DRAW, NO OUTCOME, or INTERRUPTED.


Some of the character's most important quotations.


For character profiles, always insert the category "Characters", as well as one with the name of the related franchise here.

Other Standard Formats

Chapter Format

Weapon Profiles

Location Profiles

Race Profiles