A spoiler is a piece of information that, when released too early, might "spoil" someone's enjoyment of said thing in question. For example, information about who-done-it spoils a mystery; information about who-ends-up-with-whom could spoil a romantic story; or who wins the battle and who dies could spoil an epic about a war between good and evil. Anything about plot twists or surprises could be a spoiler. However, this isn't always the case. Spoilers can also be considered as small pieces of information released by the network to increase excitement amongst the viewers.
The primary goal is to publish up to date content and information for all things related to The Witcher as soon as possible. Information that possibly presents what will happen in future episodes of the series that is found online by a reliable source will be publishable on the wiki in an an article that the contributors of this wiki see fit. However, we will not publish information taken from an episode which has not yet aired on Netflix in the United States. Leaked information will not be published on this site until it's official confirmation or airing on television.
Appropriate spoilers can be posted in articles, blogs, talk pages, comments etc. However, if spoilers from a leaked episode are posted, an Administrators should be notified in order to remove it.
Our spoiler policy
On The Witcher Wiki, spoilers are allowed after the airing of an episode. Before an episode airs, character pages for future characters are allowed, so long as a sufficient amount of information on said character can be provided. Things revealed in episode promos aren't to be added to the articles, until said episode actually airs, as promos can often be misleading.
At the The Witcher Wiki, spoilers consists of the following listed down below:
- Promotional pictures
- Teasers, trailers and sneak peeks
- Interviews with writers, producers, or show runners.
- News released from reliable sources such as Netflix, SpoilerTV, Deadline, TVLine etc.
- Showfax casting.