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byte[]<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s09</strong> tag (for season 9 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s09e01</strong> tag (for season 9, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 9 episode 3 would be s09e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
DeliciousBlackInk<% content_for(:robots, true) %><h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s06</strong> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s05e01</strong> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> <div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s09</strong> tag (for season 9 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s09e01</strong> tag (for season 9, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 9 episode 3 would be s09e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
Arcaire<% content_for(:robots, true) %><h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s06</strong> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s05e01</strong> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s06</strong> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s05e01</strong> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
DeliciousBlackInk<h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <% content_for(:robots, true) %><h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <strong>spoiler:s06</strong> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <strong>spoiler:s05e01</strong> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <div class="walloftext"> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
DragonMaus<h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="important-block"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s06</span> <strong>spoiler:s06</strong> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s05e01</span> <strong>spoiler:s05e01</strong> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <div class="walloftext"> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
DragonMaus<h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="important-block"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s06</span> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s05e01</span> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <div class="walloftext"> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>
liamwhite1<h1>Spoiler Guidelines</h1> <div class="important-block"> <h3>The short version</h3> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming season in general, be it meta or sketches or screenshots, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s06</span> tag (for season 6 in this example). </p> <p> For spoilers relating to an upcoming episode, use the <span class="image_tag">spoiler:s05e01</span> tag (for season 5, episode 1 in this example). </p> <p>We will be making these spoilers site-wide by default (though you can unhide them in your settings), with episode spoilers being unhidden by default around a day or two after the episode airs. Seasonal spoilers will be unhidden after the first episode airs.</p> </div> <div class="walloftext"> <p>Our spoiler policy is basically to help ensure that nobody gets spoiled by content on the site. While on other sites there's often just a 'spoiler' tag we're being a little more specific with our tags to help people filter with more granularity.</p> <p>The spoiler tag names are based on convention, which is to address seasons and episode by number, preceded by s or e as appropriate. For instance, season 5 episode 3 would be s05e03.</p> <p>Seasonal spoiler tags omitting the episode number can be used for more general spoilers that can't be directly related to an episode. These will be site-wide revealed shortly after the first episode is aired. Ideally, season tags should be replaced with episode tags when possible.</p> <p>If in doubt, add spoiler tags - even marginal spoilers should be appropriately tagged.</p> </div>