Here's where you can nominate and vote on articles to be featured on the front page.

  • To nominate, simply write your nomination under the Nominees section and sign your posts. A nomination is equal to a vote, and it's one nomination per person.
  • To vote, simply sign with # ~~~~ under the nominees to symbolize your support. You can vote for as much as two nominees at a time. You can always change it at anytime, until the selection date.
  • Once a nominee is selected, we'll clear the nominees section to start a clear slate. You can nominate the same article again one month later. We call it a transition period.
  • You can give your Comments in the section below, but any claims of supporting a nominee does not count until you sign under the Nominees section. Take care!


I'm voting for something that's not a character page just to add some spice to the featured article list. I noticed that English wikipedia of all places pretty much copied one of the older versions of this page, so I suppose people liked it and have read it. It's not the greatest article by any means, but it's not a bad one. Still needs some little tweaks though... Sake neko 02:11, December 8, 2010 (UTC)
  1. GreatPanda 05:04, January 18, 2011 (UTC)
Remove voting for this feature entirely and leave the featured articles up to admin
As much as I respect the foundations of the older admins, I'm getting tired of seeing Dynasty Warriors 6 up there. I'm saying this because it's a sad fact: this voting system is dead since not too many people want to contribute and are more interested in sharing, or want to look for information about the newest Warriors game. And you know what? That is absolutely fine since people are free to do whatever they want. But I do know this for sure: the majority of the users and visitors aren't looking here -in spite of this being linked on the main page- and that's what makes it fruitless to try to make this a community effort. So yeah, let's just get rid of the voting gig since it's barely even churning nominees. Sake neko 10:23, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

I agree with Sake's notion. There is simply not enough user attention directed at the 'voting' options. It may be sad, but it's true. Many people simply use the wiki to reference stuff they've seen in youtube videos, and get a sense of stages, generals, and walkthroughs. Whopper user talk 02:06, August 12, 2011 (UTC)