Pirates of the Caribbean Wiki


Pirates of the Caribbean Wiki
Pirates of the Caribbean Wiki

A spoiler is any piece of information about a narrative work (such as a book, feature film, etc) that reveals plot events or twists, and thus may "spoil" the experience for any who learns details of the plot in this way rather than in the work itself. This wiki contains spoilers for a wide variety of Pirates of the Caribbean material, particularly the content on the film franchise.

Articles on the Internet sometimes feature a "spoiler warning" to alert readers to spoilers in the text, which they may then choose to avoid reading. Some articles include the content disclaimer and section headings (such as "Plot" or "Ending") which imply the presence of spoilers.

It is not acceptable to delete information from an article because you think it spoils the plot. Such concerns must not interfere with neutral point of view, encyclopedic tone, completeness, or any other element of article quality (for example, the lead section). When including spoilers, editors should make sure that an encyclopedic purpose is being served.

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On the Pirates of the Caribbean Wiki, a spoiler is considered a spoiler up to and until one month after the official U.S. (or country of origin's) release date of the particular product. Therefore, any new information from said source must contain a spoiler tag until at least one month has passed since the United States release of the source.


To use, type {{MajorspoilerMain|product's article title|formatting|formatted name}}.

This template should be used above articles that mainly consist of spoilers in a major portion of the plot from the product in question. Mainly for new characters, locations, etc or big plot twists or events that transpire.


To use, type {{Majorspoiler|name of source's article|formatted name of source}}.

This template should be used for major spoilers, those that consist of a major portion of the plot from the product in question.


To use, type {{Spoiler}}.

This template should be used for general spoilers—any spoiler whose source material does not have a more specific template.