- Do not stray off-topic.
- Do not be abusive.
- Blogs must not be low-effort.
These apply both to blogs themselves and to blog comments, but that is essentially all you need to know. Not meeting those requirements will usually lead to your blog/comment being deleted, and you may be warned. If you’d like details about what constitutes each offense, keep reading.
For Blog Posts
- Content that is wholly unrelated to Diep.io or the Wiki.
- Gibberish, gobbledygook that makes no sense to anyone (spam).
- “Complaint” or “grievance” posts; those belong in the .
For Blog Comments
- Content that has nothing whatsoever to do with the blog post being commented on.
- Gibberish, gobbeldygook that makes no sense to anyone (spam).
For both Blog Posts & Comments
- “Callout” posts which primarily target a specific individual (use Message Wall for constructive criticism).
- This includes harassment and verbal abuse.
- Disruptive code (zalgo, autoplay, or any other code that extends beyond the content area/disrupts basic functionality in some way).
- Links to pornographic websites or malware.
- Outright spam.
For Blog Posts
Low effort blogs are generally blogs that:
- have fewer than three paragraphs / sections that are four sentences each.
- have fewer than 200 words.
- are difficult for readers to digest.
- have the majority of their focus be Off-Topic (as defined previously).
- have the majority of their content copied over from articles, with little to no changes.
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