This page is considered an official policy on the Pacific Rim Wiki. It has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that everyone should follow. Except for minor edits, please make use of the discussion page to propose changes to this policy.

The profile image of an article is intended to be the most appropriate and accurate depiction of the article's subject. Because of this, users cannot change the profile image of an article without first reaching community consensus after first making a proposal. This page serves as a discussion for image proposals, in order for the community to collectively decide which image is most suitable to each article.


  1. Users may make a proposal by uploading the image(s) they wish to propose, and clicking the "Make your proposal" button above, then filling out the fields required.
    1. It is preferred that all images should be in a ratio of 250x250, created or resized.
    2. Images should also be of a .png filetype to avoid a grainy thumbnail.
  2. The proposed image(s) will then be discussed among the community, and the image found to be most suitable will replace the current image.
  3. If no clear consensus has been reached, an administrator will open a vote, and each user will be allowed to vote for one image.


  • The proposer must provide a valid reason that complies with the profile image standards to justify a profile image change.
  • Late additions to on-going discussions are not allowed and should be halted until said discussion reaches a conclusion.
  • In order to be eligible to make proposals or vote, a user must have made over 50 edits to non-social namespaces or edited regularly during 2/3 of one month. Social namespaces include comments, walls and the user space.

Character profile image standards

From the image policy:
  1. The image should be an accurate, dignifying representation of the character.
  2. The infobox image should depict the character's most recognizable likeness (Raleigh Becket, for example), unless consensus dictates otherwise.
  3. The character in the infobox should be standing still, which includes all kind of absence of movement (characters should not be talking).
  4. If an article contains three images or more (including the infobox), an image from the character's torso is sufficient for the infobox. [...] Extreme facial closeups should be avoided.

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