Tagging Guide

Hello! This is the new hub for all things tagging here in our little corner of the internet. Tags help people find new stories with smaller search parameters and to find stories they've read in the past, both of which are improved upon in this new tagging system. This page contains two major sections, the Tag List and the New Tag Suggestion Guide.


So I Heard You Wanna Tag Your Pages

Most of you will know this already, but the process for actually tagging your pages is quite simple. Simply scroll to the bottom of the page, find the "Tags" button (third from the left), and enter the tags you want to apply. If there are multiple, separate them with a space. For example, if I wanted to apply the "entry", "verse", and "elrich" tags to a page, I'd input "entry verse elrich" into the box and hit "Save Tags."

A Quick Tip: Generally, for any tag, if you feel like someone uses the tag to find new stories, lands on your story, and is satisfied with that tag leading them there, you should apply the tag.

Entries

Any story housed within the Library should have the entry tag. If it appears in the Wings, it is an entry. The following lists refer only to tags that are applied to pages with the entry or gallery tag. All other tags not for entries will be covered after (the gallery tag is in that after section, but does receive entry tags since those pages are treated mostly like entries).

The second required tag is the Wing tag. Any entry posted in the time that a Wing is open should receive that Wing's tag. For example, Twin Notions of Catastrophised Time was posted during the time that Wing Two was not completed, so it was given the wing-two tag. This tag automatically adds a story to its corresponding Wing. Despite Wing One being manually upheld, unlike the other Wings, any entry in that wing should receive a wing-one tag for clarity's sake. In the future, there will be a wing-three, wing-four, etc. tag that will be used the same way as wing-two.

Finally, two other meta-type tags are collaboration and co-authored. A collaboration tag should be applied if the page is meant to be open for edits by other people in the future. A co-authored tag should be applied when two or more individuals took part in authoring the one page.

Style Tags

Unless in very unique situations up to staff discretion, every piece posted on the site must have either the prose or verse tags.

  • prose - Stories written partially or fully in prose
  • verse - Stories written partially or fully in verse

  • audio - The article contains embedded audio
  • document - A piece presented as a form of written document. Almost always should be paired with at least one of the following indented tags:
    • academic - Stories presented as an academic article
    • epistolary - Stories presented as a collection of smaller documents from varying sources. Remember to utilize the tags for each type of document used
    • excerpt - Stories presented as a part of a larger document, book, poem, etc.
    • instructional - Stories presented as a document informing on a ritual/procedure.
    • interview - Stories presented as a transcript of an interview.
    • journal - Stories presented as a journal, diary or other form of personal log
    • journalism - Stories presented as an article in a newspaper or magazine
    • letter - Stories presented as a written letter intended to be read by others
    • legal - Stories presented as court records, laws, contracts, declarations, etc. Not always a document subset, but usually is.
    • script - Stories presented as a theater, comic, or film/tv script
  • image - The article contains embedded images
  • video - The article contains embedded video

Tense Tags

An article can have any combination of these.

  • first-person - Articles written primarily or partially in first-person tense
  • second-person - Articles written primarily or partially in second-person tense
  • third-person - Articles written primarily or partially in third-person tense


Setting Tags

When it comes to setting, some tags are in groups where only one can be applied per story (in most cases). These tags are exclusive, and are used to define a unique setting that doesn't have its own tag. The -earth, -fantasia, and -technology tags usually only have one of each applied to a story, but if it would make more sense to include multiple tags of the same type, such as in a multiple-timelines scenario, then go for it. If you're not sure, feel free to ask staff as well.

  • alternative-earth - Stories set on Earth where public, common-knowledge history diverges significantly from reality's. Exclusive with other Earth tags
  • contemporary-earth - Stories set on Earth roughly in the period of the 20th and 21st centuries. Exclusive with other Earth tags
  • future-earth - Stories set on Earth (or involving a version of humanity that has departed Earth) in times after the above. Exclusive with other Earth tags
  • historical-earth - Stories set on Earth in times before the above. Exclusive with other Earth tags

  • high-fantasia - Settings where fantastical/anomalous effects/beings of a non-technological source are common and normalized. Exclusive with other Fantasia tags
  • moderate-fantasia - Settings where fantastical/anomalous effects/beings of a non-technological source exist, but are uncommon. Exclusive with other Fantasia tags
  • no-fantasia - Settings where fantastical/anomalous effects/beings of a non-technological source do not exist. Exclusive with other Fantasia tags

  • high-technology - Settings with technology significantly more advanced than our own. Superseded by future-earth. Exclusive with other technology tags
  • contemporary-technology - Settings with technology roughly analogous to our own. Superseded by contemporary-earth. Exclusive with other technology tags
  • low-technology - Settings with technology significantly less advanced than our own. Superseded by historical-earth. Exclusive with other technology tags

  • cosmic - Stories set off-planet
  • otherworldly - Any non-earth setting not associated with an existing canon/setting tag. Exclusive with all other setting tags except Library, cosmic, and fantasia/technology
  • realistic - If a story has either the historical-earth or contemporary-earth, no-fantasia, and the contemporary-technology or low-technology tags, replace those with this tag instead. Supersedes fantasia and technology tags



GoI/Series/Character Tags

GoI and Character tags should only be applied to stories that have the individual(s) somewhat important to the story. If they are only mentioned as an easter egg, the tag should not be applied. Series tags are usually reserved for the author writing the story, and should not be applied without permission from the author.

  • bookburners - Stories involving the GOC
  • jailors - Stories involving the Foundation
  • legacy - Stories involving the group known as Legacy
  • librarians - Stories involving any staff of the Library
  • madmen - Stories involving the Chaos Insurgency
  • magpies - Stories involving the Magpies
  • merchants - Stories involving Marshall, Carter, & Dark LLC
  • neverwere - Stories involving the Neverwere
  • planasthai - Stories involving the Planasthai Press
  • serpents-hand - Stories involving the Serpent's Hand


  • black-queen - Stories involving the Black Queen
  • rounderpede - Stories involving the Rounderpede, Eighth Chief Archivist
  • ulak - Stories involving Ulak the Drifter


Genre/Content/Theme Tags

These tags tend to be a lot more subjective, so do your best and follow the Quick Tip about tagging provided in the beginning. Mainly, should only be applied when the aspect is an important part of the story.

  • action-adventure - Stories where the primary narrative revolves around physical conflict or challenges
  • afterlife - Stories where an afterlife is a main setting or a main topic
  • anthropological - Stories describing a real or imagined society of any size
  • apocalyptic - Stories where an apocalypse is the main setting or a main topic
  • aquatic - Stories where water, oceans, rivers, etc. are a main element
  • atypical-creature - Stories featuring creatures that were created for the story/site
  • botany - Stories where the primary purpose/narrative revolves around a plant, whether real or fictional
  • biography - Includes autobiographies. These should be something that intend to tell a general life story, not just a specific incident.
  • campus - Stories where school is a main setting or a main topic
  • city - Stories where a city is a main setting or a main topic
  • comedy - Stories that are intended to be comical in nature
  • computing - Stories that have technology or the internet as a centerpiece
  • crime - Stories where a crime being committed or crime in general is a main focus
  • death - Stories where death/a death is a central focus, rather than just stories in which a character happens to die
  • divine-being - Angels, demons, gods, etc.
  • domestic - Primarily revolving around home/family life
  • drama - Stories where the primary narrative revolves around emotional conflict or introspection etc
  • dreams - Stories where a dream is a main topic
  • dystopian - Stories where a dystopia is a main setting or a main topic
  • extraterrestrial-being - Stories that involve aliens separate from the main character's species
  • encounter - Stories focusing on contact with an entity/being outside of the protagonist's normal understanding of the world
  • film - Stories that are presented as a film, movie, tv show, etc. or a film, movie, tv show, etc. is a main topic
  • food - Stories where food is a main topic
  • games - Also includes sports
  • geographic - Stories primarily revolving around describing a specific location
  • horror - Stories intended to be scary, disturbing, unnerving, etc.
  • journey - Stories revolving around the attempt(s) of one or more people to travel from one place to another, typically but not always in difficult conditions. Can also be used for things such as travelogues.
  • legal - As previously stated, can also be used separate from the document tag if the story is particularly focused on a legal system or something similar
  • lgbtq - Stories that have specific queer themes or as a main topic. Apply only to stories that center around those themes/topic, not if a story happens to include a queer character
  • medical - Stories that involve a hospital, doctor, medicine, illnesses, etc. as a main topic
  • military - Stories that involve a military as a main topic
  • multilingual - Stories that involve two or more languages on the page, not for stories that have been translated to other branches of the site
  • multiple-perspective - Stories with multiple POV characters.
  • music - Stories that use music as a main topic
  • myth - Stories that act as a fable/myth or where a myth is an important aspect of the story
  • nature - Stories where nature is a central focus, rather than just a story that happens to be set in a forest
  • philosophical - Stories that comment on philosophies or are philosophical in nature
  • political - Stories that comment on politics or are political in nature
  • religion - Stories that comment on religion or have religion as a main topic
  • robots - Stories that use robots as a main topic
  • royalty - Stories where royalty or high society is a main topic
  • ritual - Stories where a ritual is a main topic
  • romance - Stories that are meant to be romantic in nature or include a romance as a main topic
  • shapeshifter - Stories that include an individual that can change shape at will, not the same as the transformation tag
  • slice-of-life - Stories revolving around day to day existence with low narrative stakes, whether the setting is fantastical, futuristic, or realistic
  • spirits - Ethereal remnants of the dead, but feel free to apply this to other undead
  • traditional-creature - Featuring a creature that exists as part of previous off-site narratives already.
  • tragedy - More explicitly 'sad' stories
  • transformation - Stories involving a character who typically would not do so undergoing a physical transformation/metamorphosis, not the same as the shapeshifter tag
  • utopian - Stories where a utopia is a main setting or a main topic
  • ways - Stories that involve portals, teleportation through a doorways, or Ways
  • workplace - Stories where a job or place of work is the main setting or a main topic
  • zoology - Stories where the primary purpose/narrative revolves around an animal, whether real or fictional


Contest/Prompt Tags

These are tags applied to pages that were posted for a prompt or contest. Should not be used after the end of that prompt/contest.

  • 1000 - The article was submitted as part of the Wing Two contest
  • av08 - The article was submitted as part of the Audiovisual prompt
  • altplaces05 - The article was submitted as part of the Alternate Places prompt
  • cities04 - The article was submitted as part of the Cities prompt
  • combocon2024 - This article was submitted as part of ComboCon 2024
  • contest-placer - Used to prevent the top ten winners of a Wing contest from being automatically listed on the associated Wing page
  • creatures07 - The article was submitted as part of the Creatures prompt
  • debate2023 - This article was submitted as part of the Debate Club 2023 Contest
  • _team-common - This article counted toward Team Common's points in the Debate Club 2023 Contest
  • _team-rare - This article counted toward Team Rare's points in the Debate Club 2023 Contest
  • life-contest - The article was submitted as part of the Fictionalized Life Stories prompt
  • hunt2021 - The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest
  • _alien-invasion - The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest under the Alien Invasion theme
  • _peculiar-purchases - The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest under the Peculiar Purchases category
  • picturepalooza2022 - The article was submitted as part of the Picturepalooza 2022 contest
  • relationship03 - The article was submitted as part of the Relationships prompt
  • spacewitch02 - The article was submitted as part of the Spacewitch prompt
  • wandercon2021 - This article was submitted as part of the Wandercon 2021 team contest
  • wanderlust01 - The article was submitted as part of the Wandererlust prompt
  • whyandwho06 - The article was submitted as part of the Why and Who prompt
  • wlc2013 - The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Library 2013 contest
  • ws2019 - The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Station 2019 contest
  • wd2020 - The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Depths 2020 contest
  • yuletide - The article was submitted as part of the Annual Yuletide Event


Non-entry Tags

This is a miscellaneous list of tags that are often used in other parts of the site, some of these are for regular users to apply and some are not.

  • admin - Used for administration pages
  • author - Used for author's pages
  • canon - Used for any hub page that features the works of many authors surrounding a central idea/world/character
  • _cc - Hidden tag used on pages with images that have been confirmed to be properly licensed. Only staff should apply this tag to any page
  • int - Used for pages translated from international Wanderer's Library Wiki sites
  • component - Used for pages which contain Wikidot or CSS tools for use in other pages and articles
  • contest - Used for contest pages. These are pages that announce and lay out the rules for a contest, not articles written for a contest
  • featured - Reserved by staff to denote those pages that are or have at some point been featured on the front page
  • fragment - For fragments, typically resulting from themes or other css
  • gallery - Used for primarily media-focused pages, rather than typical entries. Galleries do count for the author page quota
  • guide - Used for out-of-character pieces which serve as guides to writing or the site. This tag should not be used on main-list articles
  • hub - Used for pages that link to multiple other related pages. Hub pages include The Library
  • obsolete - Used for official pages that are no longer maintained or accurate
  • prompt-response - The article was submitted as a response to a front page prompt
  • series - Used for any hub page that features the works of just one author that aim to tell an overarching story
  • template - For template pages
  • theme - For CSS theme pages
  • workbench - Used to mark staff workbenches. Only staff are allowed to make workbenches


Archived Tags

Sometimes a tag will not be used anymore due to various reasons but will stay for future reference. Placed in a collapsible to avoid confusion with usable tags.



New Tag Suggestions

If you think a new tag needs to be created, you can suggest them in the Tag Suggestions forum thread, where staff will take a look and approve or deny them. When suggesting a new tag, please provide as many articles you believe it should apply to, but there are minimum amounts for each type of tags we'll be looking for:

Series Tags: A series tag should be automatically applied when a series hits five stories and has a hub, but if that doesn’t happen please let us know!

Group/Character/Setting Tags: The proposal must include 5 articles by 3 authors that feature the entity as a primary focus.

Genre/Content/Theme Tags: These tags have a higher expectation of applicable articles in order to be considered. The tag must cover a minimum of ~15 articles by 3 authors, and it must also be distinct enough to the point where another existing tag, or combination of tags would not cover the articles in question. We might still not apply a tag that qualifies, for reasons at our discretion.

Congrats, You Survived!

And that's it. Not so bad, right? I'm sure you'll be tagging your own articles like a pro in no time at all. If you still don't feel confident, have no fear! Staff will tag your article for you! We simply offer the choice of tagging your own as the person who knows the article best is the author themselves. Happy writing, Wanderers!

Special Thanks

A huge thanks is due to Stygian BlueStygian Blue, ch00bakkach00bakka, Alexander the JarAlexander the Jar, IronShearsIronShears, meltedbeemeltedbee, LAN 2DLAN 2D, Piano_WLPiano_WL, RounderhouseRounderhouse, rumetzenrumetzen, Snapdragon133Snapdragon133, and EgileyeEgileye. These are the users who originally volunteered to help re-tag every entry on the site when we began this process. If you were able to tag over a hundred or were only able to tag a handful, we are deeply thankful for your willingness to help. Additional thanks to RounderhouseRounderhouse (gosh a second special thanks? How greedy) and VivariumVivarium for writing the WL and SCP tagging guides which I shamelessly stole words from.

[[tags]]
name = "admin"
description = "Used for administration pages."

[[tags]]
name = "author"
description = "Used for author's pages."

[[tags]]
name = "book"
description = "A tag assigned to the hub pages for a Book."

[[tags]]
name = "_cc"
description = "Hidden tag used on pages with images that have been confirmed to be properly licensed. Only staff should apply this tag to any page."

[[tags]]
name = "int"
description = "Used for pages translated from international Wanderer's Library Wiki sites."

[[tags]]
name = "co-authored"
description = "Used for articles contributed to by multiple authors, which cannot be attributed to by individual authors."

[[tags]]
name = "collaboration"
description = "Used for articles open to contribution by any author."

[[tags]]
name = "collection"
description = "Used for the hub pages for a Collection."

[[tags]]
name = "component"
description = "Used for pages which contain Wikidot or CSS tools for use in other pages and articles."

[[tags]]
name = "contest"
description = "Used for contest pages. These are pages that announce and lay out the rules for a contest, not articles written for a contest."

[[tags]]
name = "entry"
description = "All stories contained in the Library should be assigned this tag. Most articles will receive this tag."

[[tags]]
name = "featured"
description = "Reserved by staff to denote those pages that are or have at some point been featured on the front page."

[[tags]]
name = "gallery"
description = "Used for primarily media-focused pages, rather than typical entries. Galleries are not submittable to contests, but do count for the author page quota."

[[tags]]
name = "guide"
description = "Used for out-of-character pieces which serve as guides to writing or the site. This tag should not be used on mainlist articles."

[[tags]]
name = "hub"
description = "for pages which link to multiple other related pages. Hub pages include The Library."

[[tags]]
name = "obsolete"
description = "Used for official pages that are no longer maintained or accurate."

[[tags]]
name = "prompt-response"
description = "The article was submitted as a response to a front page prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "template"
description = "For template pages."

[[tags]]
name = "theme"
description = "For CSS theme pages."

[[tags]]
name = "workbench"
description = "Used to mark staff workbenches. Only staff are allowed to make workbenches."

[[tags]]
name = "audio"
description = "The article contains embedded audio."

[[tags]]
name = "document"
description = "Used for articles written with the intent of serving as a public document. Used in combination with journal, letter or report. Note that articles existing as a document purely due to being part of a Book do not qualify for this tag."

[[tags]]
name = "epistolary"
description = "Used for articles structured as a collection of smaller documents from varying sources. Accompanies the document tag."

[[tags]]
name = "fable"
description = "Used for articles structured as a fairy tale, myth or other archaic story format traditionally designed to impart a lesson or moral."

[[tags]]
name = "image"
description = "Denotes articles which contain implemented images."

[[tags]]
name = "journal"
description = "Used for articles structured as a journal, diary or other form of personal log. Mutually exclusive with letter, to be used together with document."

[[tags]]
name = "letter"
description = "Used for articles structured as a written letter intended to be read by others. Mutually exclusive with journal, to be used together with document."

[[tags]]
name = "narrative"
description = "Used for articles written primarily or entirely from the perspective of an involved individual present in the setting or content of the story. E.g., Hunting The Margrawn. Mutually exclusive with prose."

[[tags]]
name = "prose"
description = "Used for articles primarily written as third-person prose. Note that \"prose\" is defined as \"a non-metrical style similar to ordinary written or spoken language\"."

[[tags]]
name = "report"
description = "The article is structured as a formal report submitted for scientific or scholarly purposes. To be used in combination with document."

[[tags]]
name = "video"
description = "The article contains an embedded video."

[[tags]]
name = "verse"
description = "Used for articles written in verse, rather than prose."

[[tags]]
name = "book-of-ur"
description = "Used for articles in the book titled \"The Book of Ur\"."

[[tags]]
name = "longjourney"
description = "Used for articles in the book titled \"The Journal Of Aframos Longjourney\"."

[[tags]]
name = "journal-of-the-walk"
description = "Used for articles in the book titled \"The Journey of the Walk\"."

[[tags]]
name = "archives"
description = "The article relates to the broader Library/SCP universe in some way. Frequently used in conjunction with bookburners, merchants, jailors, neverwere, and library"

[[tags]]
name = "jailors"
description = "The article relates to or involves the Group of Intrigue known as the Jailors or SCP Foundation."

[[tags]]
name = "bookburners"
description = "The article relates to or involves the Group of Intrigue known as the Bookburners or Global Occult Coalition."

[[tags]]
name = "cousin-dan"
description = "The article relates to or involves the character known as \"Cousin Dan\"."

[[tags]]
name = "elrich"
description = "Used for articles taking place in or relating to the land or realm identified as \"Elrich\"."

[[tags]]
name = "last-light"
description = "Used for articles taking place in the shared setting of Last Light."

[[tags]]
name = "legacy"
description = "Used for articles describing or related to the organisation identified as \"Legacy\"."

[[tags]]
name = "librarians"
description = "Used for articles regarding or relevant to the entities described here as \"the Librarians\"."

[[tags]]
name = "library"
description = "Used for articles set in or relevant to the Library itself. Please note that this tag is not used for articles listed in the Library hub page (see: entry)"

[[tags]]
name = "madmen"
description = "The article relates to or involves the Group of Intrigue known as the Madmen or Chaos Insurgency."

[[tags]]
name = "merchants"
description = "The article relates to or involves the Group of Intrigue known as the the Merchants, AKA Marshall, Carter, and Dark."

[[tags]]
name = "neverwere"
description = "The article relates to or involves the Group of Intrigue known as the Neverwere."

[[tags]]
name = "planasthai"
description = "Used for articles regarding or relevant to the publication described here as \"the Planasthai\"."

[[tags]]
name = "ravelwoods"
description = "The article relates to or involves the world or place identified as \"Ravelwoods\"."

[[tags]]
name = "rounderpede"
description = "The article relates to or involves the character known as \"Rounderpede\"."

[[tags]]
name = "serpents-hand"
description = "Used for articles partially or wholly written by a member of the Hand, or which references it (implicitly or explicitly)."

[[tags]]
name = "unwaking"
description = "The article relates to the world or place identified as \"the Unwaking\"."

[[tags]]
name = "ulak"
description = "The article relates to or involves the character known as \"Ulak the Drifter\"."

[[tags]]
name = "yoren"
description = "The article relates to the place or world identified as \"Yoren\"."

[[tags]]
name = "aristocratic"
description = "Used for articles involving royalty, aristocracy, or similar figures."

[[tags]]
name = "cryptobotanical"
description = "Used for articles referring to an undocumented or supernatural type of plant."

[[tags]]
name = "cryptozoological"
description = "Used for articles describing a supernatural or publically undocumented creature. Not to be confused with otherworldly, which refers to other worlds accessible through Ways."

[[tags]]
name = "divine"
description = "Used for articles describing entities, objects, or concepts associated with divine origins or abilities."

[[tags]]
name = "entity"
description = "The article describes a supernatural entity that does not behave as a living organism. Superceded by cryptozoological and cryptobotanical if appropriate."

[[tags]]
name = "forest"
description = "For stories that take place in or describe specific forests."

[[tags]]
name = "historical"
description = "The article relates to events of known historical importance."

[[tags]]
name = "location"
description = "Used for articles involving an especially significant geographical area. Note that an area used setting does not qualify the article in question for the location tag."

[[tags]]
name = "military"
description = "The article describes a military force or the behaviour of this military force, such as a war effort."

[[tags]]
name = "mythological"
description = "Used for articles borrowing directly from an aspect of an existing myth, legend or story."

[[tags]]
name = "object"
description = "Used for articles involving a supernatural or significant physical object."

[[tags]]
name = "otherworldly"
description = "The story of the article describes one or more worlds outside of this universe. Note that the Library itself is not considered a world."

[[tags]]
name = "religion"
description = "Article relates to an established religion and its practices or beliefs."

[[tags]]
name = "ritual"
description = "Used for articles describing a ritualistic and reliable process carried out by one or more sapient parties."

[[tags]]
name = "space"
description = "For stories located in the universal vacuum best described as \"space\"."

[[tags]]
name = "spirit"
description = "For articles involving entities known as \"spirits\", such as ghosts, phantoms, and demons."

[[tags]]
name = "tribal"
description = "The article describes an organised social grouping of humans or human-analogues possessing a tribal structure."

[[tags]]
name = "ways"
description = "Used for articles regarding or relevant to the phenomena identified here as \"the Ways\"."

[[tags]]
name = "av08"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Audiovisual prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "altplaces05"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Alternate Places prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "cities04"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Cities prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "creatures07"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Creatures prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "debate2023"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Debate Club 2023 contest."

[[tags]]
name = "team-rare"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Debate Club 2023 contest for Team Rare."

[[tags]]
name = "team-common"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Debate Club 2023 contest for Team Common."

[[tags]]
name = "life-contest"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Fictionalized Life Stories prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "hunt2021"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest."

[[tags]]
name = "_alien-invasion"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest under the Alien Invasion theme."

[[tags]]
name = "_peculiar-purchases"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Scavenger Hunt 2021 contest under the Peculiar Purchases category."

[[tags]]
name = "relationship03"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Relationships prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "spacewitch02"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Spacewitch prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "wandercon2021"
description = "This article was submitted as part of the Wandercon 2021 team contest."

[[tags]]
name = "wanderlust01"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Wandererlust prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "whyandwho06"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Why and Who prompt."

[[tags]]
name = "wlc2013"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Library 2013 contest."

[[tags]]
name = "ws2019"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Station 2019 contest."

[[tags]]
name = "wd2020"
description = "The article was submitted as part of the Wanderer's Depths 2020 contest."

[[tags]]
name = "_nc"
description = "Used for articles formerly and erroneously licensed C BY NC."

[[tags]]
name = "swedenborg"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of the False Swedenborg."

[[tags]]
name = "pangur"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of Pangur."

[[tags]]
name = "redtooth"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of Emily Redtooth."

[[tags]]
name = "thorn"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of the Thorn Child."

[[tags]]
name = "ilvos"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of Ilvos of the Rusted Blade."

[[tags]]
name = "bogg"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of Agnes Bogg."

[[tags]]
name = "kragg"
description = "Used for books located on the shelf of the Dread Wyrm Kragg."
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