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Citing sources is easy. Most of the time, however, you will be citing sources when you find information on new games since those are the times when unverified rumors run around. If you find information that can be verified by playing the game or reading the instruction booklet, then citing the source is unnecessary.
Before you start citing sources, make sure the article has a References section first. If not, you can create it with
Once you have created a references section, add a tag
If you have done this, or if there is already such a section, you can add sources. Once you add new information to the article, or if you find a source for a statement, you can wrap these two tags
For example, if Nookipedia is a source, put the link in the
To format the source correctly, you should follow a specific framework for a proper source. This includes, in order, the name of the author (last name first), the date of publication in parentheses, the title of the source, the publisher's name (in italics), and finally the retrieval date. In YouTube citations, use the channel's name in place of the author's name.
Please make sure the source you provide is either official or from a credible site. If you find statements in the article to be questionable, you can remove them, give them an appropriate source, or ask about them in the talk page.