Name Orders

The Western naming order should be used over the Eastern order.

This means that forenames will precede surnames.

Examples

  • Mantaro Kinniku > Kinniku Mantaro
  • Meat Alexandria > Alexandria Meat
  • Mari Nikaido > Nikaido Mari

Spellings

The spellings given by Yudetamago are considered canon and must be used.

There are times where this becomes more complicated, such as how 'Voltman'/'Boltman' can be read as either, without any consistent English translations or any English version seen within the manga. In these circumstances, we may leave it to administrator discretion, but with room for a community discussion for a change in the "Discuss" section of the wiki (or on article talk-pages).

Examples

  • Chojin (not "choujin")
  • Ilioukhine (not other variations)
  • Ashuraman (not "Asuraman")
    • We recognise in English the typical spelling of this word is 'Asura', but the origin of this word is from the Sanskrit, and Yudetamago have consistently used "Ashuraman" with little to no deviation. Due to it being a transliteration of a transliteration, and no fixed standards in translations, priority has been given to Yudetamago's preferred and consistently used spelling of "Ashuraman".

Exceptions

In a few rare circumstances, the manga is inconsistent with spellings and/or shows confusion with the "l", "v", "x" or "th" sounds in English. Two examples are "Legox" being recorded as "Legocs", and "Kevin Mask" being recorded as "Kebin Mask". Due to clear spellings at other points of the manga, and definitive pre-existing spellings in English (which is also the origin language), the correct English spelling will take priority over the incorrect English used within the few rare times of the manga.

Manga over Anime

This is because some names are changed in the English dub, as well as some names were changed for the original anime, and this may lead to confusion, such as for example "Kid" referring to both Terry the Kid and Mantaro Kinniku. We also have a wiki policy of canon-only content, with the manga being considered canon, as such it will take priority for names.

Examples

Wolfman will be named 'Wolfman' and not 'Rikishiman', as 'Wolfman' is his manga name.

Geronimo will be named 'Geronimo' and not 'Beetlebomb', as 'Geronimo' is his manga name.

Both 'Rikishiman' and 'Beetlebomb' would respectively redirect to 'Wolfman' and 'Geronimo'.

English over Japanese

These were for two reasons: clarity (for users) and consistency (for ease of search).

Examples

  • Devil > Akuma
  • Justice > Seigi
  • Brutal >Zangyaku
  • Time > Jikan
  • Power > Kyodo
  • General Devil > Akuma Shogun
    • We recognise "General Devil" is a controversial choice, but the English was also used by the official Viz translations, past fansubs, and various scanlation groups. We have thus erred on the side of consistency, both with our local rules and with the fandom usage at large.

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