Jak and Daxter Wiki

The Jak and Daxter Wiki is an online wiki compendium about the Jak and Daxter series. It consists of articles and other content created by a collaborative community whose aim is to curate accurate and comprehensive content for Jak and Daxter fans.

Structure and functionality[]

The Jak and Daxter Wiki's content (articles, pictures, etc.) is added by its editors. By virtue of being a wiki, any visitor can become an editor. While some visitors create an account to edit, it is not required and some do not (however it is free and easy and comes with several benefits). All content is created, revised, and monitored in accordance with the site's policies and guidelines and scope to ensure they are up to standard in quality, reliability, and encyclopedic value.

The site is managed by a group of contributors known as administrators, who have the ability to delete and undelete pages, protect pages, rollback edits, block users, and edit the site's interface pages (see Project:Administrators for more information).

All decisions are made according to or with respect for community consensus, determined by discussion among editors (usually via talk pages, or in chat). Not the status of the contributor to the discussion nor the number of votes on a particular issue determine consensus—rather, the cogency of the presented arguments win out through a process of concession and good faith. However, regardless of any consensus, the dependence upon reliable sources to maintain the integrity of the site remains invariably paramount.


The Jak and Daxter Wiki was founded August 14, 2007 by User:Shanegamer13, who effectively abandoned the wiki with only a few sporadic edits over the next few years. September 2008 saw the arrival of User:Jakraziel, who successfully adopted the wiki on October 1, 2008 after notable contributions.

In the following days, many contributors came along and helped move the wiki forward, and some were made administrators, but eventually left. However, in March 2009, User:Tim H began editing and suggesting changes, and was appointed administrator a few days later to help with the changes he proposed. He has since remained one of the wiki's most regular editors.

The following years saw further additions to and removals from the administrator team, as well as a large influx of contributors following the release of Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier in November 2009. Eventually, however, the wiki slowed to a desultory state.

In July 2013, User:Jak Himself joined the wiki, becoming administrator one month later and initiating the revamp project, bringing on a site-wide content overhaul that concluded in 2018. In February 2015, User:Technobliterator re-joined the wiki, becoming an administrator and helping to update and maintain the wiki's templates, as a member of various global user groups within Fandom.

The revamp project introduced a cohesive set of policies, practices, coding and design systems, and overall standards. These collectively form the basis of a team spun off of the Jak and Daxter Wiki, known facetiously as the New Wiki Order. This team originally and primarily consists of the resident administrator team, who apply the aforementioned practices and standards to participant wikis in collaboration with each wiki's respective community and administrators.


This section documents an official Jak and Daxter Wiki content policy.
It approximates a widely accepted standard that all editors should normally follow. Changes made to this page should reflect consensus.

While the Jak and Daxter Wiki aims to be a comprehensive resource for Jak and Daxter fans, it does not devote coverage to everything conceivably related to the Jak and Daxter series. On the contrary, it primarily focuses on the canon and gameplay of the series, with everything else required to supplement such a focus. As such, it does not cover:

  • Real-world biographies about people involved with the creation of the series (as a sufficiently comprehensive article dedicated to them would exceed their involvement with Jak and Daxter).
  • Cut content, except that which supplements canonical material (such as unused dialogue), or provides important context relevant to content used in the final product.
  • Articles otherwise entirely dedicated to "behind the scenes" information, or information related to franchises which feature Jak and Daxter elements but are not installments to the Jak and Daxter series.
  • Content that is unverifiable against canonical material.
  • Articles whose topics are not sufficiently notable (i.e., unique or distinctly relevant to the Jak and Daxter series).

What the Jak and Daxter Wiki is not...[]

This section documents an official Jak and Daxter Wiki content policy.
It approximates a widely accepted standard that all editors should normally follow. Changes made to this page should reflect consensus.

As a site whose stated goal is to be a comprehensive resource for Jak and Daxter "fans", it is possible to misconstrue the means to that end. The Jak and Daxter Wiki is not:

  • A place for discussion concerning the games or topics therein that are not relevant to the improvement of the wiki itself (e.g. theories, speculation, requests for help with the games, etc.) These things may be discussed elsewhere, such as r/jakanddaxter.
  • An indiscriminate collection of information. Content must have practical and encyclopedic value. Merely being true is not enough to be included on the wiki (see § Scope).
  • Censored. The Jak and Daxter series' target demographic is 13 and above, as is the wiki's. Therefore, there may be potentially offensive content that will not be censored.
  • Spoiler-protected. It should be a basic expectation that an encyclopedic site about a topic will have spoilers about it.
  • An experiment in democracy. While straw polls can be helpful in determining consensus, they themselves do not establish consensus. Majority rule leads to unresolved discussions and weakly-established consensus not sustainable under future scrutiny.
  • A bureaucracy. The wiki does not have formal, rigid processes for the establishment of new rules or procedures. Instead, it is governed by an organic and dynamic body of consensus established through discussion, and enforced only where intervention is necessary.
  • Compulsory. Do not make the mistake of taking things too seriously. Remember, editing is not required.

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