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Guides should be named in a college/university course fashion, with a short name of what the guide is about, followed by a three digit number, such as "Data Center 101".

  • The overall length should be sufficiently short as to be used to name a Toy Box when saved.
  • The first digit should refer to the edition of Disney Infinity that the guide pertains to, and should not require use of a later edition. For example, a "101" guide should not reference the Theme Transformer, as it wasn't available until the 3.0 Edition.
  • The second digit should refer to the corresponding level of knowledge/skill needed; think of it in Jedi terms:
    • 0 = Youngling: little or no prior experience, few or no connections using few toys.
    • 1 = Padawan: familiar with Editor, Magic Wand, and making connections; small groups of toys, may (likely) involve use of Logic Gates.
    • 2 = Knight: familiar with above including Logic Gate; complex connections, may involve use of the Challenge Maker.
    • 3 = Master: may involve Toy Box Doors, linking Toy Boxes, and use of the Satellite Receiver.
    • 4 = Grand Master: may involve the use of "glitches" (e.g. placing INterior items in an otherwise exterior based Toy Box).
  • The third digit should refer to the section or step number if a guide would otherwise appear excessively long to be contained in a single page. Consequently, guides should be limited to no more than 9 such parts.

They should also include the category "[[Category:Guides]]" (if not otherwise provided by a template).

Pages in category "Guides"

The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

Media in category "Guides"

The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 total.