They're canon, in their own UNIVERSE which is the Novel Continuity.
They are part of the RESIDENT EVIL MULTIVERSE and that's why they posses same settings/characters/places/whatnot however situations end up differently... try not to put that again on articles. Thank you.
When I put non-canon on it I was refering to the Resident Evil timeline the true timeline which other agreed that the articles for the books should mention that it is not considered canon in that timeline
Yeah - it'll take too long to add "non-canon" to these pages. Instead, we go by the Pokemon Wiki method of having different "established canons" - essentially different universes - to go by, which are the Manga; Anime and Games. Adapted to this wiki, there are four established canons - the S.D. Perry novels; the live-action films, the Wildstorm comics and then most of the games (officially licensed products such as their associated Manga and CGI films are part of this canon). When something is branded "non-canon", it refers to something from the games that is separate from its own canon - characters in Operation Raccoon City and Gaiden, for example.
Yeah, i was doing a research on that today. Like how we should call the "realities". i've been inspired by the Marvel wiki. XD Oddly, the Resident Evil 1 Vol.1 is considered canon...mhhh, i think we need a Multiverse article...
Btw, the Pachislot, Gaiden and ORC, are Pocket universes, as they're one shot realities.
Please do not add duplicate, superceded categories to articles alongside active categories, as this is considered a form of "point-whoring". You made a number of edits where you installed the underused "Category:Resident Evil Zero Characters" when "Category:Resident Evil Zero characters" was already in use.
It's alright. People normally get them confused with search tags like the ones you use on YouTube. To make things easier to find, we use specific categories rather than tags. They're very different; adding "Category:Example" to a page generates a special code that puts a link to the article on that category page. When it comes to naming, we also go by Wikipedia's "if it's not a proper noun, then don't act like it is" method of titling, so "character" and "creature" are both lowercase in the naming - we've had problems before when people mistakenly replace "Resident Evil 2 characters" with "Resident Evil 2 Characters".
ic is there a page on here that tells you the do's and dont's on editing according to the rules on here that i can refer to from time to time so i can help out with editing the articles and not make a mistake
It varies from wiki to wiki. Over here, you need a minimum of 500 mainspace edits (different from your overall edit count displayed on your userpage - you can see your mainspace count here); be active for at least ninety days and have rollback privelages before being eligible for an RfA. After that, it's the community's decision on whether or not you get in.