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Spoilers (or Spoilers): These are texts that give detailed information about the subject of the work (book, novel, comic book, movie, TV series, video game, etc.) and if people who do not read, listen or watch the work see the work, they will enjoy and think about the work. may affect. Finding a work enjoyable by the reader/listener/viewer/player often becomes difficult with the details learned early on.
For example, learning about the turning points or the surprising ending in a movie before watching it can greatly reduce the audience's potential enjoyment of the movie.
Our moderators have disabled the synopsis in the topic listings to prevent possible intentional spoilers in the Movies & TV Series category.
To give spoilers: To write or say a text containing spoilers, to give detailed information about the subject of the work.
Spoiler food: To read, listen, and get information about the text that contains spoilers.
ℹ️ Concepts such as "Attention Spoiler!", "Spoiler Alert!" help you not to eat spoilers by stating beforehand that there is spoiler content somewhere.
If you want to give spoilers (share spoiler information);
It is strictly forbidden to post a spoiler on TeTeOS.Net without user consent to be seen, heard or watched directly.
If you are opening a topic with spoilers, add [SPOILER] to the title. If possible, include information such as the episode, season, episode, area where the Spoiler is in the text, as in the example below, and use concepts such as O, THIS, THAT instead of giving character names.
Since the direct link to the topic can be shared on platforms other than TeTeOS.Net, it is not enough to just write [SPOILER] in the topic name. So you may need to censor texts as well.
If you want to share any content with spoilers, add a surprise to your text as in the example below. To do this, select your spoiler-free text, then use the exclamation icon in the text editor. If Rich Text Mode is turned off, add
>! to the beginning of the spoiler text and
<! to the end.
>! I'm a spoiler! <!
Preview: >! I'm a spoiler! <!
If you eat Spoilers (if another user made you eat Spoilers);
Report the user's corresponding message. If it is determined that it is done intentionally, the user will be punished directly.