Shipping Wiki

SHIPPING WIKI is a collaborative encyclopedia designed to cover everything there is to know about the insanity of Shipping.

Shipping Wiki has a few rules you need to follow
The following is a summary of our rules, you can find a larger and more detailed list of rules HERE

  • NO VANDALISM: Vandalism is defined as any bad-faith edit made with the intent to lower the quality of the wiki or disrupt the functioning of the community.
    • Please DO NOT spam articles with unnecessary information, links to external sites or random images.
  • NO DISCRIMINATION: Discrimination is not allowed and is grounds for blocking.
  • ART MUST BE SOURCED: For information on how to source your art, please have a look at the policy page, here.
  • NO USER ATTACKS: No personal threats, insults or attacks that could harm a user is allowed. Please be nice to each other and treat others on the wiki with respect.

Articles must be formatted in a particular way. Look at the style manual for more information. You can also use the boxes at the bottom of the page to create an article in the correct format. Thank you and most importantly have fun browsing or editing this wikia! If you need help, don't hesitate to ask an admin! Have a good day!
Did you know
Draco Sinister

Draco Sinister by Cassandra Clare

  • That Cassandra Clare wrote Harry Potter fan fiction before becoming the famous author of The Mortal Instruments series. Her fan fiction, titled The Draco Trilogy was comprised of three novel-length books. They were focused around multiple ships including Drarry, Dramione and Harmony.
  • That BBC Three and Sky Cinema had a ship war between Stucky and Stony on Twitter. BBC Three supported Stucky, while Sky Cinema supported Stony. See the tweets here.
  • That Larry Stylinson, the ship between Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, was the most reblogged ship on Tumblr in 2015.
  • That Ian Brennan, the co-creator of Glee preferred the ship name Santittany over Brittana and wishes that 'it would catch on'.
The wiki was created on 4 MAY 2013 and is open to editing for all users! Please look at the style manual for how to edit ship, character and fandom pages.

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Shipping, initially derived from the word relationship, is the desire by fans for two people, either real-life celebrities or fictional characters, to be in a relationship, romantic or otherwise. Shipping can involve virtually any kind of relationship: from the well-known and established, to the ambiguous or those undergoing development, and even to the highly improbable or blatantly impossible.


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