By joining and participating in the OBD Wiki, you, the end user, agree to the following terms:

Mission Statement:

The OBD Wiki is a collaborative project created by various members of the Outskirts Battledome for purposes of accurately informing the public about the powers and abilities in use in fictional media, and the capabilities of the characters, civilizations, vehicles, and weapons that use them.


End users are expected to abide by the rules of the OBD Wiki found on this page:

Privacy & Disclosure:

Users should be familiar with the OBD Wiki’s privacy and disclosure policies:

Who can Join:

1. Established members of the Outskirts Battledome community, as determined by the OBD Wiki’s staff, may join the OBD Wiki.

2. Individuals under 13 years of age are prohibited.


1. You terminate your agreement with the OBD Wiki by resigning your membership, and therefore your privileges as a contributor.

2. You acknowledge that the OBD Wiki’s staff may terminate your membership for any reason it wishes.

Account Security:

You are solely responsible for the security of your own account. You should never disclose your password to any third party. Doing so will immediately terminate your privileges as a contributor to the OBD Wiki.

Independent Contractor:

You acknowledge that you are an independent contractor and subject to self-employment taxes for any monies you earn. Further information on independent contractors can be found at the IRS website:


1. “Content” is defined as the contributions a user makes to the OBD Wiki or its offshoots such as the blog, videos, and social media sites. (e.g.: a page, an edit, a video or part of a video, etc.)

2. All content created by you (provided you have sufficient rights for it) belongs to you, and you may use it however you wish. You retain your copyright.

3. By posting content on the OBD Wiki, its blog, or its social media sites such as its Youtube channel, you agree that the OBD Wiki and its staff may use the content in whatever way it deems fit, including receiving monetary compensation, and that you grant us a perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide, irrevocable, non-exclusive right to use, publish, reproduce, license, sublicense, distribute, perform, translate, and display your content in any medium now existing or hereafter developed.

4. You also agree that whenever your content may become outdated or found in error (thereby contradicting the mission statement of the OBD Wiki), it may be modified by any party belonging to the OBD Wiki.

Disclaimer of Warranties:

The OBD Wiki and its offshoots may contain material that is offensive or otherwise objectionable, as well as material containing technical inaccuracies, typographical mistakes, and other errors. We disclaim any responsibility for any harm resulting from access or use of the Site. The OBD Wiki and all related Content on its blog, Youtube channel, and other social media outlets are provided “AS IS” to the full extent permitted by law. This means that we do not warrant that the Site or the Site Content are (a) fit for any particular purpose; (b) uninterrupted or error-free; or (c) free of defamatory, offensive, or illegal material or defects such as viruses, malfunctions, or harmful components that could damage or allow unauthorized access to your computer, computer network, or mobile device. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, QUIET ENJOYMENT, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. NO INFORMATION, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, OBTAINED BY YOU FROM US OR AT OR THROUGH THE SITE SHALL CREATE ANY WARRANTY NOT EXPRESSLY MADE HEREIN. WE MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES THAT THE SITE IS APPROPRIATE OR AVAILABLE FOR USE IN ALL GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS.

Limitation of Liability:

1. Neither the OBD Wiki nor its staff is in any way liable for the content that you post to the wiki, its related sites, or its social media outlets. All responsibility for the content you create is on you, the end user. You agree to release and hold harmless the OBD Wiki and its staff of any such liability by posting on the OBD Wiki and understand that your use of the services provided is at your sole risk.

2. This part of the agreement remains perpetual regardless of termination.


One provision of this agreement being deemed void does not invalidate the other provisions of the agreement.


If you have not signed a separate agreement with the OBD Wiki, these terms are the entirety of the agreement between you and it.

This agreement is subject to change without notice and was last modified on November 23rd, 2015.