A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions about the animated media, Anime (アニメ), which generally stems from Japanese animations. Use to either identify the media on a [story-identification] question or disambiguate works where t…
For questions concerning The Matrix, the 1999 sci-fi film starring Keanu Reeves, its sequels, and its spin-off media. When asking questions about the Animatrix TV show use in conjunction with the [ani…
For questions looking to identify a story in the Horror genre that also contain elements of science-fiction and fantasy. Always use in conjunction with the [story-identification] tag.
Questions asking for help identifying a character in a TV series/episode, comic-book issue/story arc, movie, book, or other story.
a short, hand-drawn (or made with computers to look similar to something hand-drawn) film for the cinema, television or computer screen, featuring some kind of story or plot (ev…
For questions asking about the suggested reading or watching order for a series or franchise. If asking specifically for the chronological ordering, use the [chronological-order] tag instead.
For questions about The Silmarillion, a collection of works by J.R.R. Tolkien posthumously published by his son, Christopher in 1977. Always use in conjunction with the [tolkiens-legendarium] tag.
For questions about the energy field that connects all living things in the Star Wars universe, known as The Force. Always use this tag in conjunction with the [star-wars] tag.
For use when you know the TV series an episode with a particular plot belongs to, but need to find the title or number of the exact episode. Also for use in situations in which you know the movie seri…
For questions about the members of the Jedi Order or about the Order as a whole. Always use this tag in conjunction with the [star-wars] tag and any relevant works, e.g. [the-force-awakens] tag.
related to or might be set in space. Always use in conjunction with the [story-identification] tag.
For questions about the magical castle featured in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Must be used in conjunction with the [harry-potter] tag.
For questions about the first of the Star Wars film series released - A New Hope. Always use this tag in conjunction with the [star-wars] tag.
For all questions about the "Arrowverse", or any of its subsequent media. Use this tag for any in-universe questions about any of the media set within the Arrowverse. Always use in conjunction with th…
For questions about robots and their use in a specific work of Science Fiction and Fantasy; use this tag in conjunction with the specific work in question, e.g. [star-wars]. Also for use in conjunctio…
For questions about the films and television series based upon the 1984 movie The Terminator created by James Cameron. Must be used with one of the specific works: [terminator], [terminator-2-judgment…
For questions about the plot or backstory of a game with science-fiction/fantasy elements. Questions about playing the game or the mechanics are off-topic here, but may be on topic at Arqade (https://…
For questions about the X-Men cinematic universe, distributed by 20th Century Fox. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag and with any relevant film tags, e.g. [x-men-days-of-future-past]
For questions about the technology and its usage and knowledge of tools, techniques, crafts, systems or methods of organization in order to solve a problem or serve some purpose. Must be related to an…
For questions about Marvel's Avengers, a team of superheroes appearing in comic books, movies, and TV shows. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag. When asking questions about the Avengers …
one of the most popular fantasy series today, started by Robert Jordan and completed from Jordan's notes by Brandon Sanderson.
For questions about "Dune", a science fiction franchise which originated with the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert. Use this tag for the franchise, universe and/or the novel.
A novel targeted at children or young people. Written for those with basic levels of reading comprehension & vocabulary.
a science fiction universe originally created for the corresponding table-top miniature game but has since had numerous other fictional works set in it.
For questions about "Horcruxes" in Harry Potter in which a person has concealed part of their soul, thus making that person immortal. Always use with the [harry-potter] tag. Use [voldemort] as needed …
For questions about Ridley Scott's Alien film series and related franchise, including prequels, spin-offs, video games and more. Use with the relevant work tag such as [alien-1979], [prometheus], [ali…
what motivates characters to behave in a particular way and describes why a particular character does so. It propels the personality of the character.
For questions about names: of characters, including titles, nicknames, and honorifics; of in-universe locations, e.g. countries or planets; or of objects, e.g. vessels, weapons, etc. Questions can be …
For questions about the TV series "Stargate SG-1" that ran from 1997 to 2007. Always use in conjunction with the [stargate] tag.
For questions about the Marvel character Thor. Use this tag together with [marvel]. If asking about the comics use with [comics] and if about the MCU also tag with [marvel-cinematic-universe]. For the…
The Sith Order was a sect of Force-sensitives who used the Dark Side of the Force. In the Star Wars films, the Sith are the primary antagonists, in opposition to the Jedi Order (Episodes I, II and III…
Post-apocalypic refers to the time frame beyond the catastrophic end of a civilization.
For questions about "Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi". Always use this tag in conjunction with the [star-wars] tag.
Referring to things that happen "behind the camera", the real-life reasons for how/why a TV/film/book/comic turned out the way it did
For questions about the Marvel character Captain America. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag. Also use with [comics] if asking about the comics and [marvel-cinematic-universe] if asking a…