Avoid creating lists of miscellaneous information. These lists, often placed in a "trivia" section, should in most cases be considered temporary, until a better method of presentation can be determined. A better way to organize an article is to provide a logical grouping and ordering of facts that gives an integrated presentation, providing context and smooth transitions, whether in text, list, or table.
What doesn't belong in the trivia section
- Speculation or citing animation errors. Speculation and animation errors belong in their own sections in the appropriate namespace.
- Incidental facts and statistics. The trivia section is not an indiscriminate collection of information. Avoid statistics, and place relevant facts in a section of the article that they relate to.
- Broad similarities. Only similarities that are detailed and identified with a particular subject should be listed in an article. Broad similarities should not be listed.
- The trivia section is not a forum. Do not "reply" to other trivia list items.
How to incorporate trivia into the article
If the new information is related to information already covered in existing sections, put the new information there.
Create a new section
If you have enough new information to write an entire section, it's best to create a section for it instead of laying it all as a list of disjointed bullet points.