Wikidata:WikiProject Fictional universes

Fictional universes Edit

Scope Edit

The goal of this project is to build good practices related to fictional universes in Wikidata and to express statements and models about them.

Properties Edit

See also list of properties at Wikiproject Narration

For characters, see Properties for fictional characters

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
fictional or mythical analog ofP1074Itemused to link an entity or class of entities appearing in a creative work with the analogous entity or class of entities in the real worldfictional spacecraft <fictional or mythical analog of> spacecraft-
inspired byP941Itemartistic inspiration: work, human, place or event which inspired this creative work or fictional entityThe Matrix <inspired by> Alice's Adventures in Wonderland-
from narrative universeP1080Itemfictional universe: subject's fictional entity is in the object narrative. See also P1441 (present in work) and P1445 (fictional universe described in)Mordor <from narrative universe> Tolkien's legendarium-
present in workP1441Itemwork: this (fictional or fictionalized) entity, place, or person appears in that work as part of the narration (use P2860 for works citing other works, P361/P1433 for works being part of other works, P1343 for entities described in non-fictional accounts)Irina Nikolayevna Arkadina <present in work> The Seagullcharacters
takes place in fictional universeP1434Itemfictional universe: the subject is a work describing a fictional universe, i.e. whose plot occurs in this universeFirefly <takes place in fictional universe> Serenityversefictional universe described in
fictional universe described inP1445Itemwork and fictional universe: to link a fictional universe with a work that describes it: <universe> "described in the work:" <work>Serenityverse <fictional universe described in> Fireflytakes place in fictional universe
home worldP1165Itemfictional location: home planet or natural satellite for a fictional character or speciesRomulan <home world> Romulus-
narrative locationP840Itemnarrative location: the narrative of the work is set in this locationPaul et Virginie <narrative location> Mauritius Island-
main subjectP921Itemtopic, matter and subject: primary topic of a work (see also P180: depicts)Marina <main subject> Rocco Granata-
first appearanceP4584Itemfirst appearance: work in which a fictional/mythical character or entity first appearedSherlock Holmes <first appearance> A Study in Scarlet-
narrative ageP6249Quantityfictional character: age of a fictional character (use qualifiers like P10663 (applies to work) to restrict the age to a certain work)Bart Simpson <narrative age> 10 years old-

Important items Edit

Participants Edit

The participants listed below can be notified using the following template in discussions:

{{Ping project|Fictional universes}}

Related WikiProjects Edit

Notes about fictional universes Edit

Useful queries Edit

#How many objects belongs to specific fictional universe?
SELECT ?value ?valueLabel ?ct ?sampleitem ?sampleitemLabel
    SELECT ?value (count(*) as ?ct) (SAMPLE(?item) as ?sampleitem)
      ?item wdt:P1080 ?value
    GROUP BY ?value
    ORDER BY DESC(?ct)
  SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en" }
ORDER BY DESC(?ct) ASC(?value)
Try it!