Featured Articles and Images are a series of context-linked previews on the The Salem Wiki Main Page that suggests prominent articles and characters over a period of time in the series. If an event or character were to be pivotal to the plot, most likely they will appear as a featured article and/or image on the main page.
The list of featured articles and images that have appeared so far on The Salem Wiki is listed below with their related captions for consultation purposes.
|Mary and John||Mary and John are the series protagonists and the main romantic interest of the show. They fell in love in 1685 before he was sent to join the militia but returns seven years later to find the love of his life married to the very man that sent him off to die in the war.||2015|
|The Dark Lord||For hundreds of years, The Dark Lord has nurtured the witches' vengeful desire to get rid of their oppressors. Now that he is finally free, will he keep his promises?||2016|
|The Sentinel||At the head of a multitude, and with one goal, The Sentinel oversees the machinations behind a Great Terror to come. Would you dare oppose the Devil's brother?||2017|
|Samhain||Samhain — Head of the Witches' Hive, after beheading the former one, the Samhain is the wickedest witch of the woods, a Queen of the Night casting a dark shadow over the Puritan souls of Salem.||October 2017|
|Increase Mather||Increase Mather — A skilled and zealous witch-hunter whose methods are feared by guilty and innocent alike, including even the most ancient witches. Mather Senior is greeted with trepidation by the Essex Hive due to his goal to avert the Grand Rite by any means necessary.||December 2017|
|Salem Witch Trials||Salem Witch Trials — Freedom of speech, creed and love is prohibited in Salem. The victims of the militia on the Governor's payroll are well aware of this. But what if it were just pulling the wool over citizens' eyes, and the real witches were the puppeteers of the trials?||April 2018|
Below are the specific promotional stills used as Featured Images on the main page.
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| ||January, 2017|
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| ||July, 2017|
| ||October, 2017|