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; Registering
 
; Registering
* Feel free to register and join our user base by clicking '''[[Special:UserLogin|Here]]'''
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* Feel free to register and join our user base by clicking '''[[Special:UserLogin/signup|Here]]'''
   
 
; Not sure where to start?
 
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; Adding content
 
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* The wiki needs updates and tweaks to the current god pages, Lore, items and abilities.
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* The wiki needs updates and tweaks to the current god pages, lore, skins, items and abilities.
 
* If you are unsure of what to do or how to create a page, search for a few articles on the same topic and see what they look like. You can always view the source code in a wiki and learn from what others have done.
 
* If you are unsure of what to do or how to create a page, search for a few articles on the same topic and see what they look like. You can always view the source code in a wiki and learn from what others have done.
 
* An edit doesn't have to be massive; if you feel you don't want to create whole articles, then just fixing spelling errors and broken links is enough.
 
* An edit doesn't have to be massive; if you feel you don't want to create whole articles, then just fixing spelling errors and broken links is enough.

Revision as of 18:21, 24 January 2016

How to help?
To write a new article, just enter the article title in the box below.



Registering
  • Feel free to register and join our user base by clicking Here
Not sure where to start?
Adding content
  • The wiki needs updates and tweaks to the current god pages, lore, skins, items and abilities.
  • If you are unsure of what to do or how to create a page, search for a few articles on the same topic and see what they look like. You can always view the source code in a wiki and learn from what others have done.
  • An edit doesn't have to be massive; if you feel you don't want to create whole articles, then just fixing spelling errors and broken links is enough.