Y'know, the local navigation. That bit above the pages with the logo and the name of the wiki and all the links that nobody ever uses.
During a conversation with Fantendo's Wiki Manager, Atvelonis, he suggested altering how the local nav was laid out to put more emphasis on pages that readers would be interested in, rather than pages that editors would be interested in. With that advice in mind, I'm trying my hand at reorganizing it to prioritize user-created content without ditching most of the stuff included in the previous version.
I'll be posting the "first draft" of the changed local nav shortly after this blog goes up. Feel free to give opinions and/or suggestions on the new set-up in the comments of this blog.
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Y'know, Shards of Reality? The blandish turn-based RPG crossover I started about 19000 edits ago, and hadn't touched for fourteen months prior to my edits on it yesterday? Yeah, I'm revisiting it, and trying my hand at making it less bland. So far, I'm pretty satisfied with how it's turning out? Figured I was ready to open the gates to ability requests.
So, uh... Pls give me permission to use your characters (or suggestions as to what characters you'd like me to use if all your stuff's free-to-use anyway) in the comments.
I'm open to suggestions for mechanical directions to take your characters in; but you don't have to, since I'm more than fine with doing things on my own.
- Unten Bluzen: A balanced physical fighter who dabbles in support and …
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When you make a page, it shouldn't just be a few introductory sentences. Put some more effort into it. Actually describe things. You can't just say you'll work on it later and then expect it to not get tagged with a Rewrite Request. That isn't how this community works. The Construction template doesn't really exempt you from this rule either.
If you don't have enough content yet, and you're biggest worry is losing what you've already got, then you can still just copy-paste what you've already got into Google Docs or WordPad or Microsoft Word or Sta.sh or Google Keep or whatever you prefer to use, and then copy-paste it back in later when you're ready to work on it some more. (Though that probably works best with the Source Editor, huh...?)
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