So you've created an account. Great! The first thing you need to do is edit your userpage, especially if you like introducing or describing yourself. Click the edit button and add anything you want people to know about you. What do you want people to know about? What do you have to show off?
Making Your First Edits
Great! You've finished your user page! Now you've got to make your first edit. Click the "Random Page" button. This will take you to a random page on the wiki. Whatever page you land on, click that edit button at the top of the screen, or instead, you can search for a page and click the edit button. When editing, add helpful information. For more on Good Edits, see our Editing Protocol. Once you've finished, click the "Publish" button, or "Save page" if using VisualEditor.
Badges are "rewards" for making Good Edits. Earning a badge will give you points. There are three types of badges; bronze, silver, and gold. Bronze badges give you 10 achievement points. Silver gives you 50 and gold gives you 100. There are several different types of badges that are available to be earned.
- Making at least one contribution every day (Note that if you made a contribution every 365 days, you will earn a Platinum Badge, with 250 achievement points).
- Editing pages.
- Adding categories.
- Adding photos.
- Writing or commenting on blogs.
- Editing a page with the Weapons category.
- Editing a page with the Enemies category.
- Making a lucky wiki interval of 1,000 edit.
The Lucky Edit is the WIKI'S interval of one thousand edit, not yours.
Having a Good Reputation
A Good Reputation is important when editing on a wiki. Having a good reputation will earn you trust among administrators. This could possibly live up to a promotion in the future. See . Having a bad reputation will not earn you trust and may make you disliked among other users. This may lead up to a potential block. Bad edits, rude commenting, and other breaking of rules will earn you a bad reputation.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask any of these staff members. Asking an active staff member will have you receive a message quicker.