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::*''(and don't forget Captain Duck's video tutorials, from the [[forums]]!)''
 
::*''(and don't forget Captain Duck's video tutorials, from the [[forums]]!)''
  
:Recommend 3 guide pages: Embark Now Guide (as a guide to what happens if you embark without preparing carefully), Quickstart Guide (a relatively safe guide to help someone who's new to the game, with downloadable save), and Starting build design (a theory discussion about the components of a starting build).  Recommend these be indexed somewhere, likely a page which discusses the mechanics of creating a new world, new game, etc... (I cannot for the life of me remember what the 40d page was called that did that).
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:Recommend 3 guide pages: Quickstart guide (as a guide to what happens if you embark without preparing carefully), Your first fortress (a relatively safe guide to help someone who's new to the game), and Starting build design (a theory discussion about the components of a starting build).
 
:--[[User:Squirrelloid|Squirrelloid]] 08:32, 5 April 2010 (UTC)
 
:--[[User:Squirrelloid|Squirrelloid]] 08:32, 5 April 2010 (UTC)
 
::Starting build design now redirects to [[v0.31:Starting build]]. Your first fortress redirects to [[v0.31:Quickstart guide]].
 
::Starting build design now redirects to [[v0.31:Starting build]]. Your first fortress redirects to [[v0.31:Quickstart guide]].

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