Welcome to this wiki! Dwarf Fortress rapidly becomes more complicated, and we're always glad to have new writers.
Since you should try to follow wiki standards, and you probably don't know ours yet, we've made a list of basic guidelines. Note that this is a template, not a customized message for you.
- To tell us who you are when you talk, please sign your posts on discussion pages by typing
- Don't put a question mark in the title of a page. Question marks mess things up, and your page will be moved to a different name.
- When making comments on a talk page, use one more colon before each line in your comment than was used in the comment you reply to. In general, put exactly one empty line between comments by different users but do not use blank lines inside of a comment.
- Avoid making many small edits to a page. Instead, try to make one large edit. This makes the history of the page a lot easier to read.
- Don't edit the user page of another user. If you want to tell them something, add the comment to their talk page.
- If you put a comment at the bottom of a talk page with section headers, you've probably put it in a section. Putting things in the wrong sections is confusing. You can create a section!
- Generally, read and follow the rules. They're like a little constitution, except not boring! Really, read them.
I'm not all that good with formatting pages, so this is about the best I can do.
In the future, if you know (or suspect) that it's not good enough - if (in this case) the image might be cramping the existing material on the page, do one page, ask for assistance in the "Summary" line, and see if someone can show you how to improve it. THEN go ahead and hit the other pages. Or, try to find a page with something closer to what you're looking for, and copy/adapt that code. The addition of images is not a bad plan (especially to otherwise empty pages), so long as it "improves" and doesn't do as much harm as good (or so). Welcome to the wiki.--Albedo 21:21, 23 September 2009 (UTC)
Please do not muddy DF articles with RL facts. Just what affects the game play. Readya later.--Albedo 03:57, 20 April 2010 (UTC)
- Hi. I like the real world facts you add to the wiki, but you should be careful to place them in a way so that nobody will confuse them for game info. VengefulDonut 04:52, 12 May 2010 (UTC)