Fantendo - Nintendo Fanon Wiki


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Welcome to Fantendo, wiki of Nintendo fanon! Fantendo is where Nintendo fans create their own games, characters, fan-fiction.

If you are new to wikis you should probably go here to learn how they work. A few other tips are listed below on this page, but more in-depth help is located here. To refine your editing, feel free to play in the sandbox. Also remember to look at the guidelines below to know how to be a good user on Fantendo. There are also some Wikia policies you must follow, found here.

The text of this site is freely licensed under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). For more information, see here.

Some Tips

  1. BE BOLD! in updating pages. Go ahead, it's a wiki!
    Encourage others, including those who disagree with you, likewise to BE BOLD!
  2. Be civil to other users at all times. Flaming and insulting is never tolerated.
  3. When in doubt, take it to the talk page. We have all the time in the world. Although everyone knows that their writing may be edited mercilessly, it is easier to accept changes if the reasons for them are understood. If you discuss changes on the article's talk (or discussion) page before you make them, you should reach consensus faster and happier.
  4. It is never OK to edit a Fan Fiction or Game when the writer requests you don't, except for grammar, spelling, and punctuation corrections. You may also update the categories for that page. Otherwise, this is considered rude. If the act continues, it can be considered spamming.
  5. If you choose to abandon a fan-fiction or game, put {{abandonedgame}} and {{abandonedfic}} on, respectively. Those pages are then released into the public and edited by anyone. To claim the page, you must ask the original creator for permission. Also, if a page is not edited for two months by the creator, then it is considered abandoned (unless the story is finished, of course).
  6. You may make games about Third-Party Characters if they are "released" on a Nintendo console or have Nintendo characters in them. You may even make up the console. Other accepted consoles are ones available for Virtual Console.
  7. Do not get into edit wars. Work out a reasonable solution. The creator of an article has the most rights to decide a such thing.
  8. Do not edit another's user page, unless signing their guest book or another area they let you edit.
  9. Assume good faith; in other words, try to consider the person on the other end of the discussion is a thinking, rational being who is trying to positively contribute to the project — unless, and only unless, you have firm, solid, and objective proof to the contrary. Merely disagreeing with you is no such proof.
  10. Particularly, don't revert good faith edits. Reverting is a little too powerful sometimes. Don't succumb to the temptation, unless you're reverting very obvious vandalism (like "LALALALAL*&*@#@THIS_SUX0RZ", or someone changing "1+2=3" to "1+2=17"). If you really can't stand something, revert once, with an edit summary something like "(rv) I disagree strongly, I'll explain why in talk." and immediately take it to talk.
  11. Be graceful: Be liberal in what you accept, be conservative in what you do. Try to accommodate other people's quirks the best you can, but try to be as polite, solid and straightforward as possible yourself.
  12. Try to limit flaming: Don't insult people for no reason.
  13. Sign your posts on talk pages using ~~~~ which gets replaced by your username and timestamp when you hit submit. But don't sign on mainspace articles. A mainspace article is anything without "User:, Fantendo:, Help:, or Talk:" in front of the title.
  14. Give warnings to adult content. There are some very young kids on Fantendo, so give a warning if adult content is on a page at the top.
  15. Limit swearing: Don't rattle off pointless swearing for no reason other than because you feel like it. Censor stronger swearwords.
  16. No racism/prejudice: Don't make fun of another's ethnicity (race) or religion.
It's important to have fun... but try to make sure those around you have fun too!

Some Wikicode

So you're making a page, an awesome new game. But you don't know how to work anything! What do you do? Here's a list of terms and codes needed to make your page the best.

Code Meaning
<br> Inserts a single-line break.
==Title== Makes "Title" appear huge. Replace "Title" with another word to make that word appear huge.
{{color|your text here|your color here}} Customize the font color!


For more detail about groups rights, see Special:ListGroupRights
For more detail about sysops, see Fantendo:Administrators

In many ways, Fantendo itself is much like a game. We have four main ranks, which control how much of the site you can access. Rising up the ranks is determined by how active and helpful a user is in the community and how much maintenance they do, among other things.

rank abilities
IP address – the default rank which appears when you access Fantendo. IPs cannot contribute to the wiki, so we highly recommend that you create an account.
  • Browse most of the site
User – The easiest rank to achieve, done by creating an account.
  • Edit articles
  • Edit talk pages
  • Make fan-fics and fan games
  • Enter their game articles in contests or events
  • Upload images
  • Create signatures
  • Blog in the User Blog
  • Propose new ideas at the Community Portal
  • Personalize the look of the site in their monobook
  • Everything an IP can do
Chat Moderator – A user responsible for patrolling chat.
  • Kick users from chat
  • Ban/unban users from chat
  • Everything a user can do.
Rollback – A user responsible to revert bad edits
  • "Rollback" vandalism or bad edits
  • Everything a user can do
System Operators – Sysops are users who have been given extra rights due to being very active and helpful users. Sysops are expected to use their powers to clean the wiki and keep it flowing smoothly, rather than abusing them to command others.
  • Block unruly users and IP adresses and "rollback" profane edits
  • Kick and ban users from chat
  • Protect pages so it cannot be edited or renamed by users and edit said pages
  • Delete and restore pages, histories, and uploaded files
  • Control and design events
  • Create Medals
  • Everything a user can do
Bureaucrats – Very few members go beyond sysop. However, the lucky and the few, become bureaucrats. Bureaucrats are much like sysops except that they are active and trusted enough to give other users sysop rights.
  • Promote users to the sysop rank
  • Editing the interface by changing system messages and skins.
  • Everything a sysop can do

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