The Shadow Odyssey

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Welcome to EQ2i

Hello Kriptini, and welcome to EQ2i! Thank you for your contributions. We hope you decide to stay. Please edit to your heart's content and don't worry overmuch about getting it right. If you're unsure of how to use any of our templates at the site, don't panic! Just start a new article and place {{wikify}} at the top of the page. Another editor will take care of the rest. Here is some general information you might find useful:

And here are some very basic editing tips:

  • If you need something deleted, place {{delete|the reason here}} on the top of the page.
  • If you see something where you know the name is not right, use the "move" link to change the name of the page.
  • If you find a page name that you are unsure if it has the correct name, place {{CapCheck|suggested correct spelling}} on the top of the page.
  • For information that you would like others to verify in-game use {{FactCheck|what you need checked}}.
  • And if all else fails and you're just not sure what to do, place {{Admin Needed|the reason here}} on the top of the page. There is also the "Report Problems" link that should appear on all pages; it is a help-ticket system that all wikis are using.

If you need any additional help, just drop by my talk page or any of the admin's talk pages. We'd be glad to help.

Kodia 02:04, 2 March 2009 (UTC)

Ka'El Ka'Vrish Edit

Nice work adding the Ka'El Ka'Vrish info. No worries on the mistaken markup at first. It's great to have this kind of information! Thanks also for the image of the mob. Now if we could only convince someone to take one for the team for a closeup shot....;-) --Kodia 01:24, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, I'm still trying to get the hang of this. I've got TONS of close-ups of various names, what is the preffered size of screenshots here?--Kriptini 01:47, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

Well the max file size is 10 MB. In a lot of cases, the templates we use automatically adjust the dimensions of the images that get placed on the page. Obviously use some judgment when uploading your files if they take up a lot of memory, but if you're concerned about the dimensions, don't worry. We can always make them smaller if necessary. It's making them bigger that's the tough part. We start to lose image quality faster when going up in size. Anything else I can help with? Just let me know.--Kodia 01:53, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

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