aka Carolyn Miehlich

  • I live in Rio Linda, CA
  • I was born on December 26
  • My occupation is Computer Consultant
  • I am Female
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Welcome to EQ2i!

Welcome to EQ2i

Hello and welcome to EQ2i! Thank you for your contributions, especially your recent edits to the File:Minyo Viridis.jpg page. We hope you decide to stay. Please edit to your heart's content and don't worry overmuch about using templates or "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.

-- Chillispike (Talk) 10:16, 29 November 2010


Hiya Vlasdorian.

The easiest way to get itemlinks is to do this.

When you're making a new article for a piece of equipment or item, stop before entering anything in the obtain field and preview the page. It will say something like "No obtain selected - check lootdb or the linkback". The word 'lootdb' will be a hyperlink to Lootdb is a website that's basically a depository of itemlinks. What I like to do is open lootdb in a second window so I can get the itemlink from it, then paste it into the article I'm working on.

A slower way to do it is just search lootdb or for the item you're looking for, although Zam isn't useful for anything that happened after Destiny of Velious.

If this explanation wasn't clear enough just let me know and I'll try my best to help. Jeff (talk|stalk) 00:18, November 20, 2013 (UTC)

I wrote a small program to parse item links from a characters log file if you want to go about it that way also. Let me know and I'll send you the exe, or the code and you can browse through it then compile it yourself. Jado818 (talk) 03:18, December 22, 2013 (UTC)
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