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Welcome to PvXWiki, the largest database of Guild Wars character builds! This is a guide for people new to PvXWiki, it gives an overview of our policies and general tips for editing and creating builds.
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Welcome to PvXWiki, the largest database of Guild Wars character builds! This is a guide for people new to PvXWiki, it gives an overview of our policies and general tips for editing and creating builds. There is also a small section on how to customize your own user page and signature.
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Note that these pages were created for users using the Monobook skin. The Wikia default skin is Monaco, so to change to Monobook (strongly advised) go to ''my preferences'' → ''skin'' → ''Monobook''.
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==Things You Should Do==
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*[[PvX:SIGN|Sign]] all your comments, using four tildes (written as <nowiki>~~~~</nowiki>)
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*Keep your actions within [[PvX:Policy|policy]] and try to follow guidelines.
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*When editing pages, use the 'Show preview' button. This can be found underneath the editing window.
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*Remember to [[PvX:INDENT|indent]] your comments on talk pages.
   
 
==Things You Should Read==
 
==Things You Should Read==
*[[/Policies|Guide to important PvXwiki policies]] - Read this first, probably.
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*[[/Policies|Guide to important PvXwiki policies]] - Read this first.
 
*[[/Editing|General Article editing guide]] - Basic wikicode.
 
*[[/Editing|General Article editing guide]] - Basic wikicode.
 
*[[/Build Creation|How to make a build]] - How to create a build, general guide.
 
*[[/Build Creation|How to make a build]] - How to create a build, general guide.

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Welcome to PvXWiki, the largest database of Guild Wars character builds! This is a guide for people new to PvXWiki, it gives an overview of our policies and general tips for editing and creating builds. There is also a small section on how to customize your own user page and signature.

Note that these pages were created for users using the Monobook skin. The Wikia default skin is Monaco, so to change to Monobook (strongly advised) go to my preferencesskinMonobook.

Things You Should DoEdit

  • Sign all your comments, using four tildes (written as ~~~~)
  • Keep your actions within policy and try to follow guidelines.
  • When editing pages, use the 'Show preview' button. This can be found underneath the editing window.
  • Remember to indent your comments on talk pages.

Things You Should ReadEdit


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