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You're invited! Edit
Please consider joining.We would like support from the more experienced users.
Meh... I've already seen this invitation on another userpage. From what I can see, there really isn't much to this group. I'm not really much of a mainspace editor anyway.
You're invited! Edit
You've been invited as a V.I.P guest for my event taking place on my userpage. Check it for details and let me know if you're interested.
I happened upon BlueHighwind's answer to this invitation, his question of what this whole thing is about, and your answer to that question. All in all, I must say that I am not impressed. It may be fun at first, but eventually will be long and so drawn out that people reading it (if there are any left) will be begging for it to be finished already. Yes you can throw my name around in whatever little story you have here, but, for the love of God, don't make it turn out into this big flop that you will despise for the rest of your life. If I see this is taking a turn for the worst, I will instruct you to kill off my character immediately. So, after a far too long reply, yes you can use me as a character in your tournament.
Alright then. I've yet to decide ow people win. Coin flip, name in a hat, and/or popular vote are my choices right now. If you have another suggestion (that is not nearly as long as your answer) I'm open to it.
i am just saying that i loved your walkthrough for final fantasy. i can't wait till you finish your walkthrough of FF2. oh and i was wondering if you could give me some tips on making my own walkthrough. you are awsome
Well... thanks for the praise and everything, but I really haven't been around the wiki in a while. I've been playing some less involved games lately and working on that school stuff so my gpa doesn't drop off the face of the earth like last year. I am determined to finnish my FF2 walkthrough eventually, then move on to something else (maybe a third walkthrough, but I don't know)
Tips for writing walkthroughs? Well, the best I can say is that a walkthrough really needs structure. If you just write without any organization, people loose intrest quickly because it's too hard to read. You also need to look at every avalable bit of information about the game you are walkthroughing. Leave no scrap of viatal information out, because that could mean a reader relying on only your words won't understand how to do something. Most importantly, be original. Make your own layout to follow, give your opinions, tell your own strategies, and have fun with it.Oh, I forgot to mention that to write a walkthrough on this wiki, you have to be a user. Signing up is free if your interested. Thanks again for the compliment.