I decided I'd register and post this as a heads up regarding the birthdates of several dwarves and the end of the vapiric wars.
Most of the founders' births are listed as in the 180s which at thier oldest would make even the likes of Fischer, Talvi, and Splint only in thier thirties and thus unable to have participated in the wars, which ended in the 130s and 140s. As such I'm going to bump up the end of the vapiric wars to the 150s so that they could have conceivably participated in the final major battles while still being thier proper ages (between thier late 60s and early to mid 80s as I recall.)Read more >
Something interesting to note: I've worked on the infoboxes for this wiki. In particular, the infoboxes for characters. I'm sure you've seen them before - they're the little rectangular boxes that contain info, generally on the right-hand side of a page...
Kind of like this, over here on the right-hand side of the page.
The way to make one of these is really, really simple. All you really have to do is add the following code:
Putting the double brackets around a word turns it into a link, like the "Spearbreakers" in the example above.
It's really simple! I wanted to put this little tutorial out there so everyone else will know how it works.
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If you have any questions, ask. I'll be happy to help.
This is a blog post. I'm so freaking creative.
No, really. We could use some help on the wiki, guys. We have plenty of red links - if you see a red link you can help with, click it and make a new page. Make an account to make it a little easier for me to keep track of stuff, if you'd like. Try to make sure your pages have links in them - I can of course add them later, but hey - makes my job a little easier and only takes a second or two of your time.
We have a lot to add, and we're nowhere near finished. We have events, characters, places - the whole of the Vanya story still needs to be written out, for one. If you can provide art, help with it if you can. It's easy. The Spearbreakers thread is winding down, but if we use that as a sounding…
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