Welcome, AGLA Epsilon, to Halo Fanon: the wiki where you can write fan-made article(s) about the popular Halo series! Just follow these 3 basic rules and you will be guaranteed not to be flamed!

Rule #1 - Follow Canon! - What is Canon? By definition, it is the body of works considered genuine or official within a fictional universe. For example, Bungie has officially claimed that there were only Seven Halos. So, face the fact and try not to be stupid enough to create another Halo, otherwise it will be Flamed.

Rule #2 - Mark Your Property! - Whenever you make an article, it is appropriate that you label your property with: {{Property|YourUsernameHere}} at the top of the article. If at some point you have not finished that article, just insert {{Under Construction|YourUsernameHere}} to notify other users that it is not complete.

Rule #3 - Sign Your Name! - Whenever you placed a comment on a talk page, please sign in your name, insert the --~~~~ at the bottom of your comment. When you press the "Save Page" button, Halo Fanon will automatically convert the --~~~~ to YOUR user name along with the time and date you posted. If you still have any problem on this method, just insert this alternative signature [[User:USERNAME|USERNAME]].

For more information on creating an article, visit the Halo Fan Fiction Guide Manual. It is extremely helpful and the language is very consistent with the teenagers of the present.

If you have any questions, ask the on duty admin or a member of the admin team

Welcome... again!

CarpeJugulumWell, if you are honestly going to read this, you should soon realize that there is, in fact, nothing really written here. Good day to you, <insert name here>
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Remember me? Anyways, good to see you've created yourself an account. One more thing, however. At the top of each article, use this code: {{Writer|AGLA Epsilon}}. This allows anyone who views you page to see whose article it is at a glance. To see some examples, check some of the links in my signature.

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