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Welcome, Travis G235, 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 to be successful on this wiki!


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 and 343 Industries have officially stated that there were only twelve Halos. So, face the facts and try not to be stupid enough to create another Halo, otherwise it may be tagged and namespaced.

Rule #2: Mark Your Property! — Whenever you make an article, it is appropriate that you label your property with: {{Writer|Travis G235}} at the top of the article. If at some point you have not finished that article, just insert {{Under Construction}} to notify other users that it is not complete.

Rule #3: Sign Your Name! — Whenever you place 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 username along with the time and date you posted. If you still have any problem on this method, just insert this alternative signature:
—{{Name|Travis G235}} ~~~~~.

For more information on creating an article, visit the Halo Fanon Guide Manual.

Visit the rule page for the full list of rules and policies on Halo Fanon (link in the slider below). Note that other users will point out when you are breaking rules, so it is strongly recommended that you read them before you begin writing.



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Ahalosniper — That Damn Sniper, sniping — Forged in secret, tempered in fire; Cheeky Demon, God Defier
TALK CONTRIBUTIONS — Saturday, July 4 2020 (Pacific Standard Time)
Of course! All that needs to be done is to add "{{Writer|Travis G235}}" to the top of every page you create, which will mark it as your work and automatically categorize it as yours as well.

The one hiccup might be if you're using the Visual Editor, which is the default look when hitting the Edit button for a page; when adding brackets like those mentioned above, sometimes it will just display the brackets instead of generating a template. Instead, what most of us use is the Source editor option, which Wikia has more information on here. Essentially, all you have to do is switch to the Source editor, drop the quote text above into the top of the article, and all's well. The other templates you might see used on the wiki are done in a similar manner. Hope that's helpful!



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Brodie-001The Demon - The Fighter - The Fallen - The Survivor
TALK CONTRIBUTIONS — Saturday 03:35 2020
Hey there. Just so you're aware, I've replaced the rank insignias you uploaded on several of your pages with the standard ones used on the site, as you have uploaded a number of duplicates. For future reference, be sure to use the files already posted on our rank insignia database, thanks.


hello navcom stinky, welcome to the fanon community. Akeno B071 (talk) 04:50, June 15, 2019 (UTC)

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