User:Embyr 75/Sandbox

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My Sandbox! :D

New Help Guide Nav

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New Community Nav

One of these three headers could be used, OR we could rotate between the three. =O Any of these could also be implemented for the Help Guide.

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Unsatisfactory Room Articles:

Metroid Prime

Frigate Orpheon

  • Complete.

Tallon Overworld

Chozo Ruins

Magmoor Caverns

Phendrana Drifts

Phazon Mines

Impact Crater

"Unused" Images

Help:Metroid Wiki Exclusives (Title Pending)

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Metroid Wiki Exclusives are part of an ever-expanding, user-supported project here on Metroid Wiki. Through this medium, fans of the Metroid series can write creative pieces on anything Metroid related, submit them for review, and enjoy sharing their work via the Exclusive Portal on the main page. Continue reading to learn more!

Rules and Guidelines

While the general content and topic of the Metroid-related article are left up to your imagination, there are a few basic guidelines that should be followed when creating a Metroid Wiki Exclusive. Please remember that your finished product will need to be reviewed by administrators before appearing on the main page, so pay close attention to the following:

  1. Articles should uphold Metroid Wiki's Quality Standards where applicable, including correct spelling and grammar, acceptable length, and even citations, if relevant to the style of the article. Furthermore, profanity is simply not acceptable anywhere on the wiki.
  2. The article should be written and prepared off-wiki. Otherwise, your work is liable to be edited by our userbase.
  3. The article must be Metroid-related.

Submission

Once your article is written, polished, and finalized to your liking, you can submit the article to any member of the active Staff. You may do so using the "Email this user" function on a staff member's userpage, or ask for direction on a staff member's talk page. The administrative body will collaboratively review the article for quality and relevance. If the article is accepted by a majority vote, it will appear on the Metroid Wiki Exclusive Portal on the main page for our readers. If the article is rejected, an administrator will explain why it did not qualify; but don't be discouraged! You can always edit your work and resubmit it, if you wish.

Published Work

Once the article is published, you may add images and edit the content as you please. If it is your work, you may also request that the administrators protect the page from editing, but they will need to unprotect it for you if you want to make any changes.

If the article is not your work, it is generally best not to make edits to the article, even if you don't agree with its contents. These are pieces reflecting the creator's personal opinions, after all, so exercise good judgement and respect the author's hard work. We do encourage lively discussions on the topics published, however, and the article's talk page is available for everyone to edit.