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Nice work on the Ranger! There was a few things I wanted to fix on it, but I'll wait until you seem done :) I'll leave a message on the talk page of the Ranger.
Welcome to DiabloWiki, is this your first experience with a wiki? --Leord 16:31, 12 June 2009 (CEST)
- Thanks for the welcome. I have done some work on Wikipedia, but I am by no means a Wiki expert. Feel free to make whatever edits you want! I'm at work right now, so I just wanted to at least get the placeholder and information out there - I submitted this as an entry to the contest a couple months back, so I had all the information sitting in a Word doc ;) --Tigreye007 16:48, 12 June 2009 (CEST)
- Cool! Oki, I'm right on it actually. Could you also add the "development" and "references" sections? I mean you can link to the contest, and also write shortly when you started working on it, when/if you ever sent it in, and how long it took to write it all etc. --Leord 17:20, 12 June 2009 (CEST)
- I have added the development and references sections and posted the recommended information. How's it look? --Tigreye007 17:56, 12 June 2009 (CEST)
- Very good! I changed it a bit to be more "encyclopaedic", like removing phrases like "I thought" etc. I also added the fan class info box, so people can see it's not a real class. Great job. Ever thought of writing a little background for it? :) --Leord 18:20, 12 June 2009 (CEST)
- I am a horrible writer, so it's never even crossed my mind. Also, I'm not really up on the lore of most games, so it really wouldn't flow or mesh with any existing lore. When it comes to games, I don't do it for the questing or storyline -- I do it for the gear, maxing of the levels, strategy, teamwork (especially in the case of FFXI), and the fun of destroying things much weaker than I. To put it in perspective, the reason I go back to DII every once in a while is to attempt to make a rogue build work and to find the best gear in the game. --Tigreye007 18:33, 12 June 2009 (CEST)