Hey Brandon, I just noticed Nicktc left you a message about a Game people could play here on Fanon, and I was hoping you could post your descision of whether or not it could be done soon, because I think I and others would play it if it happened.
I've got an idea which could bring the community closer. Basically, it's a game set in the Star Wars galaxy which everyone can volunteer and includes over 180 planets which will continuously be updated. If you're good with this, I can explain more if you want?
Alright. Basically, you have the Star Wars map, with quite a lot of planets. One can play any of these planets. Once you have selected a planet, let's take for example, Esfandia, you have to build up your planet, as it takes place just after the fall of the Rakata, only few planets like Byss and Rakata have something left planet-side. Not that this'll be utilized, but anyway. So you have Esfandia, then you have to rebuild the planet back to its older glory. You can perform actions like improving the infrastructure, recruit forces, build roads, conquer planets, etcetera, and you have to end up as the dominant power in the galaxy through diplomacy, war, and any other methods you can imagine.
There's also several other things you can do, like, developing a government as the Esfandian Republic, or become a shipwright, essentially one could form one on any planet. Basically, the Esfandian Shipyards, or something. As a planet you can employ any unit found in canon, and reasonable fanon units can be used as well.
Vulture Droid has moved into outright vandalism now. He reverted a reversion of yours, and has been vandalizing pages with added categorization. Please deal as you see fit. Also, as though you need more on him, this is his sockpuppet account.
Hello Brandon, Are there any applications (or oddly enough real people) that could help a totally overwhelmed older person take her Star Wars stories written in Word and add all the coding necessary for your wiki posting? Also, do you have a review process for submissions, or do they just get thrown up there?
Having done exactly that (I almost always write my articles in Word before posting them), I can probably help you with it. Your best bet is to first register for an account, so you have a "base of operations", if you will, for posting (User page, distinct User name attached to your articles, etc.). Feel free to message me on my wall once you're registered and I'll see what I can do to help.
Not sure I'd go that far, but that's not a stupid question; it's actually been so long since I registered that I forgot the answer myself and had to log out to find out.
Up at the top, to the right of the search bar, you should see a little silhouetted person with an option to "Sign in". In the menu under that, the blue tab should read "Sign Up". Click that, and it will take you through the registration process.