User talk:Mspartans

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Ahoy! I was going through the recent changes, and I ran across the edits to Nargon. If you'd like to see the page history, take a look here, and I think you can see why it's sticking out at me :-/. I don't want to discourage you from editing, because it's good to see you putting so much effort into improving this page. However, it's always good wiki practice to get into using the Preview button instead of just posting stuff directly. That way, you know if you like what you're about to post before you actually do, and you can catch things like spelling/grammar, line breaks, formatting, and so on without having to waste time and effort making tons of minor edits. In any event, welcome to the YPPedia, and good luck in the future! -- Cedarwings (talk) 17:59, 27 July 2008 (UTC)

Pirate page

Ahoy there,

As per guidelines, trinkets should be in a show/hide box on a user's pirate page. Due to the fact the show/hide boxes are currently broken, I have moved your trinkets to Gneiss/trinkets.

Regards, Kris. Avastme Talk 19:15, 7 January 2013 (PST)

Personal reference

I've moved the personal reference items below since they're not really related to the pirate Gneiss:

These items would be suitable to appear on a user namespace page but not a main namespace article. -- Faulkston 20:19, 15 January 2013 (PST)

I have no idea what you mean by "main namespace" vs "user namespace" but I don't want to lose the link references —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mspartans (talkcontribs)
The namespace of a page is everything that comes before the colon in the page's name - so this page, called "User talk:Mspartans" is in the "user talk" namespace. Anything without a colon is in the main namespace - that's most of the wiki. Your user page may be found at User:Mspartans, or you can access it easily by clicking where it says your name at the top of the page (next to "my messages" and "my preferences"). Your user page is yours alone - unless you're using it to break the game ToS, you can do whatever you want with it. --Belthazar451 12:35, 16 January 2013 (PST)