Welcome to TheFutureOfEuropes Wiki! The Community Portal is where this wiki community comes together to organize and discuss projects for the wiki. To see the most recent discussions, click the Discussion tab above.
You can find out more general information about the wiki on the About page.
New to wikis?
- If you are new to wikis, you may want to read the tutorial.
- There is some advice on getting this wiki started at Help:Starting this wiki.
- A list of most help pages can be found on Help:Contents and in Category:Help.
How to help out
- If you want to help but you're not sure where to start, try improving the various stub articles by adding content.
- Another helpful activity would be to check the list of wanted pages for frequently linked-to articles that don't exist yet.
- To follow the changes to this wiki, and to look out for new users and edits use recent changes.
- You can find a list of useful templates on Category:Templates, some of which are documented on TheFutureOfEuropes Wiki:Templates.
- If you need help editing, you could start with Help:Editing or the tutorial.
Want to discuss stuff?
- If you want to discuss anything specific to an article, you can use the talk page for that article.
- For more general discussions you can use the Discussion tab of this page, or a Forum if the forums have been set up.
Things to do
The help desk is where you can get help and learn about the technical side of editing on this wiki.
Best Map usage plans
A few general rules concerning the map as to ensure "image success:"
- Always copy the full-size (in pixels) version of the map to avoid 'pixelation' and blurring.
- Make all nations different colours.
- Record the map in Png format to avoid 'pixelation' and blurring.
- Try to keep game maps up to date.
- Coloured circles inside a nations mean they are a protectorate, client/satellite state, etc. of another nation. Stripes indicate joint rule with or by other powers.
- It's not always beneficial to draw a game map's border lines willy-nilly; if possible, try to find resources such as on Wikipedia to get inspiration.