Read Before Posting~ The Player Guides Section

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figtree2

Polemarch
Please read the information below before making a post.
Before Making A Guide...
Before you make a post here you need to make sure that you have added the correct prefix to your thread. This is above the title line. Please make sure to include an appropriate title for your guide. If your guide is about a specific game aspect, please add that in the title. If your guide involves multiple things, you can simply name it after yourself.

Post Prefixes
Question This prefix is not to be used in these sections.

Discussion This prefix is not to be used in these sections.

Guides This prefix is to be used in the main section ONLY.

Wiki_Guide* This prefix is to be used in the main section ONLY. It is used to identify a guide that is on the wiki.

Answered This prefix is not to be used in these sections.

FAQ This prefix is not to be used in these sections.

Tool* This prefix is used to identify a tool. Please use it in the community based projects subforum.

Script* This prefix is used to identify an approved script.
Do not use it.

* means that the prefix is new.

Guide Content
•Firstly, your guide must agree with all forum rules.
•Make sure you read your content before posting.
•The only thing allowed in the Guides Section is guides.
•Ask gameplay questions in the appropriate section.
•This section is moderated. You must wait for a moderator to approve your guide.
•Your guide should include an introduction about what it will cover.
•Your guide must include a body (the guide itself) or it will be deleted.
•It is also recommended to summarize your guide (like the closing paragraph on a paper).

Community Based Projects
If your tool does not fit into a category, please post it in the main section. I will get into detail about how to handle scripts and tools.

Before Posting Scripts:
•Scripts may NOT replace premium features.
•A script may never be completely automate, No bots.
•The scripts won't show up in the forum until a moderator has approved the post.
•The actual code of the script must be included.
•A description of what the script actually does should be added.
•What browser(s) will the script work on and not work on.
•Any other important information or instructions that would need to be posted along with the script.
You may find a list of currently approved scripts here.

Before Posting Tools:
•Use this to access data.
•Make sure you include a description of your tool.
•The tool will not show up until approved by a moderator.
•Add any other information or instructions for your tool in your post.

The programming discussions section is to be used to discuss various programming languages, techniques, and/or elements in your project.
 
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