User talk:SnorlaxMonster

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Welcome[edit]

Hello, SnorlaxMonster, and welcome to Pikipedia, a wiki with information regarding Pikmin. The administration thanks you for registering, and has provided some useful links to help familiarize yourself with rules, regulations and other such facilities. We hope you like the place and decide to stay.

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...Wait what, you welcomed yourself? Maybe we should get all users to do this... Teaches template substitution and means we have less to do.

To answer your question about linking to NIWA members, you can see a list of wikis for which interwiki linking is set up here. At the moment, you'll have to trawl through (or search in) that list; I'll get the some (NIWA, Wikia, Wikipedia) added to a help page somewhere. The convention I've used is the series name - for example, mario: for Super Mario Wiki. Pikmin Fanon (it's officially changed its name) is at fanon:. GP

Yeah, I'm from Bulbapedia, so I already new a lot about how substitution works, as well as a lot of other wiki things. Because I don't have any Pikmin games (unless you count SSBB) you probably won't see me doing much unless I'm making templates, killing non-categories like "other" and "misc" (it's surprising how often I find these on wikis), and doing console/SSBB stuff. --SnorlaxMonster 23:43, 22 October 2010 (EDT)
Yeah, we just thought other would be better than 1-item categories, at the time. Or something. And I just thought it weird to...be welcoming yourself. Not something you see every day. GP
Yeah, I usually try to do it if I find the welcome template before someone notices that I've joined, but I've only done it on Bulbanews and here so far. As for one item categories, I do see why you wouldn't want them, but I just found that they could either fit in an existing category (like R.O.B.), found something else that had something in common and grouped them together (like Pikmin forums), or made categories which I knew would get more members in the future (like Game mechanics). --SnorlaxMonster 07:27, 23 October 2010 (EDT)