User talk:1337 w0n
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Why do you have all of your stuff typed out on your user page instead of just making pages for them? If you want people to be able to find your stuff from your user page, you can link to it like I've got. If you make separate pages for all of your stuff, it will be easier for people to stumble on them and read them. --Salasay Δ 11:11, 31 January 2014 (MST)
- Just because something isn't ready doesn't mean you shouldn't go ahead and make the page. If you are going to plan stuff out first and then make the page, MS Word is more useful because it has spell and grammar check. --Salasay Δ 11:59, 31 January 2014 (MST)
- I do not have access to Microsoft Word, the only text editing program I have is notepad. And each article has it's own reasons for not being it's own page: The name "Bookshroom" may not be final, There are several Elamentalist classes already (it's also a Warlock clone), and Time Period Adjustments will not be complete for a while, as I've stopped working on it.--1337 w0n (talk) 12:48, 31 January 2014 (MST)