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Arcan Cetin

aka Q. Dom Moogly

  • I live in oak harbor, washington
  • I was born on August 20
  • I am A MAN
Welcome, Arcan Cetin!


Hi Arcan Cetin, welcome to the Elder Scrolls Wiki! We're building a collaborative source of information for the Elder Scrolls lore, and we need your help. We saw you making some changes to our articles, and thank you for it. Hope you choose to further this project, and that we'll see you around in the future. If you choose to stay, here are some links to help you out:

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Fort DawnguardEdit

I will unlock it for you, but please read our guidelines before making an edit. Jimeee (talk) 21:58, July 12, 2012 (UTC)

Re:TriviaEdit

In all actually, your assumption is likely correct. I've noticed them adding this book near beds (and bedrolls) of male characters, since Morrowind even. However, I thought the information was better suited for the section about the rooftops, non? At any rate, you seem to be doing a fine job with the article; thought I would lend some help where I could. Happy editing! :D --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 03:47, July 13, 2012 (UTC)

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Last time I knew, the article was protected. Looks like an admin unlocked it so another editor could clean it up. These are the dangers who face, by doing such a thing on incredibly popular pages. If the page gets worse, I will lock it again. But, I want to give other editors the chance to mend it, since I am not knowledgeable on the topic of archery, and personally have no interest in editing an article on it. --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 05:16, July 13, 2012 (UTC)
Haha! I actually luled at that. Well, if someone changes the wording again out of confusion, let's stick to your term. --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 11:47, July 13, 2012 (UTC)

Fort DawnguardEdit

I saw your edits, they were good and in keeping with the style of the other sections. If you like other important locations could do with this treatment. I did a few myself for example The Drunken Huntsman and Warmaiden's

Jimeee (talk) 13:28, July 13, 2012 (UTC)

Re: LockedEdit

Pages get locked because they are either prone to, anticipated to be, or have been vandalized. There are two types of locks, one that allows only registered users to edit (i.e. no anon editors), and one that only allows admins to edit. Unfortunately we have to do this as a spam prevention measure, at least until hype surrounding Dawnguard dies down and people stop trying to abuse this site. HaLo2FrEeEk Here I am! 13:40, July 13, 2012 (UTC)

Re:Bone Hawk RingEdit

There is likely a list that contains the article Bone Hawk Ring, but it seems to be significant enough to warrant an individual article. If the information there is correct, you're always welcome to fix it and remove the false information.

Sorry about not answering your other question earlier, I literally had to run out the door to catch a ride to work. At any rate, yes, links to Wikipedia are permitted on the wiki. Anything that helps further the understanding of a topic is good for TESWiki. Hope this answers your question. --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 01:29, July 14, 2012 (UTC)

Heartfire helpEdit

Apologies for responding so late, but I have been largely inactive on the wiki due to a personal hiatus and desire to contribute to Wikipedia's Good article project. At any rate, it appears that most of the Hearthfire namespace has been added, however, I can still offer instruction on the creation of articles and templates. First, new articles can be created either by going to Special:CreatePage, clicking the the "contribute" drop down menu in the upper righthand corner and selecting "Add a page", or by clicking on a redlink in an article. Templates can be created the same way, but the Template: namespace needs to be included before the name you want to give the template. As it stands, I'm not certain which color the community has decided to use for The Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire infoboxes, but from what I've gathered, the traditional Skyrim infoboxes are in use. Hope this helps! Any further questions should be directed toward the folks on the IRC. --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 21:18, September 11, 2012 (UTC)

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