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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Welcome to Music's sandbox!
This page exists so that you can practice editing or formatting (see Editing help) without changing any serious content. Feel free to try wiki-editing out here first.
There is a tutorial on the Central Wikia that will step you through more of the things you can do. Wiki formatting can look overwhelming when you begin, but just start with the basics... enter some text, and learn the other pieces as you go. All contributions are welcome.
Best wishes!

This page is for any tests.

Welcome to the sandbox!

Anyone can edit this.

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Simple Editing

To edit a page, click on the "edit" tab, usually near the top of the page. Then, edit the box in the page. Feel free to practice here, on this page. It's here just for you to practice.

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Make sure your image is uploaded first by going to Special:Upload

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Coronation Street

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Best wishes!

This page is for any tests.

Welcome to the sandbox!

Anyone can edit this.

Simple Editing

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A blank line indicates a paragraph separation.

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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

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Previous story:
Friends With the Sparrows
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Greater Than the Sum
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Muppet

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Dofus Wiki

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Fallout

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Guild Wars

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test

Schedule

Last update: Monday, 15:05 (UTC)

Zaishen Mission Tier Title Campaign Date
A Gate Too Far E2 Norn Eye of the North 2010-03-13
A Time for Heroes E2 Dwarf Eye of the North 2010-02-23
Abaddon's Gate 3 Lightbringer Nightfall 2010-02-02
Abaddon's Mouth 3 Prophecies 2010-02-12
Against the Charr E1 Vanguard Eye of the North 2010-02-11
Arborstone 3 Kurzick Factions 2010-03-25
Assault on the Stronghold E2 Vanguard Eye of the North 2010-03-02
Augury Rock 2 Prophecies 2010-02-04
Aurora Glade 2 Prophecies 2010-02-22
Blacktide Den 1 Sunspear Nightfall 2010-02-10
Blood Washes Blood E1 Norn Eye of the North 2010-04-07
Bloodstone Fen 2 Prophecies 2010-04-08
Boreas Seabed 3 Luxon Factions 2010-03-29
Zen Daijun 1 Factions 2010-02-15
Facts about SandboxRDF feed

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

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Overview

The Blista Compact is a 2 door hatchback available in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto IV. It is easy to find almost anywhere in Vice City or San Andreas, and is generally considered to be a satisfactory car. It is highly useful for quick getaways and general evasive purposes. A people mover is made by the same company, but is only found in Liberty City; strangely there are no Blista Compacts there, so you never see the two vehicles at the same time.

Design

Like its design influence, the first generation Honda CRX, the Blista Compact sports a fastback design and a very small curb weight. In fact, the Blista Compact is easily the smallest (and lightest) passenger car in Vice City and San Andreas, if not GTA IV as well. The design for the Blista Compact is nearly the same as GTA San andreas.

Performance

Acceleration and speed are quite impressive, as are handling and braking. The small engine (likely only a 4-cylinder, despite sounding very similar to larger engines in GTA: VC and GTA: SA) easily propels the light chassis, even with the paltry torque it delivers to the front-wheel drivetrain. The car's small size and tight handling make it highly stable and generally immune to flipping. However, this means the Blista Compact is also highly susceptible to intense damage from even the smallest vehicles at high enough speeds, and from heavy gunfire as well. In GTA IV the blista compact is the best vehicle to do U-turns and is the lightest sports car in the game. There has not been many changes in performance.

Modifications (GTA:SA)

  • Color
  • Hood
  • Vents
  • Exhausts
  • Nitro (all)
  • Roof
  • Spoilers
  • Side Skirts
  • Wheels
  • Car Stereo
  • Hydraulics

NotYouHaha! 20:59, 28 June 2008 (UTC)

Signature

I just made a custom signature and wanted to see if i did it right without wrecking a page, so i cam here. Biggest GTA Fan EverTalk 10:38, 9 August 2008 (UTC)

I customised it further, here goes. Biggest GTA Fan EverTalk 11:02, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

Gumshoe

The Gumshoe is a modified version of the Burrito which is featured in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. The Gumshoe is only avaiable without cheats during the mission 'Scrambled' for Wade Heston.

Police Maverick with Machine Gun

The Police Maverick the cops use against the player when you have a 3 star wanted level or higher has a machine gun attached to its bottom. It is, however, unknown how to obtain this vehicle, it might be obtainable with a cheat device or a mod. The normal Police Maverick that spawns on top of the LSPD Police Station after the mission Learning to Fly has only a light on its bottom, which can be turned on during the night by pressing the horn button (L3 on the PS2).

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
(Redirected to Sandbox (Level) article)

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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Sandbox
Game
Game

Halo 3

Features
Location

Unknown world, possibly on one of Te's moons

Terrain

Slightly eroded Forerunner structures, desert sand

Details
Weapons on Map
Vehicles on map
Equipment on map
Power-ups on map

Overshield

Preferred Gametypes
Recommended Number of Players

4-12

  [Source]
"This endless wasteland still holds many secrets. Some of them are held more deeply than others."


Sandbox is a map that is included in the Mythic Map Pack.[1] It was stated by Bungie to be the "ultimate Forge map". Sandbox was first released along with the Halo Wars: Limited Edition, and was released to Xbox Live Marketplace on April 9th, 2009.

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Overview

Sandbox's setting and architecture are similar to Sandtrap, but its forging capabilities greatly surpass Foundry[2]. The map consists of three distinctive layers: the main ground area best for vehicle-based maps, the "Sky Bubble", a location high above that can be used to create floating maps with falling death barriers, and "The Crypt" underneath which is the best way for making enclosed arenas. The layers are separated by default, but can be accessed and connected in Forge.[3]

Sandbox, along with the other two Mythic Maps, Assembly and Orbital were shipped with the Limited Edition of Halo Wars. These maps were then released on Xbox Live Marketplace on April 9, 2009. The release date for the other three Mythic maps was released with Halo 3: ODST on September 22, 2009.

Setting

The crescent in the sky.

Sandbox is set in the midst of a barren desert surrounded by many rolling sand dunes, similar to Sandtrap. Large Forerunner towers can be seen in the distance. Bungie hinted that, similar to Sandtrap, the Covenant may have also conducted archaeological excavations here.[4] The map is based at sunset, with a ringed gas giant in the sky, and a setting sun on the horizon.

Sandbox's watchtowers have the ability to seek out and kill players if they move outside Sandbox. If the player moves outside of the barrier, the watchtowers will shoot out yellow lasers which will instantly destroy them, even if they are inside a vehicle (although these watchtowers can be blocked off or overloaded in Forge).[5][6]

Default Sandbox

The default Sandbox is perfectly symmetrical, and considered by Bungie to be a medium-large map. It contains two bases opposite each other, with cover laid in between. Over each base floats a colored light. One light is blue, and one light is red. The map's vehicular arsenal includes a Chopper, Warthog and two Mongooses for each team. Infantry have access to Rocket Launchers and Missile Pods to counter them, and an Overshield is located on top of a pillar in the center of the map.[7]

The structures are similar to Sandtrap's, being constructed of weathered rock and other similar materials. The surrounding terrain is composed of sand dunes, with large Forerunner walls in the distance. In Forge, the default Sandbox has a grid to help line up objects.

Features

Sky Bubble

The Sky Bubble and the grid in Forge.

The Sky Bubble is an area in Sandbox located high above the ground level. This region can be reached via built-in teleporter in Forge, allowing game-play on both the normal map and the Sky Bubble at the same time. To aid in the forging process, the Sky Bubble has another grid system to help line up objects. It should be noted that all objects besides those in the scenery menu will fall through the grid onto the lower level.

The Sky Bubble is about 3 times larger than the ground area of the default Sandbox. Although at first glance the skybubble may seem to be circular, it is actually a 36-sided regular polygon. The distance from the center to a corner of the bubble is about 66.4 grid units, making its area roughly 13,851 grid squares.

The tops of the watchtowers from the ground floor are higher than the "ground" of the Sky Bubble; they cast light over the area. When the player falls off the edge of objects he or she has placed, there is a death barrier between the Sky Bubble and the ground below, so maps like Guardian and Ascension could be accurately remade. This particular barrier has only placed under the grid area however, making it possible for players to use the outside of the Sky Bubble as a means to traverse between the ground floor without the use of a teleporter (provided that they have built a protective barrier against the watchtowers or permanently overloaded the map). Despite the huge distance, weapons capable of sniping are able to scope the distance between the ground floor and Sky Bubble with a degree of proficiency.

The Crypt

The Crypt is a large, enclosed area located under Sandbox. It can be accessed by removing the flat block in the center of the map (if you prevent it from spawning at start it will still be there and you can't delete it, can be fixed by starting a new round) and dropping down the shaft, which is very long and dark. The Crypt has the exact dimensions of a Grifball court. The floor is square-shaped and the height is the same as the width. The blue grid also appears down in the crypt.[8]

The Crypt has a very high ceiling, and the walls seem to be constructed of black stone. There are UNSC floodlights in the walls that emit an eerie glow in the area. Since the Crypt can be accessed via teleporter and the shaft, it is possible to play in the Crypt, the ground level, and the Sky Bubble in one map.

The Crypt is 32 x 32 grid squares, which is approximately 16 x 16 single walls.

Note: When forging the only way to access the crypt is to either remove or delete the center block that covers the shaft. Using the Small Block forge item you can re-cover the hole, but it is difficult to get the block back in place. A good trick would be to simply cover the hole with a flat wall.

Helpful tip: If you've removed all spawn points from the map you can access the crypt by changing teams until you spawn inside it.

Note: The Crypt is the smallest of the three levels.

Forge

""Sandbox combines large-scale vehicular combat with a limitless amount of Forge customization. Boasting a tiered, open-world layout, “Halo 3” players will be able to build their own unique game experiences using the Forge map editor. Sandbox is a map unlike any Bungie has ever created.""
—Bungie.net[9]

The center of the main level of Sandbox is a flat, empty floor, similar to Foundry, but visually resembling Sandtrap. The map is built from Forge-editable blocks, pillars and ramps. The map includes "just about every kind of building block you could ever want", for example tunnels, crouch-only doorways and quarter-pyramids; see here

for a full list.
The Sky Bubble in Forge.
The item limits have been loosened; for example, unlike Foundry's 20 wall limit, it is possible to place 40 walls in Sandbox. Sandbox also supports every vehicle in Halo 3 Multiplayer except the Elephant.

A new Forge item included in Sandbox is an orb of light that colors its surroundings in either red or blue; it can be used to differentiate the two bases, similar to most maps made by Bungie. Another is the Kill Ball, a large orange sphere that kills anyone who comes into contact with it. A golf club (called the 7 wood) that acts like a Gravity Hammer, a golf ball, and a cup to hit it into are also available. The cup is like a magnet to the golf ball; if the ball touches the grassy part of it, the ball will automatically roll into it. It takes two swings to get it back out. Like the Soccer Ball, it is purely for aesthetic purposes and in no way will score you a point. In Forge mode, a blue grid appears on the map to help the player place objects the way they want it with accuracy and precision. Also, it takes 3.5 seconds to fall to the bottom of the crypt (3.5x2- a 7 reference). It takes 10 seconds to walk from one side to the other.[10][11][12]

The Grid only appears in Forge, not in actual gameplay modes such as Slayer, Capture the Flag, or Infection. There are many new items to be placed in Forge. These are mostly Sandtrap-themed (as well as Ghost Town-themed wooden objects), to keep within the style of the map. A full list of Sandbox objects is located here.

Skull

Sandbox features a hidden skull known as the Sandbox Skull. This skull, if obtained, unlocks the Sandbox Skull Achievement and 25 gamerscore. The crest of the hidden skull on this level appears to be a likeness of the Monitor.The skull can be located by looking for the sun on the map, then look a bit to the right, it is right against the far wall,so getting it can be very tricky and frustrating due to the massive amounts of deaths you will receive by the Guardians. The easiest way to get to the skull is to overload the map via Trip Mine or to download the map variant which has a path leading to the skull, otherwise, you will need to create a tunnel of tubes to get to the skull unharmed. Another easy way to do this is to bring out a Tube Corner or Tube Y-Intersection, go inside it in Monitor mode, pick it up and float over to the skull, essentially using the tube as armor; a Tube Section can also be used, by turning it so that the opening faces up and then moving yourself slightly outside the field of play, at which point the towers will begin shooting and push you most of the way to the wall (this, however, is best done with a buddy, who can tell you whether you are on course or not). When using a Tube Y-Intersection, make sure to turn it vertically or else the guardians will kill you when you are frustratingly close to the skull.

Trivia

Miscellaneous

Sandbox Heatmap.
  • The Guardians on Sandbox work similar to those on Snowbound. In this case though once you leave the map all towers shoot a laser at you. Each one is an instant kill and will continue to shoot you until you respawn. It is also similar to the guardians on Sandtrap because a laser is fired from the towers. The difference is that the Sentinel Beams on Sandtrap are not meant to kill you - rather they were meant to trigger the mines when you are in the minefield. Also, upon further inspection, the beams on Sandbox are actually just orange-colored gauss rounds.
  • On the IGN interview with Dan Miller, he stated that Sandbox could be considered the biggest map in the game, but this may be because of the extra area the "Sky Bubble" and "Crypt" occupy. It is also likely to be the tallest map in the trilogy due to its tiered design.
  • If the player overloads Sandbox using Trip Mines in Forge, the grid will disappear and the Sentinel towers will not fire at the player if he or she goes out of bounds, thus enabling the player to explore the level freely. Unfortunately, this might also cause the skull to disappear, and if the player enters the Sky Bubble, since the grid is gone, the game will act as if there is nothing between the Sky Bubble and the ground floor; thus causing all items to fall onto the ground. However, the death barrier is still present, and without the grid, it is much more difficult to know where it is.
  • The Grifball gametype in the playlist Team Mythic is played in "The Crypt", although it has been aptly renamed the "Grifbox".
  • The name "Sandbox" is not only a reference to it's desert terrain, but also that the map is ideal for Forge, as there is the Sky Bubble, the grid, and the relatively large area. It is by far no ordinary map, as it seems to be made for customization.
  • This is the only Mythic map that makes use of the Kill Ball.
  • Using a Scorpion Tank a player can survive up to two blasts from the towers.
  • This is one of the most popular forge maps. The others being Foundry and Avalanche.

Easter Eggs

  • Using the Out of Sky Bubble Glitch the player may see the Sandbox Warning, which is an altered version of the Splatter medal.
  • The towers surrounding the level are paired with what appear to be literal Easter Eggs. See also: Easter Egg Towers.
  • Exactly every 5 minutes, a slim red comet will soar across the sky for a second. This same Easter Egg also appears on Blackout.

Gallery

Sources

  1. Halo 3: Achievements list
  2. http://xboxblog.at/blog/neue-halo-3-multiplayer-maps/
  3. http://www.bungie.net/news/content.aspx?type=topnews&cid=17358
  4. "Forerunner structures are often so vast, so towering and so exaggerated that they'd be visible from a number of different excavation sites." Luke Smith in a Bungie Weekly Update.
  5. "Though the watchtowers that surround Sandbox are not technically Sphinxes, they can still judge a man, and eyes wide open, they've peered into Shishka's soul, searching and seeking for signs of self-worth." Shishka posted a short paragraph on Sandbox's guardian.
  6. Bungie Weekly Update: 02/20/09
  7. http://xboxlive.ign.com/articles/950/950839p1.html
  8. http://www.bungie.net/news/content.aspx?type=topnews&cid=17358
  9. http://www.bungie.net/News/content.aspx?type=topnews&cid=17091
  10. http://www.bungie.net/projects/halo3/asset_thumb_viewer.aspx?at=59&cc=21
  11. http://xboxlive.ign.com/articles/950/950839p1.html
  12. http://www.bungie.net/News/content.aspx?type=topnews&cid=17271

External Links


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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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Testing edits

Some users have reported problems with wiki edits.... checking for myself. --Admin 15:14, 12 March 2008 (PDT)

some math

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Test

Test edit

Testing Out My Template

It works now!

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GOSH tests

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Sig test

--User:SacValleyDweller/sig 21:58, 12 February 2008 (PST)


--  SacValleyDweller    talk    contribs   22:08, 12 February 2008 (PST)

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--Messenger 07:25, 1 May 2008 (PDT)

Character Secrets test

Kate

Kate
Season 1
  • Kate is a fugitive on the run for murdering her father. ("What Kate Did")
    • Kate's fugitive status was revealed to the other survivors by Sawyer. ("Born to Run")
  • It was Kate’s idea to poison the drinking water to help Sun prevent Jin from leaving on the raft. ("Do No Harm")
    • Sun is still the only one that knows it was Kate’s idea.


{{User:helohe/sig}} 15:12, 13 January 2009 (UTC)


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TESTING TESTING TeStInG

I love lost. making sure when i do this my internet wont freeze (happned last time) Alright lets check.......


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Marvel Database

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Recipes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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"Sandbox" redirects here. For the wiki feature that facilitates test editing, see RuneScape:Sandbox.
A sand pit

A Sand pit is a piece of interactive scenery which players can extract sand from, using buckets. The sand extracted is mostly used in glassblowing to train Crafting skill. Sand pits are located in Dorgesh-Kaan, Entrana, Yanille, Rellekka and in Zanaris.

Molten glass that can be blown with a glassblowing pipe, and is made by using soda ash and a bucket of sand with a furnace. Buckets of sand can be obtained simply by using an empty bucket with a sand pit. Soda ash can be obtained by burning seaweed on a range but not a fire.

A sand pit is marked on the world map by the "File:Sand_pit_icon.png" icon.

If the player has completed The Hand in the Sand Quest then the player can get Bert to deliver 84 buckets of sand directly to the player's bank account daily.

The nearest bank to a sand pit is in west Zanaris (about 4 minimap lengths) and east Yanille (5 minimap lengths). The bank in north Dorgesh-Kaan is ?? minimap lengths. In Relekka you may use Sea Boots to bank at Peer The Seer. There are no banks in Entrana.

After the Enlightened Journey quest, the player can use the hot air balloon for quick access to Entrana from Castle Wars, where they may fill their buckets with sand from the sandpit, and quickly return to the Castle Wars bank via a Ring of duelling for considerably shorter runs to and from the Entrana sandpit.

There's a strange sand-like object on the Hobgoblin Peninsula and near Shilo Village. Sand can be obtained from here by using a bucket on it.

In the Enlightened Journey quest the player needs a sandbag. It can be obtained by using a sack with a sandpit.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the experimental editing page. You may be looking for the in-universe location.

To use the sandbox, also known as the Jundland Wastes, click on "Play in the Sandbox," scroll down to find where to make your changes, and click "Save page" when you have finished. The sandbox is for editing experiments only, where no one will criticize your edits. Note that content added here will not stay permanently and will be deleted regularly.

Play in the Sandbox

Darth Krayt is the best Star Wars character ever.

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Traveller

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Traveller Wiki - Science-Fiction Adventure in the Far future

Terra System
Sol/Solomani Rim 1827
Position Distance Name UWP
Primary Sol G2 V
1 0.2 AU Mercury G30046A-E
2 1 AU Venus G8B0168-E
3 1 AU Terra A867A69-F
4 1 AU Mars F43056A-F
5 1 AU Planetoid Belt F00066B-E
6 1 AU Jupiter Large GG
7 1 AU Saturn Large GG
8 1 AU Uranus Small GG
9 1 AU Neptune Large GG
10 1 AU Pluto F10046C-F


-1 11 Another Test h

Test Reference Two Game Designers' Workshop

Test Reference Test Reference|Two Game Designers Workshop|Game Designers' Workshop 16 ri

Game Designers Workshop


Date: 867 Imperial
Solomani: 5,389 A.D.
Vilani 3,744 VI
Zhodani: 3,362.2
Aslan: 6,444
K'kree: 7,510
Hiver: 914
Previous and Following Years
800s 860s
Approximate
date
only
870s 900s
See also: Date Conversion
History
Timeline

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

http://yugioh.wikia.com/index.php?title=Yu-Gi-Oh!:Sandbox&oldid=729127 CSV

Facts about SandboxRDF feed

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010
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From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Welcome to the Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki's sandbox!
This page exists so that you can practice editing or formatting (see Editing help) without changing any serious content. Feel free to try wiki editing out here first.
There is a tutorial on the Central (coordinating) Wikia that will step you through more of the things you can do. Wiki allow for rather complicated formatting. It can look overwhelming when you begin, but don't let it worry you. Just start with the basics... enter some text, and learn the other pieces as you go. Your content contributions are welcome and important. The wiki is a collaborative effort and others can help with formatting and other improvements.
Best wishes!

This page is for any tests.

Welcome to the sandbox!

Anyone can edit this..

Contents

Main heading

You can link to another page by putting the name or title of that page in double square brackets. [[Main Page]] becomes [

Simple Editing

To edit a page, click on the "edit" tab, usually near the top of the page. Then, edit the box in the page. Feel free to practice here, on this page. It's here just for you to practice.

A blank line indicates a paragraph separation[Main Page]].

Simple Formatting

Create headers by putting text inbetween repeated equal (=) signs. The more =, the lower level the heading is.

Create a bulleted list by starting each item with an asterick (*)

  • it's ok to make editing mistakes
  • you can preview your work before saving it
  • even after saving it, you or someone else can edit it again to make it even better

Formatting for Emphasis

Put single quote marks around words or phrases for formatting emphasis.

Two single quotes, like ''italics'' will create italics.

Three single quotes, like '''bold text''' will create bold text.

Test

Testing my new sig.GaMerX 17:09, 23 September 2008 (UTC)


Other stuff...

If you know HTML or CSS formatting commands, they can also be used in this wiki. One useful HTML command is <br /> which creates a line break.

If you want to show what a command looks like, rather than actually implementing the command, surround it with the nowiki command.

Facts about SandboxRDF feed

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