• Make tables for each chapter with #, Name, Level Req, Objective.
    • I can do this up to mission 4/6 lol RamuneDrink 07:47, May 25, 2011 (UTC)
  • Make each mission a page. Fill the page with pictures, tricks, how to earn the bonus, other things of interest.**I can do this, too. In fact, I can get you videos! (They're not me, though). RamuneDrink 07:47, May 25, 2011 (UTC)
    • Actually, the video resource I had was just deleted...RamuneDrink 08:44, May 25, 2011 (UTC)


  • Make a table with each quest's #, Name, Basic Objective, Rewards.
  • Make each quest a page. Fill the page with a how-to.


  • Decide if each item will get a page. Figure out what we're doing here.
    • I think each item ought to get a page. We can use the item template for a small page, it should include all the info and the description of each item, along with an actual screenshot of a person wearing that item (not just those tiny little icons). RamuneDrink 07:45, May 31, 2011 (UTC)
  • ???
    • Haha, well, I've started in on a large portion of the actual items page. We now have more than half of the info on equipment, and I plan to start in on some of the materials, food, and potions soon. As for individual pages: as you might have noticed, there aren't any...YET! I plan on starting at least a few with the template, so that people can get an idea and follow along.
  • I created the basic text for individual item pages! Hooray! Go Generic Item Page and copy the source code into any individual item pages you create. Make sure to name the pages according to their names on the main Items page, and don't forget to add links to each item in both the picture and the text of that page (follow the example from the Soldier Helmet).


  • Write some guides and put them in the category "Guides". Money making at each level range, etc.
  • Make builds for each class. Decide whether Guides/Builds need to be different categories.