User talk:Moscow

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I have a list of ppl to give credit to. This is tedious but will finish it and once done will give a good shout out to all those I looked at. Have a look at TheRave. He is the one I have closely followed. I am not used to wiki code so this may take a while :D Hope everyone could be patient :) and thanks for the message! --| Moscow | 18:44, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

You catch on pretty quick, also there are some templates created by others for free use. Meaning you dont have to make a copy of them and you can just refer to it as usual in wiki coding. However there is nothing wrong with having your own version as it means you can also edit it to your desired needs. I'm playing around with my page and its pretty easy to pick up really just by looking at eveyone elses pages under edit. If there are any mistakes there are many people that will kindly fix them for us :) enjoy! --Smithy-Star 18:50, 10 July 2009 (UTC)
Wow Seriously nice page Smithyben! Very nice indeed!--| Moscow | 18:55, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

Hi, and welcome to the wiki!--Unendingfear User Unendingfear Crane.jpg 13:41, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

Hi, liking the page so far! Make sure you give credit to Emily though - i for one see her star on your page :) I'm also one that wants a page like hers. --Smithy-Star 18:35, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

Hey thanks! I believe this is my first time to register and use a wiki site like this so I hope I am doing things correctly! I am gearing myself to start death leveling as soon and browse this site on a daily basis to know more about it. There are lots of information about Death leveling, even a page that breaks down the stats however, there is no information regarding time between deaths per level. There must be a simple formular that can assist everyone.

For instance, If I am level 16 at the North of the Wall, and I am deathleveling, how long does it take for the first 13 deaths for Char (as in the monsters, not my character) to get to Level 9? If there was a timeframe or if someone is already constructing a timed guide to death leveling, that would be awesome. --| Moscow | 14:47, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

Guild activity/inactivity[edit]

Hey! I noticed you added a note on your guild wiki page about activity, and thought I would just take a minute to clarify how inactivity tagging works, and why a webpage/forum has to be accessible to "count". The basic rule is that a guild page with no edits within 3 months is considered inactive. However, if the page includes a link to an active forum/webpage, the guild is in stead assumed active. If the forum demands registration though, it can not be counted since there is no way of telling if it is active or not. Of course, the wiki does not demand that you open up your forum if you do not want to, but in that case the guild page will be judged by wiki activity only. Basically, just adding a note on the wiki page will not protect against tagging in the long run, only actual proof of activity every 3 months (wiki edit or link activity) will. A handy tip is to set up so that you get an e-mail alert when the guild page is edited, that way you can take off the inactive tag as soon as it appears. Hope that helps. (sorry for getting a bit wordy..)--Lensor (talk) 16:09, 19 November 2009 (UTC)


Lensor, thanks for the messgae. It is not lengthy and you took the time to explain everything clearly. I will act on the tip you gave above. Many thanks indeed.--| Moscow | 22:57, 19 November 2009 (UTC)

This Weekend[edit]

You had asked as to which areas and is EOTN included... Looking at vanquish I noticed it is included in VQ so, I guess your answer is, YES Hope this helps.MystiLefemEle 11:25, 28 May 2010 (UTC)

Image Naming Convention[edit]

Hi there, please use User Moscow <file name>.jpg when you upload your images for your userspace, then put {{screenshot}}{{user image|Moscow}} on image. See GWW:IMAGE#User_page_images. --File:User Chieftain Alex Chieftain Signature.pngChieftain Alex 15:01, 22 July 2011 (UTC)

Will do, cheers--| Moscow | 10:22, 25 July 2011 (UTC)