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  • Please be sure to upload your picture(s) in .png and HQ as possible.
  • For the dimensions, just check the other images and it should give you a rough idea.
  • If you don't know how to edit or replace the current image(s) for certain posts that already have an image that needs to be replaced, just leave a comment below and we'll replace it.
  • If you've made a mistake in naming any of the files wrong, let us know and we'll change it.
  • After uploading, please remove them from the list or comment below.
  • We are still in the process of adding stuff to the lists.


王様プリンその1 The Jokes and Meme in this guide are here to serve as placeholders,
please pay no mind to them. We are actually very serious about this,
but want to keep this wiki lighthearted.

Images



If you're not familiar with adding images to the Wiki, here's a short guide on how to. Do note that you will have to make a Wiki account before you can upload anything.

  • Before uploading the file, be sure that the file;
    • is in the .png format
    • follows the naming format that can be found below this guide
  • If the image follows both of these you're set to upload!
  • Go to Special:Upload, where it says Source file find the image you want to upload and select it. A thumbnail on the right hand corner will appear.
  • Scroll all the way down to Upload options. If you select Watch this file you will be getting Email notices everytime there's a change to that file if there needs to be one, so unselect that.
  • At the bottom of the page, there will a button that says Upload file, press it.
  • Once that stops loading, you're done! Congrats you just uploaded a file to wiki, thank you!

Cards Images
Momo (Kiseki)

With Border

Momo (Kiseki) Clean

Without Border

Momo (Kiseki) CG

UR CG

Upload as:

  • Character Name (Series Name).png
    • Example for with border: Momo (Kiseki).png
    • Example for without border: Momo (Kiseki) Clean.png
    • Example for UR CG: Momo (Kiseki) CG.png

For the Series Name, we prefer English translations. However, for cards with song titles use the Romanized titles! Unless it's in Katakana then use English. If it's in English already leave it as it is.

Puchinana Images
Yamato Nikaido (ReIT) Puchinana

Transparent Chibi

Yamato Nikaido (White Special Day!) Puchinana Motion 1

Chibi Motion

Upload as:

  • Character Name (Series Name) Puchinana.png
    • For the Transparent Chibi.
    • Example: Yamato Nikaido (White Special Day!) Puchinana.png
  • Character Name (Series Name) Puchinana Motion 1.png
    • For the Motion unlocked at Level 3.
    • Example: Yamato Nikaido (White Special Day!) Puchinana Motion 1.png
  • Character Name (Series Name) Puchinana Motion 2.png
    • For the Motion unlocked at Level 7.
    • Example: Yamato Nikaido (White Special Day!) Puchinana Motion 2.png
  • Character Name (Series Name) Puchinana Motion 3.png
    • For the Motion unlocked at Level 9.
    • Example: Yamato Nikaido (White Special Day!) Puchinana Motion 2.png

For the Series Name, we prefer English translations. However, for cards with song titles use the Romanized titles! Unless it's in Katakana then use English. If it's in English already leave it as it is.

Gacha Banner Images
NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle

Upload as:

  • Gacha Title.png
    • Example: NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle.png

Normally you won't need to worry about doing this, since the i7 Wiki Staff does them for the front page.

Event Banner Images
NEWS bnOURS! OURS! Japan Sightseeing Guide in Hanabuki Castle

Upload as:

  • Event Title.png
    • Example: NEWS bnOURS! OURS! Japan Sightseeing Guide in Hanabuki Castle.png

Normally you won't need to worry about doing this, since the i7 Wiki Staff does them for the front page.

Character Pages Images
Yamato Nikaido

Upload as:

  • Character Name.png
    • Example: Yamato Nikaido.png

Card Pages

  • Click on the Add a new page button right next to the Page Number count on the top right of the screen. It's all in uppercase.
  • After that a Create a new article popup menu will appear and you will be asked to name the page. The page name follows the same format as the Card Images. Basically, if you don't know what to name it, name the page after the card's file name.
  • After naming the title of the page, click next and then go into Source Editor Mode once it loads up by pressing the three vertical lines stacked upon each other next to the Cancel button, and selecting Source Editor.
  • After that this is where the coding comes in. This guide will tackle each part of the code in chunks, as certain cards don't have certain features as other cards. The following code is the base template of the card pages, below it will go into the detail of each {{___}} section.
{{Dialogue}}
<tabber>
N=
{{Card}}
|-|
R=
{{Card}}
|-|
SR=
{{Card}}
|-|
SSR=
{{Card}}
|-|
UR=
{{Card}}
|-|
Rabbit Chat=
Oh
|-|
Rabbit TV=
Worm?
|-|
Puchinana=
{{Puchinana4★}}
{{Puchinana3★}}
</tabber>
[[Category:Cards with incomplete information]] ← Remove this if all spaces are filled in.
  • If the card doesn't have the feature delete the
|-|
Feature Here=
Oh  Worm?? ? ?

until you see the next |-|
and go to the next, however there are certain feature that are required for the page.

Dialogue

This code is required if its if applicable.

{{Dialogue
|Character = Name of character featured on the card; use the romanization used on the card itself
|JPN = 
|ENG =
}}
  • During the card's gacha, you are able to to tap on the card that's flipping to another card from the gacha. If you tap it, you can preview the card's base stats and all of it's information. If you look at the top, it will have a speech bubble for the card. This is what this code is for.
  • For the JPN part of the code, write the Japanese of the text. If it's in English, then put the English here.
  • For the ENG part of the code, write the Translation of the Japanese text into English. If the the text is already in English, then leave this blank, but keep it in the code.
  • The Character portion of the code is just for the color. If the card is the name of a Group, then put the group name here.
    • Format of the name should be the character's name on the wiki.
      • For example, Yamato's name would be Yamato Nikaido.

Card Itself

This code is required.

{{Card
|featChara      = Name of character featured on the card; use the romanization used on the card itself
|series         = Yes / No
|series name    = Name of the card series the card belongs to, if applicable
|series number  = Number of the card in the series (either 2, 3), if applicable.
                  Remember to put a before the number if there is one. Put a space if the card doesn't have a
                  number.

|image          = Format: Character Name (Series Name)
                  No need to attach File: or use double brackets; use PNG files.
|card id        = Put the Card ID here! You can find the Card ID of the card by going
                  into your Character Gallery and Sorting by ID, you will have to play with the card first in order 
                  to see it however!
|attribute      = One of three: Shout / Beat / Melody
|rarity         = One of four: N / R / SR / SSR / UR; use only the abbreviation
|training       = [only for cards from N to SSR!] number of times the card can go into intensive training;
                  enter only the number of available slots. Leave this spot blank if card isn't a N to SSR.
|URtraining     = [only for UR cards!] number of times the card can go into intensive training;
                  enter only the number of available slots. Leave this spot blank if card isn't a UR.

|minShout       = Base/Minimum Shout stat
|maxlevelShout  = Max Level Shout stat
|maxShout       = Maximum Shout stat attainable (includes completed special training)
|minBeat        = Base/Minimum Beat stat
|maxlevelBeat   = Max Level Beat stat
|maxBeat        = Maximum Beat stat attainable (includes completed special training)
|minMelody      = Base/Minimum Melody stat
|maxlevelMelody = Max Level Melody stat
|maxMelody      = Maximum Melody stat attainable (includes completed special training)
|minTotal       = All of the Base/Minimum stat added together
|maxlevelTotal  = All of the Max Level stat added together
|maxTotal       = All of the Maximum stat added together

|CenterSkill    = English translation of Center Skill name [see note: 1]
|AppealSkill    = Yes / No
|AppealName     = English translation of Appeal Skill name, if applicable
|AppealEffect   = English translation of Appeal Skill effect [see note: 2]
}}
  • Note 1
For Beat cards:

ビートウィンド → Beat Wind
ビートロック → Beat Rock
ビートアース → Beat Earth

ビートスプラウト → Beat Sprout
ビートグロウス → Beat Growth
ビートストロング → Beat Strong
For Shout cards:

シャウトヒート → Shout Heat
シャウトフレイム → Shout Flame
シャウトバーニング → Shout Burning

シャウトショット → Shout Shot
シャウトファイア → Shout Fire
シャウトバスター → Shout Buster
For Melody cards:

メロディーバブル → Melody Bubble
メロディーアクア → Melody Aqua
メロディースプラッシュ → Melody Splash

メロディストーム → Melody Storm
メロディハリケーン → Melody Hurricane
メロディトルネード → Melody Tornado
  • Note 2

Score

{{Skill|S1=(number of seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|S2=(seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|S3=(percentage)|S4=(amount of score increase)}}

Perfect lockers

For BAD to Perfect:
{{Skill|P1=(number of seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|P2=(seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|P3=(percentage)|P4=(number of seconds Perfect Lock effect lasts)}}
For MISSes to Perfect:
{{Skill|M1=(number of seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|M2=(seconds/combo/PERFECTs)|M3=(percentage)|M4=(number of seconds Perfect Lock effect lasts)}}

Guard cards

{{Skill|G1=(Percentage)|G2=(Amount)|G3=(Either GOOD or PERFECT)}}

Exchange card

Score decrease, Judgement area increase
{{Skill|JU1=(Amount)|JU2=(Second/Combo/PERFECTs)|JU3=(Percentage)|JU4=(Seconds)}}
Score increase, Judgement area decrease
{{Skill|JD1=(Amount)|JD2=(Second/Combo/PERFECTs)|JD3=(Percentage)|JD4=(Multiplier)|JD5=(Seconds)}}

Other Notes

  • If data has not yet obtained but exists (such as max stats, or skill effects): put two dashes ("--")
  • If data does not exist (such as those for cards with NO APPEAL SKILL): put "None."

Rabbit Chat / Rabbit TV

This code is required if its if applicable.

This section may be difficult to understand, so we've tried to make it as simple as possible. Both Rabbit Chat and Rabbit TV will be in this format.

This is the header, you will only need to put the Character Name here for the color.

{{Dialogue/RabbitChatTV
|Character = Name of character featured on the card; use the romanization used on the card itself
}}
<br>

This is the base template for one chat. If there are five chats then make five of these and if there are seven chats make seven of these. Finishing reading this guide first before making lots of copies as there are stuff within it that need to be changed according to the character and all that fun stuff.

{| class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed" align="center" style="border:1px solid #2cd0ff; width:100%; text-align:left;"
! colspan="4" style="background: #00173a; color:#fff; font-size:14px; padding:3px 10px; text-align:center; " |Part 1: TitleTile
|-
|[[File:Sprite.png|center|link=Character|230px]]
|whats the best trigger song?
|-
|[[File:Sprite.png|center|link=Character|230px]]
|the answer? all of them. trigger are kings of music so all of them.
|-
! colspan="2" style="text-align:center;background-color:#00173a; color:#fff;" |'''Translator: --'''
|-
|}
<br>

CTRL+F to find every

#00173a

This is the image color of the character that's used as the background color. In this case, this is Iori Izumi's image color (because his number is one). The following is a list of all of the character's image color. Replace this code with the character of the card.

Iori Izumi → #00173a
Yamato Nikaido → #00b050
Mitsuki Izumi → #f0930e
Tamaki Yotsuba → #00b0f0
Sogo Osaka → #825aae
Nagi Rokuya → #ddbe00
Riku Nanase → #d01703
Gaku Yaotome → #a0a0a0
Tenn Kujo → #ff69b4
Ryunosuke Tsunashi → #213e59
Momo → #fe00b6
Yuki → #00ff67
Banri Ogami → #8cd9d9
Haruka Isumi → #a0baae
Touma Inumaru → #771e2f
Minami Natsume → #ecdecc
Torao Mido → #8f7577

Groups
IDOLiSH7 → #72d9ff
TRIGGER → #000000
Re:vale → #8cd9d9
ZOOL → #c08cc8

CTRL+F to find

Part 1: TitleTile

This is the title of the chat.

  • It starts at one written in the Roman Alphabet.
  • TitleTile should be replaced with the actual Title translated to English. If it's already in English then put that here.

CTRL+F to find

|[[File:Sprite.png|center|link=Character|230px]]
|whats the best trigger song?
|-
|[[File:Sprite.png|center|link=Character|230px]]
|the answer? all of them. trigger are kings of music so all of them.
|-

This code is the dialogue!

Sprite

|[[File:Sprite.png|center|link=Character|230px]]
  • All of the character have sprites pop up when they speak in the game story as well as Rabbit Chat and Rabbit TV.
  • Just replace the Sprite part of this equation with the file name of the sprite you want to use.
    • For example, if we were going to use Yamato's Part 2 Casual Sprite, the file name is; Yamato_Nikaido_Part_2_Casual.png and the code would look like this
      |[[File:Yamato_Nikaido_Part_2_Casual.png|center|link=Yamato Nikaido|230px]]

Actual Dialogue

|whats the best trigger song?
  • This is an example placeholder of dialogue! If the sprite represents which character is talking, this represents what the character is saying.

Since most
chats is
formatted
like this,
Since it's
on a
texting screen.

|
The code<br>
would<br>
look<br>
like<br>
this<br>
  • This is an exaggeration of what the chat would look like, but it's basically something like this.
Copy and paste this sprite-dialogue section as many times as you need to. Remember to use
|-
to separate who is talking. Just like the main example above.

CTRL+F to find

'''Translator: --'''
  • This is where you credit the translator of the chat since the chat is all in Japaneses and they're translating it into English.
    • This is very important!! Never delete this! If you don't known the translator, do not post it on the wiki. Give credit where credit is due!

This format is for someone who does have an account on the Wiki

'''Translator: [[User:USERNAME|NAME]]''

So basically it's, their username, followed by a | and then their prefered name. If you don't know their name, then you can just put their Username. An example of this would be NAME.

This format is for someone who doesn't have an account on the Wiki

'''Translator: [http://idolish-seven.tumblr.com/ ENG TUMBLR TEAM]''

So basically it's, URL of their site and then their prefered name. If you don't know their name, then you can just put their URL without the link. An example of this would be idolish-seven.

Puchinana

This code is required if its if applicable.

For Puchinana 4★s

{{Puchinana4★
|Character = Name of character featured of the Puchinana; use the romanization used on the wiki
|Series Name = Name of the Puchinana series the card belongs to, if applicable
|Description = The description of the Puchinana. Preferably translated, but if translation is not applicable then write the Japanese here.
|Attribute = One of three: Pop / Dance / Mellow
|Skill = One of three: Pop Sparkle / Dance Flame/ Mellow Raster
|Acquire = See Note 1
|JPN 1 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 1 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|JPN 2 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 2 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|JPN 3 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 3 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|JPN 4 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 4 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
}}

For Puchinana 3★s

{{Puchinana3★
|Character = Name of character featured of the Puchinana; use the romanization used on the wiki
|Series Name = Name of the Puchinana series the card belongs to, if applicable
|Description = The description of the Puchinana. Preferably translated, but if translation is not applicable then write the Japanese here.
|Attribute = One of three: Pop / Dance / Mellow
|Skill = One of three: Pop Sparkle / Dance Flame/ Mellow Raster
|Acquire = See Note 1
|JPN 1 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 1 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|JPN 2 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 2 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|JPN 3 = Original Japanese line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
|ENG 3 = Translated English line of the quote. Leave Blank if not applicable.
}}
  • Note 1

Event Requirements

* [[Event Name]] (Event Start Date - Event End Date)<br>What to do to get it

Event Rank Reward

* [[Event Name]] (Event Start Date - Event End Date)<br>Obtained by reaching rank _____ or better at the end of the event.

Event Rank Reward

* [[Event Name]] (Event Start Date - Event End Date)<br>Obtained by earning _____ points during the event.

Obtaining Card

* Obtain the [[Card Page]] card.

Via Hall Shop Permanent (Only applies to MONSTER GENERATiON and SECRET NIGHT Outfits)

* Hall Shop (600 SP)

Via Hall Shop

* Hall Shop - Limited (600 SP)

Obtaining Puchinana via Tutorial Nanakore (Only applies to MONSTER GENERATiON and SECRET NIGHT Outfits)

* Completing the In Game Tutorial which will give a Nanakore of the [[MONSTER GENERATiON]] and [[SECRET NIGHT]] outfits.

Gacha Pages

  • Go into the card set's series page. In this case, it's Category:Series: bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle.
  • Go to right hand side and press Create.
  • After that, click next and then go into Source Editor Mode once it loads up by pressing the three vertical lines stacked upon each other next to the Cancel button, and selecting Source Editor. You may need to scroll down a bit to find this.
  • After that paste the following code with its respective variables filled in. Editing guide is right after the code, please replace them with its contents.
{| class="article-table" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="1" align="center" width="100%"
| colspan="4" style="text-align:center; background-color:#fd869a;color:#fff;" |
<font size="5">NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle</font><br />bnOURS! in 花吹城
|-
| colspan="4" style="text-align:center" |[[File:NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle.png|500px|link=]]<br>
|-
| colspan="4" style="text-align:center;background-color:#fd869a;color:#fff;padding:5px;" |'''Starts:''' April 13, 2018 (17:00 JST)         '''Ends:''' April 20, 2018 (17:00 JST)
|-
| colspan="4" style="font-size:small;" |
* The cards in this set special feature is Rabbit TV covering [[Iori Izumi]], [[Tenn Kujo]], and [[Ryunosuke Tsunashi]]’s report on Hanabuki Castle.
* The cards in this set is '''Limited''', but they are not Ichiban Kujis.
* Your first solo scout will be discounted to 5 stones, and the cards will also be available for Pick Up in the Scout Catalog.
* These cards ''will not'' provide any bonuses for the [[NEWS bnOURS! OURS! Japan Sightseeing Guide in Hanabuki Castle|event]].
'Hanabuki' may or may not be correct... We'll just have to deal with it until they give us an official pronunciation guide for it.
|-
| colspan="4" style="text-align:center; background-color:#fd869a;color:#fff;padding:5px;" |Groups Distribution
|-
| style="font-size:small;" |
* The “bnOURS! in Hanabuki” series ''only includes Iori, Tenn, and Ryuu. The other members will not appear in this gacha.'' It’s likely this set will be a long-running series, so the other members will come at a later date.
|}
{| class="article-table" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="1" align="center" width="100%"
| colspan="3" style="text-align:center;background-color:#fd869a;color:#fff;padding:5px;" |'''Cards:'''
|-
|{{IconCard|left = -45|top = -0|image = Iori Izumi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle) Clean|zoom = 200|attribute = Beat|rarity = SSR|pagename = Iori Izumi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle)|cardname = Iori Izumi}}
|{{IconCard|left = -30|top = -10|image = Tenn Kujo (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle) Clean|zoom = 200|attribute = Melody|rarity = SSR|pagename = Tenn Kujo (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle)|cardname = Tenn Kujo}}
|{{IconCard|left = -50|top = -0|image = Ryunosuke Tsunashi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle) Clean|zoom = 200|attribute = Shout|rarity = SSR|pagename = Ryunosuke Tsunashi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle)|cardname = Ryunosuke Tsunashi}}
|}
  • CTRL+F to find every
    <font size="5">background-color:#fd869a
    and replace the last portion, the "#fd869a" with a color that represents the set. Do this will all of them.
  • CTRL+F to find
    <font size="5">NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle</font><br />bnOURS! in 花吹城
    replace the "NEWS bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle" with the English translated title of the Gacha. Replace "bnOURS! in 花吹城" with the Japanese title written within the game, if it's in English then delete the br part and the "bnOURS! in 花吹城" entirely.
  • CTRL+F to find
    '''Starts:''' April 13, 2018 (17:00 JST) & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; '''Ends:''' April 20, 2018 (16:59 JST)
    Remove all of the spaces in front of the ampersand(&) symbol. Replace the dates with the start and end time of the gacha, normally all events and gacha start at 17:00 JST and end at 16:59 JST, but change it if needed.
  • CTRL+F to find and delete all of the following
* The cards in this set special feature is Rabbit TV covering [[Iori Izumi]], [[Tenn Kujo]], and [[Ryunosuke Tsunashi]]’s report on Hanabuki Castle.
* The cards in this set is '''Limited''', but they are not Ichiban Kujis.
* Your first solo scout will be discounted to 5 stones, and the cards will also be available for Pick Up in the Scout Catalog.
* These cards ''will not'' provide any bonuses for the [[NEWS bnOURS! OURS! Japan Sightseeing Guide in Hanabuki Castle|event]].
'Hanabuki' may or may not be correct... We'll just have to deal with it until they give us an official pronunciation guide for it.
  • Use an asterisk(*) followed by a space to make a bullet point.
    • For the first bullet point state the set's special feature is "Rabbit Chat", "Rabbit TV", or "Puchinana".
    • For the second bullet point state the set's availability "Permanent", "Limited", "Birthday", "Ichiban Kuji", or "Collaborations".
    • For the third bullet point put "Your first solo scout will be discounted to 5 stones, and the cards will also be available for Pick Up in the Scout Catalog." unless stated otherwise.
    • For the fourth bullet point state if the set has a bonus for an event, this could be any past events or newer events.
    • If there's a need for a translation note or something else that needs clarification, put it below the bullet point as it's standalone text.
  • For the Groups Distribution, have it set up like this:
Group A
*[[Character Name]]
*[[Character Name]]
*[[Character Name]]

Group B
*[[Character Name]]
*[[Character Name]]
*[[Character Name]]
  • For the Cards portion, put this.
|{{IconCard|left = -45|top = -0|image = Iori Izumi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle) Clean|zoom = 200|attribute = Beat|rarity = SSR|pagename = Iori Izumi (bnOURS! in Hanabuki Castle)|cardname = Iori Izumi}}
  • Replace it with the following contents for the card.
  • After all of this, click Apply changes, and then Save Page

Character Pages

Disclaimer
Only characters with a colored text box within the game will have pages on the Wiki.
Otherwise, they will be part of the Supporting Character page.

Please don't make character pages for characters who don't exist actually in canon.
  • Click on the Add a new page button right next to the Page Number count on the top right of the screen. It's all in uppercase.
  • After that a Create a new article popup menu will appear and you will be asked to name the page. The page name follows the same format as the Card Images. Basically, if you don't know what to name it, name the page after the card's file name.
  • After naming the title of the page, click next and then go into Source Editor Mode once it loads up by pressing the three vertical lines stacked upon each other next to the Cancel button, and selecting Source Editor.
  • After that this is where the coding comes in. This guide will tackle each part of the code in chunks. The following is what should be on the character pages, if it's applicable.
Quote
Character Infobox
Character Introduction
Room
Schedule
Discography
Relationships
Etymology
Voice Actor Comment
Trivia
References

Available Contributions



  • After editing something, please remove them from this list, you will need an account to edit this list. But if you don't want to make an account, and you still want to help comment what you edited below and an Admin will remove it for you.
    • To edit this list go to Template:Available Contributions and then press Edit. It's in the top right corner. There's a guide within the code, so it should be easy to understand.
  • For translators, what appears on the wiki is on a first come first serve basis, but the following rules must apply.
    • The translation must be faithful to the text and adhere to quality (In other words, don't rush it just so its on the wiki) Quality > Speed. Have the translation be proofread by others if possible for the best amount of quality.
    • What the character refers to for Tsumugi, should be and always stay Tsumugi Takanashi and not something else.
    • Translations that do not live up to the aforementioned requirements may be reworked/replaced.
    • We don't have a set translator for anything and probably never will, so any translation for anything is more than welcomed as long as they follow the correct format.
  • We are still in the process of adding stuff to this lists please bare with us.

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Questions



If you wanna help or are still confused, ask a staff member! We only bite if asked to! We are open to any help! It is also okay to leave most of the table blank!