- Not sure where to start?
- A good practice to think of something is to look outside and begin to identify an object (or person)'s implicit meaning (see the guide for more information). For example, a child may denote (explicitly) something small and developing, but it may connote (implicitly) something that needs protection or is innocent, for example. Then think of another object or place, etc.; perhaps it may need protection from there? Perhaps it is innocent but is being falsely accused?
- Another idea is to use Microsoft Word or, for those who cannot use that software, we would recommend LibreOffice; however, this wiki does not support .ppx (PowerPoint) files.
- We have a template listing many "interesting" words over at Template:Words. We recommend you visit them before writing an article.
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September 4th, 2016 — present
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April 16th, 2016 — May 3rd, 2016
The Fan Creations Wiki's homepage has been undergoing multiple major changes. We would appreciate any feedback!
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