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Good Day ladies and gentlemen.

I have been an avid 40k player for the past ten years,

I hold an interest in the fiction behind the warhammer universes. So this site seems like a good place to contribute.

Hopefully we can fill all of the gaps in the warhammer canon.

Welcome. Glad to see another face! If you need any help with anything feel free to contact any of the sysops (me (Jonru), Inquisitor S, Hobbes and Dalen), although you seem to know what you are doing! Any suggestions would also be welcome. There are so many gaps, I hope you know what you have got yourself into! See you around! --Jonru 22:15, 21 November 2006 (CET)

How to add sources



It is compulsory to add official sources for ANY change or addition of information!

The new text has to be marked with a footnote.

Example:

new text{{C|1}}

This footnote is then referenced under "Sources" at the end of the article:

Example:

==Sources==

*{{C|1}}: [[Codex XY]], p. xx

Please note that it is absolutely compulsory to include pagenumbers (in the case of novels chapter numbers)!

If you are referencing different pages/ chapters from the same source the source itself is marked with a number, the individual pages or chapters by letters:

Example:

new text{{C|1: p. xy}} ... new text{{C|1: p. yz}}
==Sources==

*{{C|1}}: [[Codex XY]]:

In the case of novels, no pagenumbers should be given (they vary between translations and print runs). In this case chapternumbers are compulsory.

Example:

new text{{C|1: ch. xy}} ... new text{{C|1: ch. yz}}
==Sources==

*{{C|1}}: [[XY (Novel)]]:

Please first test this function in the Lexicanum:Immaterium.