Hey! I'm new to the Wiki, so I'm still learning the ropes. I tried to follow the "be bold" rule since many of these areas may be overlooked if they don't have notes, bobbleheads, magazines, etc. I only make individual pages if the building/area has an interior or some sort of notable detail (i.e. several buildings in Morgantown don't have interiors, but they have rooftop camps). I don't want to make the articles confusing, so what would you guys recommend? Also, I've tried uploading images of each building on their respective pages, but for some reason they don't show up. If I insert an image in the article, it shows up, but it doesn't for the main photo. Do you know if I'm doing something wrong? I want to be as helpful as possible, so please feel free to give suggestions :). Thanks!
- No worries. We've all been there. I was just curious as it didn't make 100% sense at the time, but I understand now. Honestly, my best advice would be to be detailed in your descriptions, but also don't falsify lore. If there's a story there, do your best to show it through words. If there's no story, I'd advise against making one. Lore is valuable, but canon lore is precious. Regarding directions, utilize existing landmarks and your cardinal directions as these are easier than telling someone to "head down the road, make a right, then left, left, and another right."