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Alternate History: General alternate history pages. Learn the basics of this speculative fiction genre here.
Timelines and Scenarios: Alternate history scenarios on the wiki itself.
Stories: Index of stories and other non-timeline fiction pieces written by AH.commers.
PODs: A collection of Points of Divergence that can help you create Alternate History works.
Resources: Lists of links to websites and online resources that can help you create Alternate History works.
Shared Worlds: Shared worlds (alternate history play-by-post games) and information about them.
AH on the Web: Links and guides to alternate history on the internet.
Please create new pages under the proper namespace (like using folders on a computer) to keep things organized.
Example: If you are working at the article “Flocculencio” in the namespace “offtopic”, and want to link to the TL “Anglo-Dutch Empire” in the namespace “timelines”, you have to make it like that:
[[timelines:Anglo-Dutch Empire]], not just
[[Anglo-Dutch Empire]]. And if you want to make a backlink in that article, it has to be
[[offtopic:Flocculencio]], not just
Note: Namespaces are necessary for links between pages in different namespaces, but not strictly between pages in the same namespace. So,
[[Anglo-Dutch Empire]] is OK as a link from the “Timelines and Scenarios” page, and
[[Flocculencio]] is fine if you put that link into the page “Member List”.
If you wish to put a link under a different name to the article title, put the article title first, then a hash # and then the name you want it to appear under.
Example: Let's say you want to put the sentence, ”Jared has worked extensively on (link) DoD”. Because the article is called “Decades of Darkness” and not DoD, you need to word the link as: [[timelines:Decades of Darkness#DoD]]. It will then appear as ”DoD”.
To learn more on how to create and edit Wiki pages, see the Editing Help.