FMW Wiki is an online encyclopedia focused on everything to do with the e-federation Full Metal Wrestling and which is written collaboratively by its handlers, who are a part of the larger Wikia community. The site is a Wiki, meaning that anyone, including you, can edit almost any article right now by clicking on the Edit link that appears at the top of the page.
Browsing FMW WikiEdit
The FMW Wiki aims to contain a huge amount of information on all sorts of subjects relating to FMW and its' rich history — past, present, and future — ranging from its fictional eWrestlers, tag teams and stables, championships, events, promos, galleries, and terminology to everything and anything in between. It also includes articles on video games and music, as well as the handlers who have worked to bring their own creativity to FMW. Try browsing the various categories now.
You can also search for text in articles. Just go to the "search" field to the left, enter your search term and click "search".
If you read something that you really like, or have a comment on ways the article may be improved, then why not drop a note on the article's talk page? First select the Discussion link (look for it in the tabs above the page), to get to the talk page. Then select Edit on the talk page, or click the + to the right of Edit to simply add a new comment. We always love to get a little constructive criticism, and positive feedback.
Everyone can edit pages on FMW Wiki — even this page! Just click the Edit link at the top of any page (except for protected pages) if you think it needs any improvement or new information. You don't need anything special; you don't even need to be logged in. If you want to experiment first, without risk of "messing up" a real article, head over to the sandbox, where you can practise editing to your heart's content. To practice editing an existing page like this one, just copy and paste it from the article's edit page into the sandbox.
If you want to learn more, check out the pages listed in our help page index. Our editing help pages should be able to answer any basic questions you might have as a member of our project, but if you have more advanced questions feel free to ask your question at the Help desk.
Want to join?Edit
Anyone can edit, but there are advantages to creating an account if you want to contribute regularly. To join, create an account and then introduce yourself to the community by creating your user page.
Don't be discouragedEdit
If you run into conflicts in your first forays into editing, then don't let it get you down. In any collaborative project there are always bound to be clashes. Above all, do your best to work with others and resolve any problems and learn how to become an active and productive contributor.
And if there's anything you don't understand — be it technical or social — and you're not sure where to look, just post a question at the Help desk, and someone will be happy to help you.
Have fun, and enjoy editing!