Hey there, Featherpool here. I'm new to this place and there is multiple things I need to know, please(!!!) help me by telling me the various things. Do you need to pay for this? Do you make your character thingy on here? If you do, where and how? How to replie to forum thingies, and other chat things like that? Where the conventions are or if it is locally in your state? And if you will replie to this =]
Thankyou! Godbless you all!
- Hey there Featherpool, and welcome to WikiFur! This site is free in almost every sense of the word - there is no charge to read it or edit it, and you may even use its content elsewhere under the terms of our license. If you're interested in starting a page about yourself/your character, you would probably want to do it at Featherpool. It should be written in the third person tense, as if another person was writing about you in an encyclopedia. Have a look at some of the other articles about people for the general idea. Other people probably will edit it - bear in mind that it's "our page about you", not "your page". For a more personal, first-person , you're welcome to use User:Featherpool. To talk to another person, go to their user talk page (like this) and edit it to add a message at the end, intending beneath any previous comment with : at the start of a line, and signing your name with four tildes: ~~~~. As for conventions, have a look at our front page - there's a map, too. And check out the help! Let me know if you need anything not described there. --GreenReaper(talk) 01:56, 19 April 2010 (UTC)
I also wanted to know about the characters. Do you make them here or if you want people to see it, do you draw it and then posst here? Or do they have like a thing where you make it on this site?
Featherpool 15:49, 19 April 2010 (UTC)Featherpool
- Once a person has determined the appearance and personality of their "fursona", they can either draw it themselves or have it drawn by someone else, either a friend or as a paid commission. It's common for articles about people to have one or a very few such images in the article about them and/or their userpage, but Wikifur is not a gallery suitable for a significant number of such images, nor is it a social networking site. It does, however, have articles about many other sites that are much better suited for those purposes. Fur Affinity is one of the most popular. If you're on LiveJournal, check out the List of furry LiveJournal communities, and if you'd like to meet other furry fans in person, there are many regional groups and recurring events for you to consider. Good luck! --mwalimu 17:21, 19 April 2010 (UTC)