The team at EQHammer is pleased to present a brand new feature that gives the passionate gamers of the EverQuest franchise a platform for sharing their knowledge, experiences, and creations with fellow community members.
In the spirit of EverQuest Next: Landmark, the team at EQHammer is giving our community the tools to help create your own guides, articles, or even Player Studio pages right here on our site. Continue reading for full details on how to get started and become an Official EQHammer Community Contributor!
Please note that you must be a registered member on Ten Ton Hammer or EQHammer to contribute. New users can register by visiting the Member Signup page linked above
A single interface allows for free-form page creation, but we've added some basic categories to help readers find your pages faster.
The current options include Guide, Blog, and Player Studio, though others may be added in the future.
Simply click on the handy "Contribute" button above to get started.
Please note: If you're a new user, you'll need to register first by visiting the Member Signup page.
We've kept the interface for page creation simple, but allow for plenty of flexibility when it comes to how you want to format your contributions.
Along with full WYSIWYG options for text formatting, the system also supports images and video embeds.
The creation screen also provides tips that help guide you through the creation process for those of you who may not be as familiar with web authoring tools. For a complete guide to page creation, you can also visit this page.
Upon submission, first time users will have their pages added to our moderation queue. This is largely to help prevent spam or other inappropriate content from finding its way onto the site. First time submissions may take up to 24 hours to publish, so if this is your first time using the system it may take a bit for your page to show up on the site.
Once you've had your first contributions approved by our editorial team, it will be published for the world to see. Congrats!
Reuben got his start in MMOs with the launch of EverQuest and has been playing necromancers ever since. He currently plays EverQuest II on the Antonia Bayle server where he runs the Shadowed Circle guild. Reuben also spends his time as the arch lich (aka editor-in-chief) of the Ten Ton Hammer network, and likes to think he knows a thing or two about massively multiplayer online games.
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