Welcome, Pranciblad!

Hello and welcome to Brickipedia. I hope you like the place and choose to join our work. Here are a few good links for newcomers:


Remember that you should always sign your comments on talk and vote pages using four tildes, like this: ~~~~.

I hope you enjoy editing here and being a Brickipedian! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me on my talk page, or on the live chat. Happy editing! —Berrybrick (talk) 22:39, September 8, 2013 (UTC)


Oh, hi. Didn't expect to see you here. Jamesster.LEGO (talk) 21:14, 9/11/2013


Hi, You're relatively new here and so I thought I'd give you some tips on how to do things here and how to get along with the community. The links found to policies and guidelines in the welcome message above can be complicated and so I have simplified the basics down for you:

Editing - basic code is * for a bullet point, [[ and ]] to open and close a link, {{ and }} to open and close a template and [[File: and ]] to add an image to a page.

Sometimes, it can be hard to judge what can be done to help a page. In which case, you may wish to consult the Manual of Style or a member of our article quality group.

To upload an image use Special:Upload.

Users - you are a user, as is everyone here. There are also other types of users you may encounter, that have additional powers:

  • Rollbacks - they have the ability to undo an edit without leaving a reason why. If someone rollbacks or undoes your edit without explaining why, just leave them a friendly message asking for a reason.
  • Chat moderators - They have the ability to kick and ban on chat, and enforce the general guidelines of chat. They can be identified by a star next to their name in chat.
  • Admins - Admins can deleted pages and block users from editing if they break the rules. If you have any issues with pages or other users, you should tell an admin. A list of admins can be found here.

Sometimes you may have a problem with another user - if you feel another user is not treating you in a friendly and respectful way, just leave a message with an Admin.

Community - You can interact with other users in various ways:

  • Talk pages - You can leave messages on anyone's talk page if you want to talk to them or ask them a question. They should usually respond to you on your talk page (this page here), although sometimes they may do it on their own page.
  • Blogs - blogs are where you can post your ideas or thoughts on LEGO and the site. Examples of different types of blogs can be seen here, here and here.
  • Forum - we have two forums. One is for decisions about rules, and it can be found here. The other is for discussion about anything LEGO, and that can be found here.
  • Chat - chat is where you can live chat with other users. The basic rules for chat can be summarised in one line - don't say anything you wouldn't say to your nan/grandma.

I hope you have fun here and get to know everyone. If you have any other questions, just ask me here.

Not sure if you'll find any of that useful, since you seem to know what you are doing, which is always nice to see for a new editor around here :) ~ CJC 17:08, November 6, 2013 (UTC)

No problem. :) -Legoboy 18:18, November 15, 2013 (UTC)


Happy (late) birthday :) --LFY1547 02:10, November 27, 2013 (UTC)

Thanks :3 Pranciblad (talk) 17:55, November 27, 2013 (UTC)