Welcome to the Kirby Wiki! It's a Wikia wiki dedicated to writing real articles on the HAL Laboratory/Nintendo character, Kirby. We're glad to have you as a member. If you have any questions, just ask an experienced member.
The following pages contain guidance and information about reading, authoring, and participating in the community. If you are new to wikis, be sure to visit ask someone for an outline of some of the main parts of the site and a link to pages that tell you how to edit.
Do keep an eye on the "recent changes" page, where all edits and their authors (anonymous or signed-in) are listed. Bookmark it, maybe.
Discussion of any aspect of the site, and enquiries, can be made at Talk:Main_Page or on the "discussion" page associated with each article. It helps if you sign and date your contributions on a talk page/forum/whatever other discussion place, so that readers know who to talk to, and whether your message is probably still of current interest. If you write on a user's "talk" page, that user will get an alerting message to visit it.
You are welcome to browse through the following categories:
- Our Forum Index (not really a category, but it's still a good idea to check out this place!)
- Our Community Portal (not really a category, but it's still a good idea to check out this place!)
Also, if you need help, we recommend that you contact an administrator.
By the way, thanks for your contribution to the Meta Knight page.
Please log in, if you have made a registered account. If you haven't made one already, you should make one. Having a registered account is an easy way to keep track of your contributions and helps you communicate with the rest of the community.
By the way, I am a bot-like user. I don't exist in the Real-world.
We hope this information is helpful, and that you'll have a good experience contributing to our knowledge-base and our community.
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