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Hi! Welcome to the Wiki. I see you've discovered out sandbox already.

Anyway, as a word of advice, you may want to make Irritable rah a little bit bigger since right now its a bit... small. There are some really nice tips about how to make your nation page nicer. You can also register and check out some of the links below. (You do not have to register to do that by the way.)

Also feel free to take a look at other nation pages (such as Knootoss, which is my page) for ideas on what to include. Have fun! -- |Knoot|KNOOtalk 13:18, 22 Dec 2004 (GMT)

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