UO Second Age T2A Wiki
Hello Sydius, Matt here. The site I added is a wiki site for the Second Age. It is information that is extremely hard to find outside of that era. Many users would like to have this information for historical reasons and to verify certain things they remember. It's all user contributed so I would welcome your great knowledge pool as well for it. It is roughly 3 years of information for the Second Age including patch notes. We are still building it but this wiki adds to the Ultima Online Page. Here is the link to the SecondAge wiki UO Secondage T2A Wiki. I would ask that you consider adding this link to the Ultima Online Page as it is free to use knowledge and verified by many UO veterans.
Hello Sydius, I noticed you contribute a lot to the Ultima Online and related sections on Wikipedia. I was wondering if you would consider helping out on a wiki-based site called UOGuide. It is currently in the early stages of growth, but already has a lot of solid content. We are in need of the great editorial skills you have displayed on Wikipedia.
Ultima articles now threatened
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