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  1. So, first practical question: how to adapt the System Setup guide? It's quite useful, but I still have to change the links to point to FNV tools (like FNV LODGen instead of xLODGen) and add a stwp where the 4 GB RAM enabler is installed, or FNV will CTD. I can adapt the text as a separate (new) article or I can write something like: "Follow System Setup up to step X, then come back to the FNV guide for further instructions". The first option seems more practical.
  2. @boycad Let's discuss your guide work here. It looks like you want to create an unofficial guide based on your own personal vision. This is totally fine, and you can do that using the Step guide infrastructure. Again, this benefits you and other curators (like us) in the long term. In response to your reply on the wiki: "badges" that I mention have nothing to do with the wiki or Wikipedia. It's just a forum group you would belong to "Fallout4 Curator" that would give you and others that curate FO4 guides permissions to do certain things on the forum and wiki to support that. It is also a label that all members can see so they know that you are an 'authority' on such matters. First step is to create your wiki mod pages as described on all the threads I linked on your wiki Talk page. I am also in the process of creating a guide for curators, but that will take a week or two.
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