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Need help, want something changed or want to debate about something? In the community portal you will find exactly what you need!

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Hot discussions[edit]

For the main wiki discussion, please refer to the Community portal talkpage.
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Current wiki news[edit]

Wanted pages[edit]

The Minecraft wiki is never finished, and new pages are added all the time. In case you'd like a certain page to be made and require help with this, please add onto this list.

  • A page on how to create melodies using redstone circuits and note blocks
  • A How to for complex redstone. All I get about the 'Advanced Redstone Logic' is that it uses Redstone: torches, wire, repeaters.
  • More tutorials, like ones on Surviving in the Nether and PvP
  • Explanation about the mobs texture files.
  • A page on clever decorating ideas for houses on survival or creative, maybe color schemes and floor or wall patterns

Other perennially useful pages[edit]

  • For administrative issues, see the admin noticeboard.
  • If you have an idea that you think would make Minecraft Wiki better, but you need help to make it happen? Create a Project!
  • In case you need some help with editing pages, Wikipedia's "How to edit a page" article is a great source of information.

Requests for comment[edit]

Requests for comment are for assisting editors in gathering further input on any wiki matter. This can be useful in generating discussion, resolving disputes, or reaching consensus. All editors are welcome to assist with a request by responding within the linked talk page. Remember that the Minecraft Wiki operates on a system of consensus rather than voting, and explaining your reasoning can generally be more helpful than simply supporting one side of a dispute.

To create a new request: add an item to the top of the list below, providing a brief, neutral summary of the issue and linking to an appropriate talk page section, without using alternative text for the link.