Our current game is Citadel
Help, why Can't I edit the pages?
We also have an IRC channel, #larp on irc.srcf.ucam.org. A lot of social / holiday events are organised through IRC. If you have no idea what IRC is, try downloading mIRC or Trillian (googling for their names gets you the download link) - 'irc.srcf.ucam.org' is the 'server', and when you are connected to the server you can type '/join #larp' to get into the right channel. See IRCinstructions for more on this.
A cautionary note: WhenPoliceAttack
Pages appear for various purposes and then vanish. If you think there is a page about a thing, but cannot remember where it could possibly be, I'd (a) Perform a ritual asking for the servant of an elemental lord and/or god to help you, (b) Attune a divining rod to the subject you wish to find, and (c) if all this fails [check the wiki pages index].
Feel free to make your own HomePage (and stick CategoryHomePage at the bottom so it doesn't get lost) - this should not be your character's name for reasons of avoiding confusion. To make a page for your character, link it from your HomePage using [[/CharacterName]] (no spaces), put things such as a physical description and their background - though no DeepDarkSecrets please - and stick CategoryCharacter on the bottom.
It'll take us a while to shake-down Etiquette and stuff, but for now look at [this] and remember that page names are case sensitive and shouldn't have spaces (or underscores) in them. Also, in general, if you make a new page try to link it from somewhere - otherwise it'll get lost!
Note: There are a lot of pages where discussions have taken place and it's really not sure who's written what. As a general guide, if you're writing in the first person you should sign what you've written.
You may find it useful to note that clicking on the page title at the top will give a list of all sub-pages and back-links of a page - this is how Categories work. Oh, and <br> gives a line-break, whilst putting <pre> and </pre> or <nowiki> and </nowiki> around something will make it display as-is.
If you have an RSS reader, or you want to add TTWiki to your browser's "Live Bookmarks" feature, you will want the [feed of all recent changes]. If not, you won't. If you want to know what the hell a 'feed' is for [the BBC have a pretty good guide]