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    Default Guide on How to Follow "Guide on How to Make a Guide"

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    Hi guys! Today I'm going to teach you the steps on how to make a guide! I mean, none of us where born with common sense, so I'm just making sure you guys get how to create one!

    Oh, btw, add to my reputation bar please, it will make me popular! *drools*

    1. Make sure your sole purpose for making this guide is for thanks and reputation points.

    2. Make sure that it's something everybody knows.

    3. Make sure it's a gigantic wall of text in order to make it seem "impressive". Why say something that could be sent in a few short sentences? That's just illogical. The "bigger is always better" rule applies here too, yes?

    4. Don't skip out on teh grammars. Itz veryyyyyyy important or you don't know if you're helping uncle jack off the horse or helping Uncle Jack, off the horse.

    5. Lots of pictures! Make it artsy! This is for a grade, you guys!

    6. Try to beat the already wonderful tutorial in game for simple game features!

    7. Don't forget to refer them to the forums and STS games!

    Oh oh oh! Make sure it's very disorganized and sloppy! It's makes it like a puzzle so only the smart people can understand it! Does that mean no grammar, abbreviations, and misspellings?! You betcha!






    That's all guys! Please make sure to thank me for enlightening you on this FANTABULOUS guide! xD

    ~Parth


    1. Hmmm step one looks like... Oh yeah add to my reputation!

    2. Hmmm step two says to give me rep again!

    3. Hmmm step three says to oh here's an example.



    MAKE IT BIG AND STUFFZ TO LOOK IMPRESSIVE WITHOUT MUCH WORK. OR JUST COPY SOMETHING LONG.



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    5. Lots of pictures. Since I don't want to go get 999999999999999999 pictures right now... emoticons work fine. Spam

    6. Ok, so beat the tutorial, since the current tutorial needs to explain MORE. Um, it's easy to beat it now. So all you do is say something like um, uh, To go to menu tap on menu button.

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    8. Make sure it's something everyone knows. Well, uh, use potions by tapping on them.

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    10. I hope this was a great guide, now add to my rep, again! Thank you! Thanks for the flowers! Woot! First time there was no rotten tomatoes thrown! Uh-oh...

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    Good post, will really help new players, i can see you put some good time in to this, well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elyseon View Post
    Good post, will really help new players, i can see you put some good time in to this, well done
    ddid i forgot to say that rep4rep it like sub4sub but it rep4rep

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    After reading this guide, I now understand the difference between sand and dark matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRyder View Post
    After reading this guide, I now understand the difference between sand and dark matter.
    ....haha I understand that about as much as I understand this thread..or twinkies, but it's hilarious all the same!

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    The American Way:
    I'm gonna go sue somebody! Yay!

    The Space Time Studios Players Way:
    Reputation me so I look Cool! YAY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sryyoulose View Post
    The American Way:
    I'm gonna go sue somebody! Yay!

    The Space Time Studios Players Way:
    Reputation me so I look Cool! YAY!
    America..eh not if you're in Texas, it goes "i'm gonna kill somebody! Yay! THEN it becomes "i'm gonna sue somebody! Yay!"

    STS way:
    Ok you got that one lol

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    Second best guide I've ever seen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sryyoulose View Post
    The American Way:
    I'm gonna go sue somebody! Yay!

    The Space Time Studios Players Way:
    Reputation me so I look Cool! YAY!
    Quote Originally Posted by Coltona View Post
    America..eh not if you're in Texas, it goes "i'm gonna kill somebody! Yay! THEN it becomes "i'm gonna sue somebody! Yay!"

    STS way:
    Ok you got that one lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Slcinuup View Post
    Second best guide I've ever seen
    Thank me and remove the thank and I think I'll get negative points, YAY!

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    Thanks for wasting 5mins of my life while i sat and read this... Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by razerfingers View Post
    Thanks for wasting 5mins of my life while i sat and read this... Lol

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    Reusing the same joke... ._.
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    Reusing used children

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    LOL! ^^

    Made me chuckle & cringe at the same time.

    Anyways, I'm guilty of the same thing, reusing the same joke, that is. It just came to my attention something like this has already been done. *facepalm*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo View Post
    Reusing the same joke... ._.

    Well hey, the poor kid that says thanks doesnt matter just wanted some himself.

    Lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo View Post
    LOL! ^^

    Made me chuckle & cringe at the same time.

    Anyways, I'm guilty of the same thing, reusing the same joke, that is. It just came to my attention something like this has already been done. *facepalm*
    Quote Originally Posted by RedRyder View Post
    Well hey, the poor kid that says thanks doesnt matter just wanted some himself.

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    Nah, I just was making a personal reference.

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