Being an Entry Level User does not necessarily mean that you have been claimed. Think of it as an online game. Here, Entry Level is your starting point, the time for you to know the very basics of what to do in the wiki. You become an Entry Level when you make an edit for the first time. Now, the next step would be to read the rules and guidelines (also known as our Getting Started Guide and Policies). After that, you make your character.
You don't necessarily have to read ALL the rules and guidelines in this moment and time. You can always go back to them when you have more...well, time. The most crucial guidelines to read though are the ones found in our claiming page. It'll tell you all you need to know about creating your first character.
If you have any other question, don't hesitate to send me an Iris Message.
Do you need a help on your character page? :)
I'd like to emphasize one of our rules here. You may not create a character page unless your character has gone through claiming and has been approved by someone from the administration team. As such, the page which you created (Sapphire Blue) has been deleted. It may only be restored once your character has passed through claiming.
oh wait. is this character got through claiming yet?. if not you should make a claim before making a page for your character. :3
Now that you've read the guide/rules we go to claiming. On the Claiming page. Once you finish reading the rules there, you scroll down. You'll find a blue button with the words "Get Claimed" with a box beside it. In the box, you type in the name of your character (only the name). Then you click the button. Afterwards, you'll be directed to a new page. There, you add in the following info:
3 godparent choices:
Appearance: (may be shown through a picture or a description if you have yet to find a picture)
History: (needs to be at least 3 to 4 paragraphs covering how the parents met, to the birth, to the early childhood, to finding out they are a demigod, to the first monster attack and getting to camp)
Signature: (signed with either four tildes (~) or by pressing the signature button)
Once you've added those in, you hit the button that says "Publish" then simply wait for it to be checked by someone. When someone checks your claim, it is for improvement of the claim and you must answer the questions given or add in the needed information which the administration gives you.
Kindly note that there is no definite time to how long it will take a character to be claimed. It may take up to a few minutes to possibly weeks. it all depends on how reasonable and understandable your claim is.
Your claim was already checked by someone from the administration. What you need to do now is to address her questions/points.
What you have to do now is fix/answer the points/questions from a RB (Like Hydro for example), an Admin (like me) or a Bcrat (Like Ruby). After you fixed it if it's good then it'll get approved, but if there's still a problem, then the administration team will comment again.
Now just fix any points or any questions I or any claim workers comment. If we think that the claim's good then we will approve it, if not then you'll have to fix what they commented.
couldn't help but see your message to Kevin, and just wanted to let you know that I checked your claim, and to edit it you just go back to it and fix the things I asked you to. :)
It's okay, don't hesitate to ask me anything. Here's the link to your claim: Sapphire Blue, to edit, click on the edit button button. Remember that once you created a claim page, you can always find it again on the claiming forum under claiming header: Forum:Claiming
you answer the questions/modify your claim on the original page. so this one :)
also please remember to sign your messages with 4 ~
I saw your message to Ruby, you should both answer the questions, and if changes are necessary then it should be added to the claim.
don't hit the arrow by the edit button, just hit the part where it says edit. and are you using the signature button or actually writing the 4 ~? either way it should work
In future, please continue to answer on your claim instead of elsewhere, and also, to answer your question, 1. the father could have told her about her being a demigod and 2. the father didn't have to kill the monster, several alternate scenarios could also happen
you didn't change anything since last I edited it? also please do try to sign your messages, it makes things a lot easier
Actually another user Riri commented on your claim and you haven't fixed/edited it since