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Who We Are
The Royal Publishing Company was founded in England in 1725 (2011). It's founder, King John Breasly, made it as a way for common every day wikia writers to have their work officially displayed and published (not literally). If you want to join, send a message to us, here.
Want to be Published?
If you want to add your article to the Royal Publishing Company, please add your name (in POTCO) and the article you want to submit. We will edit and overview it, and then give it a sponsor page banner . Here's an example:
- John Breasly -- What If: The Death of John Breasly
Please remember to link your name to the article.
If you have your article, but don't want to add it to a page, we can help. Type it up somewhere outside the wikia (preferably Microsoft Word) without any other fonts than Times New Roman. Then, copy it, and come to our talk page, here. Paste it in a message (ctrl+v). Make the subject the title of the article. We will then add the page with a publisher page banner.
What We Do Not Accept
We will not accept user pages, talk pages, blogs, or templates.
List of Currently Published Articles
- What If: The Death of John Breasly
- What If: Jack Swordmenace Never Left The EITC?
- The EITC Warring Period
- The Defeat of Francis Bluehawk
- The Capture of the Duchess of Anemois
- The Chronicles of John Breasly: Book One
- The King's Herald
- REDIRECT User:Batorhos/Sig ~ Junior Director
Director—Leads the Royal Publishing Company Junior Director—Leads the Royal Publishing Company behind Director Q&A Director—Answers Q&As
- Publishing Advertisement Director—Makes sure all page banners of published articles are up-to-date
- Reviewer—Review submitted articles
More coming soon!
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