It was a golden age for all Mankind. Using the incredible exoskeletons called E-frames, we had successfully terraformed Venus and Mars, and were poised to move on to the outer planets. Suddenly, it all ended! We were pressed into a nightmarish war on a scale previously un-imagined. We were attacked by our own creations, the Neosapiens -- a race of artificially created humans. Lead by Phaeton, they had seized control of Venus, Earth and Mars.
This is the ExoSquad Wiki, an online resource that anyone can edit, dedicated to the first true American Anime.
The Exosquad Wiki requests your help in expanding this wiki into the ultimate source of information for the cartoon series 'ExoSquad'. Create a new page in the box below, or take a look at a list of all articles.
First, I gotta give a shout out to Koveras Alvane. He's been a huge help with the Exosquad wiki in the last few weeks. He's been reorganizing the images so they're easier to work with, and catching a lot of other little glitches that slipped under my notice. Check the Bronksi article to see what he got to happen there.
I've also been doing some work myself. I've managed to get images and pages up for a lot of things in the last few days. Most of these are nothing more the the pages with the info boxes and images so they can really use some TLC in terms of info.
I've also polished off the Planet Chaos entry as you can see in the featured article section.
September 21/New Tools
I've been hard at work and deployed a couple new tools for contributors to utilize as they edit pages in the Exo-squad Wiki.
First up we have the Cleanup template. You can use this template to add a note at the top of the article that explains while the article may be factually complete the formatting of the article is need of additional work, links to other articles need to placed or grammar and spelling needs to be addressed.
Next on the list of new tools is the Dis-ambiguous Template. In a story as diverse and involved as Exo-squad, we're going to run into two or more articles that share the same name. Use this template to designate a possible ambiguity in an article.