Hello community. Please read Jaded's post first as to how the community driven portion of the wiki will work. At this time we are in need of written introductions to the main mods of the FTB pack. If you have in depth knowledge of these mods and can write in a way that someone brand new could easily pick up the basics, we'd love to have you write a getting started guide. Your guide should assume zero knowledge of the mod on behalf of the reader, however you can assume they know how to play Minecraft. DO NOT simply copy a guide from one of the mods' wikis. No need to include images or tables for crafting recipes. We can insert those where needed (just leave a note like [insert macerator recipe here]). Don't worry about using wiki formatting. We can add that in. Focus on content You can mention more advanced topics, but try to stay away from explaining them. i.e. you can say nuclear is a power source for IC2, but no need to explain how to build a reactor and layout its components. That would be its own wiki article Don't be afraid to list things that are considered spoilers. If someone comes to the wiki its their own fault if some secret gets spoiled (i.e. thaumcraft research) A good guide would cover the following: Why a player would want to start using the mod / what benefits does it give them Resources required to get started with the basics (i.e. explain how to get rubber before explaining IC2 machines) Tips/tricks that a newbie wouldn't know by intuition (i.e. power loss on copper cable) As a conclusion list some blocks or items they should work toward What other mods work great in conjunction List of mods needing guides: Getting Started with IndustrialCraft Getting Started with BuildCraft Getting Started with Forestry Getting Started with Thermal Expansion Getting Started with Railcraft Getting Started with ComputerCraft Getting Started with Mystcraft Getting Started with Steve's Carts Getting Started with The Twilight Forest Getting Started with Factorization Getting Started with Thaumcraft Getting Started with RedPower You will be given credit for your work, but the wiki team reserves all rights to make edits to content and format as we seek to keep the wiki consistent. If you are not interested in writing a getting started guide but still wish to contribute to the wiki, please continue to monitor these forums as we'll be posting additional requests soon. Thanks!