How To Contribute to TRI-HERMES
Hello! TRI-HERMES aims to archive all TYPE-MOON lore into an easily accessable website.
This greedy, ambitious project has only just begun, and we need your help in compiling 20 years worth of TM content.
To get started, you can check out how the files are organized on our Github Page.
TRI-HERMES is a simple Vuepress wiki that uses Markdown files, with each file being a basic text file that is saved as
Markdown is a basic format that you may already be familiar with, such as Reddit and Discord. You also technically use it when using Google Docs/Microsoft Word.
There are some guidelines to keep in mind whenever making pages for TRI-HERMES.
Every page begins with a single
# followed by a space and the page title. This page title will be what is shown on the embed. This is separate from the page URL which is decided by the file's location and file name.
You can then make Sections and Sub-Sections through the usage of
# used after the Header declaration will not show as a section on the sidebar and will simply make the text bigger.
Will turn out as
Typing Like this
Will turn out as
So be careful in how you space out your lines, or else you'll be making paragraphs!
In order for images to display on the page, you'll need to use the following format:
A very lightweight and simple program that supports Markdown language.
If notepad++ is not quite your cup of tea, Visual Studio Code also supports markdown and may provide a smoother experience.
Same as Visual Studio Code but FOSS and without Microsoft telemetry.
- Discord Account
You will need a Discord account and preferrably be in the TRI-HERMES discord server in order to properly communicate, organize, and send over MD files.
While Pull Requests on Github will be reviewed and accepted, handling page files through me directly will be faster and smoother for you.
Here are some of the current projects that anyone can help out with, just tag me on Discord @Lib#7770 before starting so I can provide more details!
Our servants.md page is currently in a huge WIP phase. At the moment the table is laid out, but we still only have the translated material profiles available.
We will be planning to incorporate the In-Game Profile, the Material translation, and Dialogue tables in each servant page.
Dialogue and In-Game Profiles
At the bottom of each Servant page is the beginning of a table for Servant dialogue. Within it will be the label, JP dialogue, and NA/Translated Dialogue.
For both Dialogue and In-Game Profile, these can be pulled from the FGO Fandom Wikia page for each servant.
The ideal and fastest method would be to take a screenshot of scenes on Atlas' War viewer, upload the screenshot to imgur or any other reliable image hosting website, then insert it into the existing MD files for stories and events.
Alternatively, phone or emulator screenshots uploaded to imgur will work just fine.
Generally speaking, we only want the following types of images:
- Background changes
- Important, distinct CGs
- Initial character appearances in a scene.
- Notable character expression changes. (Yes even "It's cute and adds to the scene!" applies)
It is good to maintain a balance however, and not drown the text dump in needless screenshots.
We want to compile every possible TM interview under the sun on this website, as there currently isn't any page yet that holds this service.
If you find any interview and have the time, please convert it to Markdown format and submit it to us.
There are various Drama CDs on Youtube that would be helpful to have in text form, such as:
- FGO Drama CD: Heroic Spirit's Lore Strange Tales: Edmond Dantès, The King of Cavern
- Garden of Avalon
FGO Arcade - Babylon
The Chaldea Breakroom series offers some insight into FGO's development. Having them transcribed into a single page will be handy.
Articles / Summaries / Theories
And finally, in our Articles page, we'd like to include user-created pages, rather than strictly archived content. All pages in this category will be marked as interpretative and will be strictly reviewed upon submission.
This category can include:
- Interpretations of lore mechanics
- Pages that go over the usage of certain concepts throughout different TM works
- Plot Summaries of FGO Chapters or summaries of any other work.
- Literary analysis of TM content.
- Character summaries throughout different works.
- Theories that have considerable research put into them, citing the source text throughout
- ...and more!
All of this is still in trial, and we'll see how we can evolve this process as we move forward.