Welcome to the Halo Stunting Wiki! Here, we document all of the information that applies to any and all stunts and tricks in all of the Halo games, either directly or peripherally. But you might have some questions about this wiki, like the infamous question: What is Halo Stunting? Let me answer that question with another question. Have you played through one of the Halo games on every difficulty hundreds of times, just running and gunning? What Stunting is about is thinking outside of the box when it comes to playing a game. Let's say that instead of gathering scattered marines, you discover a way to launch yourself to the top of a map. Or instead of flying a Banshee solo, you find a way to get another player inside of the Banshee's tail and fly around the map with them. These are examples of stunts, and the kind of thinking that leads to them. This wiki is made for documenting all of the information about this kind of thinking.
Now it is time for the other infamous question: What is a wiki? A wiki is a site that collaborates knowledge from anyone who wants to supply it. Think of each wiki as an encyclopedia, and each article on the wiki as a page in the encyclopedia. This analogy should help you understand how pages should be written: professionally and correctly.
If you decide to stay here and help us catalog information, feel free to make an account and log in to your account whenever you make an edit on this wiki. To edit a page on this wiki, click the "edit" link at the top of any page. If you ever have any questions about anything, feel free to leave a message on another user's talk page, and the next time that user logs in to the wiki, they will see your message and respond to your question.
All pages on this wiki follow a certain form. This form is dictated in the Manual of Style. The Manual of Style contains information about what questions you should answer on the page, and other information you should include on the page. Out of courtesy, you really shouldn't edit pages unless you are adding something meaningful, although it is okay to correct spelling and grammar mistakes.
The Wikipedia has a great WikiCivics section. They cover a lot of information about what is accepted and what is not accepted on a wiki. There are really no rules, but there is a definite level of etiquette involved. Some of the suggestions they offer are only relevant to the Wikipedia, but many of them apply to any wiki. Anyone interested in being a valuable contributor to any wiki should read them.