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Found an error or a typo? Have a good resource that fits this list? Become a contributor and be on the glorious list of contributors below!
To contribute, you are more than welcome to PR this wiki or send a DM to Rydix#1726 in order to edit the wiki, and yourself into the list. You can also join the Official Project Guild to contribute there.


This project took more than one set of hands, and we are proud to have this team of contributors who helped us with this project!
We want to thank:
AComplicatedTree#4337 - Wiki Maintainer
Ayal#0001 - Redirect Owner
Catra#9999 - Website Maintainer
DEX#9630 - Wiki Architect
Dei#1796 - Wiki fixer
DyDestroyer#1027 - GitHub Manager / Documentation Organizer
Eny#0001 - Resources Researcher / Maintainer
Ethan Modderton, Esq. III#3333 - Documentation Organizer
JantsoP#0001 - Website Maintainer
kessa#3220 - Resources Researcher / Maintainer
Smeagol#2069 - Resources Researcher / Maintainer
odin#0443 - Project Manager / Documentation Organizer
Aphriu#3737 - Resources Researcher / Documentation Organizer
rjt#2336 - Designer
Merlin#1337 - Website Architect / Documentation Organizer
ravy#0001 - Growth Consulting / Resource Curator
Rydix#1726 - I had this idea and did all of the above
SUDO#0001 - Redirect Owner
2Lost4This#2040 - PreMiD Presence Maker
Nickyux#1023 - Maintainer
Βen#0001 - Maintainer

How to test changes locally

Got a great PR going but don't know what it looks like? Not a problem!

Requirements are:
Node.js version >= 16.5.0

If you are using Yarn:
Yarn version >= 1.22.0

Fork the GitHub repo and then clone it locally.

git clone

Then, open the Discord-Resources-Wiki directory and run the following command:

npm install

This downloads all the repositories needed by our documentation system (Docusaurus). You only need to run this once.

To see usernames like on the website, you must create new Discord application and make it as a Bot. Follow this link to create a new application.

To get your freshly made bot token, go to your application settings and click on the "Bot" tab. Click on the "Token" button and you will see your bot token.

Now create new file called .env in the root directory and paste the following:


Save the file.

To test your changes locally, run the following command:

npm start

This command starts the web server (localhost:3000 by default) and must be ran every time you want to start editing. It does not need to be ran for every change you make however, as Docusaurus will automatically restart the server if it detects changes!

Once you've got a running instance of the website locally, you're ready to start contributing! Notes: Please use <br/> for line break characters.