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  • Defenderofmen

    With Season 4 released on Netflix and Season 5 just around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to start fleshing out our dear little Wiki. I've added the Talk button to each page. Talk pages are not new to our Wiki, as we have used them for episodes to list what needed to be done. I will add to do lists to each character as well, so that we might better edit our Wiki. This does not limit what can be done, but rather is a guide to what needs to be done.

    Questions? Concerns? Ideas? Visit my Talk page.

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  • Defenderofmen


    Hell on Wheels is back and that means there will be lots of new pages added and old pages updated.

    We really need a style guide, but I don't want to just lord over things and implement rules. I want to hear from the community and make it something we all work on, just like the wiki. If you have ideas about what we should put in the style guide, put your ideas on the new forum post, Ideas for Style Guide.

    We also have a glut of possibly unnecessary pages such as pages for locations or characters mentioned in passing but never seen on the show. Again, I'm not going to just delete things. If you come across a page that you think is unnecessary for the wiki, mark it with at the top of the page when in source mode. If you see the deletion h…

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  • Defenderofmen

    After show creators and writers Joe and Tony Gayton left, John Wirth was picked up to write for season 3. Wirth has also written for Nash Bridges, Picket Fences, and , most recently, TNT's Falling Skies. Wirth acknowledged, in an interview with the Calgary Herald, that his writing style is not that of the Gayton brothers. “Naturally there’s going to be some changes because I’m not them...Good writers have a specific voice. In my case, I’ve tried to toe the line on the tone of the show where it was working in my opinion and I’ve tried to bring some changes to it where it wasn’t. For example, I thought the show was a little earnest and a little bleak. I wanted to bring a little more levity and a little more hopefulness to the show. And, as I’ve …

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