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{{bp|Animal Crossing Wiki}}, a wiki based on the popular Animal Crossing series, has joined NIWA. It was created by a merge of Wikia's Animal Crossing City and a newer, independent one. The wiki currently has about 1300 articles and about 50 users.
 
{{bp|Animal Crossing Wiki}}, a wiki based on the popular Animal Crossing series, has joined NIWA. It was created by a merge of Wikia's Animal Crossing City and a newer, independent one. The wiki currently has about 1300 articles and about 50 users.
   
Its joining has given 14 members to NIWA. The first three were {{bp|Bulbapedia}}, {{bp|Super Mario Wiki}}, and {{bp|Zelda Wiki}}.
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Its joining has given 14 members to NIWA. The first three were {{bp|Bulbapedia}}, {{bp|Super Mario Wiki}}, and {{bp|Zelda Wiki}}. The number soon grew to six, and now the current fourteen.

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Animal Crossing Wiki, a wiki based on the popular Animal Crossing series, has joined NIWA. It was created by a merge of Wikia's Animal Crossing City and a newer, independent one. The wiki currently has about 1300 articles and about 50 users.

Its joining has given 14 members to NIWA. The first three were Bulbapedia, Super Mario Wiki, and Zelda Wiki. The number soon grew to six, and now the current fourteen.