Hey, I've been seeing your stuff around, and I think it's great you're excited to get involved. That's really cool, and I think you've got some great ideas. If I can recommend though, a few things, it'll help a LOT.
For one, this is a collaborative site, so we bounce ideas off each other, and work out details with discussion and all. I've done stuff with Techno and Cyrannian's fiction, but only after talking with them. I made the mistake a while back of jumping in without talking and it made people dislike me for a while. Cy and Tech have some great stuff, and I can why you're a fan, but try to ask to be in their stuff first, ok?
You should also make sure you start off small. A lot of users work their way up to the bigger factions. While the DoXho are cool enemies, maybe start off small and work your characters and stories up to being big badasses first before you try writing stories and such taking on the biggest baddies on the site.
That's just some advise I'd thought I shoot your way.
I agree with Zillafire101. We all started small and built our fiction and its reputation up from the ground. Doing so made us respected members of the site.
Here's my advice to you: Coming out the gate and claiming that your fictional civilization and characters are the absolute largest and strongest while also claiming to be on equal footing with some of the most well known/established fictions is not a very good method of writing here. Just because the Dominion of the Xhodocto and Empire of Cyrannus are big, well known, and well written, that does not mean that linking your stuff to those fictions automatically makes yours any more credible, well written, or popular.
Also, please, if you're going to edit someone else's work you need to ask the author first. You can't just go around editing people's stuff and changing their story to include your stuf without permission. Not only is that against the rules, but the author can just undo your efforts with a simple mouse-click. This would not only put you back at square one, but might also make that writer unlikely to work with you in the future. And based on your actions it seems that you wish to be included in collaborations, so getting on a writer's bad side is the quickest way to prevent that from ever happening.
Anyways, that's my advice. Trust Zillafire101 and I when I say what we seriously are trying to help you out here. If you keep violating site rules you are likely to get banned by those with the power to do so.
I also agree. I may still be starting out myself, but I spent several months before I started my fiction reading up on SporeWiki Fiction Universe rules and lore. I then proceeded to ask Cyrannian if my empire could be in the Cyrannus galaxy, and after he said yes, I made it. It is not anywhere near the most powerful empire in the universe, and only currently contains one system, but I tried to make my empire unique in other ways at the same time. After following these steps, my empire introduced itself on the Universal Discussion Board, and secured trading agreements. If you follow similar steps, your fiction can be a constructive portion of the SporeWiki Fiction Universe more easily.
Joining with other users on collaborations is fine, and without it the wiki would not be what it is today, but only with the explicit approval of all parties involved. Doing so without this can cause confusion, inconsistency, and is generally considered impolite.
Another thing to consider is that wars are hardly ever explicitly good versus evil. In almost all wars, both sides believe that they are doing the right thing, and almost no one ever admits to being evil (The only exception being the mentally unstable.). Ideological wars exist, but they are usually democracy vs. autocracy, capitalism vs. communism, religion A vs. religion B, etc., and usually both sides will believe that they are right and the other side wrong. As such, friends and enemies are best made based on economic, political, or ideological concerns instead of "good versus evil."
That is my short experience, and I hope that you find it helpful.
I must point out at this point that a) You have not fixed Fiction:Galactic Guards, and it still does not meet the SporeWiki fiction guidelines, b) You have mentioned the Seven Starr alliance in your fiction without contacting the owners, and c) You have mentioned several other fictions without consulting the owners. The Seven Starr alliance is considered a historical event (reference) and as such it is required that the creators (Wormulon and Captain Zaco) be consulted before the addition of new content. This applies to all other fiction as well.
Ok, all these factions you mention. Did you ask Oluap, Techno, Cyrannian, Imperious, Hachi, Dinoman82 and Monet for permission? Remember, you need to ask before you mention their things. I think you should use the Discord channel. Everyone's on there, and being able to talk with them will clear some things up.
Another thing to remember is that people will be a lot more likely to like your factions if your spelling and grammar are correct. As such, it would be advantageous to check those, as there are some errors on your page.
Also, keep in mind that the highest that a faction can instantly be is Tier III, which means just beginning to construct megastructures, and probably not more than a few thousand systems.
What I'm getting as is that you want your empire to be the main rival of the XhoDom? That is impossible for any user, but perhaps they have simply deluded themselves into thinking they are waaay stronger than they actually are? Even if not, they should start from the ground up -owning a few systems and relatively low technology at most- and gradually work their renown, technology and space up from there. None of our fictions started out as mighty as they are now, and most of us grew fairly slowly.
As others pointed out before me, start out with a blank relations section and grow it by interacting with other empires (by RPing with their users). This will probably inlude newer users first, and veterans later. Some of the oldest veterans maintain a strict isolationist stance, so you -and we- can never interact with them or their empires, tempting as it might be.
Lastly, the userbase here knows who can and cannot be reached, and where. It's as easy to claim you've contacted user x as it is to debunk if it's untrue.
It is apparent that you have not read the fiction guidelines for the SporeWiki Collaborative Fictionverse nor have you bothered to read up on any lore. Please do not make your fiction absurdly powerful, establish diplomatic ties/alliances with other user's factions/nations without their permission and for the love of Spode, please don't edit other users' articles unless they give you explicit permission.
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