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Welcome to the Paragon Wiki Archive, a central repository of all things related to NCsoft's City of Heroes, the world's most popular superhero-themed MMORPG; covering from launch on April 28, 2004, to the final sunset on November 30, 2012, and even beyond. It is a community effort, created and maintained by more than two thousand volunteers since 2005.

City of Heroes was home to an entire multiverse of superpowered beings in a stunning, 3D graphical world. Hundreds of thousands of players took on the roles of heroes, villains, vigilantes, and rogues, while both saving and destroying worlds. City of Heroes was known for its groundbreaking level of customization, its highly community-focused features, and its abundant developer-player interaction and feedback.

EdLetter.png Editor's Note:

If you're looking for information about content on Homecoming, or any other independent servers, you won't find it in Paragon Wiki. Our current policy is to keep Paragon Wiki as a historical reference to the official game as it was at shutdown, up to and including information about Issue 24 beta. If you want to make contributions to the Homecoming Wiki, go to If you have questions about this, please reference this discussion thread on the forums. Thanks.

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Contributing to the Wiki

City of Heroes may be closed, but the Paragon Wiki is not. We welcome any content you're able to add, fill in, or revise!

Getting familiar with Paragon Wiki's Article Guidelines and the Help pages prior to contributing makes a big difference in helping a new editor get settled. A lot of wiki syntax assistance can be found in the Help pages.

Don't know where to start? A good place to begin is by editing articles that are designated as stubs, incomplete, or works in progress. These articles need anything from minor tweaks to major overhauls, and anything you have to add would be appreciated! Once you're comfortable, you can take a look at the Wanted Pages, a list of linked-to articles that don't yet exist.