The Mentor Program here at the UESP was created as a means by which experienced members may aid others with questions about contributing to the Wiki. Mentors help and advise new editors as well as anyone else who may require their assistance.
- If you have a question, choose a mentor from the list below and leave a message on their talk page (i.e., click on the blue "talk" link and then add a message on that page; see Editing Discussion Pages if you’re new to editing). Mentors can help with questions ranging from wiki formatting to larger wiki projects.
- If you wish to become a mentor, see the section on Mentor Qualifications.
 Available Mentors
- Chezburgar (Talk) I can help with tables, although I am no Kiz. I am VERY knowledgeable about Skyrim and Oblivion, as I have done what I think is every quest. I play on PS3 and soon enough PC too. I can also help with writing considerable amounts of information, and correcting them to fit with the wiki's style guidelines. Grammar is also a relatively strong point with me. I'm not overly experienced on the wiki like Eshe, but I have picked up alot in my time here, and I am a quick learner. I can help with some templates, but I usually don't work with them. If I am on my computer, chances are I'm on the IRC. You can also contact me by my e-mail or talk page.
- Eric Snowmane (talk | email) - I've been here since Sept. 2011, and I do a little bit of this and that. I own Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim, as well as all the DLC for each, minus Skyrim. I can provide support for each of those, as well as the Construction Set for Morrowind and Oblivion. In terms of the wiki proper, I don't claim to be the expert and go-to guy for any single thing, opting to have broad general knowledge over everything. I'm also well versed in lore, and I'm more than willing to assist with the lore space as well. My particular strengths, where you'd best the best knowledge from: All things related to TES III and IV, general lore, and general editing help. I can be found at the aforementioned talk and email links, or if you catch me at the right time, I'll be in IRC.
- Eshe (talk) - I'm familiar with the newer games (Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim), and I know enough about the Construction Set/Creation Kit to get by. I'm a wiki generalist--I spend most of my time maintaining and cleaning up little things, so I'm decent with most topics ;). Helping new members get used to the wiki is my favorite, so feel free to leave me a message!
- Jak Atackka (talk) I'm not quite as seasoned as many of the veterans of this wiki, but I can probably help you out with anything you need. I'm fairly knowledgeable of Oblivion (as well as Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles) but most of my knowledge is of Skyrim. Most of my time is spent nosing through templates and tables and such (pipe syntax, oh my!) so if you ever need any help in that field I'm the one to ask. (I say that not because I'm the best, but because I'm the least busy). I enjoy helping others, even if it has nothing to do with the wiki, so if you want my help, just post a message on my wall or email me and I'll get back to you soon.
- Kitkat1749 (talk) I'm the proud owner of Arena, Daggerfall, Oblivion (GoTy edition) and I recently acquired Skyrim, so I'm pretty knowledgeable about all of those, along with the Shivering Isles and KoTN. I also know my fair share about wiki-markup, and about how things work around here. I'm a member of UESP's would-be greeting committee - I love welcoming new users to the site, and answering any questions they might have, whether it's how to edit a page, how to customize their userspace, or just general chitchat. I check my email frequently, and I'm almost always on IRC. I'd be happy to help anyone who needs it! =)
- Minor Edits (Talk) If you have a question about spelling, grammar, general formatting, TES lore, or site policies, I can likely help you out. However, I'm a console player with no PC experience, and I know very little about templates (other than how to use most of them). I'm familiar with Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim, and their associated official DLC. My talk page is the best place to contact me, as I rarely use IRC or check my e-mail. If you come to me for guidance, be prepared to read the wall of text you may elicit. Two pieces of standing advice: first, although all editors are expected to be polite and respect others, this is the internet. It's just a matter of time before you feel slighted by someone, so your skin should be thick and your head cool. Second, never hit a man in anger unless you're absolutely sure you can get away with it.
- Velyanthe (Talk) I can help out with wiki syntax and rules, along with game data. I am currently most familiar with Skyrim, but also have a decent amount of knowledge of Oblivion and Morrowind, along with their plug-ins. I also own the Morrowind Construction Set and Skyrim Creation Kit and can help out with navigating those and understanding scripts. Feel free to contact me via my talk page, email, or IRC.
- Vulpa (talk) I may not be a formatting guru or template master, but I've found that I really enjoy answering questions (or, for those who are totally confused, realizing the problem and then fixing/answering) from as-yet inexperienced editors. I can answer any question about basic formatting, and how to use those mysterious things called "templates", if not how to make them. I'm totally happy to explain in-depth whatever mistake you've made and why it was a mistake. I also know anything and everything you have to ask about Oblivion and its DLCs--Skyrim almost as much--barring modding as I use an XBOX 360. I can always be contacted by my talk page or (not quite as often) the IRC or email.
 Mentor Qualifications
Anyone may add their name to the above list to become a mentor; however, be aware that each new entry will be researched and existing entries are researched periodically, and all are expected to meet the standards set forth. If not met, the user’s name will be removed from this list.
Any of the following are immediate disqualifications:
- Fewer than 200 constructive edits outside "User" and "Talk" namespaces.
- Inactive on UESPWiki in the last three months.
- Blocked from editing within the last three months.
- Non-enabled email capabilities.
Any mentor may also remove an editor's name from this list provided an acceptable reason is given on the user's talk page. Some things mentors may take into consideration include, but are not limited to: frequency and severity of notices/warnings received by the user (and the user's responses), etiquette and civility displayed by the user, and familiarity with wiki formatting displayed by the user.