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Final Fantasy Wiki:Copyrights
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- Note that you cannot retract this license. You can, of course, edit an article to alter or remove your work if you do not want it there anymore, but you cannot stop someone reinstating it. Please think carefully about whether you want to write something on the Final Fantasy Wiki before you do so.
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Using wiki content
Attribution example when reusing wiki content on your own website:
- This article uses material from the "Black Mage" article on Final Fantasy Wiki and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.
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