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Important Search Tips
This search engine will search for the exact phrase you enter. For that reason, I strongly recommend you use as few words as possible. For example, if you want to search for Luke Skywalker, just enter Luke (since his last name may not be used every time). Here are some other tips:
- If your search doesn't find anything, it may be helpful to try some synonyms. For example, you won't find anything with imperial emblem, but you will with imperial logo. Or better yet, drop the word imperial and just search for logo or insignia.
- Use singular if possible. If you enter a plural word like figures, you will only find places where the word is plural. You will miss instances of figure.
- Case doesn't matter. Leia will find leia, and vice versa.
- By default, you will find compound words that contain the word you entered. If you enter trooper, you will find troopers, stormtrooper, sandtrooper, snowtrooper, erikstormtrooper (that's me), or any other word containing the letters T-R-O-O-P-E-R.
- If you want to search for just a single word, enter one space (with your spacebar) before and after the search term. Continuing the trooper example above, adding one space before and after the word will limit the search to that word only and will not find plurals, compound words, etc.
- When using the spacebar to enter spaces, make sure you only hit the spacebar once on each side of the word (or inbetween words in phrases). If you enter multiples spaces, the search engine will look for instances of multiple spaces (which don't exist).
- Mind your punctuation. Non buff will not find non-buff (notice the hyphen). Remember to use an apostrophe ( ' ) for possessives. You won't find Vader's helmet by entering Vaders helmet.
- Don't use quotation marks.
- It helps to spell things correctly.