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On TV Tropes, they had a little feature called "badges" for decorating user pages, which cost money (the shop has since been disabled).[1] While they're nice to look at, it's hard to collect a lot of them without donating a fair amount of "currency."

Here, much like Wikipedia,[2] we have "Userboxes", which are basically fun little boxes you can put on your userpage to tell people a little bit about who you are as a troper.

Below is a handy way to auto create your own userboxes. Name your templates like this: "[x] Troper"

Don't forget to link new userboxes to the galleries below.

Our Userbox Galleries


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