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In times of old, when the world of Godville was unexplored and navigation was dodgy at the best of times, the first [[Heroes]] set out to standardize routes to other [[Towns]]. Heroes though are stupid, and know it too, so made sure to mark their paths so that they would be able to backtrack if they got lost. These markers were milestones; large navigation-aids of rock which the heroes planted in the ground roughly 1 mile apart from the previous one. However, the distance is usually at best only approximate due to the laziness of the heroes who fixed them in place. Over the millenia, the paths from milestone to milestone were used more and more, causing dirt paths to trace the routes in the ground. ([[milestones|'''more...''']])
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Occasionally, a hero or a pet may be killed in battle. This is a most sorrowful event but it can, like most problems, be remedied. This miracle cure is known as '''resurrection''' and has been tried and tested over many millenia. Essentially, all it involves is a benevolent god raising their hero or pet from the dead so that they can carry on doing stupid things in their god's holy name. The method used varies between gods but usually involves a rusty defibrillator (possibly found in the guts of a dead monster who ironically died from myocardial infarction) and if the hero/pet is lucky, powerful anaesthetic to make the process less of an annoyance (i.e. lots and lots of beer). The more cautious gods tend to call an ambulance (or at least teleport it to the scene without even asking), but when all else fails you can always just let the dumb creature die and then go and make a deal with an anthropomorphic representation of death. ([[Resurrection|'''more...''']])
  
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Revision as of 11:43, 30 August 2011

Ideas

Occasionally, a hero or a pet may be killed in battle. This is a most sorrowful event but it can, like most problems, be remedied. This miracle cure is known as resurrection and has been tried and tested over many millenia. Essentially, all it involves is a benevolent god raising their hero or pet from the dead so that they can carry on doing stupid things in their god's holy name. The method used varies between gods but usually involves a rusty defibrillator (possibly found in the guts of a dead monster who ironically died from myocardial infarction) and if the hero/pet is lucky, powerful anaesthetic to make the process less of an annoyance (i.e. lots and lots of beer). The more cautious gods tend to call an ambulance (or at least teleport it to the scene without even asking), but when all else fails you can always just let the dumb creature die and then go and make a deal with an anthropomorphic representation of death. (more...)

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📚 Documentation

This is the featured article of the week. Intended only to show an introduction to the article, the following format should be used:

==Article title==
<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|frameless|upright=0.4|link=name of the article]]
</div>
{{spacer|width=8em}}

Introductory paragraph(s) of article goes here

([[Article title|'''more...''']])

Recently featured: [[Previous]] – [[Next Previous]] – [[Third Previous]]

(When updating, add the most recently featured article to the beginning of the "Recently featured" list, and remove the old [[Third Previous]] link. Copy from the new article to update the rest of the content.)

Note: Upright parameter can be adjusted according to the picture.

Formatting alternatives

The image can be placed to the left of the text, instead of the right. Which one looks better will depend on the article being featured. Simply reverse the float and margin- style parameters:

==Article title==
<div style="float:left;margin-right:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|frameless|upright=0.4|link=name of the article]]
</div>
{{spacer}}