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A '''hawker''' is a vendor of merchandise that can be easily transported; the term is roughly synonymous with peddler or costermonger. These traders never liked the competition with surrounding traders while working in bustling [[Towns]], so they decided that the best way to increase their profit was to remove any competition. However, due to their lack of toughness, they decided that they would instead remove themselves from the competition since this option didn't require any brawling, and they thus set out to lead a nomadic lifestyle.They now roam the land of Godville, setting up their tents wherever they have detected gullible travelers passing by.([[Hawkers|'''more...''']])
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The '''Generic Enemy''' ''(Inimicus generica)'' is a monster that claims to be just as good as other monsters, but 30% to 60% less costly to fight.
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Some Generic Enemies are clones of high and powerful monsters older than 20 years in age. They commonly come with an identical warning and a little packet of information saying they're just as strong and powerful as other monsters, but 30% to 60% less costly to fight. Insurance companies regularly tout the benefits of fighting Generic Enemies, but heroes routinely disagree. Other types of Generic Enemies dwell a few inches above the forest floor--known as the bottom shelf. While in these locations, they commonly wear simple clothes of faded colors made to imitate high and powerful monsters. ([[Generic Enemy|'''more...''']])
  
Recently featured: [[Death]] - [[Double Dragon]] - [[Glowing grue]]  
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Recently featured: [[Hawkers]] - [[Death]] - [[Double Dragon]]
 
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Revision as of 15:50, 5 April 2013

Hawker

The Generic Enemy (Inimicus generica) is a monster that claims to be just as good as other monsters, but 30% to 60% less costly to fight. Some Generic Enemies are clones of high and powerful monsters older than 20 years in age. They commonly come with an identical warning and a little packet of information saying they're just as strong and powerful as other monsters, but 30% to 60% less costly to fight. Insurance companies regularly tout the benefits of fighting Generic Enemies, but heroes routinely disagree. Other types of Generic Enemies dwell a few inches above the forest floor--known as the bottom shelf. While in these locations, they commonly wear simple clothes of faded colors made to imitate high and powerful monsters. (more...)

Recently featured: Hawkers - Death - Double Dragon

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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}}