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<div style="float:left;margin-right:0.5em;">[[File:|yorkshiremammoth.jpg|150px|Waking Nightmare]]</div>
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<div style="float:left;margin-right:0.5em;">[[File:yorkshiremammoth.jpg|150px|Waking Nightmare]]</div>
The '''Waking Nightmare''' (''Exterreri exsomnum'') is a fearsome beast, literally: its primary defense is its ability to petrify its enemies with fear. They are shape-shifting beasts and will change into whatever scares their opponents the most. The idea is to give the terrified {{heroes-or-heroines|or=1|daily=1}} the illusion that they're trapped in a nightmare from which they cannot escape, a nightmare of the day, a waking nightmare…
 
  
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The '''Yorkshire Mammoth''' (''Mammuthus Eboracensis'') is a [[monster]] that symbolizes the might of Yorkshire.
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The majority of the heroes of [[Godville]] have never heard of the Yorkshire mammoth. However, the villagers of Yorkshire argue that the mammoth in fact exists.
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According to the [[Godville Administrator]], legend speaks of a certain Duke signed a contract with the Yorkshire Mammoths in order to use them as battle mounts. Unfortunately, the duke was forced to resign when his agreement came under fire by Mammoth Rights Activists and was revoked as a result. The duke was forced to resign and his whereabouts remain unknown.
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Recently featured: [[Waking Nightmare]] –[[Nine Inch Snail]] – [[Map of Godville]] <noinclude>{{doc}}[[Category:Templates|{{PAGENAME}}]][[Category:Frontpage]]
 
Recently featured: [[Waking Nightmare]] –[[Nine Inch Snail]] – [[Map of Godville]] <noinclude>{{doc}}[[Category:Templates|{{PAGENAME}}]][[Category:Frontpage]]
 
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Revision as of 02:55, 5 January 2019


Please note, this Featured text is using a set of templates designed to change the gender used in the text (he and she) on a daily basis. If you're confused why this is talking about a heroine, or why it seems to change itself, you can read more and join the conversation on this Talk topic.

Yorkshire Mammoth

Waking Nightmare

The Yorkshire Mammoth (Mammuthus Eboracensis) is a monster that symbolizes the might of Yorkshire.

The majority of the heroes of Godville have never heard of the Yorkshire mammoth. However, the villagers of Yorkshire argue that the mammoth in fact exists.

According to the Godville Administrator, legend speaks of a certain Duke signed a contract with the Yorkshire Mammoths in order to use them as battle mounts. Unfortunately, the duke was forced to resign when his agreement came under fire by Mammoth Rights Activists and was revoked as a result. The duke was forced to resign and his whereabouts remain unknown.


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Documentation  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:left;margin-right:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|150px]]
</div>

Introductory paragraph 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.)

Formatting alternatives

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

==Article title==
<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|150px]]
</div>