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Guideline: Monster Articles

395 bytes added, 06:21, 12 November 2020
Step 1: Use the Monster Template: Removed the extra spaces from the example {{monster}} template, added the comments for the meaning of the fields, and updated the instructions above the example.
Fill out the words in the [[Template:Monster|Monster Template]]. This gives a reader the important information in a concise manner. It should also reduce your writing time.
You can copy and paste this code into your article and fill replace the blank comments (everything after the <code>=</code>) with your content:
| image = <!-- An image filename (e.g. Example_picture_name.jpg). If the filename doesn't exist, this gives you a link to upload it. -->| caption = <!-- A caption to be displayed beneath the image. -->| latin = <!-- a Latin-style species name, if known/made-up -->| description = <!-- A short description of the monster. -->| class = <!-- The class of monster, such as "Humanoid" or "Automata" -->| habitat = <!-- Where the monster lives or thrives -->
If the monster is also a [[Pets|pet]], add {{para|pet|yes}} to the template arguments.
If it is a [[boss-monster]], add {{para|boss|yes}}. For a [[beastie]], add {{para|sea|yes}}.

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