Because you seem to want to know how to do it: to create a link, you write two pairs of square brackets around a word or part of a word.
For instance, you wrote:
An item of note: if you are polymorphed into a troll, be wary of cockatrices, since one of your attacks is biting, which would be instadeath in certain cases.
To add links to that, it could be written like this:
An item of note: if you are [[polymorph]]ed into a troll, be wary of [[cockatrice]]s, since one of your attacks is biting, which would be [[instadeath]] in certain cases.
As you can see, the double square brackets go around just the stem of the word (the singular in the case of nouns, or a verb without any suffix); any suffix on the word goes outside the brackets. Ais523 (talk) 23:00, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
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