You seem to pretty good at using Template:Attributes. I was thinking that the Attacks section could use a template as well. What do you think? --Preceding unsigned comment added by Yidda (talk • contribs) 31 December 2006
- I suppose what I was thinking was that there are various attacks, such as Engulfing, Breath weapons, melee weapons, bite, claw etc. and that they could benefit as much from a standardized formatting and linkage as the Attributes field. In retrospect, perhaps there is some way of writing a new/alternate Monster template that would take in the original source code, as opposed to the pseudo-wiki-code. I agree that having the item drop template do some auto-calculating would be very handy. Frankly, creating an Item template that uses the original source code is probably a lot less work than the Monster template...
- I'm not very familiar with the template syntax/capabilities yet, but I'll be playing with it over the next few days.
- Oh, and by the way, nice work on the Attributes template, and amassing 384 entries in your first few days of posting :) --Preceding unsigned comment added by Yidda (talk • contribs) 31 December 2006
With a cursed loadstone (ie heavy) heart I displaced your Cold article, for one matching the Fire article. Your writing is deposited in Cold:Discussion because you gave some useful information; especially about passive attacks. I've notified an administrator (Kernigh) for fairness; so your article may get reinstated.--PeterGFin 13:52, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
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