General Format Standards
All pages should have the following:
- Links to the page's author, the parent page (if a subpage), and to any general wiki pages that lead to that page (e.g. Artifacts, WikiContent).
- Content broken up into hard-returned paragraphs.
- Spell-checked content, if necessary.
That's the important stuff. Below is more specific advice and a general template.
- back to FormatStandards.
More Specific Advice
Line spacers ("----") are often good for separating lists of items.
When possible, long lists of items can be divided up using appropriate headers ("== header name here ==") and subheaders ("=== subheader name here ==="). The top header ("= header name here =") is very large and inelegant, and should probably not be used except at the head of a page, or the start of a category which subsumes several other categories.
If you find that a category has become very long, you are encouraged to move it to its own subpage ("<nowikiFormatStandards/SubpageNameHere</nowiki>").
Suggested categorization systems:
- Hearthstones: by level, or by Aspect
- Artifacts: by level, or by material
- Virtue Flaws: by Virtue
What follows is a template. Again, it's not at all required; just an idea. It starts after the line spacer, which is not part of it.
Page's Name Here
Brief (one paragraph or so) synopsis here.
- back to [author's UserPage].
- back to [general wiki page that links to it, if any].
If you put in anchors (see TextFormattingRules), list them here.
Longer Justification / Explanation
If necessary, go into the details of why you're making the page.
Flavour / History
If necessary, put all your flavour text and / or history and / or fiction or whatever here.
Mechanics / Statistics
If necessary, put mechanics or statistics here.
Leave a space so people can comment on your work.