Difference between revisions of "Template:Monstertype"

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!<center>'''{{PAGENAME}}''' Monstertype</center><includeonly>[[Category:Monsters]]</includeonly><noinclude>[[Category:Templates]]<noinclude>
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!<center>Monster Type</center>
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|<center>'''{{PAGENAME}}''':<br>is a '''[[Monster]]'''</center>
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This include span tags, even if the reason it doesn't work isn't known. Long strings seems to be the bad guy, as even a straight external link won't work.
 
This include span tags, even if the reason it doesn't work isn't known. Long strings seems to be the bad guy, as even a straight external link won't work.
  
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This template is used if the article is about a D2 monster, and what types of monster categories it belongs to.
 
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Latest revision as of 10:47, 19 September 2008

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Monster Type

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Monstertype:
is a Monster


PLEASE NOTE: It seems impossible to add an edit link like this: "[e]" in the template and show properly.

This include span tags, even if the reason it doesn't work isn't known. Long strings seems to be the bad guy, as even a straight external link won't work.

This template is used if the article is about a D2 monster, and what types of monster categories it belongs to.