These are the standards for creating Elements pages.

Page layout Edit

  • The very first thing on each Element page should be the infobox declaration. The infobox should be as complete as possible, except for rows which do not apply.
  • If there is an RPG element with the same name it should have a separate page and the classic element's page should have a disambiguation notice after the infobox.
  • This is followed by a paragraph or two laying off the most basic information about the element.
  • The first section is Description which contains the in-universe description of the element.
  • The second section is Behavior which consists of a list of behavior explanations.
    • If this is a Monster this section must begin with {{MonsterDefaults}}
    • There must also be a link to Interactions table at the beginning of this section {{Interactions Link}}
    • The first subsection is Movement. It must explain things in this order: unbrained movement, brained movement, (optional) clarifications (like serpents avoiding scrolls, being able to walk on shallow water), targetting rules.
    • The next subsection is Vulnerabilities. As the first bullet point it should list all things that can kill the element and are the same as in the defaults. If anything differs in any way (eg. serpents are damaged, not killed by weapons and puffs die immediatelly when standing on hot tile) it should be included in separate bullet points.
    • The final subsection is Others and it should contain all other behaviors and interactions between this and other elements.
  • The third section is Trivia (optional) which contains a bullet list of all interesting information which doesn't fit any other category.
  • The last section is Bugs (optional). If there are any known bugs associated with this element they should be placed here

Further ideas Edit