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: The human-readable individual keyword effects: keyeffect1 = [[A]] Bonus +1 per [[Keyword]], keyeffect2 = [[B]] Bonus +2 per [[Keyword]], etc.  
 
: The human-readable individual keyword effects: keyeffect1 = [[A]] Bonus +1 per [[Keyword]], keyeffect2 = [[B]] Bonus +2 per [[Keyword]], etc.  
  
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: The experience point cost to take the feat, as a numeral without units. Use commas to group digits for ease of reading.
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: The requirements needing to be met in order to take the feat. This can include experience point costs, achievements obtained, as well as ability requirements met.
 
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Latest revision as of 22:28, 26 August 2014

This template is designed to format Passive Feats on their individual articles.

Template

To use the template include the following text in the article to be edited:

{{PassiveFeatDetail
 | type = 
 | name = 
 | level = 
 | effects = 
 | keyword1 = 
 | keywordn =
 | keyeffect1 = 
 | keyeffectn = 
 | requirements =
 }}

Usage

The following parameters are used in this template.

type
This is the type of the feat (such as Armor, Reaction, etc). This entry does not currently display in the the template.
name
This is the feat's name. It will be used to set part of the feat's subheader within the larger article to allow for mid-page wikilinking.
level
This is the feat's level in numerical format. It will be used to set part of the feat's subheader within the larger article to allow for mid-page wikilinking.
effects
The human-readable string of effects: A, B, and C.
keyword1 .. n
Plain-text individual keywords: keyword1 = A, keyword2 = B, etc. Used in automated categories.
keyeffect1 .. n
The human-readable individual keyword effects: keyeffect1 = A Bonus +1 per Keyword, keyeffect2 = B Bonus +2 per Keyword, etc.
requirements
The requirements needing to be met in order to take the feat. This can include experience point costs, achievements obtained, as well as ability requirements met.