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<div name="Incomplete notice" class="boilerplate metadata" id="incomplete" style="background-color:#E6D88D; margin:1em; padding:0 10px; border:1px solid #000;">
'''This page is incomplete. Unless this article is finished or moved into a sandbox within 7 days of this notice, it will be removed from the wiki in accordance with our standards.'''
The following areas must be completed or removed for the article to be considered complete, at which point this template may be removed:
''{{{1|General incompleteness, or no specific area was indicated.}}}''
No article in our standard navigation pages may link to an incomplete or sandbox article, so please check [[Special:Whatlinkshere/{{FULLPAGENAME}}|what links here]] and [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=history}} the page history] before moving this article. Please see our [[Dungeons and Dragons Wiki:Content Requirements#Incomplete Articles|Content Requirements]] for additional information regarding our policies towards incomplete articles.
</div><includeonly>[[Category:Incomplete Articles]]</includeonly>

Latest revision as of 16:34, July 3, 2010

Template documentation (for the above template, sometimes hidden or invisible)
This template is used to mark pages as incomplete, categorizing them in Category:Incomplete Articles.
Type {{incomplete|<Reason>}} on the incomplete page. Replace "Reason" in your entry with the justification for the page's deletion. If no reason is specified, the template with use "General incompleteness, or no specific area was indicated" as the reason the article is considered incomplete.

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