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Latest revision as of 04:21, 24 March 2014

Template documentation (for the above template, sometimes hidden or invisible)

This template is to indicate and explain a resolution of conflicting canon. When a conflict has been resolved (according to policy), the template should be used with a parameter describing the issue being resolved (e.g. {{conflict|Favored Weapon}}). This will insert a superscript dagger () which links to a sub-page of the current article titled Conflicts (e.g. Pazuzu/Conflicts). The chronicler should then edit the Conflicts page to include a level three heading with the same text used as a parameter in the {{conflict}} template(e.g. ===Favored Weapon===). Under that heading, an explanation of how the conflict was resolved should be provided.


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