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{{Publication gallery}} simplifies the creation of gallery-style listings of products, such as articles for Pathfinder Adventure Paths.

Usage

{{Publication gallery
| header = 

| header1       = 
| title1        = 
| image1        = 
| author1       = 
| cartographer1 = 
| producer1     = 
| designer1     = 
| released1     = 
| description1  = 

| title2       = 
...
}}
header
This text will appear as a header row at the top of the gallery.
headern (optional)
This text will appear as a header row inside the gallery. Use this to create subsections within a gallery.
titlen
A product's title. Each titlen will have its own entry in the gallery. Enter only the title; anything in this parameter will be wrapped with link tags.
imagen (optional)
The filename, with extension, of the product's cover image. If this parameter is omitted, the template will use the value of the corresponding titlen parameter and the .jpg extension, per the normal cover image naming conventions. If the parameter is simply none, no image or link will appear.
authorn, cartographern, producern, designern (optional; use only one)
The product's cover-credited or primary author, cartographer, producer, or designer. Use link tags around each creator's name. If this parameter is omitted, the template will leave the space blank. Use only one of these types per product. The template will use the first of these creator types in the above listed order; for example, if you list both an authorn and cartographern, only the authorn will appear.


releasedn (optional)
The product's release date. If the release date is a valid date and in the future, the template should show the value of this field preceded by "Expected". Otherwise, it will use "Released". If this parameter is omitted, the template will use "Released (TBA)".
descriptionn (optional)
The product's description. If this parameter is omitted, the template will leave this space blank.

Example

{{Publication gallery
| header = Pathfinder Adventure Path

| title1       = Fires of Creation
| image1       = Fires of Creation.jpg
| author1      = [[Neil Spicer]]
| released1    = August 2014
| description1 = A strange violet bonfire burns atop the town of [[Torch]]’s central hill, its flames hot enough to allow smiths to work with the hardest of [[skymetal|exotic metals]] harvested from the enormous crashed [[starship]] at [[Numeria]]’s heart. When the fire is suddenly extinguished, the heroes must delve a previously unknown set of caves below the town that lead to a strange buried metallic ruin. Will the heroes survive the technological dungeon, or will they fall in a hail of robotic foes and laser fire?

| title2       = Lords of Rust
<!-- image2 intentionally omitted to demonstrate automatic image filename handling -->
| author2      = [[Nicolas Logue]]
| released2    = September 2014
| description2 = The heroes of the town of Torch follow a trail of clues to the sprawling junkyard known as [[Scrapwall]], where bands of desperate and violent bandits vie for control over the technological leavings and ruins found within. The [[Lords of Rust]] dominate Scrapwall, and their swiftly rising power threatens more than the town of Torch. For they have the support of one of the [[Iron God]]s of Numeria, and what slumbers fitfully beneath the wreckage of Scrapwall could catapult the Lords of Rust into a new level of power if they’re not stopped!

| header3      = Accessories

| title3        = Iron Gods Poster Map Folio
| image3        = Iron Gods Poster Map Folio.jpeg
| cartographer3 = [[Rob Lazzaretti]]
| released3     = January 2015
| description3  = 
}}
Pathfinder Adventure Path
Fires of Creation.jpg
Fires of Creation Written by Neil Spicer Released August 2014
A strange violet bonfire burns atop the town of Torch’s central hill, its flames hot enough to allow smiths to work with the hardest of exotic metals harvested from the enormous crashed starship at Numeria’s heart. When the fire is suddenly extinguished, the heroes must delve a previously unknown set of caves below the town that lead to a strange buried metallic ruin. Will the heroes survive the technological dungeon, or will they fall in a hail of robotic foes and laser fire?
Lords of Rust.jpg
Lords of Rust Written by Nicolas Logue Released September 2014
The heroes of the town of Torch follow a trail of clues to the sprawling junkyard known as Scrapwall, where bands of desperate and violent bandits vie for control over the technological leavings and ruins found within. The Lords of Rust dominate Scrapwall, and their swiftly rising power threatens more than the town of Torch. For they have the support of one of the Iron Gods of Numeria, and what slumbers fitfully beneath the wreckage of Scrapwall could catapult the Lords of Rust into a new level of power if they’re not stopped!
Accessories
Iron Gods Poster Map Folio.jpeg
Iron Gods Poster Map Folio Cartography by Rob Lazzaretti Released January 2015
Explore Numeria, the land of super-science, with the Iron Gods Poster Map Folio! Pore over masterful cartography and plan countless adventures with these three massive poster maps designed for use with the Iron Gods Adventure Path.

Limitations and tips

  • If you need to pipe a link (for instance, for [[Island of Empty Eyes (adventure)|Island of Empty Eyes]], use the {{!}} template in the titlen field: title1 = Island of Empty Eyes (adventure){{!}}Island of Empty Eyes. Remember to use an imagen parameter if necessary.