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{{Ship}} is an infobox template designed to organize information about ships in the Pathfinder campaign setting. This is usually, but not limited to, nautical craft. Per the No crunch policy, do not include mechanical statistics for the ship.

Template

{{Ship
| name       = 
| image      = 
| class      = 
| keel       = 
| beam       = 
| draft      = 
| propulsion = 
| armament   = 
| launched   = 
| status     = 
| fate       = 
| captains   = 
| crew       = 
| imagesof   = 
| source     = 
| page       = 
}}

Usage

name (optional)
The ship's name. Add italics to the formatting of this parameter's value.
image (optional)
An image of the ship.
class (optional)
The general type of the ship (galleon, river barge, etc.). See ship for a selection of ship types.
keel (optional)
The keel length of the ship.
beam (optional)
The beam length of the ship.
draft (optional)
The draft of the ship.
propulsion (optional)
A short description of the ship's means of propulsion, one per line (24 oars, 3 square-sailed masts, etc.).
armament (optional)
A list of the number and types of the ship's armaments, one per line (2 ballistae, 8 gunpowder cannons, etc.).
launched (optional)
The date and location that vessel was first launched (i.e., 4 Rova 4681 AR, Korvosa).
status (optional)
The current state of the ship (i.e., part of the Aspis Consortium fleet).
fate (optional)
The fate of the ship (i.e., "Lost at sea, 4698 AR").

Fate and status generally shouldn't both be filled in. Whichever one sounds most appropriate for the situation should be filled in. Use fate when the ship sank or was scrapped, and use status when the ship is active, kept in reserve, etc.

captains (optional)
A list of known captains and their service dates, one per line.
crew (optional)
The number of ship's crew. Non-crew members of the ships standard complement can also be listed here (a platoon of marines for example).
imagesof (optional)
The name of the category that contains images of this ship, which appears as a link to the category page. For instance, an imagesof value of Burnt Saffron will create a link to Category:Images of Burnt Saffron with the link text "Images of Burnt Saffron".
source & page (optional)
The source wherein the ship was first published or from which the most information is available. Link the title, and include page number if possible.