Talk:Spirit Guardian (5e Class)

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Adding the Class Template[edit]

Okay, hi! Now, I am very sorry if things look like a mess, I know you probably thought that somebody vandalized your class when you first saw it, but I promise nobody did. I just added in the class template (copied and pasted from the preload) below everything else you had typed down, and started moving things over. Feel free to help me with moving stuff around (I have other stuff to do, so I will work on this in increments), but I understand if you don't want to.

Now, you do need to put in or reply to me the hit dice, saving throws, skills, armor proficiencies, weapon proficiencies, tool proficiencies, and stuff. GTG! --Cosmos (talk) 15:09, 6 February 2019 (MST)


So I would like to add in a picture or two at some point, I just don't have said picture yet. If it is possible to add in the picture web command but have it hidden from the page viewing until a picture could be added, that would save a lot of headache. If not, that's cool, I'll just go in an add it later...somehow.


LOL funny you should ask this because I was actually trying to figure out how to turn the image command into a comment (therefore hiding it, without activating the code), but couldn't do it, so I removed it. But this is the piece of code that I deleted, for you to copy and paste <div class="externalimage-holder" style="width:50%"> {{5e Image|float:right|<!--link to an image-->|<!--Caption, art credit, link to source-->}}</div>. And also, you can sign your comments with two dashes and four tildes, like this... --~~~~. The result is this... --Cosmos (talk) 14:50, 11 February 2019 (MST)
Alright cool. I'll keep this all in mind for other pages I make/chat on talk pages for. (EDIT: It's Arcane, I just forgot to login :P) -- 11:37, 12 February 2019 (MST)
Nice LOL. And one more Wiki advice... do you see that these replies are slowly shifting to the right the farther down it goes? This is to show that they are replies in a single conversation. You can do that by using colons (look at the beginning of each reply in the code). --Cosmos (talk) 12:11, 12 February 2019 (MST)
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