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The following Layout guide will explain how a hero art page should look on the TEPPEN Wiki.

Infobox

  • The infobox Template:Infobox HeroArt should be used at the beginning of the article, before anything else. It should be used in the following way:
{{Infobox HeroArt
    |title=The name of the hero art
    |image=The file name of the hero art (image, not video)
    |japname=The Japanese name of the hero art
    |hero=The hero the art belongs to
    |ap=The current AP cost of the hero art
    |unlock=The hero level the art gets unlocked
    }}

Notes:

Shinku Hadoken image example

Obtaining the Shinku Hadoken image from the site.

  • The file used at the infobox will always be taken from the official site. You can find and save this image by right-clicking at a hero's page on the site and then selecting "Inspect" or by using CTRL + SHIFT + I then selecting "Sources" and selecting the following folders in this order: _materials → img → world/heroes then select the folder of the hero you are currently viewing on the site. At this point you can easily find the image and save it.
  • The Japanese name can easily be taken from the official Japanese site.
  • All heroes have 3 hero arts and all 3 of them are always unlocked on the same level, these are Level 1, Level 3 and Level 10.

Examples

Quicksilver

{{Infobox HeroArt
    |title=Quicksilver
    |image=Quicksilver.jpg
    |japname=クイックシルバー
    |hero=[[Dante]]
    |ap=18
    |unlock=Level 1
    }}

Darkness Illusion

    {{Infobox HeroArt
    |title=Darkness Illusion
    |image=Darkness Illusion.jpg
    |japname=ダークネスイリュージョン
    |hero=[[Morrigan Aensland]]
    |ap=22
    |unlock=Level 3
    }}

Quote & Intro

After the infobox, the voice line spoken by the character during the hero art should be listed by using {{Quote}}. The template works this way:

{{Quote|voice line|hero name}}

For example, typing:

{{Quote|Naughty, naughty... get what you deserve.|Morrigan}}

Will show the following:

Naughty, naughty... get what you deserve.
—Morrigan

Notes:

  • Some hero arts and/or heroes do not have a voice line or do not speak anything during their arts, in these cases, do not add the {{Quote}} template.
  • When typing the hero's name on the template, you can just use their first name rather than their "full" official name. (i.e type "Jill" instead of "Jill Valentine")

After the {{Quote}} template, the following should be typed:

{{Nihongo|'''hero art name'''|Japanese text|rōmaji}} is a [[Hero Art]] of [[hero name]].

About Template:Nihongo

Japanese example

"Dākunesuiryūjon" is the Rōmaji of "ダークネスイリュージョン".

The Template:Nihongo is used to list the name of a subject in a different language, as mentioned in the Manual of Style, the TEPPEN Wiki may add the Japanese name of something in a page due to the game being developed by a Japanese team.

The official Japanese site contains all hero art names in Japanese. In order to find out the Rōmaji version, simply paste the Japanese text at Google Translate and then the Rōmaji will appear below the text.

After this, simply copy and paste the text onto the template:

{{Nihongo|'''Hey, Nico!'''|カモン!ニコ!|Kamon! Niko!}} Turns into...
Hey, Nico! (カモン!ニコ! Kamon! Niko!?)

As you can see, the Japanese name of Nero's Hey, Nico! hero art is "Come on! Nico!", while the English localization changed it to "Hey, Nico!".

Sections

Past the above, the page should have the following sections:

Effect

The effect section mirrors the hero art's effect list from either in-game or at the official site. When listing abilities, you must use Template:Ability so that the categories will automatically be added to the page, and it will be listed at the Abilities page. Please see Template:Ability to learn how to use the template.

Patch History

The patch history section shall either have "N/A" for when the hero art in question has had no changes, or Template:Patched when a change has been made. Please see Template:Patched to learn how to use it.

Background

The background section is used as an explanation of the background of the hero art, such as what exact game the subject within the animation is referencing to, what the name of the hero art means, etc. This section does not need to be used in every single page, but if you find a page without this and would like to add it in, feel free to do so. You may also add an image or video that shows the exact moment in a game that the art is referencing to.

See also

The see also section is made with mobile users in mind, this section shall list to the other two hero arts of a hero, in order of the level unlocked. For example, if you are editing the Charge Shot page, the see also section should list Heart Tank then Gaea Armor. The list should be created by using a *.
Example:

    * [[Heart Tank]]
    * [[Gaea Armor]]
 

Turns into this:

Gallery

The gallery section shall have two videos of the hero art's animation, these videos must be taken from the official site and the official Japanese site for the Japanese version. The reason for this is because the site contains videos of all hero arts, however these videos are set to "Unlisted" on YouTube, this means that one can only find them by having a link to it.

You must head to Special:Videos to upload a video to the wiki, only a link to the video is required in order to upload a video. The link can be found by watching the hero art video at the site and then selecting to copy it.

Once uploaded, the file will automatically have the video's title as the file name, and only admins can rename the file. Afterwards, simply type the following:

<gallery>
  file name of the English video|English
  file name of the Japanese video|Japanese
  </gallery>
 

Example:

<gallery>
  Ebony & Ivory|English
  エボニー&アイボリー|Japanese
  </gallery>

Turns into this:

Note:

  • Some hero arts only have one video at the official site (being the English one), this is due to how the creature/monster in question does not speak during the animation and also has the same voice between the two versions. For these cases, you will have to only add the English version, at this point, the "|English" text is not needed. Please see Spike Divebomb for an example.
  • Some heroes do not speak at all during their hero arts but instead just grunt, whisper, or Yawn. In these cases the official site will still have a Japanese version of the hero art due to how the character has two different voice actors/actresses for the two versions. You must include both videos if this is the case. As aforementioned, see Yawn for an example.

Sources

The Sources section should only be used if a statement within the article is using a reference template.

The only thing written at this section should be {{Reflist}}, this will automatically write down all the references to the page. Unlike the Patch History section, the Sources section should only exist if a reference is used within the page.

You may also choose to write down the link on this section rather than use {{Reflist}}, but this is generally only used on pages where most or all content written comes from the same source. Please see Version 1.5 Update for an example of this.

Please see TEPPEN Wiki:Referencing to learn how to add references to pages.

The Bottom

The bottom of the page must always have the {{HeroArts}} template, this template lists all hero arts on the wiki and acts as a quick link for the reader. Please note that this template may appear awkwardly for mobile users, which is why the "See also" section exists.


Typing:

{{HeroArts}}

Will show this:

Hero Arts

Ultimate WeaponGenesisAntibody Activation Shinku HadokenDenjin RenkiMetsu Shoryuken
Dive AttackWrath AwokenBlazing Wall Devil BreakerTrue PowerHey, Nico!
Heart TankCharge ShotGaea Armor KikoshoHyakuretsukyakuYawn
Fight Against Inner DemonsRakuhouhaTenkuuha TemptationDarkness IllusionShadow Blade
QuicksilverEbony &amp; IvoryDevil Trigger Raging DemonSekia KuretsuhaAshura Senku
Dark DestructionUroborosBringer of Nightmares Spike DivebombSpike LaunchChange Form

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