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== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==
 
To embed this template on a page, copy & paste the code below to the top of the new page:
 
To embed this template on a page, copy & paste the code below to the top of the new page:
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==The Template==
 
==The Template==
  
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(for example)</noinclude><blockquote><table style="padding-top:5px; padding-bottom:0px; padding-left:10px; padding-right:10px;border:1px solid #6a6a6a;"><TR><TD><P> '''{{{title|}}}<noinclude>Hellhound</noinclude> '''</p><P>{{{text|}}}<noinclude>  
 
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A demonic dog of hell, usually referring to Cerberus, the dog of Hades from Greek Mythology. The ghostly hounds are said to haunt parts of the United Kingdom and many names are given to the apparitions: Black Shuck of East Anglia, Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales. Hellhounds are a common creature in fantasy fiction, such as in Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and Frank Belknap Long's "The Hounds of Tinadalos". They are also a common enemy in role-playing and video games, including "Dungeons & Dragons", "Shadowrun", "RuneScape", "Adventure Quest" and the "Zork" series.</noinclude></p>
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<p style="text-align: right;"> &ndash; {{{author|}}}<noinclude>[[Pad of Definitions]] ([[2.08 Crossroad Blues]])</noinclude>, {{{source|}}} <noinclude>[[Official Website]]</noinclude></p></td></tr></table></blockquote>
 
 
<P>'''{{{title|}}}<noinclude>Hellhound</noinclude>'''</p>
 
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A demonic dog of hell, usually referring to Cerberus, the dog of Hades from Greek Mytholody. The ghostly hounds are said to haunt parts of the United Kingdom and many names are given to the apparitions: Black Shuck of East Anglia, Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales. Hellhounds are a common creature in fantasy fiction, such as in Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and Frank Belknap Long's "The Hounds of Tinadalos". They are also a common enemy in role-playing and video games, including "Dungeons & Dragons", "Shadowrun", "RuneScape", "Adventure Quest" and the "Zork" series.</noinclude></p>
 
 
 
<p style="text-align: right;"> &ndash; {{{author|}}}<noinclude>[[Pad of Definitions]] ([[2.08 Crossroad Blues]])</noinclude>, {{{source|}}} <noinclude>[[Official Website]]</noinclude></p></td></tr></table>
 

Latest revision as of 16:07, 11 September 2009

Usage

To embed this template on a page, copy & paste the code below to the top of the new page:

{{Quotation
|title=
|text=
|author= 
|source= 
}}



The Template

(for example)

Hellhound

A demonic dog of hell, usually referring to Cerberus, the dog of Hades from Greek Mythology. The ghostly hounds are said to haunt parts of the United Kingdom and many names are given to the apparitions: Black Shuck of East Anglia, Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales. Hellhounds are a common creature in fantasy fiction, such as in Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and Frank Belknap Long's "The Hounds of Tinadalos". They are also a common enemy in role-playing and video games, including "Dungeons & Dragons", "Shadowrun", "RuneScape", "Adventure Quest" and the "Zork" series.

Pad of Definitions (2.08 Crossroad Blues), Official Website