Talk:Geographical index of Toril

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I set up a Forgotten Realms project but understanding how that works is terrible. Can someone help? Reply to David Latapie

Template for Countries[edit]

What, exactly, does "economy" mean? It seems to me there must be a better template...--RYard 01:53, 5 September 2005 (UTC)

Sure, but I have problem understanding how template infoboxes work. I first had the idea of economy with Altumbel. Let'sz work together on something better! Reply to David Latapie 21:07, 15 September 2005 (UTC)

Guidelines for description[edit]

Please follow the Halruaa (as default) and Silver Marches (for mentions of paper material and conjugation with Realmslore) entries for inspiration. Even better, could someone create an infobox, like the one for real-world countries or like the one for Starcraft? I tried something, but so far, not

This is how it should look like:

Description. Try to include the bordering lands and bodies of water
- capitol city:
- economy:
#Official Material
#Specific Prestige Classes
#Regional feats
#Specific templates
#Novels and modules
#External Links

One can also add monsters only available in some specific places.