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{{Accessory}} is for use in any article about real-world accessories. Some parameters are optional and can be left blank. If undefined, these optionals will not appear. The recommended image size is a width of 250px so that it will completely fill the infobox without increasing its size. This template was derived from {{Book}}, which was initially borrowed from, and future additions based upon, the Book Template at the Forgotten Realms Wiki.


| image     = 
| website   = 
| title     = 
| author    = 
| artist    = 
| author1   = 
| author2   = 
| artist1   = 
| artist2   = 
| publisher = 
| pubcode   = 
| price     = 
| released  = 
| expected  = 
| type      = 
| quantity  = 
| material  = 
| isbn      = 
| isbne     = 
| rules     = 
| series    = 
| follows   = 
| precedes  = 
| awards    = 
| errata    = 
| enhance   = 
| gallery   = 


image (optional)
An image of the product's cover. The recommended size is 250px. If the image is a placeholder, include {{placeholder}} after the image.
website (optional)
The url of the product's official product page on the publisher's website.
The title of the product. Don't forget to italicize.
The human-readable string of artists: [[A]], [[B]], and [[C]].
author (optional)
The human-readable string of authors: [[A]], [[B]], and [[C]].
artist1 .. n
Plain-text individual artists: artist1 = A, artist2 = B, etc. Used in automated categories.
author1 .. n (optional)
Plain-text individual authors: author1 = A, author2 = B, etc. Used in automated categories.
This will usually be Paizo Inc..
pubcode (optional)
The publisher's product code for this release (PZO9500, etc.).
The purchase price of the product, usually in the form of Print: $4.99 <br /> PDF: Free.
released (optional)
Could be simply a year (1998) or a month and year (June 1998).
Include this only if the product has been released. If not, use "expected," below.
expected (optional)
Could be simply a year (1998) or a month and year (June 1998).
Include this for products that have been announced but are not yet available.
Once the product is released, use "released" above.
The product type. Allowed types are:
  • Accessory
If the type is not in this list, the page is put into Category:Accessories.
quantity (optional)
The number of objects in the product. For example, note that a dice set contains seven dice here. Use <br /> to break lines if necessary.
material (optional)
What the accessory is made of. For example, you can note that a dice set is made of plastic, or a prop is made of metal.
isbn (optional)
The ISBN product code of the physical version.
isbne (optional)
The ISBN product code of the electronic version.
series (optional)
If this product is part of a series, the name of the series.
follows and precedes (optional)
Wiki links to the products that immediately precede and follow the entry.
If the entry is the first or last product in a series, leave the associated parameter blank.
Remember that all product titles should be italicized.
awards (optional)
List awards won by this product here.
errata (optional)
Links to official errata for the product should be listed here. Suggested format: [http://paizo.com/errata/link 1st printing]
enhance (optional)
Links to official web enhancements for the product should be listed here. Suggested format: [http://paizo.com/enhancement/link Extra encounter]
gallery (optional)
If the article name is different than its artwork category, include the alternative title here. For example, Crypt of Fools (scenario) is the name of the article, but artwork from this volume appears in Category:Artwork from Crypt of Fools, so one would add Crypt of Fools in this optional parameter.

Automated Categories

author1 .. n
If authorn is defined, add "Category:Works by AUTHORn" for each entry.
artist1 .. n
If artistn is defined, add "Category:Artwork by ARTISTn" for each entry.
Category:Products with web enhancements
Category:Products with errata
gallery (not defined)
"Category:Artwork from PAGENAME"
gallery (defined)
"Category:Artwork from GALLERY"
released, expected, type
When these parameters are passed, the following categories are used:

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