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{{City}} describes an active settlement of any size (from Thorp to Metropolis) in the Starfinder campaign setting. Ruins, or any other form on uninhabited settlement, should be classified as a "location". Nearly all parameters are optional and can be left blank, though it is preferred to include as many as possible; if undefined, these optional parameters will not appear as part of the template. The recommended image size is a width of 250px, so that it will completely fill the infobox without increasing its size.

This template is based upon the Person Template located at the Forgotten Realms Wiki.


| image        = 
| name         = 
| titles       = 
| plane        = 
| planet       = 
| nation       = 
| region       = 
| size         = 
| population   = 
| demographics = 
| government   = 
| alignment    = 
| natives      = 
| adjective    = 
| ruler        = 
| leader       = 
| regionmap    = 
| source       = 
| page         = 


The name of the settlement. This should be the name by which the settlement is most commonly known.
image (optional)
An image representing the settlement. This can either be a depiction of the skyline, a house or neighborhood, its inhabitants, or its flag or symbol. The recommended size is 250px, but if larger, the image should scale to fit the template.
titles (optional)
Any titles, nicknames, or pseudonyms of the settlement.
plane (optional)
The plane on which the settlement can be found, if it is located outside the Material Plane.
planet (optional)
The astronomical object on which the settlement can be found. If the settlement encompasses an entire astronomical object (such as an entire space station), include this template on the same page as the astronomical object.
nation (optional)
The country in which the settlement can be found. If it is located on another plane, then the plane should be listed.
region (optional)
Any land or region smaller than the collective region listed above in which the settlement can be found, such as a state, county, barony, etc.
population (optional)
The current total number of inhabitants.
demographics (optional)
The demographic breakdown of the settlement's population, either by percentage or total numbers.
government (optional)
The settlement's type of government as defined on pp. 206-207 of the GameMastery Guide Click this link to see if this article exists on PathfinderWiki. and p. 231 of Ultimate Campaign Click this link to see if this article exists on PathfinderWiki., and defined as follows:
  • Anarchy (no formal government)
  • Autocracy (rule by single individual chosen by the people)
  • Council (rule by a group)
  • Magical or Magocracy (leadership by people of great magical power)
  • Oligarchy (rule by a group of the wealthy and powerful)
  • Overlord (single, unelected ruler who achieved power through heredity or overthrow of government)
  • Republic (rule by a parliamentary body of elected or appointed officials)
  • Secret Syndicate (rule by illegal or unofficial group)
  • Theocracy (rule by leader of the most prominent religion)
alignment (optional)
The settlement's overall alignment, representative of its government or inhabitants, if known.
natives (optional)
The demonym for the city: the word used to describe a native of the city.
adjective (optional)
The adjective used to describe entities of or pertaining or relating to the city.
ruler (optional)
The name of the settlement's head of government, either an individual or collective.
leader (optional)
The name or names of other important figures in the community.
locatormap (optional)
A map locating the settlement on a planet, if relevant.
regionmap (optional)
A map of the countryside surrounding the settlement.
source & page (optional)
The source wherein the settlement was first mentioned, or from which the most information is available. Link the title, and include page number if possible.

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