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{{Class}} provides an infobox for documenting essential features of Starfinder Roleplaying Game classes. 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.


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| name      = 
| races     = 
| region    = 
| alignment = {{Alignment grid
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| iconic    = 
| imagesof  = 
| source    = 
| page      = 


image (optional)
An image representing the class, usually its iconic if one is available. The recommended size is 250px, but if larger, the image should scale to fit the template.
The class's name.
races (optional)
If the class has any known racial restrictions, list the allowed races here. If there are no restrictions, use "Any".
region (optional)
Regions where this class is commonly found, if known.
alignment (optional)
The class's allowed alignments, if known. Use {{Alignment grid}} to display a range of alignments.
iconic (optional)
The class's iconic character, if any.
imagesof (optional; remove if unused)
Adds a link to the ":Category:Images of imagesof" category if it exists. For instance, if imagesof is "bloodragers", the infobox includes a link to Category:Images of bloodragers.
imagesof (optional)
The name of the category that contains images of this nation, which appears in the infobox as a link to the category page. For instance, an imagesof value of Alkenstar create a link to Category:Images of Alkenstar with the link text "Images of Alkenstar". This parameter is case-sensitive. If this parameter is omitted, the infobox uses the article name suffixed by a single "s".
source & page (optional)
The source wherein the class was first mentioned, or from which the most information is available. Link the title, and include page number if possible.

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