What is "flavor"? Flavor text is the term that Wizards of the Coast assigned to lore that adds nothing to the function of a collectible game card, yet is included on the card to increase excitement ... excitement not conveyed by numbers and instructions. I can think of no better name for it.

This template is intended for the top of every ability page, usually appearing as the first text of the article, unless there's a disambiguation.

Its purpose is to:

  • enforce consistent formatting of flavor text for abilities, i.e., indent, italicize.
  • cut down on space dedicated to flavor text, for the reasons discussed at the WW:VP#Spell_sayings.


{{AbilityFlavor|<flavor text>|<source>|<page>}}

  • <ability text> = The text to display
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    You need to specify a language like this: <source lang="html4strict">...</source>

    Supported languages for syntax highlighting:

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     = A valid reference [[Warcraft universe|source]] (optional)
**The template will attempt to locate a page for the source. If a page does not exist it will assume it is one of the entries in the [[WoWWiki:Book citation index|Book citation index]]. *<page> = the page number or range (optional) Remember to add a ''References'' section and {{t|reflist}} to the page if needed, as per the [[WoWWiki:Citation|Citation policy]]. ==Examples== {{t|AbilityFlavor|"How's it taste?" -Marlowe Christophers|TCG Scourgewar|102}} {{AbilityFlavor|"How's it taste?" -Marlowe Christophers|TCG Scourgewar|102}} {{t|AbilityFlavor|"How's it taste?" -Marlowe Christophers|TCGSW|102}} {{AbilityFlavor|"How's it taste?" -Marlowe Christophers|TCGSW|102}} ==References== {{Reflist}} <noinclude>[[Category:Template documentation|AbilityFlavor]]</noinclude>
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