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If you have any question about templates (how do they work) leave a comment on my user page

--Jouki (talk) 03:10, 11 December 2016 (UTC)
Or you can just try leave a comment in discussion of the page but I'm not sure when I answer you

alright, I almost finished my work. This page holds every value of all perks so basically if any value change due to update, this page will be only one page where you change it. (doesn't include change notes on a individual pages) Values will change everywhere where's the template used (perk page and perk table, and if there's any other page with values like these pages it will change too)

Some examples of calling:

{{pl|level = 1 - 3|agitation}}
{{pl|level = 1 - 3|{{lc:{{PAGENAME}}}}}
{{pl|level = 1 - 3}}
{{pl|v = 1 - 5|{{lc:{{PAGENAME}}}}}}
{{pl|v = 1 - 5|agitation}}
{{pl|v = 1 - 5}}

'v' stands for value. It means which value serie you want to display. Basically if you have first trio some % values it will display the first 3 values from switch table of perk_lookups (above).

Description of switch/lookup table

 '{{perk_lookup}}' - is a template which provides right interpretation of values.

'level' - If you input the parameter level (in range 1 - 3) the template will return every value of this level of perk. Which basically means if there are 3 different modificators of perk (movement speed, repair speed and some radius in meters) these values will be returned for PERK LEVEL 1 or 2 or 3

'v' - (value) is the similar parameter as 'level' but for individual value and all perk levels which means if the first modificator is for example movement speed [%] the returned string will be xx/yy/zz % (example: 130/160/190 %)

Level and v parameters are very similar to [x,y] ([v,level]) coords in matrix:

level = ⇩
v = ⇨ 130 160 190 [%]
        5  10  15 [%]
       16  32  64 [meters]

'bl' - base-level which means the rarity of the first level of perk.
IF bl = 1, perk level 2 will be uncommon and level 3 rare
IF bl = 3, perk level 2 will be very rare and level 3 ultra rare

'u1' - 'u5' - unit1 - unit5 you can set individual unit for any values (not for every single one, only for the trinity value)

dev bugs

1. The only problem is, right now the whole system shows undefined parameters: