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Templates are used on use the Huntik Wiki in order to easily insert the same type of content throughout different pages. Using templates helps to ensure consistency between article styles as well as saving the time of duplicating the text over and over. The templates included on this page are only a small subset which represent some of the most important and commonly used templates. For more information on templates, see Help:Templates as well as Category:Templates.

Article Management

Article management templates are used to sort and classify articles when there are certain problems on the article or for sorting article content. For a full list of article management templates, see Category:Article management templates.



The Delete template should be added to nominate articles for deletion by categorizing the page under Category:Candidates for deletion. Pages proposed for deletion should abide by the deletion guidelines.



Different articles with similar or identical names may need to have a "disambiguation page" linking to the other articles. The Disambig template makes doing so easy by formatting the article and categorizing it under Category:Disambiguations. For more information on disambiguations, see Help:Disambiguation.



Stubs are articles with insufficient information. In many cases, stubs may be only a few sentences long. The Stub template may be used to flag such articles as stubs and to include them in Category:Article stubs. However, not all short pages should be considered to be stubs. Many spell pages, though short, contain all relevant and known information. For more information on stubs, see Help:Stubs.


Infoboxes are used to present basic information in quick, concise manner. Depending on the type of page, a different infobox may be used. Information is added via a series of template-specific parameters. For a full list of Infoboxes used on the Huntik Wiki, see Template:Infobox.


Image licensing templates are used to indicate the copyright holders of an image. To fully comply with copyright, all images added to the Huntik Wiki must include licensing information. For a full explanation of licensing templates, please refer to the Image Policy.

Source Citation

Source citation templates are used to easily and consistently provide in-article references without disrupting the flow of the article and without requiring that one read through a long list of references.


{{source|<episode, comic, or card>}}

The Source template should be used to provide a source which has an article on the Huntik Wiki. The most common on-Wiki sources include episodes, comics, and individual cards. Additionally, the archived page may be cited with this template as the website was removed and replaced with

External Source

{{extsource|<external URL>}}

The ExtSource template should be used to provide a source from an external website. Preferably, all external sources cited on the Huntik Wiki should be official sources.

Source Needed

{{sourceneeded}} and {{nosource}}

The SourceNeeded template may be added to pages to indicate that a statement or claim on an article needs to have a source added to provide verifiable evidence. The alias (identical) template, NoSource, may be used when a statement is thought to have been made up but when the user is not positive.

General Use

General use templates are used on a variety of pages for a variety of functions. For a full list of article management templates, see Category:General wiki templates.



The Clear templates move content below them below existing content such as images and other templates. In many cases, this may be used to make an image gallery appear at the bottom of an article, below the Infobox.

Table of Contents (TOC)


The TOC template may be used when the table of contents needs to be repositioned for some reason. Each templates floats the table of contents on the right side of the article. Both should only be used when absolutely necessary, to keep consistent design.

Template code (T)


The T template provides example template code, with a link to that template, without directly applying the template to a page. This template is mainly used on Help Pages, Template pages, and community pages. It should never appear of in-universe Huntik articles.

Message Templates

Message templates may be used to send pre-typed messages to users. Some of these messages are used by Wikia's automated message system. Others are used for quick notification of an issue with a contribution or with multiple contributions.



The Welcome template allows users to manually welcome new editors to the Huntik Wiki. In most cases, the automated Wiki messages overshadow the manual use of both of these templates.

English Wiki

{{English Wiki|<~~~~~>}}

The English Wiki (English) template may be used to send a quick message to a user who is contributing in a language besides English. This message serves as a reminder that all content on the Huntik Wiki must be in English. Provided in the message are quick links to existing Huntik Wikis in non-English languages.

Image Licensing

{{Image Licensing|<~~~~~ >|< | files = files>}}

The Image Licensing template may be used to send a quick message to a user who has forgotten to include licensing information on a file uploaded by that user and includes a reminder to add that information. The parameter | Files = may be used to specify the files at issue as follows:

| files = 
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