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More complete documentation with examples is available at {{Cite dragon}}.


{{Cite dungeon
| author      = 
| editor      = 
| title       = 
| url         = 
| format      = 
| issue       = 
| date        = 
| publisher   = 
| pages       = 
| archiveurl  = 
| archivedate = 
| accessdate  = 

Use this template to cite an article in a Dungeon magazine. It then calls {{Cite publication}} with the necessary options. For convenience, there are a number of existing templates for citing specific articles from Dungeon in Category:Dungeon citation templates. If you will be citing a specific Dungeon article on numerous wiki articles, it is best to create your own and add it to this category.

The following parameters are required:

The name of the article author(s), separated by commas. Can include wikilinks. If an author goes by an alias or has changed their name since their work was published, the original name may be appended to the current name with a forward slash (/). Example: Dale Henson/[[slade]] will render as Dale Henson (as slade).
The number of the Dungeon issue.

The following parameters are optional:

The title of the article in the magazine.
Page or pages within the issue that contain the specific reference, such as 6 or 6-8.
The date of publication of the issue in question, for example September 2004.
The publisher of the magazine. Up until Dungeon #150 this was Paizo Publishing, LLC. Since then the magazine has been self-published by Wizards of the Coast online. This is automatically calculated based on the issue parameter, but can be overridden if you so desire.
If this magazine article is available free online, you can add the URL to it and its title will turn into a link.
If url is specified, then use this to indicate the format of the publication (usually PDF, or leave blank if HTML).
URL of an internet archive copy of the publication (usually an address). Do not link this, it will be linked to the title. Requires archivedate.
Date the archive was saved in ISO 8601 format (YYYY-MM-DD). Requires archiveurl.
Date that you last retrieved the publication from either the url or archiveurl, whichever is more recent.