Module Page Standard

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This is the standard for module pages for the Gamemode 4 Wiki. All module pages should follow this format. This page can be used as a template after removing this first line..

Details[edit | edit source]

What the module does will be written in this section. Everything about the module will be written here, using sub-headings when needed. Only the most recent version of the module is detailed in this section.

Technical Summary[edit | edit source]

Include a small summary of technical details. These details are more in depth details that players are able to test in survival, but not necessarily easily. An example would be the blast radius of bat grenades or the exact speed of a Phantom Scarecrow projectile. Use where applicable.

Advancements[edit | edit source]

The advancements added by the module should be listed with the requirement needed to gain the advancement. Use where applicable.

Advancement Description Requirement

Compatibility[edit | edit source]

List here what modules this is compatible. This section is only used if the module specifically has features implemented to interact with another module (e.g. Desire Lines are not affected when wearing the Boots of Ostara). Use where applicable.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

List here known bugs of the module. List the bug, and the version affect (if applicable). Use where applicable.

Expansion Packs & Reliant Modules[edit | edit source]

For Base Modules, include a list of modules that are expansions of reliant modules of the base. In this section between the heading and sub headings, include an explanation that the base cannot run on its own without expansions (if applicable, e.g. Custom Crafters, Orbis). Also state that reliant modules can run most functions without this base, but some functions such as crafting recipes are available only through the base. If the base module comes pre-loaded with expansion packs, state which packs come pre-packaged with the base (e.g. Mysterious Midnights) If the base has expansion packs, but no reliant modules, then the title of the header should instead only read Expansion Packs (rather than Expansion Packs & Reliant Modules) and vice versa.

Below is an example list of expansions and reliant modules for Custom Crafters.

Expansion Packs[edit | edit source]

Reliant Modules[edit | edit source]

Learn More and Download[edit | edit source]

Include a link to the latest video by Accidental Games (if available) about the module. Include a link to the download page on gm4.co. Use the Template '{{Youtube}}' then '{{Download}}'

Vid icon.png[{{{url}}} Watch on YouTube]Gm4 logo.svg[{{{url}}} Download]

If a tutorial page regarding the module is made, it can be linked in this section.

History[edit | edit source]

A table will be used to show any changes to the module, including date, MC version number, and the change made.

The date should be written as DD/MMM(M)/YYYY format. Example: (01 Jan 2000).

Version Date Change

Previous Versions[edit | edit source]

If the module has previous versions containing different mechanics to the most current version, they will be listed here, mentioning the differences between the two versions.

Below is an example.

MC 1.8 Version[edit | edit source]

In the MC 1.8 versions, you are able to do this thing that is no longer supported in the MC 1.13 version. The feature to do this other thing is not present in the MC 1.8 version.

MC 1.9-1.10 Version[edit | edit source]

In the MC 1.9-1.10 versions of this module, you are able to do this thing that is no longer supported in the MC 1.13 versions. The feature to do this other thing is not present in the MC 1.9-1.10 version.