If your item is a weapon, armour, tool, accessory, or any type of equippable, this is the page for you!
If, however, you have a craftable item that is not equipment (such as food, potions, ingots, etc), please take a look at the Template:Craftmat template.
If your item is neither craftable or equippable (logs, weeds, etc), then please take a look at the Template:Item template.
| name = Item Name
| description = Item Description
| rarity = Rarity in number of stars (i.e. 5)
| paladin,mercenary,etc = put a 1 if the item is equippable on that class, ignore otherwise
| gender = if gender restricted, put Male or Female.
| skill = if there's a required skill, put it in brackets, i.e. [[Magic Skill]], else ignore.
| skillLvl = if there's a required skill, the level it needs to be. If there's a required level (i.e. you need to be level 15 to equip this), use that instead. Otherwise ignore. Only use numbers.
| stat1 = The name of the first (or only) stat of the item.
| stat2 = The name of the second stat of the item, if applicable. If the item only has one stat, ignore.
| stat1value = value of that first stat.
| stat1good,stat1great,stat1top,stat1divine = values of the first stat for good, great, or top items respectively.
| stat2value,etc = same as stat1value,etc except for the second stat.
| special = if the item has a special effect, write here. if not, ignore.
| special2 = if the item has a second special effect, write here, otherwise ignore.
| craftClass = the crafting class to make this item, if applicable. Put in brackets, i.e. [[Blacksmith]]
| craftRank = the rank of the recipe (Fledgling, Adept, etc) if applicable. Add (High Level) if it's a high level recipe.
| ingredient1 = if craftable, the first ingredient, in brackets, i.e. [[Oak Beam]]
| ingredient2,3 = same for next two ingredients if applicable.
| amount1 = amount of first ingredient
| amount2,3 = same for next two ingredients.
| sold = price the item is sold for in stores.
| sell = price you can sell the item for at normal quality.
| sellgood,sellgreat,selltop,selldivine = same for higher qualities.
| type = category? not sure, whoever added this please edit :)
If anything is unclear about this explanation, please go bother User:Paranoodle and they'll try to fix it.