Monster DropsEdit

How do we handle what enemies "drop"? Technically they're not dropped (though some weapons or shields are actually dropped on the ground when dead), but rather may have had the items in the inventory. Should we list them as "Items Dropped," a la GuildWiki, or list them as something else? Edit: Maybe something like "Found On"? --TheSpectator 08:40, 22 March 2006 (CST)

regarding drops Edit

Well "drops" usually means what the creature either drops on the ground or is in its inventory. So I think drops works

page Edit

I've created a sample creature page -

Article standard still applicable? Edit

Looking at this standard, it seems that a lot of the information that this article says should be under subheadings is now in the creature template (specifically, the SkyrimCreatures template). For example, here's the Snowy Sable Cat template:

|image = SnowSberCat.jpg
|Level = 11
|Health = 275
|Stamina = 300
|Resistance = [[Resist Frost (Skyrim)|Resist Frost]] 50%
|Magic = 0
|Soul = [[Soul Gem (Skyrim)|Lesser]]
|Baseid = 00023AB6
|Sound=Npc sabrecat aggrowarning 01.ogg}}

Does this standard need to be updated? Cubears (talk) 00:06, April 24, 2014 (UTC)

I agree, it doesn't need that kind of info on the proper article space, although people often miss the infobox contents. Sabre Cat page translates into what I think is a prime example of creature formatting, with no filler. Regardless, this standard needs to be edited in any case, since it disregards some other guidelines, such as the use of second person, and the use of the {{1st}} template, which was put to disuse long ago. —Sky Above,Voice Within · Show thy Voice! 00:28, April 24, 2014 (UTC)


When someone gets the chance, remove the creature categories from the page please. Thanks. The Crusader of Truth (talkchat) 22:49, August 28, 2017 (UTC)

Out of habit, I just went to go do that for you. Oops. TimeoinSay G'DayView my work 22:50, August 28, 2017 (UTC)
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