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Description

This is the template for the Attack Strategy page. The following parameters are defined (asterisked parameters are "required"):

General Parameters

strategyname* 
The name of the strategy. This will appear in the title box of the strategy as well as in the table of contents for navigation purposes. Without a title, the strategy will not appear at all!
wikiname* 
The name (on this wiki) of the person submitting the strategy. This will link to your user page as well.
mintownhall, maxtownhall* 
Applicable Town Hall level for this strategy. Define just 'mintownhall' (as 6, for example) will result in '6+'. Defining just 'maxtownhall' (as 6, for example) will result in '0-6'. For just '6', define both 'mintownhall' and 'maxtownhall' as 6. For a range, define the lower and upper limits with mintownhall and maxtownhall.
mintrophies, maxtrophies* 
Applicable range of trophy levels for this strategy. The same logic applies here as to Town Hall.
framecolorHTMLcolorcode
Sets the color of the template frame (default: grayish-blue). A excellent list of colors can be found at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colors:_A-M
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colors:_N-Z
Or, a custom color can be specified with the following code:
#<red [hex><green [hex]><blue [hex]>

Introduction

introduction 
An optional field to allow the editor to introduce the strategy and give any other information the strategy requires (what type of base to target, minimum resources, etc.). If this parameter is not defined, this row will not appear at all in the table.

Army Composition (Troops and Spells)

Only use the parameters of the unit(s)/spell(s) that you need to; the table will auto-populate only those items that are non-blank. If you populate a parameter with "0", the unit will still show in the table.

You can define the number of any particular troop/spell, as well as optionally provide the minimum level required. The defined types are as follows (they will appear in the table in the order listed, even if they defined in a different order):

Troop/Spell QuantityMinimum Level
bowlersbowlerlevel
lavahoundslavahoundlevel
witcheswitchlevel
golemsgolemlevel
valkyriesvalkyrielevel
hogridershogriderlevel
minionsminionlevel
minersminerlevel
babydragonsbabydragonlevel
pekkaspekkalevel
dragonsdragonlevel
healershealerlevel
icewizardsicewizardlevel
wizardswizardlevel
balloonsballoonlevel
wallbreakerswallbreakerlevel
giantsgiantlevel
goblinsgoblinlevel
archersarcherlevel
barbariansbarbarianlevel
clonespellsclonespelllevel
freezespellsfreezespelllevel
jumpspellsjumpspelllevel
ragespellsragespelllevel
healingspellshealingspelllevel
lightningspellslightningspelllevel
santassurprisespellssantassurpriselevel
poisonspellspoisonspelllevel
earthquakespellsearthquakespelllevel
hastespellshastespelllevel
skeletonspellsskeletonspelllevel

Any text can be used in either field; however, if you wish to use the automatic calculation for housing space and resource cost, you must use INTEGERS ONLY IN BOTH FIELDS.

Note that Heroes are not included in the army table: if you wish to add Heroes to the army composition, use the 'armynotes' parameter (see below). Other parameters defined in this section are listed below:

armyintro 
Optional arbitrary text field for introducing the finer points of the army itself. If defined, this will appear at the top of the army composition row.
minhousing 
This parameter is for listing the minimum troop housing space requirement of the army. It is not calculated (currently) and can be a range. If defined, it will appear directly above the troop type table.
minspellhousing 
This parameter is for listing the minimum spell housing space requirement of the army. It is not calculated (currently) and can be a range. If defined, it will appear directly above the troop type table.
armynotes 
Optional arbitrary notes field for displaying additional information regarding the army composition (heroes, variants, etc.). If defined, this

will appear below the troop type table as free-form text.

calculate 
Set this to "Yes" if you wish you turn on automatic calculation of housing space and resource costs. Two additional columns will be added to the table automatically, as well as a totals row at the end. Important Note: both troop/spell quantities and minimum levels are REQUIRED, and both must be INTEGER VALUES or the calculation will not work.
suppressarmycomposition 
If you wish the entire army section not to appear, define this field. Note that this overrides populating any of the fields in the army section.

Execution

This is the section to outline the usage of the army defined in the Army Composition section. There are currently 15 parameters defined as 'step<#>' (i.e. step1, step2, etc.) that you can use to create an enumerated list. Define only the ones you need. There are two additional parameters, 'executionintro' and 'executionnotes', that are free-form text fields that will appear above and below the enumerated list, respectively.

For very brief strategies that do not require steps, you can choose to only use the 'executionnotes' (or 'executionintro') parameter.

executionintro 
A freeform text field allowing you to introduce the finer points of the army composition (objectives, etc.). Not required.
step1 
The first step of the strategy.
step2 
The second step of the strategy.

...

step15 
The fifteenth (and last) step of the strategy.
executionnotes 
Optional arbitrary notes field for displaying additional information regarding the strategy execution (variants, etc.). If defined, this will appear below the enumerated steps. It can also be defined in place of any enumerated steps if a numbered list is not desired (usually for a very simple strategy).
suppressexecution 
If you wish the entire execution section not to appear, define this field. Note that this overrides setting any of the fields in the Execution section.

Conclusion

conclusion 
Like the introduction, this is an optional field that gives the editor a place to put any final notes, cleanup, expected results, etc. If not defined, this row will not appear in the table.

Example

{{Attack Strategy
|framecolorHTMLcolorcode = Red
|strategyname = Great Strategy
|wikiname = Spottra
|thlevel = 7-10
|trophylevel = 1300-1500
|minhousing = 200
|minspellhousing = 6
|introduction = This is the introduction of my attack strategy. It is intended to be just a couple of lines long to give people an idea of what it is all about, what bases to look for, etc.
|dragons = 1
|dragonlevel = 2
|healers = 1
|healerlevel = 2
|giants = 12
|giantlevel = 4
|wallbreakers = 4
|wallbreakerlevel = 4
|goblins = 21
|goblinlevel = 4
|archers = 42
|archerlevel = 4
|barbarians = 35
|barbarianlevel = 4
|ragespells = 2
|ragespelllevel = 1
|skeletonspells = 2
|skeletonspelllevel = 2
|calculate = Yes
|armynotes = These are some notes that I need to make about the army composition. Maybe I want to say that you could substitute a troop or two, or add the Barbarian King or Archer Queen if you have them.
|step1 = This is the first step of the strategy.
|step2 = This is the second step of the strategy.
|step3 = This is the third step of the strategy.
|step4 = This is the fourth step of the strategy.
|executionnotes = This is some additional notes I can add about the execution steps.
|conclusion = This is final thoughts of the strategy and how awesome it is. Good luck!
}}

Yields:

doc (TH: Any, Trophies: Any)(Instructions)
By:Spottra
Town Hall Level:Any
Trophy Level:Any
Introduction:This is the introduction of my attack strategy. It is intended to be just a couple of lines long to give people an idea of what it is all about, what bases to look for, etc.
Army Composition:
Minimum Troop Housing Space Required: 200
Minimum Spell Housing Space Required:
6
Troop and Spell TypeQuantityMin LvlHousingCost
Barbarians354353,500 Elixir
Archers424428,400 Elixir
Giants1246021,000 Elixir
Goblins214211,680 Elixir
Wall Breakers4484,800 Elixir
Healers12146,000 Elixir
Dragons122012,000 Elixir
Rage Spells2Any440,000 Elixir
Skeleton Spells222240 Dark elixir
Totals--200+6
240 Dark elixir
97,380 Elixir
These are some notes that I need to make about the army composition. Maybe I want to say that you could substitute a troop or two, or add the Barbarian King or Archer Queen if you have them.
Execution:
  1. This is the first step of the strategy.
  2. This is the second step of the strategy.
  3. This is the third step of the strategy.
  4. This is the fourth step of the strategy.
This is some additional notes I can add about the execution steps.
Conclusion:This is final thoughts of the strategy and how awesome it is. Good luck!
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