Soulsplit Wiki

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Any images you post to the wiki are your responsibility. There are a few rules you must accept by in order to post an acceptable picture to the Wikipedia. These rules are as follows.

  1. The image must be appropriate for children as young as 13 years of age.
  2. No images should have any nudity in them.
  3. All posted images must be Soulsplit-related. (With the exception of personal blog posts.)
  4. Any text within the image must be in British English or American English.
  5. Any images that you intend to post to a Wiki article must be high quality or an inventory (aka bank) image. (inventory images are to be left at their current ratios and sizes)


While we appreciate your contributions, the Soulsplit wiki is only looking for valuable, accurate information. We also do not want any subjective information; we are not looking for opinions, just facts. Any information that is not involving objective will most likely be removed or edited over.


Within the Wiki

Also, all information submitted to the Soulsplit wiki is usable by any wiki members as long as it is used on the wiki. (e.g. Some information didn't belong on that page, but must be suited on another page correctly)

From Other Wikis

If any information is seen to be copied from another wiki page it will be removed without notice. Your account may be suspended from further wiki activity for a short time depending on how many offenses you have made.


All information must not be copyrighted. Any information reported to us that violates any copyright laws will be removed and the culprit will be dealt with.


Any information that is measured in numbers, excluding numbers within tables or any templates, should be measured with word-based numbering or numbers. No roman numerals allowed for use on the wiki unless describing someone's name or title. (e.g. Sir Lancelot IV)

Numeral-Word Interchangeability

When describing the quantity of an object, you can use the numerical version and the word-based version interchangeably. There is only one rule when doing this. Any number preceding 10 must be written as a word. In contrast, any number described that is beyond 10 must be written with numerical numbers.


There are two spawns. (Preceeding 10)

There are 200 available gemstones in the store. (Beyond 10)


Italicizing can be done by inserting two apostrophes at the beginning of your selection and at the end or by selecting the tiltedfrom the visual editor's toolbar.

Italicization should only be used when attempting to draw attention to a specific word.

For example, it could make the difference between this

You only have a thousand dollars.

and this

You only have a thousand dollars.

We at the wiki understand that it could also be used to represent sarcasm, but please refrain from using it in that tone for the sake of the wiki's professionalism.


Bolding text can be used to highlight a key word or distinguish the word from others particularly pertaining to making titles. Bolding a font can be done by adding three apostrophes before and after the phrase you wish to show in bold-type. This can also be done by highlighting your selected phrase and selecting the bold-type in your visual editor's toolbar. Adding bold increases professionalism by showing clear differences between the differing texts. Remember, organization is essential to creating a professional wiki.


The Soulsplit team advises you to use this sparingly.

When editting the Soulpslit wiki, you will never use underlines.

Underlines can be made by placing your text in between two parallel arrows facing opposite directions with a "u" in the middle on either side of the selection. The ending underline code should also include a forward slash preceding the "u." A standard coding for an underline is as follows:

<u> Your text here </u>


Strikethroughs are only used in the blogs section of the Soulsplit wiki. They show that one section is no longer valid and/or completed. You can create a strikethrough by inserting "strike" between two parallel arrows facing opposite directions on either side of your selection.

The source code is as follows:

<strike> Accomplished Task </strike>

What is displayed when done correctly:

Accomplished Task


The Soulsplit wiki staff have deemed that linking to unverified or non-Soulsplit related websites is entirely inappropriate for the wiki. So, please, watch what you link.

Hyperlinks can be added to wiki pages by either adding double brackets around words or placing a single set of brackets around the URL and the intended text. This can be helpful when trying to reference a specific source pertaining to a Soulsplit event or update.

Double brackets create a link to another Soulsplit wiki page. You can create a double bracket link by following this standard:

 [[Desired Linked Page|Chosen Text]] 

Single brackets create links to outside sources. These may only be used if linking to the offical Soulsplit website or the official Soulsplit forums. Any abuse of this privelege and you will be blocked and your edits will be revoked. By following this standard you can correctly build an external link:

 [ desired text] 

Note that this one does not utilize pipes; adding pipes will still cause it to function correctly, but is redundant when it has absolutely no benefits.


Headings should be used when stating main topics within the article. They are essentially titles underneath titles. These can also be reached from the Headings drop down menu on the visual editor's toolbar. They are not to be used as a replacement for a bold or italicized font. Each number the heading is associated with represents priority in an article or document( 1 being the highest tier.) These should be the standards to be followed while creating headings:

Header 1 is the page's title

Header 2


Header 3


Header 4


Heading 5



The Soulsplit team advises you to use this sparingly.

A line can be produced by typing four hyphens consecutively. This is normally used for sectioning off the least important information (such as trivia, fun facts, etc.)

This is an example of the shortcode:


You can also use the HTML Coding for line making. When using the coding, any HTML language is allowed. This includes, size=, noshade, width=, and align=.

Here is an example of the code:

<hr noshade size=4 width="50%">

This is what it displays when done correctly:


The Soulsplit wiki has three major infoboxes. The Infobox Item, the Quest details infobox and the Infobox Monster. All three are designed to give the average reader the information they need as quickly as possible.

After all, wikipedia means quick information.

Infobox Item

Item Name Here
Please add an image for Style Guide!
Members? Unknown edit
Quest items? Unknown edit
Tradeable? Unknown edit
Stackable? Unknown edit

The first infobox, the item infobox, is used for pages dedicated to describing specific items. This infobox will never be used for anything besides making item information quickly available. The images within this infobox should always be the inventory sprite.

The item infobox's syntax is as follows:

{{Infobox Item
|name          =  The item's in-game name, not a short form. 
|AKA           =  (Optonal). What the item is commonly called by others. 
|image         =  An inventory image of the item. 
|members       =  If the item is members, Yes or No. 
|quest         =  If the item is a quest item, use [[<Quest Name>]] 
|tradeable     =  If the item is tradeable, Yes or No. 
|equipable     =  If the item is equipable, Yes or No. 
|stackable     =  If the item is stackable, Yes or No. 
|credit        =  What the item costs in the Soulsplit shop. (If there is no credit price do not put down anything)
|examine       =  What the item says when examined.

Remember, don't use hyperlinks in this infobox. It looks silly with the box and could potentially screw with certain aspects of the code.

Infobox Monster

Monster Name Here
Upload an image for Style Guide!
Monster Information
Attack Style Unknown edit
Members? Unknown edit
Combat level Unknown edit
Monster HP Unknown edit
Always Drops Unknown edit
Aggressiveness Unknown edit
Slayer Monster? Unknown edit
Weakness? Unknown edit
Approximate Capture Kills Unknown edit
Capture Requirements Summoning-icon.pngUnknown edit
Hunter-icon.pngUnknown edit
Examine text Unknown edit

The second infobox, the monster infobox, is used specifically for giving quick information about monsters only. This infobox should never be used unless to hand out monster information quickly.

This infobox's syntax is as follows:

{{Infobox Monster
|name            = Auto-filled with the page's name if left blank
|image           = not optional, add your image file here
|caption         = Optional, place descriptive words to describe the picture here
|aka             =
|Attack style    = Always either melee, mage or ranged
|Members         = Is this item members only? Yes/No
|Combat level    = insert the NPC's combat level here
|Monster HP      = Insert the monster's total health points here
|Always drops    = Insert the top 3 items that the monster always drops here. Write "None" if the monster has no 100% drops
|Aggressive      = Does this monster attack you before you attack it? Yes/No
|Slayer monster? = Can this monster be assigned as a slayer task? Yes/No
|Weakness        = Does this monster have an attack style weakness? Write it's weakness is or write "None" if the monster has no weakness.
|Capkills        = How many times do you need to kill this monster to capture it? Write that here.
|Caplevel        = What summoning level is required to capture this monster? Instert the level number ONLY.
|Examine text    = Insert the text that appears in your chatbox upon selecting the examine option here.

Quest Details

The third and last infobox, the Quest Details infobox, is designed specifically for quests. Only accurate and up-to-date information is to be placed into this. The syntax is as follows:

{{Quest details
|start        = Quest start location
|length       = Length of the quest
|members      = Yes/No
|requirements = Any requirements? List them here. Use bullets to list.
|extendedReq  = Any quest prerequisites? List them here. Use bullets to list.
|items        = Items required/recommended. Make sure to differentiate.
|kills        = Enemies you must/might have to defeat. Be sure to differentiate.


There is currently Two tables utilized on this Wikipedia: the experience table and the item bonuses table. Each table serves a unique purpose and are used to give users access to numerical information regarding loot, stats, or prices.