This template is used to display values or statistics that scale, usually based on level. It can also be applied to non-linear scaling, or values that scale based on a number of stacks.

There are two generated outputs: the visible text output, and the table embedded within the tooltip. The displayed tooltip is generated by plantilla:Tooltip/Pp.


The abbreviated link {{pp|<>}} is used for brevity.

However, there are numerous optional parameters of variable usefulness:


  • 1
    • The first parameter specifies the progression's values, separated using semicolons.
  • 2
    • The second parameter specifies the values' associated levels (or other basis of scaling), again separated using semicolons.
    • If left blank, this will automatically be populated using counting numbers.
  • 3
    • If a third unnamed parameter is added, parameter 1 is overridden to become the length variable, and parameters 2 and 3 become the dependent and independent variables
  • changedisplay
    • If parameter 1 includes 5 or fewer values, the default in-line display is separated by slashes. If there are more than five values, then the in-line output will be abbreviated to a range only displaying the initial and final values plus an in-line text showing the relation between the parameters, defaulted to "(based on level)".
    • If this parameter is set to true, it will reverse the display settings from the default, established by the previous point.
  • showtype
    • Setting this parameter to true or false will respectively enable or disable the in-line text "(based on level)".
  • label1, type
    • Overwrites the label of the tooltip's first row and the in-line text's scaling factor.
    • If both parameters are present, type will over-write the in-line text, and label1 will override row 1's label.
  • label2
    • Overwrites the label of the tooltip's second row.
  • displayformula
    • Formulas are displayed automatically in tooltip if available.
    • Can be set to false or a custom string.
    • Operator symbols are switched with operator characters.
  • key, key1
    • Used to add units to values.
    • key concatenates text to each value of variable 1.
    • key1 concatenates text to each value of variable 2.
      • Both keys concatenate only if the value is a number.
  • round, round1
    • Sets the number of decimal places. Defaults to 2 decimal places.
    • Can be set to a positive integer value, ceil, floor or trunc.
  • color
  • Specifying "<initial value> to <end value>" will autopopulate the range based on the assumption that each interval is evenly spaced and that there are 18 steps, from levels 1 to 18.
  • The number of steps can be changed by inputing an integer in {{{1}}}.
  • Formulas that are not linear can be expressed using numbers, basic operators (+ - * /), and the independent variable x.
See also
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