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This template generates the Featured Article section of the Fanlore main page. To read more about the Featured Article process in general, check out Fanlore:Featured Articles. Fanlore Policy & Admin and gardeners are responsible for maintaining featured article pages and templates.

How the template works

This template has several subpages, one per week: Fanlore:Featured Article Archives/2017: Week 27, Fanlore:Featured Article Archives/2017: Week 28, Fanlore:Featured Article Archives/2017: Week 29 and so on. Each subpage contains the initial paragraph (or two) of an article selected for featuring; that's the content that will appear on the main page.

This template checks what week of the year we're in (1-53) and picks the subpage corresponding to that week to display on the main page.

How to add content for upcoming featured pages

The table below lists all available weekly pages for this year:

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Find the link to the page you want to fill in. Copy the first paragraph or two from the article text, along with any links, to this page, following the format below. Make sure not to include any infoboxes, notices, or images—just the text for the first paragraph or two and the category. Make sure to include a bolded link to the page itself.

'''[[Page title]]''' is something something. Rest of the paragraph follows.

<noinclude>[[Category:Featured Article Archives]]</noinclude>

Save the page. And that's it! The section should display correctly on the main page once the week in question starts.

What to do when a new year is about to start

Edit this page and replace all mentions of the current year in the template text with mentions of the upcoming year. Make sure to change both the links in the template below and in the table above.

If the new year won't start for a few weeks, be careful—make sure to leave the last few weeks of the current year unchanged in the template, so that it can display the last few featured articles of the year correctly. (You can always come back and change the year in those links after the start of the new year.)

The template

This week's featured article

A screenshot of the game at the Adoption Center.

Petz is a fandom that covers the Petz computer games released by P.F. Magic between 1995 and 2002. The title "Petz" refers to the combination of two games, Dogz and Catz, which revolve around adopting puppies and kittens, feeding and playing with them, and other activities like training and breeding them. There are two spin-off games (Oddballz and Babiez) that are sometimes included within the Petz fandom depending on who is asked, as they are based on the same A.I.

Ubisoft aquired the Petz series in the 2000s. The community does not consider games released by Ubisoft after Petz 5 as a part of the fandom. Ubisoft produced a line of "petz" games only similar in title, however they are a completely different line of games. The community sometimes calls these Unbisoft games "Ubipetz."

The fandom is collectively known as the "Petz Community" or PC. Not all members of the Petz Community would describe their community as a fandom, however, and instead just prefer to refer to it as the Petz Community. Popular activities within the fandom include hexing (modding petz), breeding and showing, with fans also creating videos and artwork of petz.

Nominate and vote for more featured articles here.