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<div class="dw-div-dl">Letters in ''italics'' refer to marked spots on the map.  [[Sector]] numbers in '''boldface''' are [[Secret|secrets]]{{#if:{{{notally|}}}||&nbsp;which count toward the [[Intermission screen|end-of-level tally]]}}.</div><noinclude>
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<div class="dw-div-dl">Letters in ''italics'' refer to marked spots on the map.  [[Sector]], [[thing]], and [[linedef]] numbers in '''boldface''' are [[Secret|secrets]]{{#if:{{{notally|}}}||&nbsp;which count toward the [[Intermission screen|end-of-level tally]]}}.</div><noinclude>
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==
 
Typically used below the '''Walkthrough''' section header on map articles.
 
Typically used below the '''Walkthrough''' section header on map articles.

Latest revision as of 05:35, 12 May 2022

Letters in italics refer to marked spots on the map. Sector, thing, and linedef numbers in boldface are secrets which count toward the end-of-level tally.

Usage[edit]

Typically used below the Walkthrough section header on map articles.

Use the default without notally parameter for the Doom series and Heretic, define notally for games without end-of-level tally, like Hexen and Strife.