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Returns the inline-css-style to make the color the correct one for an item of the given rarity. Used in Template:ITEM infobox and Template:ItemRarity; it is unlikely you will want to use this template directly, though in some cases it may be useful where you wish to create a similar effect to Template:ItemRarity, but with additional inline styles or without the linking behavior in that template.


  • Single parameter for use on standard "parchment color" background:
  • Two parameters for use in wikitables, ITEM infoboxes, or other light/dark backgrounds:


  • First parameter (required): The rarity whose color you wish to express. This can be any of:
    • The full word description of the rarity: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Exceptional, Epic, Legendary (capitalized or not)
    • The number of mods on an item of that rarity: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    • A one letter abbreviation for that rarity: c, u, r, x, p, l (capitalized or not)
    • Any other values default to the color grey.
  • Second parameter (optional): Used to select a palette with better contrast against the background color. Possible parameters "Light" (or "L") or "Dark" (or "D"), captialized or not. Leave this parameter out for a palette designed for the default "parchment color" wiki background.


Example 1: Directly on the page

Example Code 1

<span style="{{ItemColor|Legendary}}">This is a legendary item.</span>

Example Output 1

This is a legendary item.

Example 2: Wikitable

Example Code 2

{| class="wikitable"
| <span style="{{ItemColor|4|Light}}">And this one has four mods.</span>

Example Output 2

And this one has four mods.

Example 3: Dark background

Example Code 3

<span style="background-color:#000000;font-family:Courier;{{ItemColor|L|Dark}}font-size:24px;">Can also be combined with other inline css styles.</span>

Example Output 3

Can also be combined with other inline css styles.
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