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(I think an orange Bowser link looks a little bit more cooler than a grey unanything. Also serves as to cement Bowser as an example character, like Bowser isn't a bird for example in the rules.)
 
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{{color-link|UnAnything Wiki|#AAAAAA}}. Though you shouldn't falsely use the template as just shown, its implication is shown: change the link color of a link from the default blue. You can use a color name or a [[Help:Color codes|hexadecimal]], but be sure to add a <tt>#</tt> before the six alphanumeric sequence (or three if there's three pairs, such as C00, used in the example).
 
 
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Example: Bowser. Though you shouldn't falsely use the template as just shown, its implication is shown: change the link color of a link from the default shade of blue. You can input the name of the color you want in the second field, or you could also put in something like #ff5800 in there.
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