Cut-n-Paste the following for each Tome/Artifact. Remove irrelevant sections.
<!-- (Name of location - land, city, country, dimension, etc., with any alternate spellings or other names, followed by the earliest known story/scenario the Location appears in, indicate whether the provided origin is uncertain:) --> '''Name1''' (AKA Name2) Origin: <!--gap for TOC--> ==Description, Geography, History, Landmarks== <!-- (Quote from original source describing location, followed by an encyclopaedia-style description; the following line is code for including an optional image:) [[Image:filename.jpg|thumb|200px|right|AltText]] --> <blockquote> Quote: <br>— Author, "Story" </blockquote> Description: ==Heresies and Controversies== <!-- (Optional. This is a good place to include non-canon and controversial aspects of the Location's mythos. Suggested Alternative Theories include: Derleth's elemental scheme; pseudo-science interpretation; "fanon" interpretations; unofficial humorous or eccentric takes on the mythos like Lovecraft's family tree; identification with "Real Life" mythological, religious, folklore, natural, and historical phenomena; fan theories; mythos make-overs; such rumor and speculation contribute some flexibility and ambiguity to the mythos. ) * Alternative_theory. ([[source]]) --> ==Keeper Notes== <!-- (Optional. Suggestions for using this deity in the CoC RPG, and in fan-fiction.) --> ==Associated Mythos Elements== <!-- (Mythos elements relating to the location, including tomes referencing or about the location or written in the location, alien or monstrous "races" living there, Great Old Ones and cults making a home there, etc.) * tome: ''[[Tome1]]'' * race: [[Race1]] * cult: [[organization]] --> ==References== <!-- (list of fiction, stories, movies, RPG scenarios, etc. which refer to or are set in the location:) --> * fiction: ''[[BookTitle (fiction)]]'' or "[[StoryTitle (fiction)]]" * Call of Cthulhu Scenario: "[[Scenario1]]" * Film: ''[[Film1]]'' [[Category:Locations]][[Category:Mythos:Locations]]