MediaWiki API result

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Specify the format parameter to change the output format. To see the non-HTML representation of the JSON format, set format=json.

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    "warnings": {
        "main": {
            "*": "Subscribe to the mediawiki-api-announce mailing list at <https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-api-announce> for notice of API deprecations and breaking changes."
        },
        "revisions": {
            "*": "Because \"rvslots\" was not specified, a legacy format has been used for the output. This format is deprecated, and in the future the new format will always be used."
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                "title": "Real Roleplayer",
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                        "*": "{{stub}}\n\nThe '''Real Roleplayer''' is an RPG player archetype commonly mentioned in any games master's instruction manual you care to find. These are defined as the players who really get invested in the game's roleplaying aspects, eating up the [[fluff|setting lore]] and striving to add as much detail to their character as possible.\n\nWhilst these guys are often a lot of fun to game with, they can turn nasty as well, most commonly by either becoming a fluff-equivalent to the [[Rules Lawyer]] or by also being part [[Loonie]] and investing that \"deep roleplaying drive\" to hyper-irritating PC options, like a [[Kender]], [[Xaositect]] or [[Malkavian]].\n\n[[Category: Gamer Slang]]"
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                "title": "Realism",
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                        "*": "'''Realism''' is when a work of art (including fiction and traditional games) attempts to recreate reality with some degree of accuracy. It can be either a good thing or something to be avoided depending entirely on context.\n== Pros of realism ==\nRealism makes the illusion that much more believable, which can make things more engaging. It also provides a handy frame work onto which things can be built. All but the most experimental and abstract things uses reality as a framework to at least some degree.\n\nAs it stands the world has a lot of great things that you can use, combine, tweak and master. If a creator is willing to do the research, they can created plenty of stuff that is wild and wonderful but realistic.\n\n== Cons of realism ==\nRealism demands restrictions. It usually means throwing out the outlandish. You can't have Wizards riding armored dragons battling against a horde of exploding watermelon throwing golems piloted by sapient weasels and call it realistic. \n\nMore concretely, in traditional games realism all too often comes at the cost of heavy doses of [[crunch]].\n{{Stub}}"
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