Sorry, we're in last time busy. Just take a look here: Template:Word Bubble. Create a new page with the page name "Template:Hylianhobbit", or for short "Template:HH". Copy these codes and put it in the template page:
I can't figure out how to make a template page. When I go to the help page for it, it gives me a link to Template:Example, and says I am supposed to click the create button on that. But when I click on the link it says the page no longer exists. -HylianHobbit 23:56, June 25, 2014 (UTC)
Hylianhobbit– Dear Humanity: We regret being alien b******s. We regret coming to Earth. And we most definitely regret that the Corps just blew up our raggedy-a** fleet! --Sgt. Johnson TALK
So just out of curiosity, how do we decide which picture to put in an article's infobox?
I'm not entirely sure how that's decided. I know that artwork is preferred over screenshots and .png is preferred over .jpg. And ZW files are a last resort. That's all I remember about infobox images.
Shiram-Ludgerus33– "Herbstende, Winter, Frühlingsschlamm und Regen, Euch stillen Zeiten schlägt mein Herz entgegen, Der kalte Dämmer eures Nebelgraus Umhüllt wie Bahrtuch mich und Totenhaus." (Charles Baudelaire) TALK– 19:25, July 17, 2014 (UTC)
Artworks are preferred more than screenshots. You can add screenshots, but only with the execption, if there is not an artwork avaible for an article like the Ancient Robot from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
I would tentatively say from the most recent main series game, but Link and Zelda don't have their ALBW pictures, so I guess it's just whichever looks best. Which sounds horribly subjective, but it's true. And artwork is always better.
Hylianhobbit– "The scientists today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane." --Nikola Tesla TALK
So then why do we still have Link and Zelda's TP artwork in their infoboxes?