User talk:Mr. Anura
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Again, welcome!14:57, October 2, 2010 (UTC)
Saradomin watery area[edit source]
My one issue with that is what do we call the page? It has no in-game name and no obvious "player-given name". If we did make an article, then players wouldn't know how to get to it. They would make their best guess as to what it would be called, but even with a hundred redirects we could not possibly covered even a fraction of possible names players would create for the nameless. The other, and more likely, thing they would do is think to themselves "I saw this area in the God Wars Dungeon so perhaps there is information on it on that article", or "I saw this while I was fighting Commander Zilyana, maybe they have information about it there". The latter is something that I prepared for. I have inserted comments about it in God Wars Dungeon, Saradomin's Encampment, and Commander Zilyana. I think that is the best that we can do. 19:49, October 6, 2010 (UTC)
- Ok I guess you have a point. To arms, sir. 23:15, October 6, 2010 (UTC)
this is my understanding[edit source]
the problem i have with the page is it is simply... unimportant. You cant go there, it doesn't effect anything and is just leftover coding. I actually find the thing interesting. Basically I would think, until we can actually make more then a small stub; to leave it in the god wars trivia. --Jakezing2 01:19, October 7, 2010 (UTC)