Hi there! Newly registered editor here wondering about how new pages get decided and added. In particular, I find myself continually going back to my version of Asunder to essentially re-read the epilogue, or specifically Lambert's letter. Ideally, I keep hoping someone will add a wiki page on the Nevarran Accord or something similar with the text of that letter, sort of like an in-game codex entry, so I don't have to keep trucking out my kindle. The responsible voice inside my head says maybe I should just go do it myself... but I don't know what the process is for adding an article like that.
I see that Asunder has locations and characters, but little in the way of other lore outside the mage-templar war and a summary of the book itself. Are there other opinions on if such a thing would be useful? Are there concerns about quoting large passages from the book, as opposed to game codexes? Thanks in advance for any insight! R2sMuse (talk) 19:11, July 3, 2012 (UTC) R2sMuse
- Argh, newly registered, but apparently not logged in, editor. Mea Culpa. R2sMuse (talk) 19:13, July 3, 2012 (UTC)R2sMuse
- If you mean if there is a review for adding new article, there is none. You are welcome to create a new article. The content of the page can/will be reviewed at later time (perhaps right after its creation), either on the talk page or on the forums depending on the scope.
- Regarding if we can add the letter (which I suspect would go to the "Nevarran Accord"), we generally add anything on the wiki with the fair use argument in mind (as long as it's not a whole chapter for example). I don't have a strong opinion about including (or not) the letter (i.e., I'm neutral), but perhaps others users will. ··· d·day! 04:55, July 4, 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks so much for the quick response. That's exactly what I wanted to know! I wasn't sure if there was also a zeroeth-order guideline on how "significant" something should be before it gets a page. The only thing I believe I saw was about NPCs needing more than a few spoken lines... Thanks again. --R2sMuse (talk) 10:50, July 4, 2012 (UTC)