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  • Hi, I wanted to give you an update that I'll be taking over as Wiki Manager for this wiki from Shrev64. Please feel free to send me a message if you need any technical help or want to reach out to Fandom!

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    • Hi Atvelonis! Good to have you around, and I'll be sure to contact you if I need your help!

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  • Hello, I'm WhiteKnight810210, the bureaucraft of the Legend of Heroes Wiki. Though I notice you're doing a superb job managing most of Falcom's greatest franchise, I notice you must have somehow adopted the Gagharv Wiki. But because the trilogy ended some time ago, I thought we should discuss about which communities to merge as the Gagharv and Trails fall under the LoH franchise

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    • Sure, keep me posted!

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    • Hi there! Any word from the other admins? Let me know when you've set up a public poll, I can help spreading the word.

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  • The page for crow lists his birth year as 1185 but the tomb stone in cold steel 3 lists it as 1184 shouldn't it be changed to that?

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  • In cold steel 4 she says she and Joshua are a year old than rean but her birth year is the same as Rean shouldn't her birth year be changed to 1185 that way it's more accurate.

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    • Ok that's Falcons bad hopefully when the english version comes out Estelle just says that she and and Joshua are older instead of mentioning they are a year older that way they can avoid any inconsistencies between the official birth years. They aren't very good with ages or years Stark from cold steel 3 who knew Crow said that crow is four years older than him which would make his birth year 1188 but the character file notebook list it being in 1189 making Crow five years older. Just an example of them not being good with keeping years and statements in the game straight with each other. Although it's a minor thing and they do great with everything else.

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    • Agreed. Let's hope they learn from their mistakes and do better going forward.

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  • It list reans birth year as 1186 Elie McDowell also has her birth year as 1186 but she's a year older than him so shouldn't her birth year needs to change to 1185.

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  • It says that the third game is the only game where he isn't fought in the main story but there's a panzer solder battle against him in the beginning could you change it so it says that he is fought Asian enemy in the main story of all four games in the main story at some pint.

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    • I'm actually the one who wrote that trivia. I forgot about that soldat fight (as well as the optional Jessica fight) initially.

      Even with that hedging of those two technical exceptions in mind, I still consider it trivia-section-worthy. CS3 is the only game where he is never fought on the ground during the main story. Since he is the MC of the arc I consider that a fun fact despite that hedging.

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  • (This isn't directed at you in particular. Just posting this here because you seem to be the most active contributor.)

    One of the references in the Salt Pale article says:"↑ In Trails in the Sky the 3rd, it is stated the Salt Pale appeared at 5:45 in the morning;[1] in Trails of Cold Steel III, however, it is said it appeared at 5:45 in the afternoon.[2]"

    Source #2 links to this page  https://kiseki.fandom.com/wiki/Black_Records_(Cold_Steel_III)/5#English However, it clearly says in there that it happened at 5:45am (and I checked YouTube, this is consistent with Star Door 2). Maybe this was lost in translation?

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    • Thanks for pointing this out. This is an consistency error that was, indeed, corrected in the English localisation. The error persists in the latest version of Sen no Kiseki III, so I updated the note to reflect this.

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    • Heh heh, maybe this was not an error, and the discrepancy was intentional and the English localization actually has the true error ;)

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  • Hey there! Hope you're doing well. I wanted to propose a main page overhaul to the current main page, as almost all of it is image-based with very little text. Not only is this difficult to maintain (since images would have to be modified at the source level) but this also hinders SEO (search-engine optimization), as SEO relies on text-based formats, which the current main page has almost none. I have gone ahead and created a rough draft over on my sandbox (User:Shrev64/Main Page). I have kept existing content still there, but I have spaced it out a bit and made the headers text-based to address the SEO concerns. Additionally, I added three things:

    • An intro section that gives readers a brief idea of what the series is about... it sounds pretty vague because my knowledge of the series is admittedly not very high, but I am definitely open to a better introduction.
    • A brief News section to give relatively new users a heads-up of what's going on in the series.
    • A Featured Video section, for videos such as release trailers or gameplay trailers.

    It's easiest to see this draft in its final form if the source of this page is previewed on the Main Page, or it can be viewed without the custom fonts on my sandbox wiki here if that's easier.

    Do note that this format isn't fixed; it's merely a suggestion, but I would love to hear your feedback to get this draft to a format that you would be happy with. Thanks!

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    • Thank you very much for your suggestions. I see how the main page hinders SEO and there's plenty room for improvement. I'm planning to use your draft as a basis for the new Main Page.

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      I'd like to ask for your opinion on another matter. As a wiki of an ongoing series, our spoiler policies are continuously challenged in ways few other wikis will have to deal with. Audiences lagging behind with, say, an ongoing TV drama can easily catch up (if they want to). The same applies to to anime and manga at the rate these are subtitled/translated, either through official channels or fan-driven efforts. Among video games there are few series that tell an interconnected, overarching story through multiple games. Trails is one of these, with the additional challenge that it's a Japanese series of which its second arc, the 4th and 5th of a total of 10+ games, haven't been officially localised.

      Our goal is to make the wiki an encyclopaedia accessible to everyone, but the interconnected nature of the series challenges our aim. With your knowledge as wiki manager, can you think of something more we can apart from the things alread addressed in our spoiler policy?

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    • Gu4n wrote: Thank you very much for your suggestions. I see how the main page hinders SEO and there's plenty room for improvement. I'm planning to use your draft as a basis for the new Main Page.

      Of course. Let me know where I can help and I'll be happy to. One thing I forgot to mention is that this particular piece of code in Special:CSS that hides the right rail is actually a violation of Fandom's customization policy. I have removed it.

      .wikia-rail-inner {
       width:100%;
       display:none
      }
      

      Our goal is to make the wiki an encyclopaedia accessible to everyone, but the interconnected nature of the series challenges our aim. With your knowledge as wiki manager, can you think of something more we can apart from the things alread addressed in our spoiler policy?

      Good question. I think one thing I would mention in the spoiler policy is what you've mentioned to me; "any information that has not been localised should be preceded with a 'Spoilers follow' tag (or a similar equivalent)". I think this would strike a good balance of alerting the reader to an upcoming spoiler while also resulting in minimal work for an editor. Otherwise I think it looks good and is doing a good job of addressing spoilers, given the circumstances.

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  • I'd like to propose that we split the Salt Pale article into two: one dedicated to the one in North Ambria and one dedicated to the ones that arose in Sen IV. Wanted admin input before making this decision.

    My idea is we entitle the articles "Salt Pale (North Ambria)" and "Salt Pales (Erebonia)".

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    • For what reason would you like to split the page? I discussed your proposal with Avenger93522 and, with how little extra information on the Erebonian Salt Pales there is, neither of us sees reason to split the page. 

      Gu4n (talk) 18:44, June 8, 2020 (UTC)

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    • My idea was that they are two significantly different objects/events. One created a major catastrophe that influenced global politics and history, and the other was harmless and just used to provide security to a flying fortress.

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    • Your reasoning is sound, but I still see no reason to split the page. I originally added them under the main Salt Pale page because they can be considered as legacy of the original one. If Hajimari no Kiseki sheds more light on the Erebonian Salt Pales' background or details, I'll reconsider your proposal. 

      Gu4n (talk) 07:26, June 11, 2020 (UTC)

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  • Hey, I started a discussion on the Siegfried talk page. Wasn't sure if you get notified of it so just notifying you here https://kiseki.fandom.com/wiki/Talk:Siegfried

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