The Strange Traveler will maybe edit the Farrow Ridges after Undertown and the Deepwoods
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Categorizing an article as a stub signals other people that the article needs work. It is also helpful to remember later that you wanted to look something up/edit something later/let others check for grammar. If you have nothing to do, you can also just look up the category and see what pages need work.
Who should be on the list of deaths?
This should be decided by answering the follwing questions:
1) Was it one (possibly named) person?
2) Did this character's death influence any other character's decisions?
So for example: Academy of Wind=Unnamed people, no impacts on characters decision, shouldn't be included. Tug's mother=Named, Tug fled the Nightwoods, should be included
How do we deal with last words that we don't know?
"N/A" (not applicable) if someone is not capable of speech
"Varies" if members of a group said different things, but they should generally be seperated.
Words over sounds: If someone uttered last words and then screamed and then died, we keep the last words.
Speech marks seperate words from sounds. "Aiiii" is a word, "he screamed" a sound.
"Unknown" everywhere we don't know if someone said something/too much happened between what he said and when he died. Blanks should be filled as fast as possible.
All these should be added as a key to the Deaths in the Edge Chronicles page.
But you need to. We will add the next minutes there as well, and if you make the blog post, I can edit it as well. But if I make the blog post, you are not able to edit it or add anything if I might not be around for the chat time. It is just a formality, but you have to make the blog post.
I just copied a lot of the stuff from the chat and took notes while chatting, that's all.