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Please keep opinions of other wikis to your self, as they have no place in this discussion.
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I have typically supported making new pages when it may be beneficial, and I have not changed that general mind set.
 
I have typically supported making new pages when it may be beneficial, and I have not changed that general mind set.

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ZulMeyGut wrote: And thus falsely increasing the number of articles on the wiki, which is their goal apparently.

Please keep opinions of other wikis to yourself, as they have no place in this discussion.

I have typically supported making new pages when it may be beneficial, and I have not changed that general mind set.

Although it would be a bit of work, if content is different then I'd say just make additional pages. As a wiki, we want to (at the very least) document all versions of the books in some way, and making new pages for differentiated versions would probably fit the theme of this wiki.

If there's only a few slight changes for a book then a tabber could work, although I've heard people in the past call this hard to maintain as M'aiq the Liar is no longer like this. Therefore, I'd say it's best to just make new (regular) pages for books of slightly different wording, and then just keep books as they are that are the same.

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