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There is not much reason to transclude parts of the text into the disambig. We can add a leading paragraph to them (something like a summary from previous games' book articles). But otherwise it just seems to be an unnecessary complication.
 
There is not much reason to transclude parts of the text into the disambig. We can add a leading paragraph to them (something like a summary from previous games' book articles). But otherwise it just seems to be an unnecessary complication.
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If the book is referenced on a page about something from the game, a book from that game is referenced (that seems to be customary on all the pages I saw). As for lore pages (and references to books outside that game), the disambig would be better.

Latest revision as of 17:50, October 6, 2019

There is not much reason to transclude parts of the text into the disambig. We can add a leading paragraph to them (something like a summary from previous games' book articles). But otherwise it just seems to be an unnecessary complication.

Atvelonis wrote:
... referencing a book ...

If the book is referenced on a page about something from the game, a book from that game is referenced (that seems to be customary on all the pages I saw). As for lore pages (and references to books outside that game), the disambig would be better.

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