Re: Stubby articles versus lists
My reading of this section is that the preference is for multiple stubby articles. Is that correct? I ask because I'm working on a list of in-world books. There are many entries, but few of them are more than a couple of lines. Aeakett 19:54, 24 April 2009 (UTC)
- Welcome to PathfinderWiki! There are several ways to approach this. You could make a simple table listing the book, author, date of publication, short summary, etc as we have done on the Monster index. The other option would be to make a single Books article which would have a number of subcategories, each with a line or two on the information on the book. See Shoanti or Darklands languages for an example of this approach. If you'd like to discuss this project more, please stop by the Forum where we can further discuss its potential (you're not the first to suggest this endeavor, actually) and implementation. -- yoda8myhead 21:48, 24 April 2009 (UTC)
Edit: "D&D" -> "Pathfinder RPG"
Just a minor adjustment: D&D has been replaced by Pathfinder RPG as the base ruleset for rules relating to the Pathfinder Campaign Setting. It should likewise be substituted in the text of this policy. Hairy Dude (talk) 22:40, 20 September 2012 (UTC)
- Since some of the products were written for 3.5 I thing it would be better to append "or Pathfinfer RPG" but other than that I'm in agreement-- Cpt kirstov (talk) 14:55, 23 September 2012 (UTC)