Talk:Acts of Iomedae

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Hello, sorry about the poor editing- I am not a common user of Wikia, so I was learning as I was going. For the references to all the acts in which I posted in Acts of Iomedae, you can find it listed in Paizo's PF26 of the Adventure Path books. Council of Thieves 2: The Sixfold Trials, Page 69 in the Iomedae section. If someone could create the citations for me, I think it would be better than me fumbling around.—This unsigned post was made by Please sign all posts with ~~~~.

I'll go ahead and add those in. Getting used to wiki editing takes some time, but if you check and see how experienced users have corrected stuff, it really helps to know what to do in the future. Thanks for your contributions and consider registering for an account on wikia so you can track your edits and communicate easier with other chroniclers. — yoda8myhead 20:21, April 15, 2010 (UTC)

Copy & Pasting

In checking the sources on these, it seems that most of today's edits are directly copied from the text of The Sixfold Trial. I would like to draw attention to Help:Plagiarism which should provide explanation of the need to rephrase all source material when being included in the project. Feel free to contact me with any questions or clarifications. —yoda8myhead 22:00, April 15, 2010 (UTC)


Question: Should this page be split into two pages - Acts of Iomedae (event) and Acts of Iomedae (book)? While related, they are not the same thing, so some form of disambiguation seems reasonable. --CNichols 15:39, 11 April 2011 (UTC)

We tend to shy away from disambiguation on the wiki unless it is absolutely necessary. In this instance, IMHO, I say we simply describe both the events and the book on the same page under separate headings. After all, the two of very closely related. What do others think? --Brandingopportunity 17:18, 11 April 2011 (UTC)}}
The other option would be to move the events information to something like Eleven Acts of Iomedae and leave the numberless "Acts of Iomedae" as the title of her holy book. If we do this, we should still add {{disambiguate}} to the top of each page, even if the article titles don't have disambiguating parentheticals.—Yoda8myhead 17:29, 11 April 2011 (UTC)
I don't think that there is enough material about the book in this article to warrant splitting it out. If and when that day comes though, I think Yoday8myhead's naming scheme is the way to go (since it gets around the ugle (event)/(book) warts on the article names). —Aeakett 18:53, 11 April 2011 (UTC)
Sounds good to me. I was just a little surprised when, in the course of finding book titles to italicize, I found the article for the Acts of Iomedae actually didn't have much information on the book, focusing instead on the acts themselves. --CNichols 21:44, 11 April 2011 (UTC)

2nd Act Cannon Confliction

As pointed out here:

  • Construction began on the future site of Eleder in 4138 AR.
  • Iomedae ascended to godhood in 3832 AR

FaithfulofAroden 04:34, 18 July 2012 (UTC)

James Jacobs (and later Mark Moreland) addressed this issue on a recent blog: and you are correct. I adjusted the city from Eleder to Senghor as per James Jacobs. --CanisDirus 08:21, 09 Nov 2019 (UTC)