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I am uncomfortable with the addition of 'Verduran Forest (region)' to Belhaim, Oznogon, but won't change without a discussion. Verduran Forest (region) was set up for the region within Andoran as per the section in Andoran, Birthplace of Freedom. Belhaim is in Taldor so cannot be in that Andoren region. If there is a Verduran Forest (region) in Taldor that should get its own category and we'll have to find a way to distinguish the two at that point. I can't find reference to one yet, though, and there is no Campaign Setting book about Taldor to confirm this. Do you have another source for this / what was the rationale of adding this category?

For ref this discussion affects (I think): Category:Belhaim/Inhabitants, Category:Belhaim, Belhaim, Category:Verduran Forest (region)/Settlements, Category:Verduran Forest (region)/Inhabitants, Etor Adula, Zera Dymas --Fleanetha (talk) 00:18, 3 January 2017 (UTC)

"Belhaim is a small town located on a tributary of the Verduran Fork in the nation of Taldor's Verduran Forest", cited to The Dragon's Demand p. 3. I'll remove the category since I wasn't aware that it was nation-specific, and note such on the category page to avoid future confusion. -Oznogon (talk) 06:34, 3 January 2017 (UTC)
Thanks Oznogon and for the disambigs. It is confusing - maybe we could change the region to 'Verduran Forest (Andoren region)' in preparation for 'Verduran Forest (Taldan region)'? Or even, just 'Verduran Forest (Andoran)' & 'Verduran Forest (Taldor)', though this does not carry the political construct effectively as well. Of course, Paizo may have a different name for the region of the VF in Taldor, but even then 'Verduran Forest (Andoren region)' would work as a good disambiguation. Could this be botted please - I think between us all 'Verduran Forest (region)' mentions are now correct, so a find and replace might work??? --Fleanetha (talk) 14:33, 3 January 2017 (UTC)