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::I think since the game is new that for the moment we can ignore notoriety guidelines. The pages might be sparse, but it lets us build up a framework as the game grows, rather than deciding at some arbitrary point later that the game is now big enough and then we'd have to move a bunch of data from the collective pages that you are suggesting Celellach to individual team pages and having to do a bunch of re-coding of templates and such. We can also get team news and roster changes as they happen instead of researching that stuff later. By starting out with this format early we can adjust our format and templates a bit at a time as we see how things work. Part of my thought is to not copy-paste code from Leaguepedia, which has messy and overly complicated templates in a lot of places. So, in way, think of the team pages as a sort of work-in-progress kind of things that will growing alongside the game. They might seem kind of empty, but we're starting out organized instead of organizing later. Then, once the game gets bigger, we can start worrying about notoriety guidelines. --[[User:Sigilbaram|Sigilbaram]] ([[User talk:Sigilbaram|talk]]) 20:09, 21 July 2015 (UTC)
 
::I think since the game is new that for the moment we can ignore notoriety guidelines. The pages might be sparse, but it lets us build up a framework as the game grows, rather than deciding at some arbitrary point later that the game is now big enough and then we'd have to move a bunch of data from the collective pages that you are suggesting Celellach to individual team pages and having to do a bunch of re-coding of templates and such. We can also get team news and roster changes as they happen instead of researching that stuff later. By starting out with this format early we can adjust our format and templates a bit at a time as we see how things work. Part of my thought is to not copy-paste code from Leaguepedia, which has messy and overly complicated templates in a lot of places. So, in way, think of the team pages as a sort of work-in-progress kind of things that will growing alongside the game. They might seem kind of empty, but we're starting out organized instead of organizing later. Then, once the game gets bigger, we can start worrying about notoriety guidelines. --[[User:Sigilbaram|Sigilbaram]] ([[User talk:Sigilbaram|talk]]) 20:09, 21 July 2015 (UTC)
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:::Ok, I see where you are coming from. I just hope you guys do eventually decide to delete the empty-page or only-rooster pages, as those (to me at least) make a wiki seem much more amateurish (and to me specific, a place I'd rather not waste my time in). On a related note, as you said, the game is new and we already have teams in the [[:Category:Disbanded teams]] category. --[[User:Celellach|Celellach]] ([[User talk:Celellach|talk]]) 09:13, 22 July 2015 (UTC)
 

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