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When you're moving a page, please check the "What links here" special page and change all the redirect pages as well, otherwise they end up redirecting to a page which doesn't exist (which breaks template inclusion). Thanks! --GreenReaper(talk) 22:01, 8 November 2008 (UTC)
I'm confused, GreenReaper. Fangusu 02:18, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
A couple of comments about your recent edits. First on the question of whether Carrotus should remain a standalone article or be merged with Jazz Jackrabbit, it should be noted that with video games, stories, and comics, the usual standard is that any information about the characters or settings should be incorporated into the article about the parent work unless either:
- the character or setting is notable enough outside the context of its original work to merit a separate article (examples of this are Krystal, Sabrina and Zig Zag, or
- the base article about the work would be large enough to merit a split (generally if the article is longer than about 30K bytes).
For that matter, it's questionable whether the articles about the characters in the game should have separate articles.
As far as the category (and assuming it would remain a separate article), Category:Story worlds is intended for fictional settings of any type (not necessarily "worlds" in the sense of planets) where multiple authors and/or artists have contributed works in that setting. If that is true of Carrotus and you can point to some examples, then I would agree that that is the right category. Otherwise Category:Fictional locations would be the more appropriate category.
Uh, as you have may have noticed, I was in the middle of a major edit of articles involving Alvin and the Chipmunks. It's common courtesy to let a party finish their draft before adding removing further data - Spirou 03:47, 16 October 2009 (UTC)