Conversations or Dialogue
I am a little confused now. In the past few days, I was trying to collect conversations between NPCs in Skyrim and adding them into related pages. In order to ensure the quality, I'd like to follow the examples of already-exist pages. Please take a look at these two pages, here and here. Which one is better? Conversations or Dialogue? Just a few lines or a table? By the way, I don't know who is writing the adoption page now. I'm sure my sandbox would be of some help~ Dreamshadow (talk) 05:23, 1 April 2013 (GMT)
- Hey Dreamshadow! What you see on Oengul’s page is the conversation format we use the most – and the format on Anoriath’s page is clearly outdated and unnecessary. Tables should only be used for conversations with random dialogue (example. There is, however, an alternative option for ordinary dialogue – a hiddentable that sometimes works better. It’s a matter of taste, but both the Oengul method and this hiddentable are commonly used and therefore okay for formatting. Hope that helped – otherwise, hit me on my talk page. Best, Krusty (talk) 18:33, 3 April 2013 (GMT)
- I see! Fortunately, I only made two edits with the Anoriath's style, Kuvar and Bujold the Unworthy. Thank you very much~ Dreamshadow (talk) 00:24, 4 April 2013 (GMT)
 Invitation to join a translating team.
— Daric✐ 12:25, 23 April 2013 (GMT)
 Bloody Canadians...
...and their double l's. Sheesh! :Þ – Robin Hood (talk) 09:07, 27 April 2013 (GMT)