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Naming Conventions Edit

I was just wondering, why is this called the "first" Qunari war? There hasn't been a second, with the exception of the attack on kirkwall which was an isolated incident rather than a larger conflict. Also almost everything here is already covered under the exalted marches article. It might be worth re-examining the what information we're going to allocate to each article. Possibly we could take the new information added here and use it to expand the Exalted Marches section for the Qunari. At the very least i definitely think we should re-title this page as "The New Exalted Marches" which is what they're referred to as in World of Thedas on p.13. This seems to be the closest we have to an official name for the conflict. -HD3 (talk) 15:54, June 30, 2013 (UTC)

In the 30th year of the Steel Age, the first qunari ships were sighted off the coast of Par Vollen in the far north, marking the beginning of a new age of warfare.

History calls this the First Qunari War, but it was mostly a one-sided bloodbath, with the qunari advancing far into the mainland. Qunari warriors in glittering steel armor carved through armies with ease. Their cannons, the likes of which our ancestors had never seen, reduced city walls to rubble in a matter of seconds.
mostlyautumntalkcontribs • 16:00, June 30, 2013 (UTC)

Name change Edit

I believe the "first qunari war" refers to Qunari taking over Par Vollen and then landing in the rest of Thedas. Codex entry: The Llomerryn Accords states that it were in fact "qunari wars". Henio0 (talk) 01:29, July 10, 2013 (UTC)

Yes This makes sense. But the name should be Qunari Wars, not Qunari wars (like e.g. Boer Wars). – mostlyautumntalkcontribs • 15:33, July 10, 2013 (UTC)
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