Edit dispute

Location: Comma is used extensively in the wiki to designate a specific location followed up by the greater location it is based on.

Acquisition: Linking "Recliffe Road" leads to "Hinterlands" page again, so it is removed as a duplicate. I should note that personally I don't remove such links if the redirect is expected to become a separate page in the future (eg. Deshyr).

Notes: I am trying to standardize the text over there (since these two notes are shared in many pages), while the changed one is pretty identical so there is no real value to break conformity. Let me know if you think a better standardized version is warranted. Viktoria Landers 15:55, December 1, 2017 (UTC)

Location: On every article I edit, that contains such a location formatting, I change it the way I did here.
Acquisition: Who knows if Redcliffe Road will not become a separate article one day? That was one of the intentions when I created it …
Notes: I've placed that exact wording on 43 notes already (though I haven't tracked possible later changes).
First line position: On codex articles the codex text line is at the same level as the infobox (ex.: Codex entry: A Challenge!) – here it isn't now.
-- UserCCCSig -- You talkin' to me? -- cCContributions -- 19:11, December 1, 2017 (UTC)
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