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Delete / Proposed Merge with Val Royeaux Edit

Unless it's going to be something more than an infobox, does this really need an article of it's own? (Maybe at > Orlais/Val Royeaux?)

Yes - Very provisionally I would say yes to the proposal. My copy of the masked empire hasn't arrived yet so I can't really say if we have enough information to warrant a whole article yet. I think we should all consider if this would merit a separate article or if it should be merged into the Val Royeaux page. As it stands though, if the only information we have is the infobox, then I would contend the page should probably be deleted. Although I'm sure there's probably enough information in the Masked Empire to turn it into a proper page or at least a section of the Val Royeaux article.

Also @"FirstDrellSpectre: If you're going to create a new article, please ensure you possess enough information to actually warrant a complete article before you create it. The wiki is of course meant to be a collaborative project but please refrain from going around create almost empty articles with nothing but a "Please Expand" tag. I know Viktoria Landers has already spoken to you about this curious focus on "Being first". I'll leave this note on your talk page also. - (talk) 04:17, April 9, 2014 (UTC)

Nope I haven't read the book yet, but the excerpt on amazon's website [1] indicates that this university has at least some prominence in the book. Once more people read the entire book, there will hopefully be more input on the article. --Kelcat (talk) 06:45, April 9, 2014 (UTC)

Nope This should not be deleted. I feel as though it may have further prominence in Dragon Age Inquistion. It just seems something that will be prominently a cultural significance which will hold importance. Lazare326 (talk) 11:27, April 13, 2014 (UTC)

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