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Page Name (Updated: 3/7/15) Edit

There's a note here that says this is listed in-game as "Village Chantry". If that's the case, shouldn't the page be named that? That's what was done with the alienage in Denerim-- the page was named Elven Alienage rather than Denerim Alienage. Kelcat (talk) 01:16, October 31, 2013 (UTC)

I made this rename due to the confusion that the title caused. Viktoria Landers 08:47, November 5, 2013 (UTC)
I don't see any record where anyone commented that the title was confusing, and as far as I know, the norm on the wiki is to actually name the locations as they are listed in the game. Kelcat (talk) 19:35, November 5, 2013 (UTC)
Indeed that's the norm. If you feel strongly about it, then feel free to rename it back. Viktoria Landers 20:05, November 5, 2013 (UTC)

Seeing how the Chantry has reappeared in Dragon Age: Inquisition, should we rename this page "Redcliffe Chantry" or not? --Dragonzzilla (talk) 21:28, March 7, 2015 (UTC)

Name revisited in light of Inquisition Edit

It's "Village Chantry" in Origins and "Redcliffe Chantry" in Inquisition. Which name should we use? I'm inclined to go with Redcliffe Chantry as Inquisition is the most recent game, and as mentioned above it is the least confusing of the two. --Kelcat Talk 07:29, January 26, 2016 (UTC)

I'm with redcliffe chantry although i should point out the chantry in inquisition is not the same structure

-Seekers of Truth heraldryHD3 (Talk) 09:20, January 26, 2016 (UTC)

You sure about that? I thought it was the same but that the geography just got wonky when they designed the village for the new game. Kelcat Talk 10:52, January 26, 2016 (UTC)
I thought they rebuilt the whole village, myself. I think the only thing left of the old Redcliffe was the mill, and even that looked totally different and was in a different place than Origins, too. But is there any indication in Inquisition that it is in fact the same Chantry? Like a codex entry or someone saying it? User signature henioo henioo (da talk page) 11:33, January 26, 2016 (UTC)
Don't think so. I don't recall any specific talk about village rebuilding, except for the windmill. So if they're separate buildings then I can just make a new article for "Redcliffe Chantry" and leave this one as-is. --Kelcat Talk 19:40, January 26, 2016 (UTC)
No, they build a new district of the village in the years since Origins. If you look up at the west from the village you can see multiple windmills instead of just the one so you can see the expansion and if you look west of where the castle is you can spot the titular red cliff and the exact valley where the original village district is situated.

-Seekers of Truth heraldryHD3 (Talk) 04:15, January 27, 2016 (UTC)

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