Went through all the headings above the actual list of deities and removed the Category tags from those pages so they wouldnt show up in the deity list itself, which always bugged me (eg. "Deity Rings" is not an Amian god and shouldnt appear in the list). Instead, I put a link at the top & bottom of each page linking it back to this page. However, it doesnt work for the Paladin/Monk Orders by Deity, which are referred to both in the Deities and Classes category, so I put two links in each one, eg. [Return to the 'Deities Category page' or 'Monks'] Xaviera 22:40, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
I'd also like to redo the demon/devil names so they dont appear full length in the list Xaviera 22:42, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
I think the elven pantheon and gnome pantheon redirecting pages shouldn't have been deleted. At least when someone searches for "elven pantheon" they would still end up in the right page.
I was also hoping to separate categories and articles but that's just me being OC. :P Anyways I think it keeps things neat and clean. For example: http://amiawiki.shatuga.com/index.php/Category:Seldarine http://amiawiki.shatuga.com/index.php/Seldarine
The category serves as a useful tag for classifying/grouping up articles, the articles can serve the info. I suggest we keep the, empty with just a link to Deities. could simply contain the list of all the deities, Deities could be the actual article talking about and organizing the deities by pantheon, alignment, domains, or powers. -ticket
I reinstated the 'elven pantheon' but not gnomish pantheon as per your suggestion, ticket. If there were a way to separate items within the category (subcategories??) but have them all show up on the same page, that would be helpful. As it is, you cant do anything with the entries (bold them, organize them, etc). I'll have to look into that. Having all the info jumbled into the same pile is just confusing IMO Xaviera 13:04, 9 October 2009 (EDT)