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Regarding Dragon Quest Wiki's expulsion

Heya! Just mentioning this since Pikasamus didn't leave a comment in the edit summary. The wiki that was expelled was the Dragon Quest wiki. Dragalia Lost is an unrelated franchise hosted by a different group of people. The Dragon Quest wiki link has already been removed from the affiliates and partners page. L95 (talk) 21:18, 14 December 2022 (UTC)

Fire Emblem's Chinese name

Fire Emblem's Chinese name is Fire Emblem, spelled in English, and all official sources use this. Where on earth did you get your name for it from? PikaSamus (talk) 03:28, 12 February 2023 (UTC)

Every instance of me doing a google search or looking up “火焰之紋章” on YouTube always brings Fire Emblem content. Chinese Wikipedia also uses it. Might not be the official name according to Nintendo but it probably comes up in casual conversations a lot, even if Taiwan uses a completely different name.

—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Yoshi's Woolly World (talkcontribs). Remember to always sign your talk page comments with ~~~~! 04:15, 12 February 2023 (UTC)

About obscure information to trivia sections like "TMSFE used to be a Pokemon crossover"

I just want to note that you should be a bit more detailed in your research for this kind of trivia, and you also should include the source of this information in a citation on the page instead of just the edit summary.

I also want to comment on the quality of your reference, gameinformer states it "came from an interview" without linking or quoting the interview, which is ripe for spreading misinformation. Gameinformer links their source at the bottom of the article, which thus links Kantopia's translation of the actual interview.

Gameinformer states:

According to a recent interview with #FE producer Hitoshi Yamagami, the game was originally envisioned as a crossover between the Fire Emblem and Pokémon series, with no plans to add the Shin Megami Tensei characters into the mix.

Kantopia's translation of the interview states:

5 years ago, Ms. Andou proposed a plan [for a crossover], saying “You know, I think FE and Pokemon‘s rules are pretty compatible!” ` 


As the plan was a secret, she was put in charge of that first. (Laughs). And then, it took her less than a week to say, “Here’s the next plan.” The new plan was a collaboration with Atlus.

The pokemon crossover was a spitballed idea that was seriously considered for less than a week before they moved on to something else. Saying TMSFE was originally a pokemon crossover is a very misleading presentation of this information.

This is what causes weird urban legends and rumors to spread around, so please look for actual primary sources before adding this kind of information to articles. Thank you for your consideration! L95 (talk) 15:03, 20 August 2023 (UTC)