When the only thing missing is the Loremaster data, do we still leave it marked as a stub, so we know which pages still need to be filled in? Or is there another label that indicates it's got all the info that a non-LM can collect? -Adelas (talk) 02:52, 8 September 2011 (EDT)
- When the only thing missing is the Lore-master data, it is already marked as a stub. You don't have to do this manually anymore though, the template registers automatically that the information is not filled in and adds it to the appropriate stub category (in this case Category:Lone-lands Mob Stubs). If it's <region> Mob Stubs, it means the Lore-master inspect part is not filled in.
- This particular creature is also missing the type by the way (note how it got automatically added to Category:Stubs/Mob Types), something you can also fill in if you're not a Lore-master. You can see the type of a mob without inspecting it; just check what the ring around the portrait frame looks like. Examples on how to recognize them are found at the Creatures page.
- Hope this was of any help. --Ravanel (talk) 07:02, 8 September 2011 (EDT)