Talk:Thorin's Gates

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this page is part of the deed, please do not remove or "redirect" it if you're not going to include information on a "new" page, AFAIK the deed hasn't changed... you can always add a line "For main Article see that page" or something similar... --Xander 01:08, 15 May 2008 (PDT)

Shouldn't this be in some Deed-related category if it's part of a deed? I wouldn't be able to determine that myself if I just looked at the article as it is now. --Fedaykin 06:53, 15 May 2008 (PDT)
That's why there is a "what links here" option in the toolbox, which should always be checked before something is moved or deleted ;) --Xander 07:44, 15 May 2008 (PDT)
I did check "what links here". :( I redirected Thorin's Gates because it doesn't contain any different information from Thorin's Gate (after my rewrite). Also the page doesn't mention deeds, which it probably should. I did the same for Gondamon and Noglond but without the redirect of course.
I suggest updating all of the deed location pages to link to their associated deeds. For example, I propose adding the following to Thorin's Gate and redirecting Thorin's Gates and Frerin's Court to it. If this approach is generally agreed, I plan to slowly update the Ered Luin locations with this format. --Glynnis
Well, I still think that not a single mention that this is for a deed on this page (and others like it) can confuse people who are probably not looking for the deed but rather the location (and didn't type the name as it appears in-game). I definitely support the deed locations approach... looks nice, and do we really need an article for every location that's part of a Deed? --Fedaykin 16:06, 15 May 2008 (PDT)

Deed Locations

Thorin's Gates

Frerin's Court


New Format

I created a new template for landmarks and updated this page. It now lists the location and lore information, links to the associated deed and has additional information how to find the landmark. --Glynnis 20:32, 28 May 2008 (PDT)