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I'm getting ready to create the page for the Segarran which is a unique creature in Zakhara. The monstrous compendium page has the Segarran divided into lesser and greater versions with a good bit of information on each, so I wanted to get opinions on if I should make 1 article entitled Segarran or an article for Lesser Segarran and a separate article for Greater Segarran. And if 2 articles are made, which would be a better way to name them: Lesser Segarran or Segarran, Lesser?
Artemaz (talk) 21:46, February 23, 2020 (UTC)
I would just go with one article. You can use {{Size table}} if they have different sizes.
~ Lhynard (talk) 03:48, February 24, 2020 (UTC)
I'd say... it's depends. If they're practically completely different creatures, then two articles might be best. But if there's a lot of overlapping lore or the greater segarran is basically segarran-plus, then one article would be more efficient. And if lore refers to just "segarrans", e.g., "The jungle was full of [[segarran]]s" then linking to the one article is easier.
As for the articles' names, I suggest making it as close as possible to what you'd link to in an article, to avoid piped links and disambiguation. For example, "The jungle was full of [[lesser segarrans]], led by one [[greater segarran]]" is preferable to "The jungle was full of [[segarran, lesser|lesser segarrans]], led by one [[segarran, greater|greater segarran]]"
— BadCatMan (talk) 05:54, February 24, 2020 (UTC)


I ultimately decided on 2 pages: Lesser segarran which I just created and Greater segarran which I'll make later today or tomorrow. After doing a bit more research the origins and purpose of lesser/greater varied too much for me to feel like they belonged on a single article.
Artemaz (talk) 19:43, February 26, 2020 (UTC)


After reading both articles, I agree completely.
— BadCatMan (talk) 05:28, February 27, 2020 (UTC)
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