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  • What should the two-sun moon page be called?

    • Sanctum (moon)
    • Sanctum (location)
    • Alpha
    • Moon Alpha
    • Two-Sun World
    • Two-Sun Moon
    • something else?
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    • I think we should name it "Sanctum" and rename the Sanctum episode page to "Sanctum (episode)." That's because we're going to be mentioning the moon a lot more in the future in different pages... as opposed to the episode.

      It looks like Josie's dad considered "Sanctum" to be the official name and he might have officially named it that way to honor Josie, later on. The show also seems to prefer Sanctum over Alpha... based on the episode title and the opening credits.

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    • For technical reasons (i.e. coding in various templates), renaming episodes is annoying. That's one of the reason "Praimfaya" is an episode page name, even though the word is much more commonly used for the event. Similarly, "Unity Day", "Red Queen", "Eden", etc.

      As for Alpha vs Sanctum, I don't think "based on the episode title" is a valid argument given last season. Season five premiere was named "Eden" and people argued we should rename green valley page that. However, further episodes proved "Shallow Valley" the most appropriate name. It actually took a while for the name to be settled (I don't think "Shallow Valley" was even stated until the fifth episode...), so in that sense, we might be having this debate too early...

      Josephine named the moon Sanctum but it's not yet clear if the name stuck. From the trailer & opening credits, it seems that at the minimum, the settlement is named Sanctum. Cast & crew have hinted at multiple factions - are all them descended of Earthlings or are some indigenous to the moon? Do they all use the same name for the moon?

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    • Good point about renaming episode pages. Yeah, we can keep that unchanged. If we settle for Sanctum, we can use "Sanctum (moon)" - it's more distinctive than "Sanctum (location)"

      But I think we will get a better sense about the name next week since our gang will be learning more about the place from the residents they just found. So, the renaming could probably wait a little.

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    • I'd stick with the moon being named 'Alpha' (e.g. Earth), then the page for 'Sanctum (location)' and finally 'The Castle' which will be just redirect page for previous one

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    • The moon is called "Sanctum"...

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    • Current information points to the moon being named "Sanctum" but we can't title the page that due to the title already being used for the episode.

      • We can use an alternative name, e.g. "Alpha".
      • We can use a disambiguation term (descriptor in quotes), e.g. "Sanctum (moon)".
      • We can use descriptor instead of proper name, e.g. "Two-Sun Moon". (The wiki has done this in the past, e.g. we use "delinquents" even though proper title would be 'the 100' and we use "Second Nuclear Apocalypse" even though proper name would be 'Praimfaya' or 'death wave'.)


      So, I guess, I'm seeing people vote for "Sanctum (moon)" and "Alpha" above. Also a second page for settlement, say "Sanctum (settlement)" or "Sanctum (city)" - what do you guys think?

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    • The settlement is called "Inner Sanctum" according to the map shown in the opening credits.

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    • I vote for "Sanctum (moon)" - it gives the actual name, and it's descriptive enough.

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    • Wellsworth96 wrote:
      The settlement is called "Inner Sanctum" according to the map shown in the opening credits.

      Can we create a page for the group that Russell leads? I vote for "Inner Sanctum".

      I also see a need for a page for The Children of Gabriel (group) coming up soon.

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    • Sublat wrote:

      Wellsworth96 wrote:
      The settlement is called "Inner Sanctum" according to the map shown in the opening credits.

      Can we create a page for the group that Russell leads? I vote for "Inner Sanctum".

      I also see a need for a page for The Children of Gabriel (group) coming up soon.

      Inner Sanctum is the town. Not the people.

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    • Locations:

      Groups:

      better name suggestions welcomed.

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    • Yeah, i agree with names for the groups But I'm thinking about:

      • Sanctum Citizens - overall page (i.e. grounders)
      • Sanctum Citizens/Primes - Lightbourne family, nightblood stuff, government etc. (i.e. grounders/commander)
      • Children of Gabriel just a page i.e. Mountain Men

      However, about the moon page.. As if right now, each time the link uses, someone always have to put alias instead of direct link. I'm still sticking with Alpha for this, and Inner Sanctum (i.e. Polis) And as we learn more, Bravo would be the other moon, or whatever they call it

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    • No subpages for now - let the top-level page grow & we'll split if it becomes necessary. (Sidenote, we don't actually have Grounders/Commander... though arguable we should...)

      Alpha redirects to "Sanctum (moon)", so wherever Alpha is appropriate, it can be written without piping. However, if, in future episodes, the moon is continually referred to as "Sanctum" while "Alpha" is not used, then it'd be inappropriate to use "Alpha" in general text - we should use the term most likely to be recognized by readers.

      We don't have any names for the planet that Alpha orbits or for the other moon. The other sites that Eligius III went to aren't necessarily in the same solar system.

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    • So.. about Children of Gabriel? We are creating it, right?

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    • Janus100 wrote: No subpages for now - let the top-level page grow & we'll split if it becomes necessary. (Sidenote, we don't actually have Grounders/Commander... though arguable we should...)

      Yes, I agree we should avoid subpages structure for primary articles. Subpages in Wikia are only intended for special pages and for extensions like galleries, transcripts. Instead, Wikia has categories to group articles about similar subjects. So, instead of using "folders" like Sanctum or Grounders, categories are more appropriate. I've written a suggestion thread about it here suggesting we move some of the pages and abandon the model.

      I think we could call the page, "Prime" or even "Sanctum Prime".

      Alpha redirects to "Sanctum (moon)", so wherever Alpha is appropriate, it can be written without piping. However, if, in future episodes, the moon is continually referred to as "Sanctum" while "Alpha" is not used, then it'd be inappropriate to use "Alpha" in general text - we should use the term most likely to be recognized by readers.

      Yes, the name displayed for the link should be based on the context...i.e. what the characters on the scene are calling it.

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    • Russell said something that confuses me about the moon and village. "But, first we'll need your transport ship to be flown into Sanctum."

      Does that mean that the village is called Sanctum, not the planet?

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    • The difference in Nightblood beliefs i find interesting. With Wonkru only a commandor can take the flame. Nightbloods are not challenged. But Santum and the COG what interests me that their culture is that they split. Santum feels like a cult and COG cut there heads off. 

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    • Wellsworth96 wrote: Russell said something that confuses me about the moon and village. "But, first we'll need your transport ship to be flown into Sanctum."

      Does that mean that the village is called Sanctum, not the planet?

      Does anyone care to voice their opinion on this?

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    • I'm not sure what you're expecting. We have statements that imply that Sanctum is just the settlements while other statements say it's the world. I don't think we have enough information to determine what's what yet, which has been my base opinion for weeks. We do the best with what we have and continue from there.

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    • I am sorry.... I was just asking what other thought, it's all confusing.

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    • I think it'd be simpler if Sanctum is just the city and Alpha is the moon name, but as far as page naming/renaming, I don't think we have enough to go on.

      Above I wrote: "Josephine named the moon Sanctum but it's not yet clear if the name stuck." Perhaps the name didn't stick for the moon but did for the settlement?

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    • I think fighting over the name "Sanctum" might actually be part of the conflict between Children of Gabriel and Russell's group this season. There might be debate over what is Sanctum and who belongs to Sanctum.

      Like when the Children of Gabriel were arguing, Tosh said, "Let's take the win and go home."

      And someone else responded, "Sanctum is our home!"

      We will know more in the next episode since Octavia, Rose and probably Diyoza get mixed up with and learn more about the Children of Gabriel.

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    • I think we should reconsider moving Sanctum episode page to "Sanctum (episode)" so that the actual Sanctum can use the Sanctum page. This is because:

      1. Sanctum episode is mentioned in far less places than the actual Sanctum and it's not likely to be mentioned much in the future because it's a past episode. It's mostly mentioned in Throughout the Series sections which can be easily updated.
      2. The actual Sanctum, on the other hand, is woven into every storyline and therefore mentioned a lot more times. It will definitely continue to be the focus for the rest of the season and probably the rest of the series. So, having to pipe it every time is a pain.
      3. We still don't know for sure what Sanctum is. So, calling it a "moon" can be misleading. If we just call it "Sanctum", it will still be correct whether it's the moon, the settlement or even a planet.
      4. If updating templates is the main reason we don't rename episode pages, I can volunteer to do that. Sanctum episode is mentioned directly in only 3 templates and they can all be handled with piping.
        • Template:Episodes - a simple piping ([[Sanctum (episode)|Sanctum]]) works.
        • Template:S6 Characters - this already pipes the links to display numbers instead. We just need to change [[Sanctum|1]] to [[Sanctum (episode)|1]] in the links.
        • Template:Appearances-S6 - is the only one that can be confusing but piping works too. Basically, we would just pipe the link but keep "Sanctum" as the parameter. That means, we wouldn't need to updated Appearances transclusions on character pages. People just need to say "|Sanctum = Appears" and the template will display Sanctum but the link would send you to "Sanctum (episode).
      {{Appearances
      ...
      |Sanctum = Appears 
      ...
      

      To see how this template would look like, check out User:Starforce13/Appearances-S6. (for now it's red because the page doesn't exist yet, but you can see it works fine and it's simple.)

      In other words, recoding the templates and updating the links shouldn't stop us from fixing this.

      Does anyone have any other reason why we shouldn't rename Sanctum episode to "Sanctum (episode)" so that the real Sanctum can take the "Sanctum" page?

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    • For the above three templates, the pipe trick works fine, which I already knew. However, you forgot to give the code fixes for the templates for which the pipe trick doesn't work, specifically {{EpisodeOrder}} and it's use in {{Infobox episode}}, as well as, {{Transcriptbox}}. Until all templates have fixes, this discussion can't go anywhere.

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    • I'm going to figure out a code fix for those too and keep you updated. I forgot about them coz they're not direct links (under WhatLinksHere). I will update once I have something that works.

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    • In general, if it shows in WhatLinksHere, then a pipe would work. Thus, I wasn't concerned about any templates that show up there. I was concerned about those that have more complicated code.

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    • Here's what I've found.

      The EpisodeOrder template uses the actual page name as opposed to the title. So, the links would work fine if we edit it and replace all "Sanctum" mentions to "Sanctum (episode)". See User:Starforce13/EpisodeOrder.

      On the transcripts page, the display values are "next" and "prev" so they would remain unimpacted.

      On the Episode Infobox, we could opt not to use the default value on the affected pages and instead just fill in the previous and next parameters. For example, on Red Sun Rising, we would add:

      |previous = [[Sanctum (episode)|Sanctum]]
      

      and on Damocles (Part 2) infobox, we would just add

      |next = [[Sanctum (episode)|Sanctum]]
      

      Everything else would remain unchanged.

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    • So, your solution is to manually overwrite instead of using templates, which discourages any such moves. Also Transcriptbox would still display "Sanctum (episode)" instead of "Sanctum" on "Sanctum (episode)/Transcript" page.

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    • Here's another solution that doesn't involve changing those 2 pages. This one would also work for any future episodes we decide to rename to "(episode)"

      1. Add an EpLink template that processes links for episodes that end with "(episode)". Such a template can be found here: User:Starforce13/EpLink. The main code is:

      [[{{{1}}}|{{trim end|{{#replace:{{{1}}}|(episode)}}}}]]
      


      2. On the Infobox Episode template, replace:

      <default>[[{{EpisodeOrder|prev}}|]]</default>
      

      with

      <default>{{EpLink|{{EpisodeOrder|prev}}}}</default>
      

      replace:

      <default>[[{{EpisodeOrder|next}}|]]</default>
      

      with:

      <default>{{EpLink|{{EpisodeOrder|next}}}}</default>
      


      3. On the Transcriptbox, replace:

      This is a transcribed copy of "[[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]"...
      

      with:

      This is a transcribed copy of "{{EpLink|{{BASEPAGENAME}}}}"...
      


      Since we would be using "(episode)" at the end of the actual episode name, this basically just removes the "(episode)" part and displays the actual title while also linking it correctly.


      And obviously on the EpisodeOrder template, replace "Sanctum" with "Sanctum (episode)"

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    • If I may voice my opinion on renaming the episode page: I think it's irrelevant and stupid. By your logic Starforce, we should rename the Praimfaya and Eden pages too. But it's not needed.

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    • Could you please give actual logical reasons as to why the renaming is "irrelevant and stupid"?

      The only reason they weren't being renamed as they should is because of the templates issue. But if we can handle the templates (as I demonstrated above), I don't see why not.

      There's no need to do "[[Sanctum (moon)|Sanctum]]" hundreds of times simply because the correct page name is being held by an episode that's referenced only about a dozen times.

      Yes, the others can be renamed too... but there's no urgent need to rename them since they're in the past and not being mentioned in every single storyline.

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    • Sanctum is not the name of the moon, anyway. It's the name of the village as mentioned by Russell. The moon is called Alpha. Rename the moon page back to Alpha and this convo can end.

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    • It doesn't matter whether Sanctum is the moon or the settlement. At the end of the day, we need a page for Sanctum. If the moon turns out to be "Alpha"... that still doesn't replace the need for Sanctum since the moon isn't the same thing as the settlement.

      The names should also be relevant and sensical. When you hear "Sanctum", you don't think of the episode. And since they're using Sanctum, it would be incorrect to replace all Sanctum mentions with "Alpha." Someone trying to look up Sanctum would be expecting a page called Sanctum. Not Alpha. And if they're looking for the episode, "Sanctum (episode)" is pretty obvious.

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    • Why do we need a page for a village? We don't have a page for the Shallow Valley village do we? No.

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    • We have a page for Shallow Valley. And it doesn't matter how physically big a place or location is. What matters is how significant it is to the story. Even a simple room could get an entire page depending on how much content there is about that room.

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    • I didn't say the valley. I was talking about the village within the valley. We don't have a page for it and don't need one for the village on the moon. We could easily add the info to the moon page.

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    • There was no established village in Shallow Valley... The valley is the village if you want to call it a village. Unless you're talking about the previous settlement which doesn't contribute to the plot at all.

      Sanctum on the other hand, is an established mini-kingdom with its own traditions, leadership, etc. And the Sanctum settlement and the moon are not interchangeable. For example, saying Russell is the leader of Sanctum doesn't mean he's in charge of the whole moon.

      So, your points are comparing apples to oranges, using literal definitions instead of making judgment based on the content from the story. Pages should be created based on significance in the story, not based on literal classification like moons, planets, valleys.

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    • There was a Village in the valley. It's called Doah by the people who lived there.

      I get what you are saying. But, creating a page for every single location is unneeded in my opinion.

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    • If a location has significant content and major relevance to the plot, it should be created. We shouldn't leave out important key entities like Sanctum in the excuse of "too many location pages."

      Yet, at the same time we have dozens of useless minor guest cast pages that don't have any important information and get almost zero traffic.

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    • So, any thoughts on the template changes I proposed above (Thread:85735#31) to prevent episode articles from holding hostage pages for popular key elements in the show?

      Episodes come and go... and within 3 weeks or so, their traffic/popularity plummets. But articles for central elements of the story remain popular for years. So, I think it's worth it.

      (I don't know if we can say it's too many edits when I see dozens/hundreds of non-constructive edits here every day that add no value besides changing spacing or rephrasing sentences which usually results in worse grammar.)

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    • "holding hostage pages".... Uh... what?

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    • It's an expression/metaphor.

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    • As long as the technical aspect is taken care of, then episode pages can be moved to have " (episode)" at the end of article title. The steps are:

      1. Consensus for move & to what should happen to old page (see options in #4)
      2. Move the episode, keep old page name as redirect to episode (e.g. move "Sanctum" to "Sanctum (episode)" and have "Sanctum" redirect to episode page)
      3. go through all Special:WhatLinksHere & templates, pipe links (e.g. change "[[Sanctum]]" to "[[Sanctum (episode)|Sanctum]]")
      4. once Special:WhatLinksHere is empty, then old page name can be changed to:
        • redirect to different page (e.g. "Sanctum" redirect to "Sanctum (moon)")
        • move a different page there (e.g. move "Sacntum (moon)" to "Sanctum")
        • make the page a disambiguation page (e.g. "Sanctum" be dab page listing other Sanctum titles, e.g. wikipedia:The 100)




      As for my personal opinion:

      It seems to me that the primary topic for both readers and editors for the term 'Sanctum' is the location, not the episode. I'd argue similar for 'Praimfaya'. (But not 'Eden', 'Spacewalker', 'Red Queen', etc. - those I'd argue primary topic is the episode, with location/character better known by a different name.)

      At this time, I'd support a move of 'Sanctum' to 'Sanctum (episode)', if 'Sanctum' is turned into a disambiguation page.

      Why not make 'Sanctum' redirect to 'Sanctum (moon)' or move 'Sanctum (moon)' to it? Because we're still not clear on the name. We're not sure if Sanctum is the entire moon, a portion of the moon, or just what's within the radiation fence. While 'Sanctum' is a dab page, pages should not link to it, instead linking to appropriate page, i.e. 'Sanctum (episode)', 'Sanctum (moon)', 'Sanctum (city-state)'. That would make it easier later (which may not be until the end of the season) to make changes. If 'Sanctum' is not a dab page, it'd make separating the links harder later. So, yes, we're working a bit harder now by piping links to prevent having to deal with a mess later down the line.

      Btw, coding trick: if you type "[[Sanctum (moon)|]]" (note the '|' after the parenthesis but before square brackets) then click publish, it'd be auto-transformed to "[[Sanctum (moon)|Sanctum]]". So you don't have to type the second 'Sanctum' yourself, wiki will do it for you.




      I've been toying with what's the proper term for their colony. Village implies rural group of houses, too small to be a town - Sanctum is too big and incorporated for that. Settlement implies a certain newness to it - which is inaccurate after two centuries. Town also implies a smallness which Sanctum with it's six centers + palace doesn't fit. On the other hand, country is too big for a territory that can be crossed on foot in an hour or two. City-state seems appropriate for size, industry, and independence.




      So my suggestions:

      • move 'Sanctum' to 'Sanctum (episode)', pipe links
      • make 'Sanctum' a dab page
      • create a 'Sanctum (city-state)' article
      • consider moving 'Praimfaya'
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    • Janus100 wrote: I've been toying with what's the proper term for their colony. Village implies rural group of houses, too small to be a town - Sanctum is too big and incorporated for that. Settlement implies a certain newness to it - which is inaccurate after two centuries. Town also implies a smallness which Sanctum with it's six centers + palace doesn't fit. On the other hand, country is too big for a territory that can be crossed on foot in an hour or two. City-state seems appropriate for size, industry, and independence.




      So my suggestions:

      • move 'Sanctum' to 'Sanctum (episode)', pipe links
      • make 'Sanctum' a dab page
      • create a 'Sanctum (city-state)' article
      • consider moving 'Praimfaya'

      So you'd say it's similar to the Principality of Monaco?

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    • re:Janus, Thank you and yes, I agree - both the moon and the city-state have a lot of stuff on their own... and they will need to be separated. So, yeah, your disambig page proposal is the right way to go for now until we're sure which one deserves to retain the name Sanctum. (as long as it's not the episode).

      The other advantage of a disambiguation page is that it's easy to watch when people incorrectly link to it and fix it. Right now, there are a lot of links that should be for "Sanctum (moon)" but incorrectly link to the episode. Same thing with Praimfaya.

      PS: thanks for the [[Sanctum (moon)|]] trick.

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    • re:Wellsworth96 - yes, it seems similar to Monaco or historical examples of city-states like Athens, Sparta, Rome, etc.

      re:Starforce13 - yes, those are my thoughts.


      So, any objections to my above suggestions? If not, we'll move forward in 24 hours.

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    • I do have an objection. I just think it'll be too much work changing everything.

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    • Is it too much work if you're not doing any of it? I.e. if there are others volunteering to do the work and you don't have to participate, do you have an objection?

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    • I think the reason why the moon and the settlement is both called Sanctum is that because I think the settlement is the capital of the moon. It's like Mexico City, Mexico.

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    • I was thinking it could be a similar situation like Mexico / Mexico City too.

      If we don't have any opposition besides "too much work" in the next 24-30 hours, I will start working on the changes on Tuesday.

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    • I personally believe we should wait until we know more about what the moon is called. We jumped too fast into thinking it was called "Sanctum". We don't need to make any more hasty decisions until we find out more information.

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    • Moving the episode page has no effect on the location pages. Those are intentionally not being moved. Regardless of whether it's the entire moon or a portion that's called Sanctum, the location is the primary topic for the term. Thus it's misleading to send readers to the episode page. Having a dab page, solves those issues and helps editors ensure links point to proper page. It's a win-win scenario.

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    • I've created the spinoff page: Sanctum (city-state) since it was inevitable based on the amount of content it has. I will wait (until tomorrow) before updating the links.

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    • You mean next week?

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    • No, tomorrow. We'd want to get everything in place this week while the show is on break.

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    • Just to let you all know, we should make the page title: Sanctum (Colony)

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    • No, we shouldn't use "colony." The term "colony" could apply to the entire moon, not just the settlement within the shield.

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    • Woops, I'll just call it: Sanctum (settlement)

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    • No, we agreed "Sanctum (city-state)" here. Please stop moving the page until Janus makes the final decision.

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    • Oh no!!!! I'm SORRY I'M SORRY!!!!

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    • I've restored the page under "Sanctum (city-state)." Please don't move it again. Let Janus decide.

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    • I'M SORRY!!!!

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    • From Thread:85735#45:

      I've been toying with what's the proper term for their colony. Village implies rural group of houses, too small to be a town - Sanctum is too big and incorporated for that. Settlement implies a certain newness to it - which is inaccurate after two centuries. Town also implies a smallness which Sanctum with it's six centers + palace doesn't fit. On the other hand, country is too big for a territory that can be crossed on foot in an hour or two. City-state seems appropriate for size, industry, and independence.

      I'm perfectly willing to hear other opinions on how we should term their area. Colony has the same connotation as settlement, a certain newness to it that doesn't fit with a two-hundred year old site.

      If you have alternative name ideas, post them here and explain why you believe they're better. Please don't move the actual page, thanks.

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    • What do we think of "Sanctum City" or "Sanctum (city)"?

      • I think it could be considered to be about the size of a city. And even if they don't officially call it Sanctum City, a lot of actual cities don't mention "city" either.
      • We could interpret the leadership as the city's own government like how we would have a mayor or something.
      • Saying "Sanctum City" also sounds simpler than "Sanctum (city-state)"
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    • I think Sanctum (city)

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    • Definitely not "Sanctum City" - that would imply that "City" is actually part of the official name, which has never been given. "Sanctum (city)" says city the same way city-state does, but it lacks the sovereign state part. A normal city is part of something larger, e.g. Polis is the capital city of the Coalition (think of each clan's territory as similar to a US state or Canadian province). A city-state is it's own sovereign state. While 'city' is not inaccurate, it's less precise than city-state.

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    • Good points. I think we can keep it as "(city-state)" for now.

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    • So, actually after rewatching the Josie scene that made us think Sanctum is the moon more times, I'm more convinced that it's actually just the settlement. Here's how the scene goes:

      Russell : We're building a sanctuary for the human race here...
      Josie: I think I have a name for this place.
      Russell: I think Alpha is tough to beat.
      Josie: The latin-root for sanctuary - "Sanctum."

      Based on this, I think Josie was referring to the sanctuary (settlement) they were building; not the moon. It's possible that before Josie's suggestion, they intended to just call the sanctuary "Alpha" after their mission team.

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    • And the next line: "Josephine Ada Lightbourne, I do believe you just named our new world." Of course Russell could think "our new world" to be just the settlement, though it's an odd phrasing for that.

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    • Yeah, I feel like the writers are keeping it ambiguous on purpose.

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    • From the Children of Gabriel:

      "Let's go home!"

      "Sanctum is our home!"

      That also hints that they don't call the whole moon "Sanctum".

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    • If Russell had said "our new home", then it'd be reasonable to guess he was talking about the settlement... My general impression is the same it was a month ago: Josephine named the moon Sanctum but it's not clear if the name stuck for the moon. It may have altered to mean just the new settlement. (Or it may still mean the entire moon, but the characters are lazy and mean 'Sanctum City' or 'Inner Sanctum' every time they say 'Sanctum'.)

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    • Sanctum was an anology to Alpha, and Alpha was a settlement within the landing zone

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    • I think the map Bellamy & Murphy were looking at last episode had a dot for 'Alpha Camp' near the lake... so the city-state Sanctum is separate from the original camp.

      The way Earthkru used 'Alpha', they were referring to the entire planet/moon. However, Eligius III's meaning of 'Alpha' is less clear - did they mean whole world or a specific site on it.

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    • Regarding moving "Sanctum" episode to "Sanctum (episode)", the conclusion is 2-1 in favor of the move. The only objections were:

      • move would create too much work - countered by there are volunteers who've agreed to do the work
      • we don't know if moon is called Sanctum yet - countered by location is still primary topic of word "Sanctum" and this move doesn't actually touch the location page

      Since no further objections were raised and majority are in favor of the move, I'll initiate the process.

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    • Awesome! Looks like almost everything is complete.

      I've set the DISPLAYTITLE for the episode to "Sanctum" so that the page will still say Sanctum even though the actual path is "Sanctum (episode)"

      I'm now separating "Sanctum (city-state)" links from "Sanctum (moon)"

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    • I'm undoing the displaytitle - I absolutely hate when wikias do this to hide disambig terms. When this happens, half the time I don't know which page I'm on. It makes editing confusing because editors don't realize the article title. It's just a bad practice. Wikipedia doesn't do it and neither do most major wikis.

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    • I'm not a fan of the displaytitle either. I used them because I was worried some people would complain they don't like the title having "(episode)" in it.

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    • Displaytitle should be used when a title should be in italics. Otherwise, it's best to leave the title alone because it helps both readers and editors to know the page's title.

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    • Perfect!

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