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  • I would appreciate if we came to a conclusion what an aristocrat is and what not before you add any more characters to that category.

    Thank you.

    - Piko

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    • Food for thought: 

      What the aristocracy will pay for a portrait painted by Anton Sokolov! If only they knew how much he detests them!

      I know that doesn't explicitly say, "hey I'm Sokolov, I'm not aristocracy," but there's a distinction in there.

      I’ve been invited to a soiree at the Boyle Estate. Of course, I won’t attend. The 28th day of the 7th month, the Month of High Cold, is the day I met Anton Sokolov at the Academy. Why would I tarnish the anniversary of the most important day of my life by licking aristocratic boots? I have no time for Fools. I will be solving the riddle of this plague.

      Again, not explicit, but something of a distinction nonetheless.

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    • @Recludam

      I took a look around the wiki to see what the world of Dishonored thinks. I found this quote from the Heart, on Aramis Stilton: "The aristocrats barely tolerate him[…]"

      The lack of "other" in this quote stands out to me. As you're probably aware, Aramis was born poor but has become very rich by the time this quote is spoken. Wouldn't this imply that Aramis, despite his vast wealth, is not considered an aristocrat because of his low birth?

      I don't care for how aristocracy is defined on this wiki, but I would like to see this discussion come to an end. We are all part of a community, striving to unknot the mysteries of the Isles. Bickering amongst ourselves about definitions does not aid us in this.

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  • ...the higher-ups here tend to frown on that sort of thing. If you wish to discuss something, that's fine. Leave a message, invite me (or whoever) to chat, whatever. Don't keep editing and re-editing what someone else does, especially when the change made was an unnecessary one.

    Nowhere, as far as I can tell, does it say in any of of rules that the opening quote has to provide insight into the character's motives or psychology. Therefore, that makes a poor argument for the quote's inclusion at the top.

    To me, it worked better at the beginning of Delilah's personality subsection... y'know, the part that is supposed to provide insight into the character's motives or psychology. ;)

    To compromise, I re-added the original quote but left your choice as second quote at the top, so that there is one from each game. Hopefully, that will be satisfactory to both parties.

    - Geist

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  • Just wondering why you removed my trivia points about the Outsider having a vested interest in D2 and trying to escape the table? I believe that information belongs on the page, unless it is incorrect.

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    • It doesn't need to be word for word, but it's about the character, so... Actually, isn't there a personality bit? It might work better there. You know, something like "As a human, he was hopeful and patient, biding his time until the escape he believed he could pull off, despite being confined by rope."

      As for stopping time, I think it should still at least be there, but maybe the examples could go. The eight people thing is also on the Mark page, and having it there is a little bit like "Corvo said this about Daud at some point" on Corvo's page, rather than Daud's. Heart, fair point. I much prefer the interpretation that the Outsider viewed Piero as Piero does his drill, as a tool, rather than saying it's insincere.

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    • Quick thing: one of your edits to The Outsider page removed a reference that was called upon by another part of the page. I've fixed it, but please look out for such things.

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  • Greetings,

    your idea with the series/franchise page was not bad, and I approve of it, but for the future, before creating pages that also include a major re-categorizing, please discuss things/ask the approval of an admin first.

    Also, I saw in one of the edit summaries I saw "bot". If that was you using a bot there, please don't do that again. Although it did no harm in this case, I've seen major harm done through the unauthorized use of bots before.

    Thanks.

    - Piko

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