Forum:Same World, Two Articles
I was wondering why do we separate articles for worlds just because they don't have the same name in the games. As, for example, Disney Town/Disney Castle are the same world as is The Caribbean/Port Royal, Olympus/Olympus Coliseum and Castle Oblivion/The Land of Departure, I could see the argument that CO/LoD are separate worlds but I see it more similar to The Beast/Prince Situation
Quote from User:KeybladeSpyMaster on the Beast/Prince Situation "The key is whether they are, in essence, different and separate beings/characters, not just their physical appearance. So, for example, Ansem, Seeker of Darkness and Robed Figure are the same being, and should be on the same page, while Terra and Terra-Xehanort are not. I'm at work, so I can't check if that's how the pages are set up, but that's how they should be. So, since the Beast and Prince are the same person, they should share the same page"
if it is because they have separate names, then i don't understand why we have, for example, Thundaza Trinket from KHIII and Thundagun Trinket from KHII on the same article, they are the same thing just different names, same as Caribbean/Port Royal and the other worlds,ScandinavianViking (talk) 20:38, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
- Thundaza Trinket and Thundagun Trinket have the same names.
- Robed Figure, I believe should not be on the same page -- for example, the Xehanort Experience Record explicitly separates Robed Figure from Ansem, and Young Xehanort from Master Xehanort.
- As for the worlds, that's discussed here and here. My stance is that both Olympus and The Caribbean have statements in KH3 where the characters identify those worlds as identical with Olympus Coliseum and Port Royal. Castle Oblivion is pretty much the transformed castle. For the Disney World, which we've been shown as having the Castle and Town existing simultaneously, I think we have to Hollow Bastion it -- Disney Town is the world, Disney Castle is the castle."We're werewolves, not swearwolves." (KrytenKoro) 21:54, 4 June 2019 (UTC)