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ShardofTruth 08:53, 15 September 2015 (UTC)

Re: Re Mind[edit]

The order the game presents is irrelevant, its the order of chronological that the story section be in. Narratively speaking, the whole young Xehanort meeting MoM should be mention first in the story section before going to the main story section where the game takes places in the present time. And I've removed all instances of double linking in the story section, such as with Aqua. There is no reasons for each episode to have the same links to pages when the previous episode has already links to it. UnknownCheisā —— From Shadows 20:27, 3 February 2020 (UTC)

Yes, but I meant you literally left an unpaired "]" in one of the "Aqua"s you de-linked, so the word "Aqua]" with the extra bracket is in the article where everyone can see it. --Wikipirate (talk) 22:33, 3 February 2020 (UTC)
That’s just mistake. Happens often.
But UnknownChaser, I know character story sections are meant to be chronological but shouldn’t game story section present itself the same way the game’s story unfolds? - JTD95 (talk) 22:39, 3 February 2020 (UTC)

> you literally left an unpaired "]" in one of the "Aqua"s you de-linked, so the word "Aqua]" with the extra bracket is in the article

You know theres something call "mistake" right? It's literally a minor thing that can be removed.

>I know character story sections are meant to be chronological but shouldn’t game story section present itself the same way the game’s story unfolds

Yes and no. the scene in question has no reason to be a break in the story summery (ABB, not ABA). Its easily an event that can be cover in the first line before returning to main time story. UnknownCheisā —— From Shadows 02:57, 4 February 2020 (UTC)
But Xehanort literally references that flashback at the start of the next scene, with the implication that he just finished describing the story to his cohorts. The narrative, and the paragraph, has its flow broken by rearranging them. Is chronological order so important that it supersedes that? --Wikipirate (talk) 05:25, 4 February 2020 (UTC)