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Paul van Gent

aka Paul van Gent

  • I live in the Netherlands
  • I was born on February 2
  • I am Male
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Is there any template used for articles that are written from the real-world perspective, instead of in-universe imformation? I think it would be good for separating actors and characters or fan-used terms and terms used on the show. [[User:OwnerMan|OwnerMan]] ([[User talk:OwnerMan|talk]]) 23:05, August 3, 2012 (UTC)
 
Is there any template used for articles that are written from the real-world perspective, instead of in-universe imformation? I think it would be good for separating actors and characters or fan-used terms and terms used on the show. [[User:OwnerMan|OwnerMan]] ([[User talk:OwnerMan|talk]]) 23:05, August 3, 2012 (UTC)
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Good point. I suppose that instead of a template pages could be divided by categories. Like say episodes, comics and actors could be put under "real-world" while individuals, organisations or concepts go under "in-universe".--[[User:OwnerMan|OwnerMan]] ([[User talk:OwnerMan|talk]]) 09:17, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
   
 
:I don't think there is one yet, but it might be good to create one. Do you know how to, or should I? I think maybe an infobox at the top of an OOU page would be enough, right? The one problem is of course, what do you do with TV episodes and comic issues? Technically the item itself is OOU, but most of the information on the page is IU. --[[User:Paul van Gent|Paul van Gent]] ([[User talk:Paul van Gent|talk]]) 07:32, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
 
:I don't think there is one yet, but it might be good to create one. Do you know how to, or should I? I think maybe an infobox at the top of an OOU page would be enough, right? The one problem is of course, what do you do with TV episodes and comic issues? Technically the item itself is OOU, but most of the information on the page is IU. --[[User:Paul van Gent|Paul van Gent]] ([[User talk:Paul van Gent|talk]]) 07:32, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
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Welcome

Hi, welcome to Buffyverse Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Maria page.

Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! -- Paul730 (Talk) 12:51, October 16, 2010

Hi! I am sorry about my linking mistake, your information helped a lot, thank you very much!

Thank you for the extra tip! As you can tell i am just getting the hang of editing! -FaithBuffyTaraAnyaGlory 14:07 July 27th 2012

Thank you for your Dagney Kerr edit but i was wondering how you made that little table in the right. Can you please talk me through how to do it? -FaithBuffyTaraAnyaGlory 30 July, 2012, 21:33

Thank you very much for the message you left me, it has helped me a lot. --FaithBuffyTaraAnyaGlory 31 July, 2012, 12:07

Past tense? I apologize XD. Next time I'll make sure to put everything I do in past tense :) Romance Girl (talk) 01:03, August 2, 2012 (UTC)Romance Girl

Real-World

Is there any template used for articles that are written from the real-world perspective, instead of in-universe imformation? I think it would be good for separating actors and characters or fan-used terms and terms used on the show. OwnerMan (talk) 23:05, August 3, 2012 (UTC)

Good point. I suppose that instead of a template pages could be divided by categories. Like say episodes, comics and actors could be put under "real-world" while individuals, organisations or concepts go under "in-universe".--OwnerMan (talk) 09:17, August 4, 2012 (UTC)

I don't think there is one yet, but it might be good to create one. Do you know how to, or should I? I think maybe an infobox at the top of an OOU page would be enough, right? The one problem is of course, what do you do with TV episodes and comic issues? Technically the item itself is OOU, but most of the information on the page is IU. --Paul van Gent (talk) 07:32, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
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