Category talk:Echo Bazaar

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What does that have to do with anything? Unless I am mistaken this page and all related pages should be delete on account of not having anything to do with the mud.

Preceding unsigned comment by: --Leyan 14:18, 10 July 2010 (UTC)
It started off with and a list of DW MUDders being registered as well. So those pages are still from MUDders for MUDders. --Gunde 19:52, 10 July 2010 (UTC)

Seconding a vote for non-DW MUD things being removed from the DW MUD wiki. You can't throw a cyberbrick without hitting a half-dozen 'make-your-own-wiki' sites. Consider moving this Echo Bazaar stuff to (for example) I just hate checking the Recent Changes page and finding it filled with things that have absolutely nothing to do with the MUD. --Jiang

If you delete it I'll delete Jiang :) --Dasquian 08:47, 11 July 2010 (UTC)

While the Twitter part doesn't make me want to actually play the game, I like to read those pages when they're modified. They're easy enough to spot anyway. I don't think it's right to remove something that's being used by mudders and that's been developing for this long.

Ultimately this is Drakkos' wiki, more of a drakkoscracy than a votingcracy. (I totally didn't just make those words up!)

The vorlons have a saying: "The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote." (Give up being clear, join vorlons anonymous today!)

--Frazyl 09:54, 11 July 2010 (UTC)

Well if we are going to allow articles about things that mudders use we might as well have pages about food, drink, drugs, public transport, sex and world of warcraft. As Jiang says there are general gaming wikis where this would be better suited, it should be easy enough just to pick one and then copy and paste all the Echo Bazaar pages over there. At the very least a template warning users that these pages has nothing to do with the mud should be created.

Leyan 14:54, 21 December 2010 (UTC)