Okay, so I asked this question on the Talk Page awhile ago, and it's kinda a dumb question, but I'd rather know for certain. I'm assuming that since almost every single character in the game is new, we're just leaving off the {1st} templates to keep it less cluttered?

And my other thing... My personal project is to document as many of the characters that I come across in the game, which is time-consuming but not terribly so. I'm assuming that for all of the missions that can be completed by any character from a certain faction, I should simply refer to the character ambiguously? That's what I've been doing so far—a "traveling hero" is how I describe the player. Just checking that this is correct—anyone have any other suggestions?

Also, if anyone is able to get better screenshots than the ones I have been taking, feel free to replace mine. Some of them have been taken in combat, or with groups that weren't so understanding of my desire to PrintScreen and Paint the enemy.

Thanks, —Cade Calrayn 22:11, March 21, 2012 (UTC)

  • Just to reiterate what I said in-game: on the TOR page, we'll follow the model on the Knights of the Old Republic article and put an asterisk next to items that first appeared elsewhere in canon. With regards to non-specific references to player characters, always use faction-specific language if you cannot use the class-specific character articles. So, for Imperial quests, use "an operative/individual/agent/combatant working/fighting/operating on behalf of the Empire." Same goes for the Republic. And you've been doing a great job thus far with the screenshots—keep it up! Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 23:08, March 24, 2012 (UTC)

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