So, this is a continuation of the Mofference topic, now that I'm back at my computer. Category:Individuals of unidentified species is currently full of articles that, in my mind, actually fall into two separate categories:
Characters who have been pictured or described, but who have not been assigned to a specific species with a name. For example, many of the articles created on background characters from comics. Two examples: Acme Droid Service salesman and Aurra Sing's father.
Another excellent example: the Hero of Tython, Darth Nox, and the other TOR class characters. They aren't of a species that hasn't been named yet, we just don't know which of a species they are—in other words, it's unspecified.
Basically, the second category is separate from the first in that there is simply no information on what species the second category's occupants are. So, basically, I'm suggesting we split the pre-existing Category:Individuals of unidentified species along these two reasons I've outlined above. Category 1 individuals such as Aurra Sing's father would go in Individuals of unidentified species, and Category 2 individuals such as Joron Tal'vor would be given their own category at Category:Individuals of unspecified species. CadeCalrayn 05:14, June 23, 2013 (UTC)
Want me to kill off that category, since it will be obsolete? Trak NarRamble on 06:21, June 23, 2013 (UTC)
Might be a good idea to keep it around until the end of the CT. If for no other reason than to make it easier to see which articles need their categories changed.—Cal Jedi(Personal Comm Channel) 14:32, June 28, 2013 (UTC)