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  • GreenLizard, dearest of all my friends, when you create a page of an item or the location of it, try using the item's true name: i.e: the "Emblem Key" is the S.T.A.R.S. Key as you can see after it was checked, when you check the "Blue Gem" it then will be renamed as the "Sapphire". When you create the Item page, is better to use the "Fake name" first, and then rename the page with it's true name, so it redirects when someone search it by it's fake name. i.e: if you create the .ST.A.R.S. key page, name it "Empblem Key", after the article is done, click rename and add the true name: "S.T.A.R.S. Key. Always check items to reveal their "True Name".

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    • Ok, I'll do like that. I thought, that it's better to give links to the simple names of items, but in the article of the item it must be payed attention to the real name. That was my plan, when I finish with "rooms". )

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    • Yeah - we should create redirects (or disambig. pages if multiple items use that name - eg. "Mansion key") and include in the article "X is also known as Y before being examined."

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    • Speaking of redirects, there is an article that can't be renamed, this one: H&K UMP. The name should be Heckler & Koch UMP, because all the other H&K guns are named like "Heckler & Koch" instead of "H&K".

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    • I assume it can't be renamed because "Heckler & Koch UMP" already exists.

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    • I guess not. Regardless, I've moved it now.

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