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Should Dispel (and other spell names) be emboldened throughout the page, or just the first time? Or do we not care about consistency and I should leave well enough alone? --nekobawt 23:32, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
- I think the basic "policy" we have on it is to bold it at the top of the page and also bold any alternative names that come up later on, even if it's still the top of the page. Keep in mind, no one has ever told me that specifically, this is just what I have personally observed. --Mymindislost 23:46, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
- Ok, then I'll leave it alone. We're super busy at work right now and by the time I make it through the crush I'm sure I'll have forgotten all about it anyway. :P --nekobawt 00:12, 7 June 2007 (UTC)
You guys are lucky just to get internet at work even.
The Diablo policy:
Bold it only in the first line, and follow it up with alternative names, also in bold. For example:
Life, also known as Raise...Don't bold it any other time from there on. I think I might make a page of all my policies.
Using the item as a spell like other items will produce the Dispel spell, which does absolutely nothing at all. It's like how there's a couple other oddities with equipment and the such, but Dispel is in fact in the SNES version, as are Shell and Protect (though those 2 are on one enemy).