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Delete I do not see a purpose of having this page. On each quest page it tells you the next and or previous quest so therefor we do not need a page nether-the-less a category dedicated to "Quest Chains". If you would like to use this as a personal resource let me know and I will move it to [[NoOneLeft/Bastok Quest Chains]], otherwise I do not understand the purpose or reasoning behind this. There is NO need to make a category out of this adding another unneccesary category to different quests. EDIT: Also, I do not think you understand how categories work, you are making this like a regular page rather than a category. --Nynaeve 19:39, 19 October 2006 (EDT)


Keep The purpose for this page is because the quests that go in a chain often reveal much more story-line type content than the single "go get me this" type quests. I could be the only one to like this, but I'd be suprised to find it so. I think many people would like having a list of those quests which are more involved than thosse simple quests, and could use this as a guide for which quests may beworth going through. A level 75 with all missions done would have very little reason to go back to do [[Mine Sweeper]] if they missed it, but on the other hand all the quests I've ever seen in a chain have enough story to them to warrent doing just for the story itself. This page would also let completists easily start chain quests from the start without having to go back and forth through the other pages after finding a quest they haven't yet done. They could just come here and see what chains they haven't done, then after if they want g through the full list and pick up the singles.

Oh well, you may be right and this is something few people would need, but I have posted a topic ont he forums asking for help getting the names of the chains right. Maybe wait and see if that generates and responses?

To your edit: I do, please see my post in the forums. I intend to make the chain's into individual topics once I have asked the community to help give me propper names for them.


Edit: How do I put that time stamp thing in here, and also I forgot the password for NoOneLeft so I created Leost (Leost is my player name, I'll just use that one from now on). EDIT: Oh I see now, your database for users on the forums is not linked to the users for the wiki. if you want help doing that let me know, I've done that for my LS website, not too tough. Of course since you've been around for a while and have tons more users than me, might be hard to tie them together at this point.--NoOneLeft 20:01, 19 October 2006 (EDT)


And to make it easier on you no matter your ruling, if this gets deleted then you should delete [[:Category:Jeuno Quest Chains]] as well. If this isn't something you think should be left in a more general area then just delete it, I'd like this type of resource, but I'm not going to go through the work of it all just for myself (so no need to move it). Thank you for offering that though. NoOneLeft 20:16, 19 October 2006 (EDT)

Comment: I am pretty sure we want them seperate. Please also see my post on further reasoning on this topic --Nynaeve 20:17, 19 October 2006 (EDT)

I like it but who am I to say >.>

Comment: Reminder, if you do not follow the Guidelines, your opinion would not be taken into consideration. Please follow the Policy and give reasons why as well as sign your name otherwise you are right - who are you to say anything because your above statement really does state nothing. --Nynaeve 08:19, 20 October 2006 (EDT)

Delete: I believe this makes quest pages needlessly complicated. If there were to be a grouping of quest series, I think it should only be a single category. --Chrisjander 09:34, 20 October 2006 (EDT)

Delete: These should be one article called Serial Quests or Quest Series. List the series with a brief description. Use a table to avoid white space. Personally I don't think AF quests should be included - and if they are they should be in a separate section.. No categories are needed for this. --Gahoo 10:31, 20 October 2006 (EDT)

Resolution Delete - Original Author gave his permission to have this deleted on the forums. --Nynaeve 02:39, 22 October 2006 (EDT)

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