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  • Is it really good to have people of whom we do not know name of labelled as "unnamed"? That could potentially mislead the readers that, let's say, Dijkstra's kids died before he was able to name them.

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    • I put it that way to note that they do have children (or spouse, brother, relative, etc.) but we don't know their names. Unless you can think of a better way to note that? Unfortuantely trying to use "unknown" doesn't really work here as otherwise that could apply to everyone theortically that they have unknown parents (just never met them) rather "unnamed" notes they do recognize they knew their parent, sibling, etc. just we (the readers) were never told their names.

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    • I'd personally prefer just "a wife" and "a number of children" in case of Dijkstra and others

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    • Eh, using "a" doesn't really fit well grammatically. For example, say you have someone who was married more than once but didn't know the names of one of them. It'd read like "a wife (deceased), Lily" which doesn't go well together. Essentially "a" only works if there's a single name in that related field.

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  • Hey there! How are you?

    My name's Chris and I'm a Fandom Wiki Manager as part of the Movies/TV vertical.

    I am currently redeveloping Netflix Wiki to be the go-to place for all things Netflix. We want to feature all the Netflix Original shows and be the place to go for fans of Netflix to find out about the shows they love.

    The best bit? We are actively encouraging these users to visit other wikis about that content, including this one. Our detailed The Witcher article links to this wiki extensively in the infobox and main article body, encouraging users to find out more about the show.

    For more about how Netflix Wiki operates, please do read our Frequently Asked Questions page and/or ask me.

    We would love to have your help on the wiki! We've made a start on our The Witcher article, but if you see anything else to add then please do! Be sure to add links to this wiki if you need to.

    Do you watch other Netflix shows? We want to feature every Netflix Original and any new articles you could help create would be greatly appreciated. You could even join our Discord server!

    I look forward to hearing from you. :)

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    • Hello!

      I'm pretty good, thanx for asking. From the get go: neat idea and brilliant work so far. I’ll of course contribute if I find anything missing and I believe our wiki will benefit greatly through cooperation with this endeavour of yours.

      While we’re at it, I’ve got to ask you: could you help us strike down Netflix Witcher Wikia? The community here firmly believes it's redundant to split fans' attention. With your amazing Netflix Wiki it becomes even more obsolete. We tried to contact the admin there but he’s inactive.

      I’m not much of a Discord guy but will, if it’s okay, gladly continue communicating here.

      Thank you!

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    • (Juraj refers to this one as the unnecessary; I wrote to its admin some time ago proposing to join forces instead of splitting them, but no reply)

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    • Hi guys! Thanks for getting back to me. I really appreciate the positive feedback on Netflix Wiki, it's been a group effort and we're getting the rewards!

      I'll have a chat with the team and get back to you re the other Witcher Wiki. Thanks for bringing that to my attention! :)

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  • Hey there are some videos embeded on the site that cannot be edited. Some of them are not best quality. Is there a chance of changing some of them? 

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    • If you mean the videos which appear above some articles, well, then there's unfortunately nothing I can do because these videos are not added her by us but the Fandom Inc staff. Many of us admins don't like them there either but alas.

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  • I've found out there is at least one time when a term "Lower Angren" is used in Baptism of Fire, in reference to the area where Ysgith is located. Could it mean that the Angren in the books is in fact Lower Angren, and there is another area called "Upper Angren" in Dol Angra, as on Komarek's and RED maps? That would be similar to Sodden case.

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    • Hmmm, interesting. Could it perphaps be that the Lower Angren and Upper Angren are divided by an unnamed tributary as Bizi said? Perhaps the one mentioned in that Polish TWRPG expansion?

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    • The Roen is tributary of the Newi, not of the Yaruga.

      I'll simply write there are two regions referred to by Angren. I have a headache though.

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  • Hello,

    My name is Caio Roberto and I'm a journalism major in college. I'm writing my undergraduate thesis which is gonna be about the Witcher Wiki and I wanted to know if you, as an admin/bureaucraft, could help with some  usefull information.

    Thank you very much,

    Caio.

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  • Hey! Do you remember me? I'm this person. Just changed my account.

    Anyways I'll be quick, someone reccomended me that I contacted you if I had some question about the witcher universe, so that's why I'm here.

    Remember my ugly maps I made some years ago? Well I'm remaking them, and I'm having problems figuring out where the borders should go. I want to put the borders where they are at the start of the saga, that means the first book, do you think this is a good reference?

    That's all for now, saludos!

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    • Hello there, been quite some time!

      Yeah as far as using CD Projekt-made map as the shape of this world, the particular version you linked is preeety close but:

      • At the start of the saga, Cintra is not yet absorbed into Nilfgaard
      • Sodden + Brugge arent vassals of Temeria yet at that point (they actually belong to Cintra)
      • Aedirn Gorne (Upper Aedirn) is Aedirnian
      • Angren's status is unknown at the beginning of the saga but it surely doesnt belong to Temeria

      So... that's that.

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    • TBH this map's Angren isn't even the Saga's Angren :P

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  • Hello, I'm Flanqer, and I'm the Wiki Manager for the Witcher Wiki. I introduced myself in Discussions, but wanted to drop you a personal message since you're one of the active admins. I'm here to help you and your community, and to be a liaison to full-time Fandom Staff. If you ever have any questions related to the wiki, whether it's about editing, styling, infoboxes, policy, etc, please contact me on my message wall.

    (Don't take the "manager" part of my title seriously. For a clearer explanation of my role, see the announcement on Community Central.)

    Flanqer @fandom (Talk) 22:11, May 22, 2019 (UTC)

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  • Sorry to bother, but I was reading through the family trees of Redanian and Temerian monarchs and somthing felt really odd. Riannon marries Goidemar, who's son of Gardik (that's 1 generation). We know that Gardik had a sister named Maria Pulcheria, so we can assume she's roughly around the same age as Gardik. If we follow Redanias tree through her marriage with Dambor, we arrive at Vridank (that's 4 generations), who's the addoptive father of Riannon. Am I missing something? Because this doesn't make any sense chronologically.

    How can Riannon be adopted by a king who shouldn't be born yet (following common sense) for another one hundred years?

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    • Technical stuff mostly, put some color here, add some there. I would also like to make the borders between realms stand out more, even though it's totally non-canon as we have nearly 0 info about where borders begin and where they end, a part from a few cases. 

      But I think I'll take a few months off for myself and enjoy the books once again!

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    • Great. Yeah taking some off-time is a good idea, especially now with the amazing Netflix’s The Witcher show coming so soon in December.

      (I mean it’s probably hype speaking in my stead but gosh, the trailer’s like from another world!)

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  • continuing off the last thread, for me, that Etolia section read more of an overview, as it's describing all 3 at once (geography, climate, and touches on it's main function within the Empire, like supplying food). Otherwise, divided out, you'd be back to each section only being one sentence: climate being it has harsh winter, geography just that it's very fertile, etc.

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