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Pig chicken Edit

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Delete Delete — I created this page before I had knowledge that this page existed. All the information can easily go on that page. ChakraJoo Dee SpriteDai Li Sprite Sandwich 01:45, March 21, 2013 (UTC)

War paint Edit

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Merge Merge — I suggest we broaden the scope of the Water Tribe markings page to include markings of all kind all over the world, ranging from the war markings to the ice dodging ones (and others I missed). Also the occasions mentioned on the Body paint page could be included. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 22:15, April 2, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — I like Lostris's idea. If we made some sort of general "Ceremonial Markings" page, we could everything together in one article. Also, the "War Paint" page includes Kyoshi's makeup, but I think that's a bit of a stretch. Omashu Rocks (Talk - Crossfire) Bosco 22:28, April 2, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — I like the idea - it would look better to have all these ceremonial/cultural markings and whatnot combined into just one large page - it does look all a bit disjointed on separate articles. My only question is, what would be a good name for the page - something like Markings in the World of Avatar? PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 17:04, April 3, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — On the subject of the article's name, I go with Omashu Rock's idea of the name "Ceremonial markings". I'm not sure if this article's subject matter is significant enough in the Avatar Universe to be a World of Avatar article. Krazykid51 18:42, April 3, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — I'm for Cerimonial Markings. I'm not sure about Kyoshi being War Paint worthy as she wore that all the time - not just during war. --Srijay KTechFilmer 12:59, April 4, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — I like the idea as well, though I don't have any particular preference toward the name– either sound good to me. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 00:27, April 5, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — This makes sense to me, as for the name, I cultural or ceremonial markings sounds good.--Boomeraang Squad, always right back at ya. (wallcontribs) 02:25, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Sizzle-crisps Edit

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Delete Delete — This article is about fifty percent speculation, seeming to debate itself over whether they're made of soy, rice and nuts or meat. I also think its likely that the nick site may have confused itself (as it occasionally does) and used a second name for fire flakes. This is mainly because it uses the image shown is also the one used on the fireflakes section of the website. Misnaming things is not entirely uncommon either, as the Seedy merchants pier was also referred to as the Merchant's pier on a different section of the website. Even if the two were completely different things that happened to look identical– I still think that it should be deleted because most of the article's content is speculation. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 03:41, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — I doubt that it was a misnaming. The mistake would be using the same image, but the explanation on both snacks is completely different from one another. The debatable info comes from the nick.com site themselves, so it's an "in-universe" theory. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 08:47, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Per Lostris, and the fact that they were also named as such in "Appa's Lost Days". PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 12:15, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — We could simply incorporate this minor article into the Cuisine page. H-Man: Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 12:43, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — Per H-man --Srijay KTechFilmer 12:55, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Per Lady Lostris. TheBigO Fan Bolin sprite Be the leaf 13:02, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — After cross-referencing I've concluded that all the information in the article comes from the Nickelodeon website (<a href="http://kr.turbonick.nick.com/shows/avatar/index.jhtml).">http://kr.turbonick.nick.com/shows/avatar/index.jhtml).</a> For clarification, the exact wording for the passage on Sizzle-crisps on the website is as follows: "Spicy-hot, crispy goodness, with a mouth-watering bacon-y crunch. Some insist these meaty-tasting treats are actually veggie-based and made from rice, soy and nuts, but they're probably wrong." While I agree that we should keep the article, it could benefit from re-writing to avoid any ambiguity such as that pointed out by FireFerret. --Vespus (wallcontribs) 16:35, April 11, 2013 (UTC)

Air temple (disambiguation) Edit

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Delete Delete — I don't think this is needed to help navigation purposes, as they are clearly distinct air temples with different titles, unlike how characters have pages for films and games. Likewise, the sanctuaries article is also clearly distinct from the temple itself. The five air temple links can be found on the main article for it, and the rest are just episodes; differences of which can be covered by the line in italics at the top. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 02:20, April 17, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — I created this page because there are so many things that pertain the the phrase air temple, and while an experienced wikkian or avatar fanatic (myself included) may know each and every difference, others may not. I thought it would be useful for someone to have a single place to go to so as to quickly ascertain the differences and events that are specific to each individual temple, episode, and place brought to mind by the simple phrase "Air temple".--Boomeraang Squad, always right back at ya. (wallcontribs) 02:36, April 17, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — I agree with KFB. The main article pretty much covers the part about the different cardinal names, and it seems more likely that a reader would type in the name of a temple to search for the corresponding episode, rather than go to the general disambiguation page, which is longer and not as easy to search through. That just about renders this page null. Ozai Spirte The Final BattleSparks From HadesAzula sprite23 14:51, April 18, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Handy for navigational purposes. --Srijay KTechFilmer 17:51, April 18, 2013 (UTC)

As I said in my opening point, I don't see how this really helps when you have all five temples already linked on the air temple article, with the rest just being distinct articles like episodes - which can be separated with the message at the top of the individual air temple articles. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 17:55, April 18, 2013 (UTC)
I looked at the other Air Temple articles, some have disambgs to pages with more info about them; now if I were on one Air Temple, with a click to a disambg, I could see everything about all Air Temples, be it an episode, a battle, or part of a film. Srijay KTechFilmer 22:12, April 18, 2013 (UTC)
The only one with its own disambig page is the Northern Air Temple - the Southern and Western are covered by simple captions, and the East and Island do not have any further links at all. As Sparks also pointed out, you are more likely to see someone search straight for a temple or episode name; if they get the wrong one, those messages at the top will take them right to the page they need to be. No further disambig should be needed. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 22:17, April 18, 2013 (UTC)
If we provide a link to the disambig in question, like so, This article is about The Northern Air Temple. For other uses of Air Temple see here., something like that, would get rid of any need. If that is done that NAT disambig needs deletion. As for links on the page, it can be tiresome to read it to find links the article the user is looking for. Srijay KTechFilmer 14:32, April 19, 2013 (UTC)
I fail to see the "tiresome" argument if they just go to the main air temple article, the other temples are described basically right there and all linked. People are more likely to know the difference between looking for an air temple or its episode (Southern Air Temple vs. "The Southern Air Temple") - and again, if they make a mistake and land on the other page, there's easy guidance on each the episode and temple article. The NAT has its disambig because there's more to it than just the temple and episode. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 16:29, April 19, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — As KFB stated, Air Temples are summarized in the Air temple page, and the episodes are noticed by the "The". Acer Evan Seek anything about fanon! Jet sprite 05:02, April 24, 2013 (UTC)

2005 Edit

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Delete Delete — I don't really see what use this page has. The air dates for each of the episodes are already stated on List of Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes, so I don't see what need there is to repeat this on a separate page. Any other events that might be listed, such as comic or film releases, would be covered on their respective articles. Overall, I just don't see what use this page has. HAMMEROFTHOR 13:31, April 27, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per HoT. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 13:54, April 27, 2013 (UTC)

Avatar fanon Edit

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The page doesn't needs to be a non-fanon article since it's obvious that there is a fanon and all the information is included there. For a matter of fact, I've never heard of it. I came to it by using the random page feature. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 18:49, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — The page discusses what Avatar fanon is, but only gives a very brief and broad description and that pretty much renders the page null, since it does not have enough detail to show how Avatar fanon, specifically, is distinguished from the fanon of other media. I would perhaps vote to keep this page if it was expanded and more in-depth, but really, I'm not sure if that could be done. Ozai Spirte The Final BattleSparks From HadesAzula sprite23 20:00, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Foo Foo Cuddlypoops' mother Edit

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Delete Delete — This page is irrelevant - it has all the same information as the Saber-tooth moose lion page. With an actual page for Foo Foo Cuddlypoops's and the moose lion, a page for an extremely minor character that does not give any additional details is pointless. Frui (🌹🐝🐝🐝) 23:27, May 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — It's definitely not an irrelevant page. She is his mother, and she attacked Aang, which might as well be Aang's enemies. Even though it has "Saber-tooth moose lion" information doesn't mean it has to be deleted, you might as well delete Foo Foo's page too because it has the information as well. Also removing the speedy consensus, the page isn't urgent for a deletion. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 23:40, May 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — If Foo Foo Cuddlypoops has a page, the mother sabre-tooth moose-lion can have a page. Her screen time may have been shorter, but she wasn't less relevant. --AvatarRokus Ghost (Message meRead my fanon) Aang Cosmic Toph-DoBS-2 00:52, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — The page is irrelevant to have for the reasons Fruitpit gave. The argument "Foo Foo Cuddlypoops has a page, thus his mother can have one too" is faulty, since Foo Foo Cuddlypoops has a page because he actually has a name, and thus is distinctive from the rest of his kind. The fact that she attacked Aang and should therefor be given her own page is irrelevant, cause that information is already covered on the generic page of the species -as we always do. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 10:23, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — The page should be kept, if her son has it's own page then why she wouldn't have her own page? I think it should be kept though. Her mother is an important figure and is one of the enemy of Avatar Aang, the Avatar himself! Why you people are trying to delete it? I mean it's important to keep it! PEOPLE try to understand it! Now you all get it why this place should be kept..AvatarMJC (wallcontribs) 13:38, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Actually, no, I don't get it. First, as I explained above, it's not because her son has a page, that that automatically means that she herself should have a page a well. Pages are gauged by the level of information on it. As it stand now, all the information on the mother's page is nearly an exact duplicate from the species page. Her son has a distinct page because he actually has a name. Saying "B is relevant solely because of A" is a faulty argument, as B on itself should have a merit as well, which in this case, it doesn't. And second: how exactly is the mother "an important figure"? She was an unnamed random animal that passed the revue, charged Aang thrice and then left the scene never to be seen or mentioned again. As for the importance to keep that page: all the information is already mentioned in the history section of the general saber-tooth moose lion page, so there is no point in keeping it around for informational purposes either. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 13:47, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Fruipit and LL. Ozai Spirte The Final BattleSparks From HadesAzula sprite23

Delete Delete — Per LL and Fruipit. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 20:50, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per the reasoning that Fruipit stated. Acer Evan Seek anything about fanon! Jet sprite 12:28, May 12, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per above. DyingFlameTsui (wallcontribs) 21:34, May 12, 2013 (UTC)

Body markings in the World of Avatar Edit

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Merge Merge — I don't we need an additional page where all of it's content can go into the Tattoos article or Fashion article. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 17:35, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

Bean curd puffs Edit

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Delete Delete — It can easily fit onto the cuisine article (it's a food, we don't necessarily need to know about its history) and talks mostly about what experience characters had with it, not the food. Krazykid51 00:30, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — We don't have enough articles related to food. The article can be expended to contain more food related content. Deleting every food page isn't going to help. If there is a chance to mention, and it has any history whatsoever, then article should be made. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 19:49, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

The amount of articles related to food holds no place in deciding whether or not a new food article should be created, nor should any article be made solely for the reasons you provided (that is, being mentioned and having history). The reason we have articles like "Cuisine in the World of Avatar", while primarily to give a broad overview of a wide-ranging topic, has taken on the cause of giving a home to information that doesn't warrant its own article. For example, we don't have an article for papaya. It is just a regular, everyday food we can find in the real world all the time (I believe that's one of the reasons we deleted the article titled "Apple": it's just a regular, everyday food). "Jook", on the other hand, is an article because, while it is a real-world food not particular to the Avatar World, it has enough info to warrant an article. Popcorn, been curb puffs, and tofu, however, are all real-world foods not particular to the Avatar World and all contain too little information to warrant three separate articles. Plus, these new food articles, when stripped of speculation, become even shorter. Without history sections (which are entirely unnecessary for most food articles), they'd be only a few sentences long. The reason I didn't put up "Unfried dough" for deletion is because it has a background entirely related to its reason for having been cooked in the first place (thus tying it both to its general cultural aspects in the Avatar World and a relevant history). And lastly, I never proposed or implied a proposal for the deletion of all food articles, just these three. Krazykid51 21:41, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Krazykid. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 00:31, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Tofu Edit

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Delete Delete — It can easily be merged into the cuisine article, it includes character opinions that are technically irrelevant to the article's topic (the food in general), plus includes some speculation that cuts the article down a bit when removed. Krazykid51 00:30, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — We don't have enough articles related to food. The article can be expended to contain more food related content. Deleting every food page isn't going to help. If there is a chance to mention, and it has any history whatsoever, then article should be made. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 19:49, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

The amount of articles related to food holds no place in deciding whether or not a new food article should be created, nor should any article be made solely for the reasons you provided (that is, being mentioned and having history). The reason we have articles like "Cuisine in the World of Avatar", while primarily to give a broad overview of a wide-ranging topic, has taken on the cause of giving a home to information that doesn't warrant its own article. For example, we don't have an article for papaya. It is just a regular, everyday food we can find in the real world all the time (I believe that's one of the reasons we deleted the article titled "Apple": it's just a regular, everyday food). "Jook", on the other hand, is an article because, while it is a real-world food not particular to the Avatar World, it has enough info to warrant an article. Popcorn, been curb puffs, and tofu, however, are all real-world foods not particular to the Avatar World and all contain too little information to warrant three separate articles. Plus, these new food articles, when stripped of speculation, become even shorter. Without history sections (which are entirely unnecessary for most food articles), they'd be only a few sentences long. The reason I didn't put up "Unfried dough" for deletion is because it has a background entirely related to its reason for having been cooked in the first place (thus tying it both to its general cultural aspects in the Avatar World and a relevant history). And lastly, I never proposed or implied a proposal for the deletion of all food articles, just these three. Krazykid51 21:41, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — Per Krazykid. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 00:22, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — Per above. DyingFlameTsui (wallcontribs) 08:52, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Popcorn Edit

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Delete Delete — Little enough information to have its crucial information merged into the cuisine article (don't need to know all the history for food that showed up once), plus mostly about character interaction with the food, not the food. Krazykid51 00:30, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — We don't have enough articles related to food. The article can be expended to contain more food related content. Deleting every food page isn't going to help. If there is a chance to mention, and it has any history whatsoever, then article should be made. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 19:48, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

The amount of articles related to food holds no place in deciding whether or not a new food article should be created, nor should any article be made solely for the reasons you provided (that is, being mentioned and having history). The reason we have articles like "Cuisine in the World of Avatar", while primarily to give a broad overview of a wide-ranging topic, has taken on the cause of giving a home to information that doesn't warrant its own article. For example, we don't have an article for papaya. It is just a regular, everyday food we can find in the real world all the time (I believe that's one of the reasons we deleted the article titled "Apple": it's just a regular, everyday food). "Jook", on the other hand, is an article because, while it is a real-world food not particular to the Avatar World, it has enough info to warrant an article. Popcorn, been curb puffs, and tofu, however, are all real-world foods not particular to the Avatar World and all contain too little information to warrant three separate articles. Plus, these new food articles, when stripped of speculation, become even shorter. Without history sections (which are entirely unnecessary for most food articles), they'd be only a few sentences long. The reason I didn't put up "Unfried dough" for deletion is because it has a background entirely related to its reason for having been cooked in the first place (thus tying it both to its general cultural aspects in the Avatar World and a relevant history). And lastly, I never proposed or implied a proposal for the deletion of all food articles, just these three. Krazykid51 21:41, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Krazykid's thorough reasoning. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 00:18, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Krazykid. DyingFlameTsui (wallcontribs) 08:54, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Aang's fife Edit

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Keep Keep — The article can be expended if a few users work on it. If there is other Aang articles like Aang's shaving tool, why it can't have it's own? It was Aang's musical instrument. Yangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me · Read my fanon) 19:38, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — If it is to be kept, serious editing must be done. Intelligence4 (wallcontribs)

Delete Delete — The argument of we have this page so we should also have this page is irrelevant. An article is judged on its own merits, not on the merits of other articles. In my opinion, this article is completely unnecessary. There is nothing notable about that specific instrument itself, and any relevant information about the instrument in general can be added to the Music in the World of Avatar page. The fact Aang used it once in one episode to attract some groundhogs is not enough to warrant an entirely new article. HAMMEROFTHOR 22:16, May 16, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per HoT. It has been stressed before that an article should me gauged on its own merits, not on "but there is an article about X so surely this can go as well". Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 00:21, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Thor and LL. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 00:43, May 17, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Per UA and Intelligence4. AvatarMJC (wallcontribs) 08:00, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

All the relevant information regarding the object has already been added to the page, so there is little expansion that can be done. There is not enough to warrant keeping the page on its own merits, and as I said above, the argument of we have one article so we should have this is irrelevant. HAMMEROFTHOR 09:42, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per HoT. I agree that this page has not a lot going for it in terms of its raw value, and as such, it is a perfectly viable candidate for deletion. KettleMeetPotwall 09:54, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Every information on that page is only a single-paragraph explanation that could be added on the Music in the World of Avatar page; that equals with it's just a repetition between the Music in the World of Avatar page and the page itself. AcerEvan ( Contributions · Zuko EK Fugitive) 11:42, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

Lightning (disambiguation) Edit

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Delete Delete — I don't really see the point in this disambiguation page. It's not like with things like "Aang" where there are several different articles about him all under similar names, and I don't think very many people would be searching for these articles using the keyword lightning anyways. Even if they were to just type in lightning to the search box, the only two pages listed on the disambiguation page appear as the first results. So, it's not very helpful for navigational purposes. I think it would be simpler to just add a note on top like we do with several other pages. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 00:00, May 28, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per ATFF's reasoning. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 00:04, May 28, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — For navigational purpose? No, there's a "See Also" section on the bottom of page already. AcerEvan ( Contributions · Zuko EK Fugitive) 07:23, May 28, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Yup... This time I vote to delete it... It's useless... Nobody cares. People will directly go to the article where they want to read. Aang Sprite Season 3Kataang| AvatarMJCKatara End Sprite(Kataang's MessagesYour New Avatar)

The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One Edit

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Merge Merge — Since this page is essentially the same as Soundtrack of The Legend of Korra, I don't see why we should have two separated pages about that. Seems more logical to have that bit of history about the production also on the soundtrack page as well as the actual soundtracks for people to listen to. In a while, those YouTube links will likely be changed for links coming from that soundtrack, so then it will entirely be the same. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 08:15, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Merge MergeFrui (🌹🐝🐝🐝) 09:23, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — if Soundtrack of The Legend of Korra is merged into The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One, and not the other way around. (And small point of order: now that there will be an official soundtrack, we won't be able to host entire songs, for the same reasons we don't host episodes.) ― Thailog 13:25, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Oppose Oppose — I'm not sure that these two articles essentially talk about the same thing. Sure, they both have the words "soundtrack of The Legend of Korra" interspersed throughout, but while the "Soundtrack of The Legend of Korra" article will likely in the end come to include music from Books Two, Three, and Four, "The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One" will perpetually only include the information about songs currently there, plus info for, eventually, release, reception, sales, etc. Furthermore, I have a hunch that, considering the info Thailog found about the album's skyrocketing popularity on Amazon, Nickelodeon and Sony will come to release more albums, as they said they would if this one sells well. In that case, the parent ATLA and LoK soundtrack articles will probably become like the "List of Avatar: The Last Airbender comics", "List of Avatar games", and other such articles: pages that summarize a much larger series of articles. If we keep all the information about every probable upcoming soundtrack on one unified soundtrack article, we'd overflow both the ATLA and LoK soundtrack articles with release information, reception from critics, sales, and possibly more, for every soundtrack (Book Two of LoK, Book Three, Four; possibly an entire series soundtrack for ATLA, or three, one for each book, so on...). It would be akin to keeping a full-blown synopsis, cast list, series continuity, goofs, trivia, character revelations, and air date info of every episode of ATLA on the "List of Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes" I understand that my argument is standing on the assumption that more soundtracks will be released later on, but as it stands, this is a very probable assumption. Finally, if this assumption does not please anyone, it should be known that when Book Two music is added to that article, it would look disproportionate to have info about production history, release, reception, and sales in the first half of the article (the Book One half) and only music summaries on the second part. Giving the Book One soundtrack of LoK its own article would at least solve that much. Krazykid51 13:35, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — Right now they're basically synonymous. We can always add another page again if more soundtracks come out. --AvatarRokus Ghost (Message meRead my fanon) Aang Cosmic Toph-DoBS-2 15:14, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

But when the soundtrack is released, they won't be synonymous, nor would I really say they're basically synonymous right now. The first soundtrack article only lists info that summarizes music from the series and, in the opening paragraph, gives a little bit of background on the ideas behind the music in general. The article about the upcoming soundtrack talks about the history of the soundtrack's creation (not the music in general) and will soon enough (if it stays around for "soon enough") add info about the release, sales, critical reception, etc. The original soundtrack article that we have had since before the Book One soundtrack was even announced does not accommodate such information now, nor does it have to imo. It makes more sense to me to leave that article alone for now except maybe for a small summary of The Legend of Korra: Original Music From Book One, then let the upcoming album keep the article it has right now and expand on it later. Deleting its article right now in favor of adding its information to the first soundtrack article, then recreating the article later, would be like deleting LoK's Art of the Animated Series article right now and adding its info to the article that lists books, then recreating the article later when it gets released: there's no point. If the chances are that the soundtrack will be as long as an average article in little over a month, then why delete it now? Krazykid51 16:20, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — Per Thailog's conditions, although I would like to suggest that on the page we have sections for each physical soundtrack released. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 03:52, June 15, 2013 (UTC)

Merge Merge — I say merge the two, with the official soundtrack page being the main body/work/mainstay/whatever you wish to call it after the merging. Maybe just add the background info from the other soundtrack page to this one. --Soren7550 (wallcontribs) 20:33, June 17, 2013 (UTC)

Hami Tribe Edit

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Delete Delete — This page is mostly a copy-paste of information available from the Sandbender Tribes article with the addition of a speculative trivia and the mention of a sand-sailer being stolen from it. Not really worth an article, in my opinion. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 06:14, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per KFB; almost all the information is just general info that applies to all Sandbender Tribes, and that which doesn't is not substantial enough to warrant a new page, and already included in the Sandbender Tribes article. HAMMEROFTHOR 07:22, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — I think that if there is a separate page for the Hami tribe then it can help people learn more about this culture in the avatar universe. I also think there is a lack of information about the sand bending tribes and by having a separate article for this tribe it could probe thinking in a better way and beneficially impact the way the readers think about the sand bending tribes. Siwongsandbender (wallcontribs) 18:09, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per KFB and HoT. There's not much substance on the page at all, and one of the few pieces of information there is is that not much is known about them. --AvatarRokus Ghost (Message meRead my fanon) Aang Cosmic Toph-DoBS-2 18:24, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Glacial Spirits festival Edit

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Delete Delete — This page has next to no information. There are no sources, and until we actually get more information on it, it's far too short and lacking relevant details to really have a purpose on the wiki. Frui (🌹🐝🐝🐝) 01:54, July 20, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — I agree, it is not needed for now. 25px|link=User:Water Spout Water Spout 02:18, July 20, 2013 (UTC)

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Delete Delete — Not really sure this is needed, but whatever. I propose we delete this useless template. What it does is ask readers to be patient in regards to the possible red links on a page. In reality, the author him/herself hardly ever uses it. The only person I ever see adding this template is AcerEvan, thus proving how well-known or wanted it is among authors. It serves no point but to state the obvious and thus I see no reason to keep it around any longer. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 14:37, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — I added it as the policy stated, but yeah, I can't see any relevant reason to oppose the deletion. Moreover, as LL said above, none of fanon authors will ever keep their fanon articles are distracted with red links. They must be working on it. AcerEvan ( Contributions · Zuko EK Fugitive) 15:26, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

I didn't mention you to say that you were doing something wrong. However, I do like to point out that the fanon policy says "can be added" and not "should be added", so there is no need to go around and adding that notice to fanon pages as they are not mandatory. Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 15:36, July 22, 2013 (UTC)
I see. Thanks for pointing that out, so there will be no more miscommunication. ^^" AcerEvan ( Contributions · Zuko EK Fugitive) 16:02, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per Acer/Lostris --Srijay K - TechFilmer 15:34, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

Keep KeepYangchen-spriteUnnamed AirbenderAang-end-c1 (Message Me) 16:24, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

Care to elaborate why you want to keep this compltely irrelevant and unwanted -as proven by its rare use by the authors themselves- template? Lady Lostris vstf (talkHotN) 22:10, July 22, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — I've used it once, and that was for my one-shot series. I don't think it's needed, because people generally don't link things unless there is a page to link it to. Even if they do, the template really doesn't do much but warn people, and it isn't in use often enough to actually make any kind of difference to a story. Frui (🌹🐝🐝🐝) 12:52, July 23, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Never saw the point of it, really. KettleMeetPotwall 12:53, July 23, 2013 (UTC)

Republic City Hustle Edit

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Delete Delete — This page has almost no information and cites no sources. Until there is more available, I feel it is unnecessary and pointless. Frui (🌹🐝🐝🐝) 03:09, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — All it needs is the info from today's release added to it, and there's going to be more to come. I think this article can stand. PSUAvatar14 Want to have a word? Katarasprite1Ty Lee KW 03:12, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — There is information to be added, in this moment the page is sparse however, it is a canonicle addition to the series and warrents a place on this wiki. This page just needs some updating. Avatar Aang Cosmic Corin 03:17, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Give it some time, and it will be a full-blown article. Don't be too trigger happy with the delete button :) Srijay K - TechFilmer 03:17, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Neutral Neutral — Ideally I would've waited to create the page until we know more, but if the information needed to expand it is right around the corner, I see no point in deleting it and then recreating it so soon. --AvatarRokus Ghost (Message meRead my fanon) Aang Cosmic Toph-DoBS-2 03:20, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — It's clearly a worthy page now. --AvatarRokus Ghost (Message meRead my fanon) Aang Cosmic Toph-DoBS-2 03:46, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Definitely, to me. I mean we've had articles with far less info and surely the article will be improved shortly. It's an important canonical source and it's good to have a page on it. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 04:52, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep KeepMixedfiction112 (wallcontribs) 05:24, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — As long as it's concidered a canon, I think it deserves a place Avatar Wiki. This miniseries is just like the game "Welcome to Republic City"- it's not on TV, yet, gives us canonical info about LoK. Tomkazaz (wallcontribs) 08:30, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — No. That article has enough info, so it has a place on Avatar Wiki. I vote for it to stay. GokuSSF2 (Contributions) 12:15 , August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — Bryan and Michael confirmed it's official canon, just because it's a work-in progess article doesn't mean it needs to be up and deleted! CrimsonShogun (wallcontribs) 13:11, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep KeepAvatarKya (wallcontribs) 21:45, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep — There is nothing wrong with a work in progress. All the articles about characters from book 2 were once works in progress, and now they're doing fine.DancePowderer Talk 23:42, August 10, 2013 (UTC)

Neutral Neutral — The episode aired is part 1. Which means the article should either be deleted, or renamed "Republic City Hustle - Part 1". ♣Stellamusa101A Wikia addictlink=Fanon:Together We Will Go Far 12:39, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

Keep Keep —This is an three-part series that will complete very soon within the month of August and will be considered as canon to Legend of Korra.--Riadse96 (wallcontribs) 06:07, August 12, 2013 (UTC)

Film:Movie novelizations Edit

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Delete Delete — It should be noted that new infomation and old infomation from this page has been added to

Film:The Last Airbender movie tie-ins and a seperate "Movie Novelizations" page isn't needed.--Riadse96 (wallcontribs) 18:25, August 12, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — I agree. Ozai Spirte The Final BattleSparks From HadesAzula sprite23 19:58, August 12, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Agreed. The page isn't needed. --♣Stellamusa101A Wikia addictlink=Fanon:Together We Will Go Far 11:09, August 13, 2013 (UTC)

Avatar MUSH Edit

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Delete Delete — Avatar MUSH is a non-canon article that is entirely fan-run and has no official identification. If it was once a big part of the Avatar/Korra fan base, it's not anymore and I'd never even heard of it until I stumbled upon the page. Since it's irrelevant now, and has nothing official to do with either the wiki or the show I don't think it warrants a page, because there are other more popular fan-created Avatar projects that currently don't have pages, and it doesn't make sense to me that this page is, for some reason, the exception. Fire Pabu Sprite Ferret 20:01, August 17, 2013 (UTC)

Delete Delete — Per ATFF. I don't see any need for this game to have its own article. HAMMEROFTHOR 22:13, August 17, 2013 (UTC)