Proposistion: We have a section on the end of each civ article with several words/a summary describing what the nation was like. Architecture, ships, people, the way it worked, ect. What'cha think? I'm working on something on Yulair's page that's kinda similiar, but it's a rough draft and I'm rushing since I'm busy. It'll be easier to understand the civ without having to read the whole article, just read the summary. Infact, if used correctly, you may be able to better describe the character/style/ambiance of the civ, its related items, and its people in less words.16:51, August 27, 2011 (UTC)
- I can't reply because of that goddamn button, but yeah thats a good idea.
- If I understand you correctly, I have had an idea about this for a while. The way I see it, there would be three depths of text. The first smallest depth goes in the introduction, and would just be a sentence or paragraph overviewing a bigger section below. The second, mediocre depth goes at the top of sections, and summarizes the subsections which go below. The third, biggest depth would be the subsections themselves. For instance, one could summarize Yulair's culture in a few sentences or paragraphs in the introduction, then have a section called "Culture" below. At the top of that culture section, text would overview stuff like architecture, clothing - those kinds of (culture-y) things - in a bit more depth. In the subsections, the text gives a fully detailed explination for those stuff. Alternatively, the second and third depths would be merged. I am against a summary section, as the introduction's purpose is to summarize, whether the sections below or not.
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