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How should the Cephalyx Monstrosities be organized under Warjacks? Should they have their own column; or be included according to their respective sizes (i.e. Heavy Monstrosities under Heavy)?--Empryme (talk) 06:11, 28 July 2015 (MDT)

They shouldn't even be organised under Warjacks, since they're, well, definitely not jacks. They should have a table of their own, but at the moment it'd look extremely awkward (there are only 3 monstrosities and all of them are heavy). - Pourquoi (talk) 18:45, 28 July 2015 (MDT)

I'm having some ideas about how to list the Mercenary warcasters. Currently, they're all bunched together into one, and I'm thinking about how you could split them up into their different contracts, so you wont have Rhulic and Cephalyx warcasters on the same line.

First setup - All warcasters put into their respective contracts, without any repeats. While some warcasters can be used in several contracts, such as Gorten Groundback in both Searforge Commission and Highborn Covenant, each warcaster is in the contract that they're either exclusive to or is the most "theirs", such as all Rhulic warcasters in Searforge and Damiano and Blaize in the Highborn

Mercenary Warcasters

Four Star Syndicate Highborn Covenant Searforge Commission Talion Charter Puppet Masters (Cephalyx)

Second setup - Each warcaster is put into every contract that they can be used by, so Gorten Groundback would be listed under Four Star Syndicate, Highborn Covenant and Searforge Commission, rather than just Searforge.

I think the first setup is the most lore-friendly and looks the best and least confusing. I think it's better to have it as a note in each warcasters respective article that they're sometimes hired under different contracts than their 'main' one, or something like that.

Since this is a fairly major overhaul, I'm asking here for opinions before changing anything. --StargateNerd (talk) 18:31, 13 August 2015 (MDT)