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Maybe it's my own fault, but is it really necessarry to have the Centurions and the Centurions' cores fused? If so, couldn't it then be Centurions, and not Centurions' cores? Because even though we get to see more of the cores than the Centurions themselves, I would think that IF they should be fused together, it should be the Centurion article that has a section called the Centurions' cores.
Penamesolen 15:09, 5 January 2009 (UTC)
Fusing the articles
Noticing that Penamesolen's quote was most likely ignored, I wanted to ask if we could fuse this into the Centurion article, I mean there's not much else to say and this article is small. --'SilentKlarinette 09:53, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
- Go ahead.
- Do all the Centurions need their own page? I mean Aqua and Tenebrae are the only important ones in the story. The other six never speak except the Ven and Ignis in Meltokio once after Tenebrae is killed and the they are shown at all. Can we just redirect the names to this article instead?--'LloydIrving 12:38, February 15, 2010 (UTC)
- Since they are rather unimportant, I suppose redirects are okay. Edit- as long as they are given proper descriptions on this article. I don't want the content on the existing pages to go to waste.
I noticed some of the Centurions, aside from Tenebrae and Aqua, are referred to by gender (namely, Ventus, Ignis, Tonitrus, and Solum are all referred to as male). Are these ever actually confirmed? And if so, were Glacies and Lumen left unclassified? Schiffy (Speak to me|What I've done) 22:57, April 30, 2013 (UTC)
- I don't think specific genders are ever associated with the Centurions, and since Japanese is gender-neutral when refering to people in the third person (no he/she/him/her/etc), whatever is localized is pretty much the only basis for gender. Anything that is localized is considered to be official, and anything in Japanese is official only if nothing that has been localized overrides it [yet].
- Oh wait, you're refering to the articles that we have here which use gender pronouns, if they match what is used in the game? I don't actually remember, and if anyone can confirm that, that would be great. I don't have the game on hand anymore since I left it and my other games/consoles behind when I decided to live and work overseas. Though I could probably check Youtube instead, I guess.