I just realized something. When I write ToS locations, I try to include actions and scenes from the animation and the manga in each of their sections. And when I put in the categories, I just wondered what I was supposed to write there. Should I write [[Category:Tales of Symphonia: The Animation]] and [[Category:Tales of Symphonia manga]], or what can I write?
Penamesolen 20:29, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
- The manga and OVA are all just retellings/variations of Symphonia's story, so I think it's best to use only the "Tales of Symphonia" category. All of them are the same places anyway, so adding more categories might be redundant. I don't mind if anyone has better ideas though.
- Mayu Miyuki 21:18, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
Keep them in one category.--Emil Castagnier 21:21, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
I notice that this page has only a summary of the episode. I know nobody else will want to do a summary of the other episodes and I don't want to either. So I'm just doing what wikipedia has, just noting the differences from the game and the anime.--Emil Castagnier 21:21, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
Episodes 5 through 7 have been confirmed to be in production, but release dates have not been set. Wouldn't it be best to have a section dedicated to information about the next batch of episodes? --れび (talk to Lavi!) 02:47, 11 March 2009 (UTC)
- I guess. But it's not a priority for anyone who works here. When it comes to the latest info about this or anything else in the series, there are the official Namco Tales forum boards and other sites for that. This wiki barely has any of the "required" things for other games and media in the series, so I doubt anyone has the time to focus on something else that doesn't even exist yet. And I certainly don't consider this site to be worth much in the grand scheme of things, compared to the large fansite hubs that post news daily and have active members.
- If you have any confirmed and cited info for these upcoming episodes, feel free to add these things in. Don't expect much in the way of having others keep it up-to-date for you.
- Mayu Miyuki 03:05, 11 March 2009 (UTC)