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Detailed Articles like Quest is okay to include infobox series (e.g. Quest A, B, C...etc) since some of them quest event though minor, they do play a chain reaction role leading to larger events. In addition, I don't think WoW would be detailed-article needing to expand into Meta-article (then infobox meta-topics/series) and thus the regular navbox as programming functions...etc, unless Blizzard have announce plans for implementations of different development systems and modding community network.
 
Detailed Articles like Quest is okay to include infobox series (e.g. Quest A, B, C...etc) since some of them quest event though minor, they do play a chain reaction role leading to larger events. In addition, I don't think WoW would be detailed-article needing to expand into Meta-article (then infobox meta-topics/series) and thus the regular navbox as programming functions...etc, unless Blizzard have announce plans for implementations of different development systems and modding community network.
 
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--[[User:Ramu50|Ramu50]] ([[User talk:Ramu50|talk]]) 03:48, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
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:Uhm... I don't get what you're trying to imply here. PvE guides are fan fiction? There's something wrong with the [[World of Warcraft]] article? Something else about [[API]]?
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:Could you explain your argument again before making any drastic edits, please? --<span style="border-bottom: 1px dotted;cursor:help;" title="WoWWiki bureaucrat">[[User:Kaydeethree|k]]_[[User_talk:Kaydeethree|d]]<sup>[[Special:Contributions/Kaydeethree|3]]</sup></span> 17:39, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

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Title

Shouldn't this nav box have a title at the top? When I first came upon it I had an idea what it was but it was rather confusing. Shouldn't it say something like "Various Class information" or something at the top of the table? Brelkin 00:48, 7 April 2006 (EDT)

New Classnav

Eh, I kinda prefered the old "wall of text". Plus, if you compare the old one to this new one, this one is actually wider by a couple pixels. =P Should warn us about these changes. May have to get used to this one you know. Pzychotix 17:47, 18 August 2006 (EDT)

Last line

I reworded from "How to kill a :" to "In PvP, playing a :" since it makes more sense. I had assumed if I clicked the Pa there it would tell me how to kill a paladin. Schmidt 21:32, 4 August 2007 (UTC)

Hmm.. how about "Fighting other classes as a:"?IconSmall BloodElf2 MaleAPΘLLΘ(ZEUS) 08:59, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
I agree, "How to kill a:" is most certainly backwards logically, but "In PvP, playing a:" would sound much better as "PvPing as a:" in my opinion. Recluse talk contrib 14:31, 8 April 2008 (UTC)

Twinking

There's quite a few Twinking a <class> guides on the wiki already. Would anyone mind if I dug up some more guides, and added those plus a new entry to this table? Cipri 04:19, 9 January 2008 (UTC)

Class nav box disappearing

If someone could check it, I am unable to see the clasnav template anywhere (including this page) when I am not logged in. I can't see any reason in the coding for this (A difference, however, is that when I am logged in I am viewing the original wiki layout) --Noola 14:28, 29 April 2008 (UTC)

Dk vs DK

User:Dark T Zeratul said "Probably should be "DK" instead of "Dk," because it's an abbreviation of two words and not one"

While I can somewhat see your reasoning, its not a hard rule. Most people are smart enough to know that Dk isn't a single word.

From the original name stand point, death knight is not a proper noun, its not supposed to be capitalized. If we were looking at the RPG abbreviations for examples, we would see that many class names with two or more words are still listed in lower case when it comes to abreviations. The abbreviation for death knight for example for use in RPG tables is "Dkn". The D is capitalized and the kn from knight are not.

So what we are bordering on here is not an arguement on which is more accurate, but rather one of aesthetics.

I won't revert it back to Dk, however I'm just pointing out that either way could be considered valid. This is a decision that can be decided on by wowwiki members as a whole, as to what style they prefer. -Baggins (talk) 02:25, 12 May 2008 (UTC)

Notifications (Usage)

Just to notify I am replacing all the class articles with Template:Classfooter except article Class. I believe the right space above article of high importance should be reserved for infobox likewise to Race or topics of the subfields class (e.g. Storyline, history...etc). It shouldn't include controversial stuff of PvE guides fan fiction. top series, while resources is more useful for displaying examples.

Detailed Articles like Quest is okay to include infobox series (e.g. Quest A, B, C...etc) since some of them quest event though minor, they do play a chain reaction role leading to larger events. In addition, I don't think WoW would be detailed-article needing to expand into Meta-article (then infobox meta-topics/series) and thus the regular navbox as programming functions...etc, unless Blizzard have announce plans for implementations of different development systems and modding community network. --Ramu50 (talk) 03:48, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

Uhm... I don't get what you're trying to imply here. PvE guides are fan fiction? There's something wrong with the World of Warcraft article? Something else about API?
Could you explain your argument again before making any drastic edits, please? --k_d3 17:39, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
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