I'd rather the details be left to individual pages regarding the when and where to obtain said item. The Journal is more intended as an overview, and not really meant to be extensive beyond what is allowable by a list. If a person is wanting more detail, he or she can simply click on the item link in question.
As aside, before I forget again -- I know that many of the journal articles are lacking a Location section. I do try to include such as I create the articles, but I either have not picked up the journal in question or cannot recall where/when I got it. There will eventually be location information in all of the journal articles and, again, that's where I desire the information to go. Sojourna 02:02, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
- Do you think we should designate Journals with some indicator so users know they are quest dependent? I can see some of the list rows being confusing if the Journal only appears at a specific time during the entire act. Perhaps just placing an "*" next to it so people know to click on the Journal link for further details if necessary. Most Journals can be found at any stage of the game. Thoughts? --Apoc 02:31, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
- I wish people could remember to click, but you do raise a good point. An asterisk next to the quest-dependent journal and placing the explanatory footnote in the article summary should be fine. Sojourna 03:14, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
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