Still trying to figure out how to make best use of categories. Especially categories where the same term can apply to multiple things.

For example, there's a "Heroes Unite" category. Should the page for "EGO" go in the "Heroes Unite" category because he's in the Heroes Unite series even though he's not in the Heroes Unite team? (And don't even get me started on whether he warrants the "Villain" tag or not...)

Looking into Subcategories. If they work a lot of this goes away.

And if there ARE subcategories, I'd like to make major use of them. I'm thinking categories for which issue a character appears in, who's rogues gallery they're an enemy of, etc. etc.

Smeh. Let me think about this.

Okay, so here's what I'm thinking:

  • Character
    • Hero
    • Villain
  • Creator
    • Artist
    • Writer
  • Equipment
  • Event
  • Issue
  • Location
  • Organisation
    • Heroes Unite Initiative (Organisation)
    • The Heroes Unite (Organisation)
    • Heroes Alliance (Organisation)
    • Oz Stars
  • Series
    • Heroes Unite (Series)
    • Heroes Alliance (Series)
    • Heroes Unite Adventures (Series)
    • Energize (Series)
    • etc.
  • Story arc
    • Heroes Unite (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Cavalry (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: EGO (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Salvation (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Fury (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Salvation (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Darkness Within (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: Chronicles (Story arc)
    • Heroes Unite: The Heroes Unite (Story arc)
    • Energize (Story arc)
    • Energize: Hunted (Story arc)
    • Energize: Stormfront (Story arc)
    • etc.

--Irrevenant 13:31, April 15, 2012 (UTC)

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