Talk:Aliens Everywhere

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I must object to the line about the [[Paramount Queen]] of -7 [[EC]]In that article, she is clearly said to have been Xuriental.  It was her being covered in [[User:MorbusIff|brown fluid]] that so shocked Ghyllian public opinion.  --[[User:Jcowan|John Cowan]] 14:31, 17 May 2005 (EDT)
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Another point: you use Daydream Believer like a proper name, but in [[Egron]] it appears to be the name of a role or category of peopleThis can be salvaged by referring to ''the'' Daydream Believer, with emphasis.  --[[User:Jcowan|John Cowan]] 14:33, 17 May 2005 (EDT)
  
:Just reiterating what I've mentioned on IRC: I don't see this as a problem. If we establish that you are a book seller, and then I run up and cover you in creame pie, take a picture, and say you're a baker to "prove" my article in Aliens Everywhere, that doesn't make you a baker - it merely makes rationale for my delusional rantings. Alternatively, if she was born in the Xurient of alien parents, she'd be both from Down There and the Xurient. And, ultimately, this meshes up with the game description of ''introduc[ing] new facts that shade the interpretation'' - if the brown fluid is from Down There, and a person was covered in it, it doesn't take a lot of conspiratorial leaps for a nut (nutty enough to write for AE) to put "two and two together" and write an article that was scandalous enough to make her lose the crown. (Incidentally, these would be good in-game comments if the original AE text isn't address/modified.) --[[User:MorbusIff|Morbus Iff]] 14:39, 17 May 2005 (EDT)
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:I cannot help how he refers to himself and has been come to be known. It may be confusing to those who cannot seperate the singular definate and the plural indefinate. Such as a Zhur and many Zhur. --[[User:Tobaine|Tobaine]] 08:20, 19 May 2005 (EDT)
 
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Another point: you use Daydream Believer like a proper name, but in [[Egron]] it appears to be the name of a role or category of people.  This can be salvaged by referring to ''the'' Daydream Believer, with emphasis. --[[User:Jcowan|John Cowan]] 14:33, 17 May 2005 (EDT)
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Another point: you use Daydream Believer like a proper name, but in Egron it appears to be the name of a role or category of people. This can be salvaged by referring to the Daydream Believer, with emphasis. --John Cowan 14:33, 17 May 2005 (EDT)

I cannot help how he refers to himself and has been come to be known. It may be confusing to those who cannot seperate the singular definate and the plural indefinate. Such as a Zhur and many Zhur. --Tobaine 08:20, 19 May 2005 (EDT)
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