It looks like the things talked about over at Talk:Water pantheon are going to go through, in which case, this page should probably be renamed. I like 'bell tower'. Do you? Mordikai wartwunson (talk) 23:34, May 12, 2013 (UTC)
- Well, what about the location indicates a tower? Otherwise, yeah, bell something is definitely a good idea. Anteroinen1 (talk) 00:56, May 13, 2013 (UTC)
Scratch that. I think "belfry" would be an even better name. A belfry is a structure that contains a bell and is usually, but not always, part of a tower or steeple. Mordikai wartwunson (talk) 06:14, May 13, 2013 (UTC)
- I disapprove the name changes on the Sub8 locations. They were perfectly fine as they were before; these new names are bland and uninspired. What are we going to name them? "The Church, The Forest, The Sewers (again), The Bellfry (very unpleasant name), The Town"? I say leave the names as they are. Even if the old page names still redirect to these new names, you can just skip them over when looking through a list; they're ordinary in every single way. Unless Mateusz himself complains about the actual names, I don't see any reason to change the names. Just because of a soundtrack name? People these days, I say. -NeroZero-BR (talk) 00:22, May 15, 2013 (UTC)
- It's not the problem with the language or anything; it's just that changing the name is pointless. A soundtrack name does not force an area of a game to be called that way; if I had a song called "Pancakes" for a dungeon, the place wouldn't be called "Pancakes". "Church" is a very, very generic term and everything is fine the way it is. Changing the names would cause several arcticle re-structuring through the wikia, and the names we have now are not hurting anyone.
I noticed something about the ornaments on the wall in the background, the circle square and triangle clue to 043 or the second tomb, did anyone ever notice this?