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Please leave it this way. Rosa is listed where she is because this is listed in the order the party members join. --Crazyswordsman 19:10, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

But why list it in joining order instead of order of appearance? It always seemed to me like when creating such a list, it would be order of importance (in this case, Cecil first, then MAYBE Kain and Rosa if you extend it to them as shown in places like the official art), then order of appearance, then miscellany. Simply looking for an answer here, I'll drop it if there's a reason behind it. PaladinCecil 23:38, 29 August 2008 (UTC)
Here's a reason - order of importance is subjective, order of appearance is not. To me, Tellah and Edward are irrelevant, so they go last, and Kain and Rydia are most important, so they go first. See why that doesn't work? Drake Clawfang
Either you misread the message, or I didn't write it clear enough. I'm talking about using order of appearance instead of order of joining. Order of joining is what they've chosen at the moment. Order of appearance seems like it would be better, to me, because it denotes story flow. I mentioned order of importance only because typically on a cast list, the most important people are mentioned first; in this case, it would be the same as both joining AND appearance order, with Cecil at the start. I said MAYBE Kain and Rosa, a huge maybe, because they've been suggested as the most important to the main story (not in the game overall) following, for instance, the GBA box art. I'm really advocating order of appearance here over order of joining. PaladinCecil 01:09, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
Except that the order they appear is the order they join in, except for Rosa, and that's a minor change. Drake Clawfang
Not really. Rosa and Cid both appear before Rydia does. In addition, it signifies the main story flow. PaladinCecil 02:18, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
They appear before Rydia, but they don't join the party until after. That's the order in which we go by. Not when they appear, but when they join the party. --BlueHighwind 02:19, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
So it's common practice, at least here, to go by joining order rather than order of appearance? PaladinCecil 02:24, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
I'm with PC, just am.  ILHI 10:06, 30 August 2008 (UTC)

I am bringing this up again because my question was not answered. Is it common practice here to follow joining order rather than order of appearance? PaladinCecil 10:10, 24 September 2008 (UTC)

Henryacores - "É que esta noite vou lançar ao mar/A bruma que houver em mim./Vou beber e cantar este luar/vou dançar até ao fim."
TALK - 11:42, 24 September 2008 (UTC)

Split Edit

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BlueHighwind Q?
TALK - Omnia mutantur, nihil interit. Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost. :
Shouldn't FFIV and FFIV: The After have two different infoboxes instead of sharing the same one? I think the FFVII precedent says that this should be divided in two.
Diablocon - No, the question is; who art thou, ham planks? Shanks! I meant shanks
TALK - 17:54, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
The FFIV and After worlds are identical, there is no need for a split. An After template would only feature the new characters, and that's about it.
And yet the After is so different from FFIV, but the FFVII compilation is very the same... and we still split that. FFIV & The After should be split just as FFVII was. There will be LESS of everything on The After template and DIFFERENT things. Enough to split the template.  ILHI 21:21, 3 November 2008 (UTC)

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I want to add the FF IV Bugs and Glitches article to this template. Is this cool with everyone? --Liberal Noob 22:37, October 14, 2009 (UTC)

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