Talk:NTF Rebellion

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Does anyone have any hard data or definite dates for any events in FS2? Galemp 22:02, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

About recent formatting: I saw no point in keeping these entries (in italic) if those entries were already linked. Wanderer 22:37, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

It is generally accepted that in texts such as these, ship names MUST be in italic. - TopAce 22:48, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

You could have only posted that note in here and i would have fixed it... Now all the other links and stuff reverted as well. Wanderer 22:59, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

I cannot post this comment everywhere... you can already find it on the HLP Wiki forum. I did post it there - TopAce 23:08, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

Those are guidelines, and haven't been generally accepted yet. I personally think individual ships don't need to be Italicized. Also, we need to eliminate the dates herew. They're fanon at best, but look randomly guessed and don't fit with ingame information. Black Wolf 02:07, 22 Nov 2005 (CET)

All the wikipedia articles I have seen so far italicize ship names. So it IS generally accepted:
You can look into the History page of each to make sure I did not italicized all of them myself just to falsely support my point. You can also ask an HLP Admin to check my IP address so you could not say I simply did not register and did all the changes with my IP. The mere fact that you (personally) do not approve it is no valid reason to remove all italication. To further prove your arguments fallacious, get a Sci-fi book and look into it where ships are named. You will be surprised. The conclusion is that even if it is ME who wrote it does not unconditionally mean it is UNTRUE, despite what you would desire to believe.
If you still hesitate to believe me (why would you not? TopAce is always mentioning dumb things) you can ask an expert, consult reference books or anything.
My arguments are finished.- TopAce 19:34, 22 Nov 2005 (CET)