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While it's important to get as much info up onto the wiki as possible, lists should be avoided. With a group of similar items (like the potential list of 666 layers of the Abyss) writing a brief paragraph under the heading Layers of the Abyss describing the group as a whole (ie. there are 666 of them, they are constantly changing, each is ruled by a powerful demon lord, etc.) and then mentioning maybe two or three examples as part of the conclusion of the paragraph looks much nicer and maintains encyclopedic formatting. This paragraph could precede a Full article: Layers of the Abyss link, which would then lead to a definitions list for all known layers and links to longer articles on layers which have them. I think the Tribes of the Shoanti and language pages should serve as good examples in this regard. -- yoda8myhead 21:56, 24 April 2009 (UTC)

On it.--Canifis 00:13, 25 April 2009 (UTC)