Categorize as Axis/Districts
I'd like to suggest categorizing Axis districts as Category:Axis/Districts rather than Category:Axis/Locations, which would be closer to how Category:Absalom handles things. These districts are more like separate cities than specific places or areas. -Oznogon (talk) 09:53, 22 November 2018 (UTC)
- Definitely. Though this is a complicated one as Planar Adventures 175 says:
|“||Aktun is one of the largest of Axis’s districts, and it serves as both the divine realm of Abadar and the capital of the city of cities.||”|
- I make that Category:Axis/Districts, Category:Axis/Nations, and Category:Axis/Settlements, respectively. I think Category:Axis/Locations could be deleted as too generic when we can be more specific for this case. --Fleanetha (talk) 21:34, 22 November 2018 (UTC)
- As the person that originally made the page... I didn't add it to Category:Axis/Settlements because the whole plane of Axis is one big settlement, and this is only a small part. I'll leave it for you to decide whether that's a valid rationale or not. - HTD (talk) 23:28, 22 November 2018 (UTC)
- They're also mechanically distinct settlements with their own stat blocks. Axis is unique because it is a city comprised of cities; per Paizo, planar entities don't categorize easily. I'd lean toward including both Axis/Settlements due to the settlement stat block and Axis's specific description described by Fleanetha, and also Axis/Districts because that's what they are. Also agreed with Fleanetha that Axis/Locations should be reserved for individual sites, and probably mostly as a supercat of the /Locations categories in individual districts.