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<div class="quote">*If only the surname part of the real name is known:
 
<div class="quote">*If only the surname part of the real name is known:
 
**If the character doesn't have a recognizable codename, but has a specific rank, title or degree, the name of the article consists of the rank followed by the surname. The list of ranks includes, but is not limited to: "Agent, Captain, Doctor, General, Professor, Senator..."
 
**If the character doesn't have a recognizable codename, but has a specific rank, title or degree, the name of the article consists of the rank followed by the surname. The list of ranks includes, but is not limited to: "Agent, Captain, Doctor, General, Professor, Senator..."
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**If the character is referred to by an honorific title, the name of the article consists of the honorific "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Ms." (depending on gender and marital status) followed by the surname.
 
**If the character is referred to by an honorific title, the name of the article consists of the honorific "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Ms." (depending on gender and marital status) followed by the surname.
 
***'''Example:''' Mrs. Jones</div>
 
***'''Example:''' Mrs. Jones</div>
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<div class="quote">***No degrees or titles ('''unless the full name is unknown or is too generic'''.</div>
 
<div class="quote">***No degrees or titles ('''unless the full name is unknown or is too generic'''.</div>

Latest revision as of 21:35, March 15, 2018

Gilgameshkun wrote:

Personally I'd just call him "April O'Neil's father (Paramount)".

How exactly is that better than an article called "Mr. O'Neil"? Wouldn't a partial real name be more official than a generic term?

The S wrote: Which Wikis are doing this btw? I can't find any indication of this being used on DC and Marvel outside of when it's part of their "super" name (like General Immortus, because Yoshi knows his name isn't actually Immortus).

http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Marvel_Database%3ANaming_Conventions#Article_Pages

*If only the surname part of the real name is known:
    • If the character doesn't have a recognizable codename, but has a specific rank, title or degree, the name of the article consists of the rank followed by the surname. The list of ranks includes, but is not limited to: "Agent, Captain, Doctor, General, Professor, Senator..."
      • Example: General Meade
    • If the character is referred to by an honorific title, the name of the article consists of the honorific "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Ms." (depending on gender and marital status) followed by the surname.
      • Example: Mrs. Jones

http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/DC_Database%3ANaming_Conventions#Articles

***No degrees or titles (unless the full name is unknown or is too generic.
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