Tagging species to specify demi-creature† body composition: there is no hard rule on this as far as I know, but based on precedent of not tagging constituent species for species like cockatrice or “human” for anthro even though anthro is, by definition, a mix of some animal and human—and the fact using species tags for body parts would just mess searches and filters up to the Nth degree—I would advise NOT to use “human” to indicate that a part of a creature is human.
Is is valid to tag
mermaidizedin combination with other species, like
humanized- to specify the form of the upper body?
Is there some reason as to why my enquires keep being overlooked?
This topic is busy, posts are overlooked or underanswered all the time. If the post is simple, like an implication request, it’s better to create a new, single-purpose topic for it.
Okay, thank you very much for your help!
dallas (payday)changes because it would have halved the ~50
dallastag, but you said 10 was your threshold. Should I go back and re-split
dallas? Also, should
hoxtonbe left un-parenthesised since only the character is present, despite it being a real place name, or again, is everything under 10 (or rather, 20 total) just the one tag?
Yes, remove the regular chains tag or the jacket tag if that was supposed to refer to the character, and use the one with their origin IP in parenthesis.
Oh, I see. If adding, for example,
chains (payday), should
chainsbe removed? Also, what happens if the character spans multiple franchises? For example, I’m shocked that Jacket (Hotline Miami) hasn’t got his own tag, but he also appears in Payday 2. I assume you tag the character’s origin for crossovers, regardless of what they’re known from or what they’re being shown in (a la Smash Bros.). The same applies to game versus series, I suppose, so
sydney (payday 2)should be changed to
sydney (payday)? And all Megatrons should be (Transformers) regardless of the series-unique versions?
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