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Water Magic and Water are different Magic, like the Magic under the category of Letter Magic. Should we separate the articles? Or change nothing and keep it like Max and his Sandstorm Magic, which falls under the category of Sand Magic.
- Separate the articles.
- Use the format on the Sand Magic article.
This is a bit of a tough decision to make, because Juvia is literally the only user that calls her Magic "Wota". I can't recall but whenever Lucy summons Aquarius, was "Wota" ever mentioned or did they say "Mizu"? Little facts like that make me contemplate over what we can do here. Plus, was Sand Magic itself ever said to be an official name? If Max can continue to be known as Sandstorm and other users such as Scorpio continue on to be referred to as using Sand Magic, I don't see a problem with keeping Juvia as the only user of Water and seperating the articles, but we would have to do that with Max too. Of course, my opinion can always be swayed with evidence~
09:41, March 3, 2014 (UTC)
Support Option 2 - It's already done like that with other groups (like Fire and Air) so I don't see why we shouldn't make Water Magic as the "umbrella group" with Juvia's Magic being a variation of it. NoNickNeeded (talk) 09:55, March 3, 2014 (UTC)
I don't understand this very well. What does Chaos say?16:35, March 3, 2014 (UTC)
I am confused as well16:42, March 3, 2014 (UTC)
- Chaos explained that Water Magic is also official. Originally I thought only Water was official, and Water Magic was something the wiki was using thinking it was the name of Juvia's Magic. So now I'm asking if we should separate the articles, or do what we have for Max. Gomen~
01:32, March 4, 2014 (UTC)
So wait, the guild card says only "Water"? Are we sure it's not like, "Magic: Water", meaning they didn't want to repeat the word magic..?12:17, March 4, 2014 (UTC)