"X is a reference to Y"
"X may be a reference to Y"
"X is inspired by / is most likely inspired by / might be inspired by Y"
Personally I find this kind of statement should be more strictly policed. For example, they should require something like a quote from a Rioter to be valid. Something being similar to something else seems uneccesary unless it has been right out stated in a Q&A or something. Trivia should deal with facts and not subjective associations. Even the blatantly obvious references, I think, are pointless to list. I would be okay with maybe one general "looks like X" per skin, but would personally rather have none unless properly referenced.
The alternative is trivia sections fifty rows long with movies, games and characters, obscure…Read more >
How should no longer canon content be treated on the wiky?
I think at the very least it should be obvious, for any new wiki readers, what is canon and what is not. Should there be a disclaimer non-canon heading for old lore? Should it have separate pages?
The lack of re-structuring in the lore on the wiki I assume is because of the lack of replacement material. But I think it is time to at least start planning how the lore should be managed to create the most effortless reading experience for people who want to read and understand the lore, new and old. Has any discussions already been had? How will this be handled going forward?Read more >