Different citation styles - which is best?
There have been two different citation styles used in this article. As this subject covers other articles, I have created a thread in the forum called 'What citation format is best?'. Please visit that forum thread and add your own views.David Shepheard 17:18, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
Text pulled from 'Disputed Information' section
I have pulled the following text from this section and added some similar text to the 'Known Errors' section.
- The statement "The Moons of Krynn circle their world equi-distant from each other and from Krynn." is in conflict with information presented in the Dragonlance campaign setting: The moons circle Krynn with different periods, with Nuitari having the innermost and Solinari the outermost orbit. All or none of the moons may be in the night sky at a given time.
There is nothing actually wrong with this section, but my basis for redifining it as an error was based on conjunctions and The Night of the Eye, with The Night of the Eye being something that is mentioned in multiple DL sources and being key to the way that High Sorcery works.I decided to move this information here, rather than just replace it, as this stuff needs to be addressed in the Solinari, Lunitari and Nuitari articles.David Shepheard 15:12, 12 June 2009 (UTC)
- SJR7 Krynnspace page 38
- Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis (1987) Dragonlance Adventures, TSR, ISBN 0-88038-452-2, pages 27-28