Ah, here we come back to our original argument. It is not possible to provide reasoning
for inclusion or exclusion in this case, because the sole point here is notability. I
think all MTG cards are notable, you think they are not. It is a pure-and-simple
difference of perception about what Wikipedia should be. You assert the cards aren't
notable, which means they should be deleted, to which I reply saying they are notable,
which means they should not be deleted. No reasoning exists, no debates are possible
because it's a matter of personal opinion. In this situation what avenue is left to us
except counting votes to determine consensus?
On Thu, 11 May 2006 17:11:27 +1000, Mark Gallagher wrote:
> Please go ahead. All the information in available
on the net nicely
> catalogued, and even the images may qualify for fair use. A complete
> database of MTG cards will be a popular section in WIkipedia. If
> they're taken to AfD, rest assured at least I will be voting Keep.
No, you won't, because AfD is not a vote. You may
be arguing in favour
of keep, but rest assured that your mere presence will not be enough to
have any influence --- you'll have to actually provide some semblance of
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