I see a lot of capitalization going on lately:
The Wikipedia manual of style (which we follow) advises to capitalize the initial letter, but otherwise follow sentence case. I think we should agree on one method.
- Interesting points. The Prismatic Piper is unproblematic to my. It is a name just like The Wanderer. Those are naturally capitalized. So I don't see much issue with it.
- List of In-Multiverse Works on the other hand is following a title case capitalization, which looks cooler, but is harder to link to hence not the best way to spell out a wiki article.
- I think the question would be how would I spell the article in a normal text and that would be list of in-multiverse works and the Prismatic Piper. So in other words Prismatic Paper is capitalized correctly but list of in-multiverse works isn't.
- Same goes for section headings.
- There are of course special Magic capitalization rules like formats, subtypes and products. But there is some wiggle room like Commander Decks or commander decks, one as a product and the other time as a function. Or Human and human, first used as a subtype and the name of a species.
- So while I do think that is it good to be consistent sometimes it can be good to leave thinks as they are if we are in the wiggle room department. - Yandere-sliver (talk) 10:29, 1 November 2020 (UTC)