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I really think Beastwalkers should remain its own article. They aren't a race of humans, they're more of a group or order, or clan. We should have a section for general Ulgrothan humans, tho. VestDan 13:24, 15 May 2006 (CDT)

I went back and forth about puting the Beastwalkers in Humans. I supposed I did it because they were already under Species and Races. I put them in the Affiliations category too. So, give them back their own article? Randel 17:19, 15 May 2006 (CDT)

Yeah, own article. They were under species and races because, well, there wasn't an affiliations category yet. VestDan 18:20, 15 May 2006 (CDT)

Is this page only supposed to show human sub-species, or all human civilisations (You know, Benalia, Keld, Zhalfir, Suq'Ata etc. etc. etc.) The Squirle master

This is a species page, so no civilizations, just human variations. Randel 09:47, 17 May 2006 (CDT)

I thought as much. Then the Vec and Dal probably shouldn't be on here. The Kor had those weird skulls and blue skin, but the other two human tribes on Rath where pretty much standard humans. The Squirle master

I thought they were all Shaodw people or something. But I don't really know so I shall bow to your superior knowledge on this. I'll put the I guess that Vec and Dal will go under affiliations. What do you think? Randel 18:24, 17 May 2006 (CDT)

Uh... the shadow people where the Dauthi, Soltari and Thalakos. But yeah, I'd say Vec & Dal go under affiliations. The Squirle master

Now that the Kor have their own creature type distinct from "Human" (as of Time Spiral), should they still be listed under humans? Also, is there any evidence from the books that the Kor were connected to Urza, or is that just speculation? If the latter, I'd say remove that line.--Filby 20:16, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

I'm thinking of lumping the tribes of Mirrodin together into one single article, like the Rathi Tribes. Any thoughts for or against?--Filby 07:40, 20 August 2007 (UTC)