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The current version of the template isn't about the whole of the Dominaria - it's mostly a breakdown of the different geopolitical regions on the plane. That's fine, but it's a narrower topic than "Dominaria", which I would expect to list such things as major historical events, especially the various cataclysms that the plane has undergone and its relationship to Phyrexia, and the planeswalkers born there. Even for a navbox focused on geography, I think this is overcategorized again, especially when so many of the topics have little or no notability. How many of the regions linked here have only a stub or list entry? How many have citations? I assume this is a correct list, but it should be reduced. I'd suggest Wikipedia's template for California as a role model. --Corveroth (talk) 09:24, 12 December 2015 (UTC)

The problem is that from California we know everything, and thus we can categorize well it. But from Dominaria we are limited by what we have visited in the sets and that is a huge restriction. There are a lot of unknown/unvisited places in Dominaria and thus it can't be made a template of "whole Dominaria" per se. Thus the template I made was not based if the places listed have much or less info, but just categorizing in what summarizes the info we have about each region from maps and set stories. For example, Terisiare has been visited several times in different ages, thus I put the geopolitical places during each of those ages. Also, and the most important, many places are just selected and listed because there are cards that relate to that places. If I found a Fyndhorn elves card and a Llanowar elves card, all what my vorthosian side would want is to easily find those related regions in that template and thus knowing if both elves have any relation or not. I think that each named place in a Dominarian card name should be in the template. --Tuamir (talk) 11:51, 12 December 2015 (UTC)