Talk:Lord of Chaos

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Closed deletion listing on Battle of Dumai's Wells[edit]

The article Battle of Dumai's Wells was listed for deletion on 16 April, 2005. The discussion was closed with the result of merge and redirect to Lord of Chaos. The article will not be deleted, but the information in it has been merged into the target article (this one) and Battle of Dumai's Wells has been turned into a redirect to it. You can view the discussion, which is no longer live: Wikipedia:Votes_for_deletion/Battle of Dumai's Wells.

Further move[edit]

As I was converting all the articles for the books in this series (of which all but this one were stubs) into sections on the series page, I moved the materiel about the battle onto the Events in the Wheel of Time series page. DES 01:19, 18 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Policy violation[edit]

The article, as it stands now, is currently in violation of WP:NOT#INDISCRIMINATE section seven, as it is mainly a plot summary. More information will be need to be added concerning real-world context and sourced analysis, offering detail on a work's achievements, impact or historical significance, or it will continue to be in violation of policy. This is a major series; we should bring it into compliance.MPoint —Preceding unsigned comment added by MPoint (talkcontribs) 22:39, 21 February 2007

The longest book[edit]

I'm wondering if it should be stressed that this book just has the longest page count (at least, according to the page for The Shadow Rising). According to that same article, The Shadow Rising has the longest word count, which would technically make it the longest book. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 23:28, 20 August 2009 (UTC)