Template:R ME with possibilities

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When used with the "Redirect category shell" (Rcat shell) template:

Template {{Redirect category shell}} may be used to add one or more rcat templates, along with their parameters and categories, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation page below.

When used by itself:

  • ME with possibilities: This is a redirect from a Middle-earth title for a topic that currently redirects to a section or to an entry in a list, and for which it may be possible to expand into a separate article. The topic described by the title is more detailed than what is currently provided on the target page, or section of that page.
    • When the target page becomes too large, this redirect may be replaced with an article carved out of the target page. See also {{R ME to section}}, and when appropriate, use both together.
    • If the topic is not susceptible to a major expansion, tag instead with {{R ME to section}} or {{R ME to list entry}} as applicable.
    • Do not replace these redirected links with a link directly to the target page.
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#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{Rcat shell|
{{R ME with possibilities}}
{{R printworthy}}
Template {{Rcat shell}} is an alias for the Redirect category shell template, which may be used to add as many appropriate rcats as needed, usually from one to seven, along with their parameters, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation on its template page. This rcat may also tag a redirect individually:
#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{R ME with possibilities}}
This is in accord with the instructions found at Wikipedia:REDCAT.
  • Use this rcat to tag any mainspace redirect that, in your opinion, may stand alone as an article on a notable Middle-earth subject. If you see a redirect with this template, and you are moved to write the article, then be BOLD!


  • Also known as... – list of templates that redirect here and may also be used

See also[edit]

Middle-earth rcat template family: