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Yay, cut and past works! I'm open for color suggestions especially if there already is one associated with Stirling's Emberverse. Next is Fictional Characters Template and Historical is not needed for this story. ML4E (talk) 18:32, June 17, 2015 (UTC)

There isn't a designated color over at the Emberverse wiki. So I think we have a free hand.
Here are some colors with the name "ember". Alternatively, here are some "topanga" colors. Of course, if there is some other element of the story you think should be highlighted, we don't need to use these. TR (talk) 19:07, June 17, 2015 (UTC)

"Topanga Cowgirl" which has the orangy Ember color that some in that list had and is also the approximate color of the title on the book cover. Man that's a doorstopper, 627 page hardcover book. In addition, "cowgirl" suggests a horse rider which ties into the idea of "lancers" even if none in the story are female. ML4E (talk) 19:38, June 17, 2015 (UTC)

Works for me. Black lettering looked better on the lighter color than white did, so I went ahead and changed that. TR (talk) 19:45, June 17, 2015 (UTC)

I was wondering whether to create "Topangans" and "Chatsworthians" as new nationality categories since the characters, even those born before the change such as Jared Tillman, view themselves as citizens of the city-state rather than "Americans". So I went and took a look at tVWW to see if that had been done. The natives of that Alternate are still categorized as "Americans" but its quite sparse so it could be subject to change if anyone ever really works at it.

I was about to begin a conversation about nationality categories in light of the fact that BA will represent the first time (as far as we know)that HT has directly engaged East Germany/West Germany and North Korea/South Korea. I'd also contemplated some of the other fictional country nationality categories we have that might share similarities with the Germanys and the Koreas, so maybe we should include this conversation as well. TR (talk) 17:28, June 18, 2015 (UTC)

One thing I noticed and then looked at "Secret Names and found as well is the following:


Coincidentally, we used a different shade of an orangy color for all three post-apocalyptic stories. How about that. ML4E (talk) 17:06, June 18, 2015 (UTC)

Heh. Now when I see UCLA-gold I'll think post-acopcalypse
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