That conclusion requires you to accept the hypothesis that puns are witty—something that some will question even for the best of puns (which this is definitely not).
But my biggest problem with Archertype is that it looks more like a typo than a name, and its meaning doesn't seem particularly clear. That's in addition to thinking it's not a very good pun.
Unfortunately we haven't actually defined this. A lot to all of the examples have no context. They say things like, "used bows in battle, in contrast to their brothers, who used swords," and "are well-known for their archery skills," and "as well as her hunting partner." These probably fit but they seem to be written as if it's someone who's skilled with the bow instead of a certain personality.
That's why we pull them to discussion, with a note explaining why they were pulled and what they need to go back. They're not truly lost, just waiting for someone with knowledge of the series to fix them.
O_o holy crap that is a lot of wicks.
Well what if we break the work into chunks? Would make it easier to handle overall.
Well here is the list. TheArcher Related to
So how should we go about this? We need a name to change the wicks to.
edited 22nd Sep '12 9:04:24 AM by TuefelHundenIV
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Alternative Titles: The Archer
24th Jul '12 5:17:19 AM
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.