Duplicate Trope: Hollywood Sailing get usage counts

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First, this trope appears to be a Sister Trope of Artistic License Ships Done Badly. From here: "Sister trope to Artistic License - Ships, which is about modern naval ships." Yet the page it's referring to has no limits on the historical periods it can use examples from. Second, if that doesn't happen, it still needs work. You have to know your stuff to find examples, and this trope is limited to 2-3 types of sailing ships (or is it Hollywood's fault? If so, a big example of this)

edited 6th Jul '12 3:09:00 PM by spacemarine50

Sure, merge / cut. It's just a list of random errors anyway. And often, not even that - half the examples are aversions or no-context.
(Crowner attached!)
Do we have consensus?
5 jkbeta25th Jul 2012 06:46:34 AM from right behind you , Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Crowner seemingly stable at a majority of 11:0 - I'd think so.
6 ccoa27th Jul 2012 10:37:09 AM from the Sleeping Giant
With Mod Hat On
Calling crowner. Merge with Artistic License Ships.
Waiting on a TRS slot? Finishing off one of these cleaning efforts will usually open one up.
How do we do the merge? Also, transfer any good examples from here to Artistic License Ships, if any of them are worth keeping.

edited 27th Jul '12 12:50:06 PM by spacemarine50

Replace the contents of Hollywood Sailing with "[[redirect:Artistic License Ships]]"
9 SeptimusHeap26th Oct 2012 11:16:49 AM from Zurich, Switzerland , Relationship Status: Mu
Finished the job here.
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Page Action: Hollywood Sailing
11th Jul '12 12:50:41 PM
What would be the best way to fix the page?
At issue:
Hollywood Sailing has only 11 examples, several of which are aversions or zero-context. It distinguishes itself from Artistic License Ships by claiming wrongly that the latter page is only about modern naval vessels.

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