The point is just that the page goes away. Cut, redirect, whatever, it's not a trope.
We're not going to be able to cut it, apparently, so it's just a matter of where we want to send those inbounds.
But that's the thing: we have no idea
where to send those inbounds. There isn't really an appropriate place to send them that's close enough to the existing page. We're going to end up needing a crowner that's not really that different from what we might have started with.
This is why I hate crowners as a way to decide things. It's entirely possible that the best outcome would have been to fix this up into a proper trope, but the fact that the idea
of redirecting has been approved is now going to be seen as shutting out
the idea of fixing it, even though the crowner didn't actually explain the issue and thus might have invited some lazy votes from people who didn't actually understand what they were voting for, and those that did may have felt they were only voting to do some