^^Sorry, I thought that might be confusing. I linked to Our Monsters Are Different
to make the point that there are 30 tropes currently using this naming scheme, which covers most named mythological monsters on this wiki.
I could see the argument for keeping Our Sirens Are Louder
in it's snowclone family, since they can look very different from each other. However, the narrative use of the Siren (their enthralling voice) remains consistent in every example. I think the ways in which they differ, in this case, is of less relevance.
Our Vampires Are Different
works because traditional vampires haves their own page, and both are common enough to warrant separate pages. A lot of the creatures under Our Monsters Are Different
don't have a page for the traditional version. Like Sirens, they are often represented very different in each work, but their use
in a story remains consistent.
Not sure if any of those points are vaild, by the way. It's late at night for me as well. :)
edited 17th Oct '10 1:54:14 AM by Rhatahema