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RAraya from Santiago, Chile
Aug 16th 2018 at 2:45:43 PM

After seeing all the discussion from the 2010s clean-up thread, I decided to start this conversation in order to improve the other \"decades\" pages.

For instance, while most of these don\'t have the NRLEP/ROCEJ issues the 2010s page has, they do need more insight, especially for those before The Sixties.

alnair20aug93 The Taste of Inktober from Furrypines Relationship Status: Chocolate!
The Taste of Inktober
Aug 17th 2018 at 1:33:22 PM

One thing I can say about The Edwardian Era is that the description is a Wall of Text, especially on the fifth and the last paragraph. I say, trim it down and leave the very important parts.

That's all there is. There isn't anymore. YOWZA!!!
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The Taste of Inktober
Nov 6th 2018 at 7:09:59 AM

After rectroactively seeing the last paragraph from The '60s, this needs a boost, so Bump.

Edited by alnair20aug93 on Nov 6th 2018 at 11:10:48 PM

That's all there is. There isn't anymore. YOWZA!!!
naturalironist from The Information Superhighway Relationship Status: TV Tropes ruined my love life
Mar 28th 2019 at 5:15:28 PM

[up] I think that page is basically fine, although it is a little Not Thriving in terms of examples and work-related wicks. Perhaps the description could be trimmed.


The '80s has a Darker and Edgier example that's all about real life events then, and contradicts a Lighter and Softer example that's actually about media of the time. Can I remove this example?

"It's just a show; I should really just relax"
Mar 28th 2019 at 8:40:14 PM

[up] - Maybe standardize the marker where the examples start?

'Cause "Works set in this time period" sounds like it fits the "Decades" sections more...

But also more like a Useful Notes page, unlike normal trope pages just saying "Examples".

Help with possible disambig and redirect issues!
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