I did a bit of clean-up too - searched the wiki and changed the various spellings and capitalization problems for Formless Spawn to ensure it is its own single, consistent entry. It's a "red" un-created page which I'll create shortly. The inconsistencies I noticed was that pages had "red" links for "Formless Spawn", "Formless spawn", "Formless Spawn of Tsathoggua", "Tsathoggua's Formless Spawn", "Cthulhu's Formless Spawn", etc.
Unfortunately, naming conventions will always be the bane in a Wiki such as this. Even the books themselves have different names for the same thing. For instance, in the Keeper's Companion, there's a tome called "Azathoth and Other Horrors" (which is the name Lovecraft himself used). However, in the 7e rulebook, this same tome is called "Azathoth and Others". I'm no Wiki expert, but my personal approach is to create redirect pages, because even though you can correct the existing pages, the next person who comes along might use a different name than the "standard one" for a new link, so having redirects is kind of like a "catch-all".
Cool work on the Tomes, Danial. Should I assume that any Tome mentioned in an official scenario should be created as an individual entry? In Mansions of Madness, there are some that are better known, but others that are specifically tied to that scenario. My impulse is...if it has Mythos stats or Spells, it should be added to the wiki (after all, who knows where these books and journals will end up after the scenario ends?).
If there's a write-up on it, sure, add it in. I added "The Book of Dagon" from Escape from Innmouth because it had a small description, but if a tome is simply mentioned by name, there's no real point because there would be nothing on the page
As a side-note, I left out all the RPG elements from the tomes I added (things such as sanity cost and time to read). I don't know if this is "the done thing", but I just felt that the pages should be more about the item themselves than the "game system".
Edited by Danial, 14 September 2015 - 11:57 PM.