This is just one of many articles that does not state in which game the article's subject appears. It just takes a couple of words at the beginning of an article to include this extremely crucial piece of information, which is often critical for the reader in determining if the article is the one he/she was looking for.
I'd just like to point out that the leader of the Piratians is never referred to as Captain in the English version of the game. The only time his name is stated, it is spelled Cap'n. However, the only people who say his name are the Piratians, who have that accent... — Hylian King [*] 18:36, 8 October 2010 (EDT)
- But the Cap'n is always capitalized meaning it's a proper name. So we can either have it as that, or we can factor in their accent and have it stay as Captain.User:Matt/sig 22:46, October 8, 2010 (UTC)
- I think the title of "Captain" is fine, as long as we note in the intro that he is referred to as "Cap'n" in-game. I don't think anyone will gripe about that. User:Cipriano 119/sig 19:01, 8 October 2010 (EDT)
Oracle Of Seasons Info
The current information about the Captain in Oracle Of Seasons is a little off. It describes that the Captain himself is looking for his bell, when actually he has sent off one of his Piratian crew to find it. I believe the some of the crew he mentions would be the one standing at the entrance of the Samasa Desert, and the one in the dessert. "Useless fools! Can't someone find me bell? Aye? You..? Ar, har, har! Don't be silly! You ain't an experienced adventurer yet! If you 'aven't at least proven your adventurin' skills by seein' the inside o'some ruins, I've no use for you!|Captain"
I can give more reference material if needed. I am not a writer, so I'm seeing is someone else would be interested in making the change. Pixel 13:40, November 21 (ADT)