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Please make this game in ps3 that would be amazing!


70.120.238.203 17:05, January 11, 2012 (UTC)


rule of rose = psycho broken-hearted lesbians. 177.182.56.34 06:00, February 20, 2013 (UTC)

Considering there is a non-official novelization of RoR actually being sold, wouldn't it be more responsible to dedicate a paragraph about it in the game's page rather than a trivia entry?Y-project (talk) 18:37, July 1, 2019 (UTC)

Sold or not, it's unofficial. Literally anyone can sell fan content, or we'd have to list all the Rule of Rose doujinshi. —AlexShepherd 04:09, July 3, 2019 (UTC)

I have a couple of RoR doujinshis myself and they at least have a 'fanbook' mention written on it. This book doesn't.Y-project (talk) 18:26, July 4, 2019 (UTC)

It doesn't matter, like I said, still unofficial. Plus content should have sufficient information enough to deserve its own section. A small paragraph isn't enough, and is better suited for Trivia. Don't think of it as "lesser" just because it's in Trivia. Also, the majority of the visitors on this wiki don't speak Spanish, so it's cruel to get their hopes up. You're lucky that I'm lax, since a lot of other wikis would outright delete anything unofficial, deeming a fan novelization as "fan fiction", but I'm willing to let it stay if it meets notability. If you want it to haves its own section, you should go more in-depth, like talk about how the author decided to portray the characters, details about the backstories, etc. That's the only way it would deserve its own section. —AlexShepherd 20:16, July 5, 2019 (UTC)
I don't really get how non canon content would get people's hopes up, but fine. I can dig your philosophy about making an in-depth analysis but I won't do it. I was just concerned people could consider this book as official while it's not. Now maybe I'm a bit zealous about it but at least I have a clean conscience.Y-project (talk) 21:45, July 5, 2019 (UTC)
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