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Russian fan translationEdit
- Thanks for your quick reply! Could you also please tell me where this Brazilian Portuguese fan translation is? It would definitely be worthwhile citing where both it and the Russian translations are, as well as making it obvious on pages that they are unofficial (i.e., in a similar manner to my edits to your notes on Russian names. - Strabo412 (talk) 11:46, February 6, 2019 (UTC)
Reasoning for your logic on the names Edit
So? You saying that using fan translation is more accurate than having a native speaker who is able to translate it well to English when it can be a mistranslation. In addition to that, this wikia has a guideline regarding names: https://aceattorney.fandom.com/wiki/Ace_Attorney_Wiki:Manual_of_style#Name_origins
Which I will quote:
"Character articles have name sections, which are meant to describe the origins and meanings behind the names of each character in every language. These sections should be written in bullet-point form, and should generally explain either the etymology of a name, or a reason a name was chosen.
Many names in the series are based on puns. As such, while the ideal would be for every name to have an official explanation as to its origin, most names' meanings are implied to be obvious enough not to be worth confirming explicitly. In fact, very few names are officially explained. This inevitably introduces subjectivity and speculation to these sections, because even a pun as obvious as "Redd White, CEO of Bluecorp" is not technically confirmed to be a pun on colors. Additionally, name sections tend not to be heavily policed, so there may be double standards as to what is deemed worthy to include. Ultimately, speculative information on name origins should be kept to a minimum, focusing on explaining etymologies and "obvious" puns. As mentioned in the above section on speculation, the Texas sharpshooter fallacy should be kept in mind here." Yamato98 (talk) 23:02, April 19, 2019 (UTC)