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[[User:Legolas|Legolas]] raised a valid point, if I may say so, by wondering whether this article "really need[s] so many links". Is one link not enough when someone or something is mentioned the first time? --[[User:Earendilyon|Earendilyon]] 14:44, 31 March 2007 (EDT)
 
[[User:Legolas|Legolas]] raised a valid point, if I may say so, by wondering whether this article "really need[s] so many links". Is one link not enough when someone or something is mentioned the first time? --[[User:Earendilyon|Earendilyon]] 14:44, 31 March 2007 (EDT)
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:In all the other articles I would agree, but the reason in those articles I only link the first mention is due to the visitor most likely reading from top to bottom. I guess I just think if I was reading a timeline I'm going to be looking for a specific year, so if I jump down to a specific year, I want to be able to click a link to continue, not have to scroll up looking for the first mention. But it's up to you guys, the article is pretty link-filled. --[[User:Hyarion|Hyarion]] 14:49, 31 March 2007 (EDT)

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Legolas raised a valid point, if I may say so, by wondering whether this article "really need[s] so many links". Is one link not enough when someone or something is mentioned the first time? --Earendilyon 14:44, 31 March 2007 (EDT)

In all the other articles I would agree, but the reason in those articles I only link the first mention is due to the visitor most likely reading from top to bottom. I guess I just think if I was reading a timeline I'm going to be looking for a specific year, so if I jump down to a specific year, I want to be able to click a link to continue, not have to scroll up looking for the first mention. But it's up to you guys, the article is pretty link-filled. --Hyarion 14:49, 31 March 2007 (EDT)