Since no one else has contributed to the discusion, from now on, all editors please use American (Western) Spelling for pages. Anything using European (Eastern) will be changed. If anyone opposes this, the rule is still up for discussion. Thank youLeon35 21:39, April 13, 2011 (UTC)

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Greetings to all Zoiders! Forgive me for being away for so long!

A topic came up a while back on Eastern Vs Western Grammer/Spelling usage here on the wiki. To be brief, we must decide on a unified system as to remain consistant with our information. originaly, i was going to let this go to a vote, but being that certain people alre from certain places that would affect the results. therefore, i am open to any and all suggestions on how to handel this.


Leon35 04:05, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

Well, maybe we should use just the American spelling. Though I prefer the European spelling, I do agree that the English versions of the anime came out in the U.S. first, and so everything that is in English should use the American spelling. And also, most people here on the Wiki use the American spelling - especially the admins. Remember that on your talk page, Leon, I mentioned that most admins will reverse my edits whenever I use the European spelling.

But then comes the strange part: how did the original articles that came from Wikipedia come to have the European spelling when the English versions of the anime had already been released in the U.S.? And the Zoids franchise had already become popular in the U.S. by then. Does Japan use the English language in the European form or something? - BladeLigerLeong 04:31, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

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