I don't think these categories go into the bestiary. Articles will end up in the tree twice, once under one of these categories and once under a species category. There's not any other applicable category to put them under that I can see, so that leaves us with making a new one. Creatures, mobs, <something> by profession, whatever. --Fyren 18:55, 1 Oct 2005 (EST)

I propose something different. I propose an overview page, Tetris style. I propose the main page has a link to Monsters. Now the page Monsters looks like this:

There are may types of creatures in Tyira, big and small, tiny and tall. From Willa the Unpleasant to Kilroy Stonekin! From the mighty Glint to tiny Aloe Seeds! Everything can be found here!

For a taxonomical listing of all creatures by species, see: Category:Bestiary

For a listing of boss monsters (see if that brute has any useful skills for capture), see Category:Bosses

For a list of creaturess by profession, click on the profession you wish to browse below:

What do you all think? --Karlos 21:06, 1 Oct 2005 (EST)

I think that these belong in a category named Creatures, especially when considering the implications given by reading their descriptions. This is the normal/intended way to use categories. Bestiary provides some different functionality, and in its current state is a warped use of wiki categories -- the proper way is to have a Category:Species and a Category:Creatures. Karlos' suggested page is great but should ride on top of a correct structure. --Rezyk 03:23, 4 Oct 2005 (EST)

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