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This page is taking redirections from a page "Angren".

Angren is the name of a province in Uzbekistan and it is linked to in the Uzbekistan page Uzbekistan.

The redirection of "Angren" to "Isen" should be removed and a separate page established for Angren as it is does not make sense for a real place name to link to a fictional reference. --DMC-ee 05:24, 4 July 2006 (UTC)

We can't link to pages that do not exist. I agree that an actual place should take precedence over an uncommon alternate translation of a fictional one... but the fictional name takes precedence over nothing by default. Someone needs to create an 'Angren' article for the province and then this page could just be a 'hatnote' on that article. --CBD 11:26, 4 July 2006 (UTC)

Placed Notability TagEdit

Not the subject of multiple independant secondary sources as required by WP:NN and does not have any real world content as clarified by WP:FICT [[Guest9999 22:24, 18 August 2007 (UTC)]]

Though I see on this editor's page that some people believe he is too hard on Middle Earth articles, I do agree that this notability tag is justified. Any comments from others? EdJohnston 22:39, 18 August 2007 (UTC)
I agree it needs merging. Would it not be easier to tag articles for merging, rather than stick large "notability" tags on them. I will go into more detail at the Guest9999's talk page. Carcharoth 23:19, 18 August 2007 (UTC)
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