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This page is a quick reference to the grammatical structures and many special links needed for Orpheus. If you are unsure as to how to list a link for something or if it is capitalized or not, you can check on this page.
Non-capitalized Words and Phrases: Edit
These are uncapitalized with rare exceptions.
Capitalized Words and Phrases: Edit
- Haunt (as applies to the Background)
- Maelstrom (as well as Great Maelstrom)
- Necropolis (and the plural Necropoli)
- Project Flatline
- Radio Free Death
- Sea of Souls (and other named locations)
- Spectre (and the various types, such as Lost Boy, Lawgiver, etc.)
The names of all Horrors are also capitalized (Wail, Unearthly Repose, etc.)
Non-standard Plurals Edit
Because of the wiki’s policy of using singular forms except when referring to a specific group, the following things should be referred to in their singular form when linked:
- Flatliners is the name of a gang, and therefore referred to in the plural.
Special Links Edit
Because these terms are shared between lines (such as Exalted) or are terms that appear in more that one line (such as Malfean), the following must have abbreviations after them for them to link back to their articles properly.
Classic World of Darkness (cWOD)Edit
- Doppelganger (Orpheus)
- Haunter (Orpheus)
- Phantasm (Orpheus)
- Reaper (Orpheus)
- Shade (Orpheus)
- Vitality (Orpheus)
Other Altered LinksEdit
- Malfean (WTO) is used as it is essentially the same thing in Wraith
- Relic (WTO) is used as it is essentially the same thing in Wraith.
- Spectre (WTO) is used rather than Spectre (Orpheus) as many types are shared between the two.
Note that some Spectre-types are shared between Wraith and Orpheus without changes (such as Nephwracks) and therefore are not differentiated. The same goes for any terms shared by the games that mean the exact same thing (such as Labyrinth).