Talk:Golden Sun series
 Question Before I edit
I didn't want to make such a startling edit the the page before I asked what the concurrent opinion is, but I see no need for 'Main Series' to be a category at all. The only reason it seems to be noted is that the games are what is accepted as canon. We could note that ANYWHERE else. Having a full category devoted JUST to saying that seems pointless and really mucks up the page. I think it should be removed in favor of listing the games as canon in their own introduction sections (which already exist) and simply separating the list into 'Games' and 'Other', which it already essentially is, other than this erroneous category. Tz0n3 12:52, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
 It seems that I should put this on this page.
The left column that has all the search box and game series and community for some reason still doesn't show Golden Sun DS in the list. Why is this? Should it have done it already?
P.S. Where did "Broken Seal" come from? I never heard that before.Zabbeth 18:08, 17 June 2009 (UTC)
- I really don't know how that is supposed to be updated, or even if it's some internal thing some high-ranking admin is supposed to perform to cause GSDS to be added to the GBA games in that particular sub-list that appears.
- BTW It seems you're viewing the site using the skin that unregistered anons typically have (I use a skin that makes GSU look exactly like Wikipedia, which is a lot different and doesn't even show that list).
- The two GBA Golden Suns both have subtitles in their Japanese versions' titles; the first game's Japanese title, Ougon no Taiyou: Hirakareshi Fūin, means "Golden Sun: The Broken Seal". The second game's Japanese title,Ougon no Taiyou: Ushinawareshi Toki, means "Golden Sun: The Lost Age". When the games were made into English, they simply dropped the first game's subtitle, but kept the second game's subtitle as is. Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 19:00, 17 June 2009 (UTC)
Think Draco does it? If so I'll post on her talk page. As for the skin, I kind of like it. I tried the wikipedia looking one and it was kind of bland.Zabbeth 19:08, 17 June 2009 (UTC)