I'd like to see it listed when it is scrawled on a door.
Also you could use this page as the Chapter Icon page for this image unless you wanted to keep it separate, in which case we could just add a link to [[Dragon's Fang Icon]] or whatever.
--Kerna 15:57, 7 September 2010 (UTC)
I'm still not sure the best way to organise the icons - whether each should get its own page, with which chapters is used, the meaning if known and the relevance to each chapter, if known, or just one icons page with subheadings --Toral, Department Director and subsupreme overlord 16:44, 7 September 2010 (UTC)
Why not both? Similar to the point of view which is one list by chapter and one by character. --Kerna 16:55, 7 September 2010 (UTC)
That can work I think. The list can have a fairly brief description, and the page a much more detailed. e.g
Flame of Tar Valon
- Main article: Flame of Tar Valon
The Flame icon represents Aes Sedai. It is used: Chapter X,Y,Z
whereas the page would say It is used in chapter X for Moiraine, chapter Y where it is for Elaida and chapter Z seems to be for the presence of Aes Sedai in the White Tower rather than any individual Aes Sedai
The icons are set up as templates, so they can be changed. I have them for the first book. When I get the annotations typed up, I intend to go through the original summaries and add the icons and new formatting to them, plus some more limited noted (characters, mysteries (but not the solution or when we learn the truth), mysteries resolved etc. some plots, but for some such as Padan Fain in Baerlon, that can be character development, but it probably counts as a spoiler to say that is part of the Padan Fain subplot Which reminds me, I want a subplot page, and how they stand before ToM comes out. I think I can get that up fairly easily
--Toral, Department Director and subsupreme overlord 19:58, 7 September 2010 (UTC)