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The last time I raised this question - well, noone voted on it. So I'll ask again: Should we use the existing "Creatures" Category? Or should we move it to "Bestiary"?
I feel that this would be better, as it is more "formal" to use that.
(For example, Herbane's books are called Herbane's Bestiary, not Herbane's Creatures)
I believe that we should rename it to "Enemies" so that hostile characters/humanoids can also be included in this category (for example: Pyromancer Timeoin•Say G'Day•View my work 07:41, February 24, 2012 (UTC)
Support — Enemies makes much more sense to my mind, although for the creatures that are not enemies, Fox, would we still keep creatures or use bestiary? Neguy71inok (talk) 00:50, February 29, 2012 (UTC)
Neutral — We should have seperate category for both enemies and bestiary.
"Creatures" to describe Bandits and Nercomancers is both confusing and silly. Bandits currently has Skyrim: Enemies and Skyrim: Creatures. This needs to change. I also prefer "Enemies" to describe hostiles - this would include Dwemer machines, dragons and hostile animals.
Comment — Personally, I like "Enemies" the best. What about those hostile NPCs? Right now, we're calling them "creatures", which isn't exactly accurate. I don't think "creatures" is much more accurate, honestly. --— Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 07:35, February 24, 2012 (UTC)
Comment — I'm not sure how to vote on this, because not all creatures are enemies, and necromancers, bandits, rogue mages, etc.. are definitly not creatures. I do feel that "Enemies" would be a good category for both, if the creature or humanoid is an enemy. TombRaiser (talk) 23:20, February 24, 2012 (UTC)