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I think this page is probably somewhat defunct as there is already a list on the Ork page and each clan has a box at the bottom, so need this exist?--Jonru 00:18, 1 June 2007 (CEST)

Urk, funny, I was going to point out the same thing. Shall we vote on whether to //expand this page and remove redundant info from elsewhere OR delete this page// ? --Madness 00:51, 27 April 2008 (CEST)
There's enough stuff - for example in the old Ork books - to enlarge this article - without removing information (see the german article - and it's not finished yet...).--Genestealer 17:20, 27 April 2008 (CEST)
There sure is information about each and every single clan, but as of now there isn't much info about the generic clan entity that isn't shown in the Ork page, basically what's in Ork Clanz is little info, and redundant, either we remove the redundancy on the Ork page side and link here, or we remove this page. These are my 2 cents. --Madness 20:55, 27 April 2008 (CEST)
Informations about the origin of the clans, the structure of a clan and the relationships between, the importance of the clans in ork society, clanless orks, splinter clans and their origin (remains from older clans or isolated groups that originally belong to another clan) and so on. If someone who wants those informations when browsing the Lex, he/she find this infos better in this article (and this article isn't short because the infos are somerwhere else - they don't exist here! - by now). Of course, that stuff may be included in the Ork page, but I suppose you wanted to split the Space Wolves article because it's too long... .--Genestealer 23:55, 27 April 2008 (CEST)
Don't get me wrong, I push people to see where they can get to, and you really amazed me, let this page live and thrive, your analysis was impeccable and I urge you to do more stuff like that in the (possibly near) future. :) --Madness 00:56, 28 April 2008 (CEST)
What an infamous way to push ;). I'll do what I can, but like you Im not a native speaker (but I know "hair-splitting", as it's the same as "Haarspalterei" in German :)), so it's more difficult to transform the english sources in non-written-off sentences. Where're the Ork fanatics when you need them...--Genestealer 01:34, 28 April 2008 (CEST)