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How to add sources

It is compulsory to add official sources for ANY change or addition of information!

The new text has to be marked with a footnote.


new text{{C|1}}

This footnote is then referenced under "Sources" at the end of the article:



*{{C|1}}: [[Codex XY]], p. xx

Please note that it is absolutely compulsory to include pagenumbers (in the case of novels chapter numbers)!

If you are referencing different pages/ chapters from the same source the source itself is marked with a number, the individual pages or chapters by letters:


new text{{C|1: p. xy}} ... new text{{C|1: p. yz}}

*{{C|1}}: [[Codex XY]]:

In the case of novels, no pagenumbers should be given (they vary between translations and print runs). In this case chapternumbers are compulsory.


new text{{C|1: ch. xy}} ... new text{{C|1: ch. yz}}

*{{C|1}}: [[XY (Novel)]]:

Please first test this function in the Lexicanum:Immaterium.

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Blood Angel's Locations

I noticed that on the Tapestries of Riga page which you added recently, you sourced the addition as the Blood Angels Omnibus, containg the first two books Deus Encarmine and Sanguinuis (?). I thought that all the locations were revealed in Red Fury, during the Blood Angels conference on Baal? Also, wouldn't these pages all benefit from being combined into one, as there does not seem to be enough information to warrant each having its own individual page.--Ytokes 10:53, 2 September 2011 (CEST)

Common misconception, but we do not have a policy of what warrants its own article or not (even a backwater third grade fruitvendor who is killed off on the first page of a book should have his own article). I would suggest making an overview article that lists the locations with short descriptions. The individual pages then can go into all possible details and explanations. --Inquisitor S., Großmeister des Ordo Lexicanum 10:57, 2 September 2011 (CEST)

Avenging Sons Chapter

The Avenging Sons Chapter seems to be different from the Avenging Sons that already exist. In Dark Imperium they are said to be a brand new Primaris Space Marine-only Chapter created from the Ultima founding. Im not sure if this is a canon conflict or not but I believe the two Chapters are distinct. --Urcus47 (talk) 15:34, 16 August 2017 (MDT)

Lesser High Lords

I'm wondering if you could give me the source of where you got those names for the lesser high lords you added to the High Lords of Terra article. I wish to expand on it if possible.--Harriticus (talk) 22:37, 9 December 2017 (MST)

  • The Lord Constable and the Mistress Plenary are mentioned in the first chapter of Watchers of the Throne: The Emperor's Legion, while the Commandant is introduced in Echoes of the Long War chapter six. Will cite those on the page. -- SFH (talk) 08:26, 10 December 2017 (MST)

Boreas (Imperial Fists)/ First Black Crusade

While it is logical that correction of grammar, spelling and formatting do not require citations (although in some cases it can and should be done) any change of actual content must be cited correctly. Please correct that (and apply it in the future), thank you. --Inquisitor S., Großmeister des Ordo Lexicanum (talk) 06:47, 17 April 2020 (UTC)