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I'm currently trying to figure out how to best structure all the D&D games. This is currently the series: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Series:Dungeons_%26_Dragons

Some questions / suggestions:

  • should Neverwinter (2013) be grouped with the Neverwinter Nights series (the 1991 game, the 2002 game + EE, and NWN 2) and then the series simply be called "Neverwinter"? That's how we seem to have done it ( https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Series:Baldur's_Gate ) with the Baldur's Gate games, with Dark Alliance only being tied to the other BG games by being set in/around the same city, but totally different gameplay, but currently it counts as one series in the wiki. Alternatively, we should split the BG series into "Baldur's Gate" and "Dark Alliance" (which can include both BG:DA games as well as the new Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance ).
  • the Gold Box games currently are under a sub-series, which is correct. However, that sub-series is itself weirdly structured, with Pool of Radiance getting its own sub-sub-series, while the Krynn games don't. And the problem with that Pool of Radiance sub-sub-series is that it also includes Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor, which is not part of Gold Box.
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