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The Generation IV listings seems to be missing the Secret Base decorations, such as tables, cushions, and various other items. Would someone who has a comprehensive list of these things be willing to contribute to the page? Thanks! Kisaoda 13:28, 14 January 2009 (EST)
The user above makes a good point, IMO. Those pages are—or should be—useless. The problem is, right now, this page isn't great either. Right now, this page is kind of just "look at the pretty pictures of all the decorations", with little (or somewhat unclear) information on how to actually obtain everything. Instead, for some unfathomable reason, that's mostly spread out over pages for all the different types of decorations. That's not at all a smart way to do things; the information about where to obtain all the decorations (for a given generation, at least) should really all be together in one place.
So that's what I've currently done with User:Tiddlywinks/Decoration/Generation II and User:Tiddlywinks/Decoration/Generation III. Generation IV and Generation V basically already have a single point of aggregation (as evidenced by the "main" template links to Goods and Décor in those sections), so those'll probably be alright. I just need to make a page for Gen VI, then.
My thoughts are, either the pages I've made should be mainspaced directly (names are negotiable; "Decoration (Generation II)" and such are very possible), or those contents should be pasted into here. (And with Goods, Décor, and Pokémon-Amie decorations already on their own dedicated pages, I think it'd kind of make the most sense for other decoration sets to have their own pages.) If the pages are mainspaced to stand on their own, then I think this page should really be cut down to mostly just be a gallery of all the decorations (though I'm honestly not much for this option), or we cut out all the decoration pictures and focus on just directing readers to the right aggregate page, at most limiting text to a simple overview of the decoration "system"/mechanics/whatever for each generation.