Is there any reason whatsoever to believe that "The Deacons" are an actual part of the story??
I mean, on the video "Still At Daniel's" the Deacons posted:
Bree. You are learning your lessons with the rock and the fire. Some people do not survive such training. The hottest fire can consume the largest stone. The biggest ocean can swallow the hottest fire. The strongest breeze can make the ocean into really big waves that smash the ground into sand chunks of magic and jelly beans. Are you fire? Are you stone? Are you jelly beans?
Anyone can post anything under any name. We are really making the LGPedia a repository for a lot of useless information by including content like this.--JayHenry 19:48, 12 November 2006 (PST)
- I think its too early to tell what is going on with The Deacons posts. Some of them are very smart and imply some knowledge of the Egyptian back story. Given that the The Creators also post in the comments it would not be possible that The Deacons would also post. I think the best thing we can do is collect the evidence and see how things develop. A warning at the top of the page might be the appropriate way to go in my opinion but I would prefer to retain all the content until we know more.--modelmotion 20:14, 12 November 2006 (PST)
- I think it is very unlikely at this point that "The Deacons" are canon, due to the sloppiness of their latest posts. I'm going to remove the headings on this page and simply move the posting stuff to a new page called The Deacons (commenter) (with more comments at the top of the page to redirect people, of course.) --Brucker 10:21, 17 November 2006 (PST)
I am not sure if The Deacons are canon, but they are certainly unofficial, so I was actually thinking of doing the same thing tonight......but you are one step ahead of me. Nice work; I think thats as good a solution.--modelmotion 16:33, 17 November 2006 (PST)