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The description for the tag mentions that this is for a specific game named Fire Emblem : The Blazing Blade in the Fire Emblem game series. The tag name is misleading because it could be confused with the name of the series itself. Therefore please rename it to .

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    What's the reason for creating a tag synonym, as opposed to just editing the question to have the tag specific to that game, and editing the fire-emblem tag wiki? Aug 10 at 2:45
  • Well then we have to create a new tag for fire-emblem-blazing-blade. Whatever seems easier for the mods. I am not requesting it to be a synonym, instead I am requesting it to be renamed.
    – Sandun
    Aug 10 at 3:36
  • It's not about what's easier, it's about what has a better outcome. And for the record, creating a tag requires 300 rep, while creating a tag synonym requires 2500 rep and agreement from 3 or 4 other users who also have 2500 rep (or moderator action). And I think a tag rename without creating a synonym can only be done by a mod. Aug 10 at 3:42
  • What do you mean by better outcome?
    – Sandun
    Aug 10 at 3:46
  • A tag synonym leaves the original in place as a kind of signpost so that you can use it when tagging a question, and it automatically gets mapped to the other one. This is useful when there are multiple common names for the same thing (e.g. [star-wars-the-old-republic] and [swtor]). But it has the potential to be confusing when the original is the name for the whole series, because people might use it when they mean the series as a whole or any other game in the series. A tag rename isn't a separate thing, it's just creating a synonym for an existing widely-used tag. Aug 10 at 3:57
  • It is possible to avoid leaving that signpost by creating the synonym to retag all existing questions, and then deleting the synonym, but then it's essentially just a mass retag. Doing a mass retag of one question is excessive and unnecessary. Aug 10 at 3:58

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