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When the game name is in the tag, it will be automatically added to the title of the post in people's browsers, and it is clear from the tag what game you are asking about. Therefore, it is a valid edit to remove it from the title. When you are having a disagreement about the content of a post, rolling back or repeatedly making edits is the wrong answer. ...


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To keep titles on the site concise, a practice that we've adopted is to remove game names from the question if they are already tagged with that game name. This way, you can derive the type of content of the question's body from the title, and the game that it refers to from the tags that the question is associated with. Furthermore, the most-used tag ...


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RULE OF THUMB: if the only way you can think of to remove spoilers from a question title is by removing all of the nouns, it's not a good question title, and you should probably leave the 'spoiler.'


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Okay, so there's a few things on here, and I'll address them reach separately. Spoilers in Titles We have a meta here discussing spoilers in titles, and I think the answer by LessPop sums our policy up best: There's no specific policy. Use common sense and good judgement, and don't tie your question into knots or leave it meaninglessly vague to avoid a ...


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There are two questions here: What to do when there's a "rollback-war" or "edit-war" on a post? And the answer is to flag for moderator attention, do not just rollback the edits again and again. What to do when someone edits out the game name from my title? And the answer is to do nothing, that user is in the right, we usually prefer questions without game ...


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