Sentence about chronologyEdit
Just to explain, that sentence that you removed was actually correct. Myst IV was the fifth game released (Uru was the 4th) and is the seventh chronologically (the order goes Ti'ana, Atrus, Myst, Riven, D'ni, Myst III, Myst IV, Uru, Myst V). Just to let you know. Jns4eva (talk) 03:22, May 1, 2013 (UTC)
- I wondering what it was going for. But it said " It was the fifth game released and the sixth chronologically in the series." Which was what confused me, as it said six.
- And Uru is not really supposed to be considered in the same series technically, I think.
- And it is not at all obvious that you are including books in your count, the wording implies that it is the seventh game.
- Instead of talking about the Myst Series, you could use the word "franchise" or "universe". And as the timeline is not all that confusing you might just be able to leave out its chronology. Maybe a simple 'it takes place 10 years after Myst III: Exile' would do, but I am just saying that because I cannot come up with a simple rewording that does not imply 7th game. Wisnoskij (talk) 03:37, May 1, 2013 (UTC)
- True, I should be more specific about it (sorry the six was a typo, I meant seventh. As far as Uru goes, I'm aware that it is a spinoff, but at the same time, it concerns itself with Yeesha and her journeys into D'ni culture (as well as solving a few Riven conundrums), which I feel should be considered part of the series, but I could be wrong. Thanks for your input (sometimes I just need a second pair of eyes), I'll revert it back (you're right, coming up with a simple way to explain it is not worth the effort when we have a comprehensive timeline article). Jns4eva (talk) 03:43, May 1, 2013 (UTC)