Talk:Miss Dream

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the official name for this character is "Nazo no Shoujo" not Miss Dream. Tsumaranai 22:46, 15 March 2012 (MST)

During the song she says she's "Miss Dream" (わたしは Miss Dream). Therefore, I think Miss Dream is just as much an official name than Nazo no Shoujo. --Sailorsimon 00:44, 16 March 2012 (MST)
She's credited as Nazo no Shoujo not Miss Dream. It should be the name she is credited as not what she says in the musical. Just like Count Dracul rather than Bloody Dracul or Bloody Dracul Vampir rather than Bloody Vampir DraculTsumaranai 19:42, 16 March 2012 (MST)
Apples and oranges. "Nazo no Shoujo" is "Miss Dream" though it should definitely be clarified in the article. Kerochan no Miko 19:52, 16 March 2012 (MST)
Its not. In the musicals Bloody Dracul Vampir and Count Dracul also say "Watashi wa Bloody Dracul" and "Watashi wa Bloody Vampir Dracul". And their article names are the names they are credited with. In both musicals she's credited as the "Nazo no Shoujo" not Miss Dream. This is the name taken from the official source and besides this article should be combined with Hotaru Tomoe, because Miss Dream is just a stage name, they're the same person. Tsumaranai 21:22, 16 March 2012 (MST)
No, they shouldn't be combined, for the same reason that Dark Mercury and Sailor Mercury have two different articles, the same reason why Princess Sailor Moon and Sailor Moon have two articles, and so on and so forth. That's not how this wiki works. And yes, she does call herself "Miss Dream" and that's actually a name unlike "Mysterious Girl." So no, this article title won't change, either. Kerochan no Miko 22:33, 16 March 2012 (MST)
For this I really have to agree with Kerochan no Miko, "mysterious girl" is more an attribute of this character here rather than her name. I was surprised myself when I first saw that article's name, but if she gave an actual name, which she did, it is indeed much more logical to go with that. As I have seen so far, the only article titles with terms like "Mysterious this" or Mysterious that" are the ones in which we have absolutely no other names to work with. And I believe we have an article for this character simply because there is enough information in it to justify its existence. However, it should definitely be mentioned in the article that she was credited as the mysterious girl and there should also be a redirect for "Nazo no Shoujo" and/or "Mysterious Girl".
Speaking of which, should Miss Dream's name be added to the common guide for character names? I haven't seen her there. --Sailorsimon 00:05, 17 March 2012 (MST)
Apples and oranges. Dark Mercury and Princess Sailor Moon are forms with radically different personalities. Shoujo no Nazo/Miss Dream is still Hotaru just hypnotized to work for the Dead Moon Circus. And you've only assuming Nazo no Shoujo is a description because you've translated it as Mysterious Girl when it can also be "Girl of Mystery". Miss Dream isn't her 'actual' name, its just a title she gave to herself. No one calls her Miss Dream except herself. Just like Sailor Galaxia's page isn't "Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica".... even though she says in a song "I am the Golden Queen of Shadow Galactica". I don't see why you choose to go with your interpretation of the musical rather than official credited names. Tsumaranai 15:40, 17 March 2012 (MST)
Miss Dream and Hotaru have radically different personalities, as well. The article isn't going anywhere, nor is the title going to change, for reasons already stated. Kerochan no Miko 17:42, 17 March 2012 (MST)