Talk:Guoul Guoul Guoula

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Why was my addition to the Trivia section in reference to the song's name removed? Maboroshi 02:52, 5 September 2007 (MST)

Because it was completely speculative. Kerochan no Miko 03:04, 5 September 2007 (MST)
I didn't realize there was a prohibition against speculative information since there are so many pages on WikiMoon that contain this type of information. (For example, the entry for Sailor Astarte lists her name as "Shiva" instead of "Shiba" because someone assumed it was supposed to be a "pun".) Because "Guoul" is not a word, if the word "Ghoul" (which, from the context, is almost undoubtedly the lyric writer's original intention) were mentiond in the article people who were searching for the song using that word would still be able to find it. A person who has only heard the song but hasn't seen the misspelled name written down would be looking for the word "ghoul" instead of "guoul" and as a result would not find the page. Is there a proper way to mention the word "ghoul" in the article or does the fact that this makes it difficult for people to find the article not matter?