This is several months overdue but I just checked the Discussion board today and saw your post noting the influx of pages with the "Ep call without campaign defined" category so I thought I'd respond in a more visible place.
I could be wrong, but I think when the new campaign started one of the admins (or editors) was planning on expanding the template that converts episode references into a proper link to that episode's page. I believe the intent was to include an additional way of referring to the episodes (like on the /r/CriticalRole subreddit where they refer to episodes as C1E84, or C2E33). So the "Ep call without campaign defined" was kind of laying the groundwork for the error handling for that.
At the top of the Module:Ep page, there's a comment that states:
"-- TODO This needs to be able to cope with campaign numbers, the CxEE format should be depricated"
I've been tracking the campaign timeline based on Nott's birthday, and although the Harvest Close festival is on the 3rd of Fessuran in Tal'dorei, it appears to be held on the last day of that month in Wildemount.
The issue is that based on town barkers both dates have been announced.
I would appreciate any help in clarifying exactly when this holiday took place in campaign 2.
Hey there! I just went through the citations in the Fjord article and realized that all the more= prefixes got removed. Though they're not as important when a citation has an end time, removing that code when an ep ref citation lacks an end timestamp breaks the citation. Please don't remove those in the future, even if it looks a little odd in the markdown.
I think you also changed the punctuation and spacing of citations, but those are style things that I don't really care about so keep doing what you feel like with those.
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