I just wanted to note here that on a recent Rings of Lumnis question I found this on page Bourth#Customs in paragraph 2 under the heading "Customs" of the people of Bourth:
" ' Some of the citizens of Gallardshold wear either a single hawk feather braided into the right side of their hair or a white leather bracelet on their left wrist. The display of the feather indicates that the person feels that the elves of the Wyrdeep should be exempt from Chaston's Edict, while the display of the bracelet indicates that the person supports Chaston's Edict in the case of the elves. The tension between supporters of the edict and supporters of the elves is subtle but distinct, though it has rarely erupted into violence. As long as no humans, braceleted or feathered, bring harm to the elves when they trade, the elves are largely uncaring regarding the humans' beliefs. ' — A Traveler's Guide to the Turamzzyrian Empire "
Since this directly relates to Chaston's Edict, I am just hoping that someone who knows more about gswiki practices can figure out how to connect this information to the Chaston's Edict article, whether by a well-placed hyperlink to Bourth#Customs or by figuring out how to incorporate this above text into the Chaston's Edict article directly.
Just by the way, the question which led me to realize some information was lacking from the Chaston's Edict page was "The feather of what bird, braided into one's hair, shows disagreement with Chaston's Edict?"
I hope I have done this right. I am not confident in my ability to edit the wiki page so will someone please run with this? Thanks for your patience.
- Please use 4 tildes ~~~~ to sign comments. Your links have been changed to internal for tracking purposes (the "What links here" tool). I see some issues with the Bourth page and duplicated information, but in the meantime, until I can get it fixed, you can review the Style Guide on how to link to add links there. VANKRASN39 (talk) 08:34, 30 April 2018 (CDT)