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  • SPOILER ALERT: I'm worried about the I.D.s for the Agent's entourage. In particular, Watcher Two eventually becomes "Keeper" later in the storyline and is identified as such in her dialogues. This particular "Keeper" then becomes "Minister of Intelligence." Enochf 05:27, January 17, 2012 (UTC)
    • Yeah, I also wondered how Wookieepedia was going to deal with that particular problem. The rule has it, however, that we should be as precise about the character concerned as possible. So, if we know the exact name, we should put it in the latest version possible (so Shmi Skywalker Lars rather than simply Shmi Skywalker). In this case, though, we might find a way out. We can either leave Watcher Two be (after all, there is no other Watcher Two in TOR) or rename it "Keeper (female)." As for the Minister of Intelligence, we should have two articles. One, "Minsiter of Intelligence (Sith Empire)", dealing with the post, and the other, "Minister of Intelligence (Cold War)", concerning the character. Problems might arise, however, with linking to those articles. People are going to type "Keeper" and what should that redirect to? The male or the female? Frankly speaking, I think the guy is more commonly associated with the title than the lady, who in turn is better known as Watcher Two. Couldn't the guys at BioWare simply have given them normal names? Well, maybe it's just better not to write too much on the characters and events that take place in TOR because... well, we simply have no idea what to write about. We don't know which path of the Force each of the class characters follows in canon. Damn, we don't even know whether the eight storylines do not exclude one another altogether. To make things worse, we can't even be sure of anyone's name, not to mention gender or race. What do we know, then? Not much, that's for certain. --Jaro7788 23:47, February 3, 2012 (UTC)
      • Easily resolved with a simple page move, as I've done. Now it's about the position in the Sith Empire, not the individual in that position. I suppose a new article will need to be created for the male character who begins in that position at the beginning. Unidentified male Keeper perhaps? - JMAS Jolly Trooper Hey, it's me! 00:07, February 4, 2012 (UTC)
        • I'm not particularly satisfied with all those "unidentified" articles... to me, that's a bit too long to be a proper name. How about "Keeper (male)"? As simple as that? --Jaro7788 12:12, February 4, 2012 (UTC)

Name change (**SPOILER WARNING**)Edit

The name of this article should probably be changed to "Minister of Intelligence" or "Unidentified Minister of Intelligence." While this character is the initial "Keeper" the character known as Watcher Two is the Keeper for a significant portion of the Imperial Agent storyline throughout the search for the Star Cabal. It would be more appropriate to rename the articles of both of these characters (Watcher Two has a real name that is spoken at the end of the Imperial Agent storyline that should be utilized). Thoughts from anyone else?--Nephlyte348 02:04, March 12, 2012 (UTC)

How about Benito Mussolini?-Boba fett 32 (talk) 23:30, April 27, 2013 (UTC)

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