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(Just to rewrite it officially) I think that less tags are better in most cases. They are more searchable, and are sufficient in most cases. However, to distinguish, it's better to write something … the title should be enough (Example: How involved was Akira Toriyama in the production of Dragon Ball GT?). Also, too many Tags can lead to confusion, too, as seen here, where the ghost-in-the-shell …
answered Dec 17 '12 by looper
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? avatar. As discussed in the question, avatar is not topic of AaM, hence the question is closed. But what should happen to these tags? If I see the tag, I think "Hey, there's a tag for it, so I can ask!". Should be anything done about wrong/off-topic tags? …
asked Dec 17 '12 by looper
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I don't think that it's a good idea. Index and Railgun are two series that play in the same universe and share some characters, but that's all (only one arc is happens in both animes yet (and doesn't …
answered Apr 2 '14 by looper