I think we all know that "Eden" is a logical reference to the real-life PM "Robert Anthony Eden", but as it is not stated specifically in the episode, shouldn't this page be simply "Eden (Knock Knock)" or "Eden (Prime Minister)", until further in-universe references are found? We need to always be careful that we do not mix in-universe with real-life information. TheFartyDoctor Talk 00:47, May 7, 2017 (UTC)
- While I appreciate your dedication to T:NO RW, page titles can be a slight exception. See, we need to balance the terms of that policy against the other need to have an easily-searchable wiki. Eden (Knock Knock) would simply be too obscure to be of use, and Eden (Prime Minister) is just too long, and potentially not specific enough.
- In the past, we have handled situations like this by simply using the RW first name as the preferred disambiguator to some made up (parenthetical). Then, we've added a BTS to explain that there is no explicit reference to that person in the source cited. That way, we honor the spirit of T:NO RW, but concede to the practicality of this being a searchable wiki.
- Still, I will look around for a source for the first name. It'll probably be somewhere in the books.