I'm preparing to give this article the overhaul and update it needs, or at least start such a project, but before I do, I need to ask about proper article naming. The quadrant sourcebooks are simply titled Alpha Quadrant, Beta Quadrant etc. Should those articles be named like "Beta Quadrant Sourcebook", as seems to be the current nomenclature, or "Beta Quadrant (sourcebook)," which makes more sense according to general rules of disambiguation? The latter seems correct to me, but this page was at first set up with links formatted like "Beta Quadrant supplement", while other links on other pages were to "Beta Quadrant Sourcebook". I just want to know what's right so I can be consistent throughout. --TimPendragon (talk) 14:58, January 31, 2020 (UTC)

I'd go with Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook because that's on the cover. Kind regards, -- Markonian 15:07, January 31, 2020 (UTC)
The sourcebook on the cover is not part of the title, it's a descriptor to separate it from a "core book" or a "player's guide." This is common practice in RPG publishing. --TimPendragon (talk) 15:55, January 31, 2020 (UTC)
Still it's a valuable way to disambiguate the title and it describes the product perfectly. why make it more complicated? i agree with the Admiral - captainmike Site-logo.png 16:36, January 31, 2020 (UTC)
That's fair, but again, I just wanted to be clear for the sake of consistency. So Beta Quadrant Soucebook it is, then. --TimPendragon (talk) 16:58, January 31, 2020 (UTC)
i think the making a true disambiguation with parentheses and the differently cased version will be valuable redirects however -- captainmike Site-logo.png 17:20, January 31, 2020 (UTC)
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