These two Goron Villages are clearly not the same location. Shouldn't they be in separate articles? Any thoughts?
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Its debatable. We generally keep identically named locations on one page if they serve a similar purpose though. In this case they are both the homes of the resident Goron tribes in the games.
This one seems obvious (although it might easily not be) that should be a split, especially considering points of interest have been incorporated into it.
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Not a huge fan of splitting them since as I said, they have similar characteristics despite not being the same location. We tend to keep things like that one one page, i.e. Lost Woods, probably Kakariko Village, the newly created Witch's Hut, etc. Of course there has got to be some examples where we don't follow this formula, although none come to mind right this moment. So although I prefer to keep it like this so my OCD doesn't act up, what has to be done has to be done.