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I will try to keep it simple and best described here. Sample at the bottom. Personally a minor change.
This is something I was thinking of being forced to edit 2 pages to indicate a normal and twin dragon that it would be just 1 page and have it set up like the below image.
If you have a twin it would indicate in the box to the right. The normal would be the box on the left. By doing this it would be easier to modify the page by indicating if you have the dragon within the yes no star stars crown crowns params and would show others that you have or dont have one or both of each dragon type. The code would go from (|Dragonname=no) to (|Dragon=no | =no) or something like that within the code and that way if they show that that have a normal dragon but no twin then they can change the first no to a yes or w/e they have that is shown by the default. Same if they have a twin where they can change the second no to something that would show they have it.
Thats just one of the reasons but yes. It would make it to where you can indicate if you have a twin in the same page as if you have the normal version. You can still mark them yes=having them. star=11+ crown=elder or w/e the setup is. And these markers can be done on both sides of the infobox by just showing that its dragon=yes|yes or dragon=yes | (some side note for twin / dragon)=yes or however the edits would show.
My thought is it would be setup so the players would see the line like |dragon=yes | twin=yes that way its simple and if they have a twin they know where to put the yes or star or crown marker.