What is the general term for this type of creature, is it wildkin, owlbear, or moonkin? I don't think it's owlkin as those only appear on Azuremyst Isle as far as I know. Just wondering if anyone knew of a convention for the, erm, subcategory of these humanoids. For now I am referring to it as "moonkin" since I believe that's what the elves call them and there is already a moonkin category... --<Jiyambi> talk || contrib 22:10, 28 June 2007 (UTC)

The page needs a serious cleanup by someone who know the definitive facts about Wildkin. In the article it is mentioned around 4 times, in different wording, that they resemble a cross between an owl and a bear. There are also two "facts" about their fully-grown height, and their weight (one being 1000 pounds, the other saying 3000). —The preceding unsigned comment was added by FantomRedux (talkcontr).

In some ways, we suffer from being too accurate. For instance, both the 1000 lb and the 3000 lb notes reference authorized materials, IE "official lore". What is the difference between "an adult" and "a full-grown" Wildkin, for instance? How do we choose between official sources? In this example, we simply quote them both and hope for the best. There may well be some cleanup that can be done. I imagine that a lot of what are currently direct quotes can be paraphrased, and references combined. --Eirik Ratcatcher (talk) 17:10, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

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