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  • The event was not related to a conflict at all, with no battles between two groups, entities or players. But somehow, someone I won't mention still thought it was classed as a conflict and added it to that group. Is it possible you could remove it from there?

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    • That sounds like it could potentially be considered a conflict to me - that is, territories passing hands, and players engaging in combat/destruction of property.

      Perhaps I'm misunderstanding what occurred? The article is somewhat vague, after all. You are certain that no one fought each other. Is it just that two players went into an empty town and destroyed buildings without any repercussions? If so, then I agree it's not much of a "conflict" (more of an "argument", than anything else).
      - Sitb @fandom (Message wall / Talk page) 11:38, May 9, 2020 (UTC)

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    • So what happened was the mayor wanted to leave Dortmund and go to India, so he gave it to Dortmund but the buildings will have to stay intact. Then all the buildings were destroyed by Cologne, the new owners. But no fighting at all.

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    • Yeah, that's not a conflict then. I removed the category from that article, and in my edit summary, I suggested that information could be placed within a section of a Dortmund town article (which I don't think exists at the moment).
      - Sitb @fandom (Message wall / Talk page) 10:22, May 10, 2020 (UTC)

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