I agree, If mario is in it, it should be considered "Canon" but that word is ridiculous. I want to shoot that word out of a cannon.--My Name Is Tom(Talk / Edits) 00:05, February 17, 2010 (UTC)
I generally don't like having 'definition pages', like this one (which is why I can't stand Star Trek Wiki). But, I think this is necessary, as not a lot of people know what it means. Perhaps, as an alternate solution we could just wiki link to Wikipedia's article on Canon every time we use the word.--CountCaterpie
If, when we use it in an article, we could put a smaller definition in external text. Like this: Canon
After each use, add a link to a note-list.
Hmm.. I like the use of external text. But I don't know if people really know that the dashed underline means external text. I didn't until a couple years ago. Its worth a shot though. Anyone else? - CountCaterpie 21:09, February 17, 2010 (UTC)
Of course, there is of course the option of adding the formatting into a template, and adding a flashy background to make the word stand out. Or just having it in a different font (like the one I'm using right now)
Perhaps external text and italics? - CountCaterpie 21:40, February 17, 2010 (UTC)