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==Capitalization== In addition to the capitalization rules of standard English, there are a few nuances to keep in mind when it comes to the titles of Super Mario Odyssey game objects, mechanics, and strategies. Terms coined by the community are generally considered proper nouns if: * they refer to a strategy or phenomena that occurs in one or two specific places, such as [[Dram Strat]] or [[Letter Escape]]. * they are generally used without an article such as "a" or "the" by the community. The exception to this is tricks that are phrased as a [[wikipedia:Gerund|gerund]] or similar ordinary form of speech, such as [[nut jumping]] or [[coin duplication]]. Terms coined by the community are generally considered common nouns if: * they are something that can occur in a variety of locations or for many different applications, such as [[Triple jump|triple jumps]], [[Moon clip|moon clips]], or [[Loading error|loading errors]]. * they are generally used with an article such as "a" or "the", such as the [[suckage glitch]]. Official terms used by the game itself will follow their own capitalization rules in the game or other official resources, which is often not consistent with the guidelines for community-coined terms. * A generally reliable way to check the capitalization of an in-game term is to search for the relevant article on the [https://www.mariowiki.com/ Super Mario Wiki]. * If a community-coined term contains an official term that is a proper noun, the official term should always be capitalized within the name even if the community-coined term is a common noun, such as in the terms [[Cappy return cancel]] and [[Rocket Flower refresh]].
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