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This page is a redirect. The following categories are used to track and monitor this redirect: From a fictional character: This is a redirect from a fictional character to a related fictional work or list of characters. The destination may be an article about a related fictional work that mentions this character, a standalone list of characters, or a subsection of an article or list. For redirects named for fictional places use ((R from fictional location)), and for those named for fictional elements (objects or concepts), use ((R from fictional element)). To a section: This is a redirect from a topic that does not have its own page to a section of a page on the subject. For redirects to embedded anchors on a page, use ((R to anchor)) instead. With history: This is a redirect from a page containing substantive page history. This page is kept as a redirect to preserve its former content and attributions. Please do not remove the tag that generates this text (unless the need to recreate content on this page has been demonstrated), nor delete this page. This template should not be used for redirects having some edit history but no meaningful content in their previous versions, nor for redirects created as a result of a page merge (use ((R from merge)) instead), nor for redirects from a title that forms a historic part of Wikipedia (use ((R with old history)) instead). With possibilities: This is a redirect from a title that potentially could be expanded into a new article or other type of associated page such as a new template. The topic described by this title may be more detailed than is currently provided on the target page or in a section of that page. When the target page becomes too large, or for any reason a new page would be an improvement, this redirect may be replaced with an article, template or other project page that is carved out of the target page. See also ((R to section)) and use together with this rcat when appropriate. If the topic of the redirect is not susceptible to expansion, then use other rcats such as ((R to section)) or ((R to list entry)) when appropriate. Since a new page may be created, links to this redirect should not be replaced with a direct link to the target page. To make redirects to this page, use ((R avoided double redirect)). ((R printworthy)) should be used together with this template when applied to a redirect in mainspace. When used on a template redirect, it will automatically populate Category:Template redirects with possibilities. From a printworthy page title: This is a redirect from a title that would be helpful in a printed or CD/DVD version of Wikipedia. See Wikipedia:Printability and Version 1.0 Editorial Team for more information. When appropriate, protection levels are automatically sensed, described and categorized.