Is Rebuild: 'Agamemnon' Bark (Captured) the standard naming convention that should be followed for Rebuild: recipe articles? Or should it be Rebuild: 'Agamemnon' Bark (Captured) (Recipe)? Or 'Agamemnon' Bark (Captured) (Rebuild)? Or can the "Rebuild" be dropped altogether because it's implied from the fact that the ship is captured: 'Agamemnon' Bark (Captured) (Recipe)? I note some are created and a lot are referred to in the first way, but just wanted to be sure before I create any articles. -- Caulmey 19:30, 13 January 2008 (CET)

The "Rebuild:" indicates it's a recipe, so no need to add a recipe tag. We keep the "Rebuild:" and "Refit:" in front of the article name. So, Rebuild: 'Agamemnon' Bark (Captured) is correct. --Mopster 19:43, 13 January 2008 (CET)