In the 4th point of the Trivia section, is "the other voice actress" Pile? Also, I'd replace "relations" with "relationship" as the former leans toward a large number of people, while the latter leans toward a small number of people. Alxnr (talk) 17:14, February 25, 2015 (UTC)

I knew you'd read this so I don't need to post this on your wall, @Lucia. :p Anyway, I'm still waiting for the answer because it's not obvious to me. Alxnr (talk) 13:47, February 26, 2015 (UTC)
? I already fixed it. LuciaHunter (talk) 13:54, February 26, 2015 (UTC)
It's not that. It's whether "the other voice actress" actually refers to Pile or not. Alxnr (talk) 14:10, February 26, 2015 (UTC)
When the sentence is "She also is a heavy fan of the NicoMaki pairing alongside Pile, though her relationship with the other voice actress do not appear to be as close as to other members of the team", the term "other voice actress" would most likely refer to a preceding name. In this case where trivia is presented in bullet-point form, it is even easier since there is only one sentence to look for the answer in, so I would think it is obvious enough to anyone with a basic grasp of English that the answer is "Yes." I'm sorry for not wording everything with names and not using pronouns or other suitable replacements because I didn't want to insult the intelligence of the average Wikia user. LuciaHunter (talk) 14:34, February 26, 2015 (UTC)
My question was honest, and I meant to be friendly in my second reply (the one with ":p").
At first I thought "the other actress" referred to all other Muse ("team") voice actresses, which was why I edited it to "other voice actresses" earlier. Then I reread it several times, and then eventually opened the Pile article. As I found out Pile is the voice actress for Maki, I realized that phrase actually refers to Pile. The reason I got confused is the fact there are "other actress" and "other members" in that one sentence.
I was thinking of suggesting to rephrase it to use "... their relationship ..." or "... they do not appear as close as ...", but eh, it might change the meaning of the sentence. Alxnr (talk) 15:02, February 26, 2015 (UTC)
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