Hi C&C. There are a few unresolved issues with conventions in C&C that need to be resolved immediately. As a member of the GP, I've had to deal with these issues a lot, and without an established convention, not all GP members may agree on the way a certain thing can be. The two issues I have right now are as follows:The use of hyphens in set functionality Is it wall-breaker or wallbreaker? Spinblocker or spin-blocker? We have a direct conflict in our conventions, as here it tells us to not use the hyphen, yet many grammar checkers for both the Smog and C&C enforce the hyphen. We need to come to a conclusion on this and enforce it everywhere. I personally suggest that we do not have the hyphen. Terms such as wallbreaker, stallbreaker, and spinblocker are coined terms, similar to how we've coined the Speed tie. Because these are coined, it is entirely permissible to have them without the hyphen, and I think that will help because in common conversation, almost everyone ditches the hyphen. Our convention should be consistent with what people actually use.Capitalization when referencing attack names This is another issue that has recently arisen in my time with GP. When we use the term Spinblocker, we are directly referencing the attack "Rapid Spin." Therefore, the 'S' in Spinblocker should be capitalized. However, many proofreaders are going back and forth as to whether it should be capitalized or not. There is a similar issue for when people refer to a Substitute created by the move Substitute. The actual Substitute created by the move should also be capitalized as it directly references the move itself. Another common example of this is when we use the verb Pass to refer to Baton Passing a boost to another Pokemon. Example: "Scizor can Pass the Swords Dance boost on to another Pokemon." I think directly referencing a move like this should be capitalized for clarity. I could use the word pass in many different contexts to do different things, but when I say that Scizor can Pass the boost, that clearly indicates we are referring to Baton Pass. That clarity is important, so it should be convention to always capitalize the word when directly referring to a move. __________________________________________________ Anyway, I made this topic so it could be open to discussion. These convention issues need to be resolved sooner rather than later, and I welcome everyone's input. Cheers.