Of course, welcome back…to polls! Oh yes!
This time, we return to…Boundary Formation~~ Sigh.
As stated before, the term “Boundary Formation”, or more specifically, the “Boundary” in Chinese has multiple meanings and because of that, I cannot make a specific name. Etc.
I was originally set on “Boundary Formation” because 1) Easy to remember 2) In my opinion, slightly better than PinYin, which is “Jiejie” (結界).
However, because of the language difference, problems appear and this is one of them.
“Boundary Formation” is probably the best translation I can think of, however, in certain areas right now and most likely in the future as well, it sounds strange, as seen in the poll. Although it makes sense now, it may not work so well in the future.
“Jiejie”, the PinYin, will probably need some time to get used to, but it works generally. However, changing it might be a bad idea because most people (including me as well actually) got used to “Boundary Formation”.
Of course, it may be for the best to alternate between the two of them. When it works, I use “Boundary Formation”. When it doesn’t, I just slap “Jiejie” in there and it’ll magically works.
I think I might go for the 3rd option and introduce this new term, despite being a bit annoying. Sighs. Oh well, I’ll act depending on the poll and I’ll also read ahead a bit more to see more applications of this “Jiejie”. That is all, and enjoy the chapter~
Link to poll
Nevermind the poll. Going to read ahead for some more insights.