So, I made a list (on the notepad, so it's nowhere here). It consists of a track name and all the stages associated with it. I made it because the stages in King of Cards share both the stage tracks from Shovel of Hope/Plague of Shadows and Specter of Torment. Could I maybe add those stages to the track pages, since they only have the SoH/PoS or SoT info?
You can do that if you want. That said, I think I'll eventually add a specific infobox for music pages, to not have sentences that long on pages. Also some are used for stages in Showdown only in Shuffle mode, to make things more complex (for example Hall of Springs can play either In the Halls of the Usurper, In the Halls of the King or The Decadent Dandy).
No problem. So, I completed the tracks from Shovel Knight Soundtrack and you used the phrase "original stage theme". What phrase should I use for the tracks from Specter of Torment Soundtrack? Remixed stage theme, perhaps?
Well I can try, but to do it properly, I also need tracks from Showdown and unfortunately, I haven't completed the King of Cards completely yet (few challenges, NG+ and Speedrun Feat) to start playing Showdown.
Maybe find out which tracks are in the Sound Test of the Showdown, so I can add them and then use the infobox on all the other tracks.
Actually Sound Test for KoC only had the new tracks, from what I remember. As for Showdown, I only finished 6 out of the 20 campaigns so no idea yet which is in. I can't check either until I get my new computer.
Still, do whatever you can for now. More info can be added later.
So yeah, I kinda went and did everything I could think of. Only thing that's missing is how the tracks are used in Shovel Knight Showdown. Since I haven't played that yet, I have no idea. I only used the temporary unlock everything cheat to know which song are in the Showdown Sound Test.
So in short: All tracks are added and all of them have infobox. Only Showdown info remains, which I won't do, at least now.
PS: Maybe also add some more info for KoC tracks, like: It's arrangement of ... and so on. I also have no idea with this.