Remember this is only the current Cunnan opinion on Style and Naming. If users find it limiting or difficult to use then fell free to make changes!
This is a bit more important than style as articles are only easy to link to if named in a consistent manner.
Only use capital letters for proper nouns. E.g. [[Kingdom Of The West]] should be [[Kingdom of the West]] (capitalisation of the first word in a link is ok for all words though).
Try to use the singular form of nouns as article titles. This allows people to link to the singular form ([[Ballista]]) as well as the plural form ([[Ballista]]e). Exceptions would be cases where the article must always be plural (eg. Other re-enactment sites).
If you're linking to a page that has a title that may be ambiguous you can append the subject to the end surrounded by brackets. E.g. [[Joe Bloggs (person)]] and [[Joe Bloggs (song)]] would be better than one page containing both. The use of subpages is no longer supported.