## How to picture the difference between the decompositions of tamely ramified and wildly ramified prime ideals?

Here shows that one can well picture the $\mathbb{C_p}$ such that almost everything gets geometric interpretation, and there is a defect that it cannot distinguish the tamely ramified prime ideals.
Now, if we require less things, such as $\mathbb{Q_p}$, or the ring of integers of it, then can we find another way of picturing those algebraic ideas such that it saves the above-mentioned defect?

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