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  1. @zionius Is it this one you were thinking about ? https://georgerrmartin.com/notablog/2009/10/21/the-big-man-and-the-redhead/
  2. Speaking of House Harte, am I the only one who think they might be related to House Buckwell of the Antlers ? I mean their sigil have the same field and their device both depicts cervidae which makes sense since they are probably named after types of male deers ("hart" and "buck" respectively). The fact that the Antlers location has being show on the map makes me think the Buckwells are more important than the Hartes. Maybe a Buckwell third son founded House Harte thus the three harte's heads on the coat of arms. I also wonder if a play on word with "hart" and "heart" might not be hidden somewhere here (especially since harts are a red deers). If the petty westerosi lord the younger daughter of Gaemon married was a Harte, could this be a marriage for love ? Obviously we don't know, but it would be cool to have a lighter loving event amongst all the wars and conquests the Dragonstone Targaryens were involved into.
  3. @Rhaenys_Targaryen I have fixed the issues @Old Valyria brought up. That's why you can't see them any more.
  4. No I don't remember what I was thinking at the time. I see @direpupy has already fixed it so I don't have to.
  5. @The Grey Wolf Good point. Although by 101 AC he was already forgotten by most. Munkun was chosen as Grand Maester in 131 AC and left the Citadel, he would have known who the Archmaesters of the time were.
  6. Jon puts three of his men in the ice cells after they try to rape wildling women, and we don't hear about them after that. I guess it's possible the "four living men" are those three and Cregan if Cregan's men took the black.
  7. @zionius You are the master when it comes to little mistakes. I'd like to run something by you before putting it in the Errata. In ADWD Jon X: Cregan Karstark comes to Castle Black with four mounted men-at-arms, one huntsman, and a pack of dogs. One of Karstark's men is killed after shooting a crossbow quarrel at Ty. Cregan and his men are taken captive and put in ice cells below the Wall. Cregan + 4 men-at-arms + 1 huntsman - 1 killed = 5 captives in the ice cells In ADWD Jon XIII: When asked how many prisoners are in the ice cells, Bowen Marsh says "Four living men. Two dead ones." (the two corpses were brought back from the weirwood grove north of the Wall in Jon VII). Did one of Cregan's men died during his imprisonment and we never heard of it ? Or did GRRM made a mistake ?
  8. Meizo Mahr is an eunuch in service to the Lysene pirate Salladhor Saan. Lysono Maar is the Lysene spymaster of the Golden Company. Is there a relation between the two ?
  9. @Muffin King I hope the opening credits feature a family tree of some sort instead the map of Westeros.
  10. The fact that some characters, like Lyarra Stark, have such a big birth range is due to the fact we have little to none information on them except for the family trees. I agree that makes things a bit ridiculous sometimes like you said @The Wondering Wolf but we can't do much better for now. That being said, @Lord Corlys Velaryon if you still intend on reducing the birth range for Lyarra, may I suggest you use the same processus we used for Dorna Swyft, which was to put 52 years old as the maximum age for birthing a child (see Dorna Swyft's birth range). Lyarra's birth range thus changes from 203/250 AC to 215/250 AC. It's not much but it's something.
  11. As the wiki uses the same format as Wikipedia articles (duh!), I thought it would be a good idea put in parenthesis the age of characters at the moment of their death (when we know it) just like Wikipedia does for article about real people. So far I've only indicate it for characters whose age at death is clearly stated in the text. Those characters are: Lyman Beesbury (80), Corlys Velaryon (79), Pycelle (84), Jaehaerys I Targaryen (69), Alysanne Targaryen (64), Little Walder Frey (9), Gaemon Palehair (9), Jasper Waynwood (3), Lyanna Stark (16), Aemon Targaryen (son of Jaehaerys I) (37), Viserys I Targaryen (52), Aegon III Targaryen (36), Aegon IV Targaryen (49), Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon) (55), Aenys I Targaryen (35), Aegon I Targaryen (64), Viserys Targaryen (son of Aenys I) (15), High Septon (Aenys I) (53), Garth VII Gardener (93), Garth X Gardener (96), Maester Aemon (102), Osric Stark (70), Qhored I Hoare (90) Harwyn Hoare (64), Daemon Velaryon (son of Aethan) (88), and Laena Velaryon (27 as she was born in late 92 AC and died in early 120 AC). Did I miss someone ? Would it be appropriate to add characters for which there is only two possible ages too ? For example, Eddard Stark was born in 263 AC and died in 299 AC, this makes him either 35 or 36 years old when he died depending on whether or not his nameday had already occurred (probably not in his case as he died early in 299 AC).
  12. @The Grey Wolf The Greens and blacks are fixed (Roger Corne, Titus Peake, Harwin Strong and Gyles Belgrave). I didn't put Lyonel Strong as a blacks as I feel we don't have enough information on him; we don't know what his interactions with Alicent Hightower, Otto Hightower, Aegon the Elder, and Rhaenyra were like. We only know he didn't like Daemon as he adviced Viserys I to excecute him after he allegedly took Rhaenyra's maidenhead.
  13. @zionius I'm more concerned about the spelling MaRches vs. MaTches rather than the "the" missing, the Carons are Marcher lords from the Dornish Marches afterall. As far as I know they are not associated with matches unlike the candles of House Waxley for example. Did I miss something ?
  14. @zionius Lord of Matches really ? Sure it isn't Lord of the Marches rather ?
  15. I don't know if you had time to look at the problem since but he still persists.
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