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  1. https://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/Jon_Snow Those who observe Robb's decision are Galbart Glover (sent into the Neck), Jason Mallister (Frey captivity at Seagard), Maege Mormont (sent into the Neck), Catelyn Stark (now Lady Stoneheart), Edmure Tully (Lannister captivity), and Jon Umber (Frey captivity at the Twins). Raynald Westerling (presumed dead after the Red Wedding) appears to remain outside after escorting Catelyn to Robb's tent. Galbart's brother Robett joins Wyman Manderly in White Harbor after being released from Duskendale in a prisoner exchange for Martyn Lannister.
  2. Looks like he was unaware. https://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/To_Be_Continued_Chicago_IL_May_6_8/
  3. Ah, I just found him described as such in the Green Ronin campaign guide (but not in the canon novels). "When Prince Rhaegar took Lyanna Stark away, Jon Arryn's heir Ser Elbert Arryn joined Brandon Stark on his journey to King's Landing to slay the Prince and demand Lyanna's return. Ser Elbert was seized along with the others for treason, and was murdered by the Mad King."
  4. The AFFC Appendix says Myrcella is "a girl of nine", and AFFC The Soiled Knight says she is "not quite one-and-ten", so presumably she becomes ten after the start of the book?
  5. Yep! https://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/1260 https://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/1147/
  6. Barring clarification from Ran or GRRM, maybe we could mention something like "it was claimed [by the Two Toms?] that Ser Marston lost his home when Spicetown was burned during the Battle of the Gullet. It is unknown if this was true, or a cover story to explain why Marston was on Dragonstone after the fall of King's Landing."
  7. Yeah, that could make sense. Maybe the wiki should explain both options.
  8. There's also the small Last Week Tonight fragment, but I don't see Aenys mentioned.
  9. Do we need a "court fool" article separate from "fool"? The usage of the phrase in FAB seems descriptive rather than referring to a specific Targaryen position. Moon Boy is the fool at Robert's court, Butterbumps at Mace's, etc.
  10. Additionally, Jon's conversation with Mance and Dalla indicates to me that the free folk have been (unsuccessfully) fighting the Others. Could be that destruction of the bone marrow is key.
  11. The "Edric Dayne" entry mentions Berric Dondarrion instead of Beric.
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