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http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/House_Estermont/Family_Trees = There is a Lord "Estermond" which should be Lord Estermont.

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/List_of_characters = This page says "Arthur Ambrose, Lord of Ambrose and sworn to House Tarly". A source isn't given for that statement and I haven't seen it stated anywhere else that House Ambrose is sworn to House Tarly.

There are a lot of characters missing from the list of characters index as well, such as Cerissa Brax, Teora Kyndall, Cerelle Lannister, Alysanne Farman, Tywald and Tion Lannister, Alys Stackspear and Ella Lannister. Malora Hightower and Humfrey Hightower as missing as well.

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On 21-12-2017 at 2:39 PM, belladeuil said:

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/House_Estermont/Family_Trees = There is a Lord "Estermond" which should be Lord Estermont.

Fixed!

 

On 21-12-2017 at 2:39 PM, belladeuil said:

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/List_of_characters = This page says "Arthur Ambrose, Lord of Ambrose and sworn to House Tarly". A source isn't given for that statement and I haven't seen it stated anywhere else that House Ambrose is sworn to House Tarly.

There are a lot of characters missing from the list of characters index as well, such as Cerissa Brax, Teora Kyndall, Cerelle Lannister, Alysanne Farman, Tywald and Tion Lannister, Alys Stackspear and Ella Lannister. Malora Hightower and Humfrey Hightower as missing as well.

There are a lot of characters missing from that list :) I'm currently preparing an update of the list here, which will replace the list on the actual page once finished.

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From raid on saltpans page : Rorge had his tongue ripped out when he refused to break his vow of silence, declaring that Clement had apparently no need of it anyway. Yet Clement page says: One of the attackers cut Clement's tongue out, saying he no longer needed it if he had taken a vow of silence. 

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This should be the Lion in Winter rather than the Lion is Winter:

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According to a semi-canon source, Alysanne was slim of waist and small of breast, with a long neck, a fair complexion and a high forehead. She was tall and straight, unbowed by time. She had clear blue eyes and high cheekbones. In old age her hair turned white as snow. She wore it in a bun, pulled back and pinned behind her ears. Age left crow's feet around Alysanne's eyes and laugh lines about her mouth, but her face never lost its strength.[3]George R. R. Martin has stated that "You might consider Alysanne as the Eleanor of Aquitaine of Westeros, and model her on Katherine Hepburn's portrayal of Eleanor in the film The Lion is Winter." Alysanne often wore a slimmer, more feminine version of her brother-husband's crown at court.[3]

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Alysanne_Targaryen

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House Breakstone and House Lipps are missing from the Houses list shown here:

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Vale_of_Arryn

https://i.gyazo.com/f80c54c0b1f95f3ab3a8e5d688655bef.png

 

House Belmore is described as "one of the more powerful noble houses sworn to House Arryn," but there are no references listed to support that. Other notable houses (Egen, Corbray, Melcolm, Royce, etc.) are described as "principle houses sworn to House Arryn."

http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/House_Belmore

Unless there is evidence to suggest that this house is one of the most powerful, may I suggest that it be revised to say "one of the principle houses sworn to House Arryn" as the others are?

Edited by adlairae
added Belmore link

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Hi

i noticed some mistakes in https://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Years_after_Aegon's_Conquest#cite_note-Rtsotd.7B.7B.7B2.7D.7D.7D.7B.7B.7B3.7D.7D.7D-3

Year 10 After the Conquest

Main article: 10 AC

In 10 AC the Dornish War took a darker turn when Rhaenyra and her dragon Meraxes were shot down by a scorpion at Hellholt. 


should be rhaenys

***


In 13 AC the princess Meria of Dorne died, and his son and heir Nymor Martell sent his daughter Meria to King's Landing with a sealed letter for Aegon

deria martell

***

 

Year 42 After the Conquest

Main article: 42 AC

During year 42 AC the Realm was in turmoil, caused by the rise of the Faith Militant. When he received news that princes Aegon and Rhaena were being besieged at Crakehall, king Aegon fell sick, and died a few days later.

king aenys

***

 

Year 49 After the Conquest

Main article: 49 AC

It was a year of peace and plenty, with the celebration of three significant marriages: Rhaena Targaryen wed Androw Farman, lord Farman's second sond

son

 

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3 hours ago, OneWingedAngel27 said:

Hi

i noticed some mistakes in https://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Years_after_Aegon's_Conquest#cite_note-Rtsotd.7B.7B.7B2.7D.7D.7D.7B.7B.7B3.7D.7D.7D-3

Year 10 After the Conquest

Main article: 10 AC

In 10 AC the Dornish War took a darker turn when Rhaenyra and her dragon Meraxes were shot down by a scorpion at Hellholt. 


should be rhaenys

***


In 13 AC the princess Meria of Dorne died, and his son and heir Nymor Martell sent his daughter Meria to King's Landing with a sealed letter for Aegon

deria martell

***

 

Year 42 After the Conquest

Main article: 42 AC

During year 42 AC the Realm was in turmoil, caused by the rise of the Faith Militant. When he received news that princes Aegon and Rhaena were being besieged at Crakehall, king Aegon fell sick, and died a few days later.

king aenys

***

 

Year 49 After the Conquest

Main article: 49 AC

It was a year of peace and plenty, with the celebration of three significant marriages: Rhaena Targaryen wed Androw Farman, lord Farman's second sond

son

 

Fixed.

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I'm not sure if this is an error or not, but this line in the Azor Ahai needs a citation:

"It is said that wielding Lightbringer once again, Azor Ahai will stand against the Others and if he fails, the world fails with him."

"Cold breath of darkness" is not enough to assume that this means the Others.

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20 hours ago, Rose of Red Lake said:

I'm not sure if this is an error or not, but this line in the Azor Ahai needs a citation:

"It is said that wielding Lightbringer once again, Azor Ahai will stand against the Others and if he fails, the world fails with him."

"Cold breath of darkness" is not enough to assume that this means the Others.

I've changed "Others" to "darkness", as per the quote used for that passage.

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The entry on House Blackfyre claims that Calla Blackfyre was indeed married to Bittersteel. That's not confirmed yet. All we know is that Daemon Blackfyre promised his daughter to her half-uncle. Whether they ever went through with that marriage is, at this point, completely unclear.

If they did, it would have been after the Blackfyre Rebellion, anyway, considering that Daemon's twins were twelve when they died on the Redgrass Field, meaning Calla would have been eleven or had just turned twelve herself at best in 196 AC, and it is exceedingly unlikely that a 10-12 year-old-girl was married to her uncle in the middle of a war that lasted for about a year during which Bittersteel likely didn't have the time to hang out with Daemon's family all that much.

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Posted (edited)

Another thing that I noticed is that two of the the four articles about Good Masters of Astapor named Grazdan (tall_one and the one with spiked_beard) describe the same person. "The tall Grazdan with the spiked beard spoke in the Common Tongue, though not so well as the slave girl". This is the only time any of those masters was described as tall. Since one of Grazdans was never described in the book, a page "Grazdan (tall one)" can be renamed to "Grazdan (Good Master)", or something like that.

Edited by MPozd spb

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I would suggest disambiguating the identified characters in ASOS Daenerys III as "Grazdan (fat)", "Grazdan (tall)", and "Grazdan (old)"; I don't think the fourth is described.

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3 hours ago, Nittanian said:

I would suggest disambiguating the identified characters in ASOS Daenerys III as "Grazdan (fat)", "Grazdan (tall)", and "Grazdan (old)"; I don't think the fourth is described.

The old one is considered to be Grazdan mo Ullhor, mentioned by Missandei in Daenerys VI (though I am not sure how that conjecture was made). So we have:

  • Grazdan mo Ullhor (or Grazdan (old))
  • Grazdan (fat one)
  • Grazdan (tall one) (or Grazdan (spiked beard))
  • Grazdan, who was not described. As I proposed earlier, the article about him can be named Grazdan (Good Master). 

 

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