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Regarding the use of titles, we're all in agreement that Robb, Stannis, Balon, etc. should be referred to in their articles as "King Robb", "King Stannis", "King Balon" etc., but the question arises of how to refer to their family members. The books make it clear that Stannis' wife Selyse is referred to as "Queen Selyse". As for Joffrey's siblings, they were "Prince Tommen" and "Princess Myrcella" even before Robert died, and continue to be so now as Joffrey's legal heirs.
This leaves the question of how to refer to Shireen Baratheon, Theon Greyjoy, Yara (ASHA) Greyjoy, Bran and Rickon Stark, and Sansa and Arya Stark.
Theon emphasizes on-screen in season 2 that he should be referred to as "Prince". If memory serves, I think Stannis and his faction refer to Shireen as a princess (they're not seceding but a rival faction for the Iron Throne). I'd have to check but I think Bran was referred to as a Prince earlier this past season. Certainly, Sansa is Cersei's prisoner and not emphasizing her title, while Arya is on the run and hiding her own name. Still, how should pages reflect this? Specifically he matter came to question in the Arya Stark article. --The Dragon Demands 16:24, June 26, 2012 (UTC)
- Arya is referred as a Princess when she, unknowingly, meets the Frey she's betrothed to.--Gonzalo84 17:44, June 26, 2012 (UTC)
- Thank you. Well that's a point in favor of the "princess" camp...--The Dragon Demands 17:46, June 26, 2012 (UTC)