Knights of the Vale

Before Ser Vardis is chosen as champion, who should the old and young knights be? I guess that the old one is Lord Hunter right? --Gonzalo84 05:54, March 10, 2012 (UTC)

I agree with you that the older fits with Eon Hunter. Good work on the article for him. I see you have put in a link to a Knight of House Lynderly. The relevant bit of A Game of Thrones (Chapter 38 Tyrion V page 421 in my British kindle edition) has the young knight bearing a green viper which is the sigil of that house so I'd be fine with naming the article for the young knight as you have suggested.--Opark 77 08:35, March 10, 2012 (UTC)

Words running together

There have been problems on this page with words running together. It seems to be directly after links. I have tried rewriting the lines and putting in commas right after the problem links. Let's see if this solves it.Ch'vyalthan (talk) 19:58, December 30, 2012 (UTC)

Ok, so far the words aren't running together again. I rewrote the lines, simplified the links, and put commas directly after the links, and this seems to be keeping it straight for now. I'll keep an eye on it, but I don't know why it started doing this in the first place. If anyone finds out, let me know.Ch'vyalthan (talk) 06:31, January 1, 2013 (UTC)

Another Possible Meaning to the Title

"Crown" can also refer to the top of one's head or the entire head.  So, a "golden crown" when "crown" is used this way could mean blond-headed or, to use the terminology from this episode, "golden haired."  Considering how big that revelation is, I could definitely see imagine "A Golden Crown" to be used this way as well.  So, do you think this is worth including in the article?  TheUnknown285 (talk) 03:07, January 9, 2014 (UTC)