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This is a mammoth task no? Perhaps it would be more realistic to break it down into smaller chunks. Maybe by episode.--Opark 77 20:05, February 5, 2012 (UTC)

Differerences pages getting longEdit

Opark 77 brought it up in February that these pages could be broken up so each episode could have a different page. I know that I plan to add more notes. I also noticed that notes dealing with the books have been taken out of the Episode articles. I agree that section should deal with the TV series script writing, filming, production, behind the scenes, etc. And differences from the book should be here. So does anyone else think this page and the differences season 2 page should be broken up?Ch'vyalthan (talk) 00:17, January 8, 2013 (UTC)

Season 5Edit

Though it's still not released, based on the trailer there are already visible differences for Season 5. Can we start the page or is it too soon? 'DRAEVAN13' 13:25, March 9, 2015 (UTC)

Sections or flags to distinguish differences by significance Edit

Would there be an interest in organizing or flagging differences based on significance (story departures vs minor plot or details)?  These pages have a lot of examples on them, but most are small, such as which hand a character used to do something.  These drown out some of the major differences like a different chararacter hitting a plot beat or a complete story departure.Sdp0et (talk) 16:42, May 18, 2015 (UTC)

Dany at Drogo's funeral pyre Edit

I have an idea that I noticed an unmentioned difference in season 1: how/why Dany walked into Drogo's funeral pyre. In the book, and I quote: "Ser Jorah was shouting behind her, but he did not matter anymore, only the fire mattered. The flames were so beautiful, the loveliest things she had ever seen ..." She had not made a definite plan to walk into the flames; she's seduced by the fire. In the TV episode, she looks at Jorah first, with a clear prior intention to walk into the fire, and he says nothing when she goes forward. Might seem like a small difference, but to me it seemed like something: the instinctive lure of flame to a Targaryen vs the more considered notion that walking into the fire might be a good idea...Am I wrong? Inkonjani (talk) 23:19, April 1, 2016 (UTC)

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