Naming standards

Even if a character has a unique first or last name, the first time they are mentioned in an article they are supposed to be linked to using their full name. The only time you might not give the full name is if you are listing family members from the same family, i.e. "Jaime, Cersei, and Tyrion Lannister".

It is incorrect that "TV fans know him as Littlefinger", as they refer to him as "Petyr Baelish" often enough. However, the pattern I've been using is that the first time he is mentioned, refer to him as: Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish. And link it to the "Petyr Baelish" article. --The Dragon Demands (talk) 17:19, April 3, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Dark Wings, Dark Words

When Lady Catelyn describes her regrets about wishing Jon Snow to die of the pox, I suggest it be mentioned that this is a big departure from the books. I don't recall Catelyne ever expressing any regrets and certainly never wished Jon to truly be a part of her family or carry the family name nor ever thought her failure to love him caused all the family's current misfortunes. 04:02, February 24, 2014 (UTC)KC

Mhysa / Demon Monkey

The section for the ep​isode "Mhysa" states that Tyrian is never referred to as a "Demon Monkey" in the books.  He is referred to as such by a prophet in the street in Kings Landing early in ​A Clash of Kings, and Tyrian contemplates it in his internal monologue.