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Is it stated in the series that House Baelish is elevated to a Great House? Overlord Divine (talk) 20:20, June 18, 2013 (UTC)

Whenever the show is not clear on something, book info is used to fill in the blanks as long as it doesn't contradict the show.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 03:17, June 19, 2013 (UTC)
But HBO's viewers guide states that the Tullys were replaced by House Frey, not Baelish - [1] [2] . I guess to simplify from the books. Anyhow, the wiki should be corrected.
"Corrected"? The Viewer's Guide sometimes makes mistakes and assumptions. We don't know how the show will explain this until we see Riverrun and/or Littlefinger again, at which time I hope they remind everyone that Baelish was actually named Lord Paramount of the Riverlands -- the whole point is the irony that he hates the Tullys and the Riverlands, and despite being put "in charge" of them is and always was from the Vale, so he's letting the Riverlands rot...they're a burned out devastation and as their "official" ruler, he's making no attempt to repair or rule them.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 00:05, April 10, 2014 (UTC)
When has the Guide made any mistake (asking because I honestly want to know - I've always found it a great source of information, so if I'm mistaken, I'd really like to know :/ ) And in any case - when has the show or its tieins ever mention House Balish succeeding House Tully?
Well??
The Guide once stated that Rodrik Greyjoy died attacking King's Landing (or something like that, it was two years ago) during the Greyjoy Rebellion. Werthead contacted them and they corrected their mistake.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 02:03, April 17, 2014 (UTC)
It is a HUGE difference between mistakes in minor backstories, and mistakes in an ongoing event, such as the wake the Red Wedding.
Anyhow, given that there hasn't been any mentioning of House Baelish succeeding the Tullys, and yet it remains as a on this article despite the viewers guide stating otherwise, i guess this is a spoiler from the books. i really thought this wiki was a safe site for those of us prefering to be surprised by the show :(

No. There is no difference. That's why it's called a "mistake", big or small.

Look, we'll update the information as soon as the remaining Tullys and/or Freys reappear, as they haven't been mentioned in the first two episodes of Season 4. The siege of Riverrun actually spans three books in the novel series, I can't imagine they'd cut it from the TV series.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 23:11, April 19, 2014 (UTC)

uh... so are actually defending a spoiler (even though at the moment it seems as if it has been changed by the tv show) by given away ANOTHER spoiler. Well... screw you

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