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Since this article talks about High and Low Valyrian, shouldn't it be renamed simply "Valyrian"? 126.96.36.199 14:32, March 30, 2013 (UTC)
- I kept them all on one page because that's what A Wiki of Ice and Fire does; that, and Low Valyrian doesn't even come up until Season 3 (only two instances of High Valyrian occur in Season 2). I even asked David J. Peterson about this on his blog, but his answers were intentionally vague - basically he said he officially isn't allowed to talk about anything in Season 3 because it hasn't been publicly released yet. So yes, we do need to split this - there are ten languages in the "Low Valyrian" family but for the moment I think we'll just split off the "Low Valyrian" page; but I'm kind of waiting on Peterson's new blog posts from the Season 3 premiere, in which hopefully he will explain more about it...really it's a matter of days, not weeks. The thing is that the books directly state that the different Low Valyrian dialects are no longer mutually intelligible, which really indicates that they're "on their way to being separate languages". So we'll wait for info from the premiere tomorrow.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 16:02, March 30, 2013 (UTC)