Why do the article say she is common-born when we don't know that yet from the show (where she answers Tyrion that she is not)? And why does the article claims she is from Essos, when all we know from the show is just that she is foreign, because there are more places than just the two continents? - Drudenfusz 22:07, June 14, 2011 (UTC)
- Reasonable point, but if she isn't from Essos that leaves the Summer Islands (where the natives are very dark-skinned), Sothoryos (where the natives are very dark-skinned) or Ibben (where the natives are very pale and somewhat hairy because it's a subpolar island). So she's almost certainly from Essos. But we don't know that 100%, so we can just leave it as 'foreign' for now. As for the common-born thing, I suspect that's a leftover placeholder from when we thought she was going to be based on the Shae from the books, who is a baseborn girl from Westeros.--Werthead 22:54, June 14, 2011 (UTC)
In the book, Shae does not play the drinking game, so she never says she isn't common-born. She does not speak with a foreign accent. The show makes her mysterious, in the book she is much more straight forward.Ch'vyalthan (talk) 02:21, November 17, 2012 (UTC)
- In the books, she's straight-forward presented as a common-born prostitute/camp follower (whores make up a large fraction of camp followers).--The Dragon Demands (talk) 00:28, November 18, 2012 (UTC)
The article says she's a major character in season one, two, three, four, and six. When did she appear in season six?