Reek, Reek, it rhymes with meek
I propose that, following the convention of the books in which Theon's POV chapters actually get retitled "Reek" to convey just how much his identity has been lost, we should retitle this article "Reek".
Possibly, though, we might hold off on retitling it until Season 4 heirs, given that the "Reek" thing was only just established in the season finale, and lets be honest, many people have as-yet to catch up on their DVR/HBO Go/Blu-ray marathons.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 16:51, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
- However, it might be confusing. Theon's lawful name is Theon Greyjoy, despite Ramsay's torture.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 17:02, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
- I vote it for now to rename this page Reek. You can see in episode 2, that he isn't Theon anymore. He must remember his name. --126.96.36.199 14:58, April 16, 2014 (UTC)
- I hope you won't change the title. The page represents the character as a whole, before his identity was lost. I don't belive it's appropriate for an encyclopedia, nor is it reader-friendly. --Martell (talk) 18:37, April 16, 2014 (UTC)
Are we not discussing this anymore? I'm also in favor of renaming it. At this point, there would be no confusion in renaming the article to Reek. It's as Yara [Asha] said in the episode.. Theon is dead, now only Reek remains. It would actually add a lot to the article by playing along to what Ramsay did to Theon and treating him as Reek, demonstrating the transformation in the article to a much grander scale. Mandon (talk) 07:28, May 12, 2014 (UTC)
"and even cut off his genitals"
I got the assumption Ramsay had left his balls intact.
Theon and Sansa's status should be "Alive". It has been confirmed in this interview, among other important topics, that they did survive the jump. Take a look. http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/game-of-thrones-season-5-finale-jon-stannis-deaths-david-nutter-1201520137/ Mikividosevicgasparotti (talk) 12:05, July 2, 2015 (UTC)
I was wondering why there is no age for theon. I recall recently watching a YouTube video from a trusted channel that said theon was 9 years old at the end of the greyjoy rebellion, which was 6 years after Robert's rebellion. This would make him roughly 3 years older than Robb and Jon. I'd say he's 23.
Ages have been changed in the TV version, we can't assume they're like the book version. We only list an age when it is definitively stated in the TV show continuity (which includes the Histories & Lore animated featurettes). To my knowledge Theon's age at the time of the Greyjoy Rebellion was not stated in the TV continuity. 9 years plus 6 equals 15, but in the TV show 17 years pass since Robert's Rebellion. In both the books and TV show, the Greyjoy Rebellion occurred nine years before the start of the story - meaning that it happened two years later in the TV continuity, relative to Robert's Rebellion.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 18:28, July 21, 2015 (UTC)