Aren't these recaps in the character bios getting a little out of hand lately? The season 2 section is already longer (for TWO episodes) than that for the entire season 1... -- SaganamiFan 22:41, April 16, 2012 (UTC)
Who the hell listed Tyrion as Deceased?Noc noc... whos their? Darknesssss 02:41, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
Tyrion is not dead. He was cut on his left temple, grazed on his nose, and nicked across his cheek...he was also conscious when he fell to the ground and they lingered on him. I'll be suprised if they kill him off.188.8.131.52 02:53, May 28, 2012 (UTC)thecaffeinatedone
Regarding his section about his history in the novels...Edit
I read in the policies that spoilers from the novels weren't allowed, yet his "In the books" section is filled with several spoilers. Should I go ahead and remove these? (I'm sorry if this is a stupid question; I'm new to the Wiki). --Savannah Star 03:59, November 11, 2012 (UTC)
Never having read the books, I have wondered where Tyrion gets his own money to employ mercenaries like Bronn. Does he get an allowance from Tywin, or do the lords of Westeros practice a form of subinfeudation, where even the younger children of the family are granted their own estates and holdings, in which they can draw their private incomes? --Fenrir51 (talk) 00:30, December 27, 2013 (UTC)
- Allowance - we've actually never seen evidence of subinfeudation while the current male head of the House lives. Sometimes they do give their sons or younger brothers important positions - Tywin always looks after his family, so his brother Kevan is an important lieutenant and official, and he always rewarded him very well with money. Jaime is a commander in his armies. He apparently gives all of his children allowances. In contrast, Gregor Clegane is the head of House Clegane and utterly ignored his brother Sandor's well-being, and Sandor left to become a bodyguard at the royal court.