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I got your message on my blog. I'm surprised you were able to watch "Write Like the Wind", I was just editing it to put in a different link as the first one didn't work. As for editing Tyrion Lannister, they are pretty serious about following the series here. However, the second season of Game of Thrones included stuff from the Third book "Clash of Kings", like Brienne escorting Jamie and Tyrion meeting with Shae. Also, background stuff is ok. Anyway, I haven't been here long enough myself to be an expert. You can talk to The Dragon Demands he seems very knowledgable around here. Have fun editing.Ch'vyalthan (talk) 04:34, November 11, 2012 (UTC)
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House Sigil boxes
It is impossible to be sworn to both the Night's Watch and a noble House. Conceivably, I can see someone being from two normal Houses, i.e. the child of a marriage alliance between House Targaryen and House Tyrell might plausibly combine their heraldry, as often happened in real-life medieval coats of arms after marriage alliances; similar to how Joffrey formally changed the sigil of "House Baratheon of King's Landing" to a lion on one half and a stag on the other. But a key point is that the Night's Watch is the abandonment of all previous House allegiances. That's why it's just a solid black field instead of a picture; like the real Night's Watch, using black is denying any heraldic symbol.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 20:15, November 21, 2012 (UTC)