- "By this point in the books" - "now"/the present is considered to be the timeframe of this episode. Therefore: by this point in the books ("now") he is a Kingsguard and cannot marry. "he is" never goes with "couldn't". Couldn't is past tense, it goes with "Was". This was, itself, a basic grammar error.
2 - "roof of the mouth" ....why would change "stabs Craster, pushing the dagger into the roof of his mouth" - otherwise is sounds like Karl could be pushing the dagger into the roof of the mouth of anyone in the room. Why would you change a pronoun to a demonstrative?
3 - He wasn't there, but remained at Castle Black - "but" is there to emphasize it's contrafactual
4 - You changed "Daenerys offers her ships along with Drogon to buy Unsullied." to "*Daenerys offers her ships along with the dragon to buy The Unsullied." -- The dragon's name is "Drogon" and you ended up putting a capital T in mid-sentence.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 02:23, April 27, 2013 (UTC)
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