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One of the other Admins already reverted all of your edits to House Greyjoy because it was based on book information: http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/House_Greyjoy?diff=138007&oldid=137193
The entire point of having a subheading "see link to full article on Knighthood" is that this substantial information will go on the Knighthood page, not be repeated and take up space on the Faith of the Seven Page. No, the ritual for becoming a knight goes on the knighthood article.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 16:25, May 26, 2014 (UTC)
DO NOT add fanart of any kind to this wiki, based on the books, no matter the professional quality.
You loaded up a fanart image of the House Hoare heraldry.
The one exception is you can use basically anything you want (including fanart) on your Userpage, but not in actual articles.
Books vs TV seriesEdit
"You should embrace the books more. I'm pretty sure people would like to know everything they can about it. Lighten up."
...First, this is a wiki for the TV show, spoiler-free, BUT with an eye towards informing TV-first viewers about book information....which leads to the second point: we HAVE "in the books" sections for every article. You were adding book information into the main body of articles, which is not permissible.