Marriage Aegon III
Hi, in Blood of Dragons, the beginning section tells about Aegon's marriage with the daughter of Aegon II and after she died with an unnamed Velaryon. I added the reference is his article and reverted the edits to the Targaryen family trees. Cheers, Scafloc 06:09, 24 October 2011 (UTC)
- The text is that the Targaryen girl died soon after her marriage and that Aegon III's new wife was chosen by the Regent which is another suggestion that Aegon was still young. This makes it less likely that he had children with his Targaryen cousin. Also as Aegon II was probably young (ten years younger than his half sister), chances are that his daughter was still a child herself when she married her cousin. This also makes it less likely for her to have children with him. And I think that if Aegon III children were from different parents this would have been mentioned. As Elaena, the youngest, was born a seven years before Aegon died it is very unlikely that Aegon II's girl was her mother.
- All in all the suggestion that Aegon III's children have an unnamed Velaryon as month are pretty strong but it is still a suggestion. So I changed the tree and added the marriage again, as this was not contested so did not have to be removed. And I made the children Aegon III's alone.
- In the future please be so kind as to state on the talk page of the user or the the talk page of the article the reason for reverting edits. This is considered polite and will prevent edit wars. Scafloc 21:00, 24 October 2011 (UTC)
Stark family tree
Atos and Willam are Starks, were lords of Winterfell and were brothers. There is no single item of original research in that. Note that is no line linking them to other Starks. That would have been original research as we do not know how they relate to other members of the family. Again: please discuss on talk pages before deleting. Scafloc 10:04, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
- Again: stop deleting edits before they are discussed.Scafloc 12:38, 7 December 2011 (UTC)
Bran the Burner and others
A complete tree of House Stark would be great. However such a tree would be rather large and possibly cluttered. That is why we prefer to split them in in parts where people we living around the same time (roughly). See for instance the Targaryen tree which is not used itself but instead divided into a number of separate trees (Template:Targaryen tree Aegon, Template:Targaryen_tree_Viserys and others.
I assume that you tried to add useful information (as the summary of your edit indicated) so if you can add a reference that the people you included we living in roughly the same time as the others that were already in the tree that would be great. Else for reasons of simplicity I suggest to relocate them to another tree. You may not have an exact reference ready so how about a week to look for one (before we move them)? Again feel free to discuss this.Scafloc 10:33, 9 January 2012 (UTC)