User: Scafloc

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Hi, I am Scafloc.

I live in Groningen, The Netherlands.

Great idea to have a Wiki about A Song of Ice and Fire! I have worked on some of the ASOIF pages on Wikipedia. Wikipedia is great but for fans there is not enough detail (not should there be because too much detail may scare of other users of Wikipedia).

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our "A Dance with Dragons" AND to "Танец с Драконами" and we don't then we should! And of course French vs English can be easily recognized (LGN A Clash of Kings, Chapitre 69, Jon = AWOIAF A Clash of Kings-Chapter 69.

Hello. Thanks for helping with the quotes. The Tyrion quote, "Give me sweet lies and keep your bitter truths" is from "A Storm of Swords." It is on page 903. It is Chapter 66, Tyrion IX. Please let me know if you need any additional information. I have the books on kindle so searching for things is easy. -Kyle

“What is dead may never die, but rises again, harder and stronger.” —Aeron Damphair[1]

Official Heraldic and COA Artist
Heralds do not pun-they cant!
Ik heb Nederlands als moedertaal.
Cet utilisateur parle français à un niveau élémentaire.
Ich sprich ein bisschen Deutsch.
Puedo leer un pedacito Español.
en-3 I am able to contribute with an intermediate level of English.


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Three reasons why I made Daeryssa a Targaryen. One Serwyn of the Mirror-shield, a knight of the Kingsguard. They were founded by the Targaryens. Two the spelling of her name is consistent with the spelling of those of Valyrian descent. Her title princess eliminates the other valyrian houses, Baratheon, Qoherys and Velaryon. I`m also sure that somewhere, Martin said she was Targaryen, I just have not found that link yet.

But doesn't Tyrion say that Serwyn was never even in the Kingsguard because he lived before the Conquest? I think probably Daeryssa is a princess of one of the old Andal kingdoms, and the smallfolk have misremembered the details. --Ser_Aeron_Connel 20:32, 5 May 2012 (UTC)


Hi. Great work on all the coats of arms you have done. I'd like to fill in a few gaps. Obviously the design studio program has its limitations, but I have done some shields in another program. The only thing is, the shield shape is slightly different to the ones you have done. Does that matter? --Crackclaw 22:29, 15 November 2010 (CST)


Originally I was just going to list all the places on the maps and consider them like another appendix because I was unsure about the copyright status of the maps. I like your idea of the non-copyright maps but I have to admit that I have no idea how to make or edit those. That being said, something like the fan art maps on Westeros would be great. A map where you can see all the sites on one map because even the maps of the south and north change from book to book, places are dropped, names are added. That's why I was adding a reference to each map from each book. Mainly because the map of the north in AFFC has a bunch of names that are not on the AGOT map.

On the other hand, if we are going to put spoiler-like tags on each book section in articles, should the maps have the same progression? Or should there just be one map with everything on it? In the meantime while we make our own maps if that's what we want to do, are the maps fair-use? I assumed since they weren't considered publicity material they wouldn't be available.The Pale Griffin 17:23, 18 March 2011 (CDT)

It's my understanding that as long as the maps is the "subject for commentary in the article" there is no problem of using the original maps, which means that we can definitively use it for all those articles. Cant say for sure for the rest thou. btw great new seven kingdoms map scafloc, cheers Mor 18:14, 1 September 2011 (CDT)

Wow, Fantastic Work

Wow, Fantastic work on the maps. They look fantastic! The Pale Griffin 10:52, 10 April 2011 (CDT)

Battle Maps

Fantastic work once again Scafloc. Seriously, you're really outdoing yourself there.The Pale Griffin 17:45, 10 August 2011 (CDT)


Amoka Pictures

Thanks. I kinda knew you weren't saying that about me, it was more directed at the people who complained without contributing. I thought it was unfair of them to be piling on you after you had made the effort of putting those pictures up. I also thought it unfair that they assumed you would change it since you had put the first set of pictures up. That's why I offered to help, instead of dumping all that work on you. Also, the cynical part of me knew that those same people who had been complaining had never contributed, so I knew they weren't going to do anything. Thanks for doing the stuff you do on the project. Anyone like me can add the info. The templates and the pictures, that's the harder stuff. Just wanted to say I appreciate it.(The Pale Griffin 18:16, 14 June 2011 (CDT))


Thanks for your kind words on the new coats of arms. I'm reaching my limits a bit with the skills and software I have. Anything Rayonne is beyond me. As is stuff like two-headed pelicans! Plus some of GRRM's descriptions do not make sense either! --Crackclaw 18:20, 16 August 2011 (CDT)


Wow, that is fantastic. Thanks for the tip.The Pale Griffin 19:17, 11 August 2011 (CDT)

=New Images

About the new images that have been added to the wiki in recent days. Do you know if we are allowed to use Other-in-Laws images? I know the Amoka Targaryen stuff is being used without permission. As are most of the maps that have been uploaded. I'm just worried that things are starting to spiral out of control on the wiki. The Pale Griffin 19:07, 10 September 2011 (UTC)


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Template:Kings of Westeros

Hi Scafloc! I'm Rhaena, the admin of the wiki in spanish. I wanted to ask for your help: I have been trying to create a template in my wiki similar to Template:Kings of Westeros, but my knowledge about template creation is almost none. Could you help me? I don't know very well what I must do to create a similar template in my wiki, but I thought it would be better if I ask you first, instead of doing something wrong and create a "monster-template". Thanks in advance for your help :) Best regards, --Rhaena Targaryen 21:17, 17 March 2013 (UTC)

  1. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 19, The Drowned Man.