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According to the books it seems that bastardy in Dorne is more accepted than in the other parts in Westeros! The paramour of Oberyn Martell, Ellaria Sand, is a respected person I think, also Oberyns daughters, the Sand Snakes! Shouldn't that be mentioned in the article? --[[User:Exodianecross|Exodianecross]] 00:00, 9 July 2013 (UTC)
 
According to the books it seems that bastardy in Dorne is more accepted than in the other parts in Westeros! The paramour of Oberyn Martell, Ellaria Sand, is a respected person I think, also Oberyns daughters, the Sand Snakes! Shouldn't that be mentioned in the article? --[[User:Exodianecross|Exodianecross]] 00:00, 9 July 2013 (UTC)
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== Bastardy and kinslayling ==
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Maybe we should point out in the article that even if having bastards is disgraceful, it would be kinslaying to kill them, regardless of the status.--[[User:Exodianecross|Exodianecross]] ([[User talk:Exodianecross|talk]]) 17:42, 16 June 2016 (UTC)

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Social status / Bastardy in Dorne

According to the books it seems that bastardy in Dorne is more accepted than in the other parts in Westeros! The paramour of Oberyn Martell, Ellaria Sand, is a respected person I think, also Oberyns daughters, the Sand Snakes! Shouldn't that be mentioned in the article? --Exodianecross 00:00, 9 July 2013 (UTC)

Bastardy and kinslayling

Maybe we should point out in the article that even if having bastards is disgraceful, it would be kinslaying to kill them, regardless of the status.--Exodianecross (talk) 17:42, 16 June 2016 (UTC)