Talk: Symon Silver Tongue

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Division of the page in books

This is small character. It's rather odd to divide the small content in multiple book sections. Besidea there is not need. A division in sections is usefull when you want to show what the subject is of parts of the article. In this case the article is so small that such a division is not usefull. Besides there is no consensus about dividing an article in said divison: Discussion about what a character page should contain on website Westeros. Regards, Scafloc 01:14, 8 May 2010 (UTC)


Why was this moved from "Symon Silver Tongue" to "Symon (Silver Tongue)"? When Tyrion meets him in A Clash of Kings-Chapter 44, the singer states, "I am called Symon Silver Tongue, my lord." GRRM's canon phrasing, "Symon Silver Tongue", serves to disambiguate him from other Symons, like Symon Hollard. Nittanian 15:31, 8 September 2014 (UTC)