This article should be moved to "Brienne Tarth", which is her actual name.
- First of all, sign your articles. And second, the character is called "Brienne" or "Brienne of Tarth"... that's how she's credited and how she's called in the books. Period.--Gonzalo84 00:03, April 7, 2012 (UTC)
- I think we should rename this page to "Brienne of Tarth"; only the smallfolk have only one name, and titling the article with only one name sort of obscures that she's a member of the nobility. Even A Wiki of Ice and Fire lists her as "Brienne of Tarth". --The Dragon Demands 18:58, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
- Go ahead.--Opark 77 19:21, May 18, 2012 (UTC)
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Laurena from Tennessee
I've noticed two typos within the text relating to Jaime Lannister. In both of these, his first name is spelt as "Jamie" rather than "Jaime"
"After both are delivered to Harrnehal where Jaime's infected stump is treated, Brienne and Jamie share an intimate moment at the communal bath."
"Brienne talking to Jamie before she leaves."
- You know you can fix them yourself, right? The page is not locked as far as I'm aware. At any rate I've fixed them. Jack First of His Name (talk) 12:44, July 21, 2014 (UTC)
Why the white hair?
She will be found to be a Targaryan.
220.127.116.11 04:30, May 30, 2015 (UTC)
She ain't a warrior anymore, give this lady the rank of knight!
errors in S8 abstract
+ Brienne is overseeing Podrick training common soldiers. Podrick is the teacher! He is far better than the commoners.
+ It is Tormund who believes kings make knights, not Brienne making this mistake. Brienne tells "women can't be knights... because of tradition" -- Jamie responds to Tormunds fantastic "I am not a king but if I were I would knight you ten times over". Kajjo (talk) 09:58, April 24, 2019 (UTC)
Shouldn't Brienne have a Stark shield in the Infobox as well as a Tarth one? She is the sworn sword to Lady Sansa.