Why on earth are so many pages protected? It's making it very difficult for ordinary users to make good-faith edits, especially in light of the new season.
Regardless, since I can't do the edits, it would be nice if someone with elevated privileges could change the Lady of Bear Island to Lyanna Mormont, since it appears that Maege Mormont is dead as of episode 2.
In the books I noticed that when Robb Stark fought Jaime Lannister in defence of Riverrun, Robb had a personal guard and one of which was a woman named Cacey Mormont, Maege's eldest daughter, But this person isn't on the Mormont family tree
22.214.171.124 17:10, October 27, 2015 (UTC)Frost
That's because the family tree is for the show, not the books. Until we either see Cacey Mormont, or another character mentions her on the show, she will not be added. - 126.96.36.199 17:53, October 27, 2015 (UTC)
Seriously, there's not even a History section. As if the Mormonts haven't been mentioned! Come on. —188.8.131.52 09:59, May 26, 2016 (UTC)#
Please fix turncoat -> turncloak.
Also plz fix The army marches South into the Ricerlands. -> The army marches south into the Riverlands.
Write error in section SEASON 1
"Lyanna Mormont joins Jon, Sansa, Tormund and Ser Davos for the parlay with Ramsay Bolton, Warden of the North. She intensely stares him down. " lol...
Linda Antonsson was asked about the status of House Mormont on one of her livestream reviews from Game of Thrones. She responded that the house might have to "dredge up some second cousins". While she's not involved in the show, the logic is rather sound -- we don't know that there aren't any cousins of Jeor and Maege, since the Mormonts are a fairly old house. Unlike the Umbers, they have not been acknowledged as entirely extinct on-screen.
Indeed, between 8x01 and 8x02, the Umbers were listed as "unknown" rather than "extinct," as hypothetically Ned Umber could have had cousins before Jon is told that "the Umbers" are fighting with the dead. Princess Eska (talk) 02:09, May 3, 2019 (UTC)