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I count four times you have removed heraldry from Sansa's page, even though several people have added it back, an admin included. Please re-add the heraldry and leave it as is. --Potsk (talk) 03:09, May 27, 2019 (UTC)
Adding the section "Contemplated kingslayers" to the Regicide article was fine, but there has to be a limit to it.
You cannot add to that list anyone who ever fought or acted against a king, otherwise the list would be endless: Jaime - because he fought against Robb in the Battle of the Whispering Wood; Renly - because he prepared to fight against Stannis; Mance Rayder - because his host fought against Stannis's host, etc.
Fighting against a monarch during a battle (not a specific attempt of assassination), with or without the specific intention to kill the monarch - cannot be considered as a contemplated kingslaying.
One more thing: implying to someone that a certain monarch may dispose of him is not a contemplated kingslaying either.
You keep adding the same items you added before, which have been deleted - Arya's intention of killing Joffrey and Varys's fate.
Just because someone makes a wish to kill a monarch - it does not count as a contemplated kinslaying. Arya included Joffrey in her death list, but did absolutely nothing to realize her wish to kill Joffrey. In respect of Cersei, Arya actually planned to kill her and took steps to accomplish that, therefore this item belongs to the section.
Varys's fate is irrelevant. His intention to kill Daenerys is relevant, and so is the reason he failed.
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- I specifically warned you not to add Arya's wish to kill Joffrey to the list of "Contemplated and would-be kingslayers", and explained why, but you wouldn't listen. This time it will cost you. Moonracer (talk) 04:53, June 16, 2019 (UTC)