aka Tadej

  • I live in Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • I was born on July 13
  • My occupation is student/unemployed
  • I am male


Hi, welcome to Game of Thrones Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the File:Tadej-176x220px.jpg page.

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Enjoy your editing and please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! The Dragon Demands (talk) 16:39, July 12, 2014 (UTC)


Please, do not remove brackets from name listings. They are a nod to the books' appendices which add brackets to the names of characters who have perished in the course of the novels. We do the same when a character dies in the series.

For example, " {Eddard Stark} " in a list or infobox indicates that Eddard is currently deceased. "Currently" is defined as the most recently aired episode. Note that brackets are only used in listings or infoboxes, not within the core text of articles.

This is a friendly warning, but removal of these brackets will be considered vandalism.

--The Dragon Demands (talk) 13:58, July 28, 2015 (UTC)

Ahhh thank you very much! It’s very kind of you to let me know about it. I was wondering about this (i.e. the use of bracket chars on Game of Thrones Wiki) for quite some time.
Tadejp (talk) 14:43, July 28, 2015 (UTC)


Something such as "Lord Snow," with the comma inside the quotation mark, is nonsense, thank you for fixing it.

This actually was not in "US style, putting the comma inside the quotation". It is not a quote but a short phrase or title.


Jon Snow gets sarcastically called "Lord Snow".

Period goes outside because it isn't a full "quotation", just a phrase or title.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 00:06, August 14, 2015 (UTC)

Hey, I am very happy to be helpful! :) You know, there are many examples like that, I would say probably in the majority of articles. For example in the article "The Mountain and the Viper" under Across the Narrow Sea section Daenerys inquires whether, when a slave is castrated, the masters take "all of it"; both the "pillar" and the "stones." and a bit below that Gently correcting his vocabulary, she notes that she doesn't remember teaching him the word "precious."Tadejp (talk) 15:45, August 14, 2015 (UTC)
Also, I didn't mean "US style" being in putting the comma inside the quotation but quote mark (which could be name, title as you mentioned). I know it wasn't a quote but just a phrase for the . But on English Wikipedia in U.S. articles phrases get quoted that way (with comma & dot inside the quotation mark); in articles about ones however they don't get - it's called logical quotation marks. – Tadejp (talk) 23:06, September 15, 2017 (UTC)
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