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Tenses and overspecification Edit
Unic of the borg,
I undid your last edit for two reasons:
First, you keep mixing past and present tenses in your edits. If the paragraph you edit is in present tense - then your edit should be in present tense too, except when referring to past events.
For example: Ser Barristan tells Daenerys about the atrocities her father committed.
Second, you tend to add too many details. Accuracy is a good thing, but when it is overspecific - it becomes a burden on the readers, thus defeating its purpose. Describing scenes and events thoroughly is appropriate for recaps of episodes, not for articles like the ones you edited. You have to distinguish between main and minor details. For instance, it is not necessary to add what Jaime intends to do in the future, since it never actually happens.
- Sorry about that. I tend to overlook some things, but i had good intentions. As for the Standoff at the Great Sept of Baelor, I felt it required more detail. Usually when I read articles about events, they tend to go on in detail regarding how these events came to pass.--Unic of the borg (talk) 21:30, February 16, 2020 (UTC)