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Regarding Tethras Garen Edit
The Codex entries found in the Legacy DLC, inform us of a prince's name which is Tethras Garen, son of Paragon Garen. Tethras in this case is a first name of a person who was lost in the Corypheus's Prison and does not seem to have any relation with the House Tethras as the members' of the houses share their last name with the house that they belong to.
Houses in Surface DwarvesEdit
I added the house to the category following the example that both characters and houses were part of Category:Noble_caste. Why aren't we adding surface houses to the category? :) Henio0 (talk) 18:37, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
- There aren't any surface houses. The "house" is a dwarven term, used by the underground dwarves to be precise and has to do with their tradition and religion. Also note that the houses have generally stronger bonds between their members than families. On the surface, there are families, like the Guerrin family or the Cousland family. And House Tethras is already part of the Category:Families when we refer to it's current (exiled) form. 18:45, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
Missing Source & Conflicting Information Edit
What is the source for Varric and Bartrand's ages? i.e. What canon material states "Andvar Tethras died in 9:3 Dragon" (or that he died five years after their exile) and provides Bartrand and Varric's ages at the time? I don't dispute the information, but it'd be useful to have the source along with how their birth years were calculated. Also, was Bartrand eight or ten in 9:3 Dragon? This page says eight, while Bartrand's own page says ten (though they both agree he was born in 8:93 Blessed). This page, Bartrand's, and Varric's are all missing an explicit source for this information.