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Thanks, but I think you misunderstood me! I meant to ask what voice it's told in: a maester talking, like in "World of Ice and Fire," ("Later in that year, the Lord Rottingham took leave of Castle Beardsmith and took his army west, to the plains of...") or a traditional narrative, like, er, a story ("Lord Rottingham took-out his sword. 'A curse upon your putrid meats, sir!' he said to Lord Smellybeef.").

Either way is fine, but I'm curious.

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