courtier could be thought ot be a part of rokugani language such as samurai or shugenja... i know it's a bit far fetched, but tht was my thought on it at least... --Majushi 18:19, 13 Sep 2005 (EDT)

Yeah, but it is English. Well, technically French, I think. The Rokugani word would probably be choushin, jishin, or tenjoubito. There seem to be quite a few words for it, probably all with minute differences in meaning and use, knowing how Japanese seems to work. --WestonWyse 17:23, 13 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Corrected spelling and grammatical inconsistencies. As courtier is likely to be a general reference, I figure that it might be best to reference as few "current" storyline events as possible. --Kitsuki Ikeda 16:39, 06 Jun 2006 (HKT)

What is the issue with the article? It was an original work that I wrote for the site. I'd be disappointed if it was deleted. What needs to happen here? --Dairu 21:01, 9 April 2007 (UTC)

The article is well written. The problem is that there was not a single reference in it to where you were taking your information from. Look at other articles such as Hitomi or Kakita Toshimoko to get an idea of what we are trying to get to with our references... If you feel you can do something similar with this Courtier article, goto the courtier article's History, and click on the version prior to the copyright blurb being added (currently second from the top), and edit that version with your sources. --Majushi 23:57, 9 April 2007 (UTC)

I realize that this article hasn't moved since last time we edited it. I ordered Mater of Courts, so I guess I will complete it when I get it. In the mean time (and to answer WestonWyse question, "courtier" is not a French word but an English one. The French equivalent is "courtisan"). - Alphast 14:08, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

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