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- I'm not sure it was just a simple renaming. On the surface that sounds like saying that the USSR and Russia should be in the same article- but we don't because one succeeded the other. This sounds like a similar situation- Gowron said that the House of Kozak was "gone" after the brek'tal ritual and was then known as the House of Quark, which was then renamed to the House of Grilka.--31dot 17:55, December 9, 2011 (UTC)
I'm not sure that's a fair comparison, since Russia was only a component of the USSR, at least so far as parts of the USSR aren't Russia. The only difference between the House of Kozak and the House of Grilka, is Kozak himself. Earlier in the episode it was stated that a special dispensation would allow Grilka to lead the house, not refound it. - Archduk3 18:11, December 9, 2011 (UTC)
- Your comment is fair, though I guess I had the UN on my mind when I made that comparison, as Russia took the USSR's Security Council seat and is regarded as a successor state in most treaties. I stand by my opinion, but I will not obstruct any further action here.--31dot 19:17, December 9, 2011 (UTC)
Is there a House of Grilka?Edit
The episode never references a "House of Grilka". Gowron grants Grilka special compensation: "You can lead your House on your own..." - the phrase "your House" is also used when he asks "Grilka... where is the leader of your House?" So the phrase "your House" doesn't necessarily mean that she is the leader. Grilka tells Quark "You've given me back my House and my family name." - assuming the name of one's house IS their family name, that suggests it will be the House of Kozak again, not the House of Grilka. TheHYPO (talk) 19:37, November 18, 2016 (UTC)