There is a similar and better-developed kata:
Thanks for the info!
Too late! ( Sorry. )
This kata is retired, and retirement is final. You could try to publish another kata with the same content, but quite probably it'll get retired as well because the kata is a duplicate. I haven't actually looked for kata with the same task, but I remember quite a few that were effectively the same.
Having a novel idea for a kata is hard, these days. Publishing a new kata is not easy anyway. You have to get most everything right immediately. This includes random tests - they really are not optional. Or you'll get bad ratings and it will get retired at worst or never make it out of beta at best.
No random tests. Legacy JS version at time of publishing. Legacy testing framework version.
Did you read available documentation on publishing your first kata?
Yes, I agree with you
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There's already an abundance of katas where you have to compare input to some fixed values.
Not an issue.
Not an issue
GOTR spoiler is not very welcome for some!
You have far too many tests for this problem. I don't think the difficulty of this problem even fits 8 kyu begginers
The description could be improved, for example to be:
"Most of us love Game of Thrones, but you can do the kata whether you've watched it or not. Let's help Jon Snow meet his parents!
Write a function that will receive 2 parameters: dad and mom. If the two names are correct, return "Jon Snow, you deserve the throne" but if not return "You know nothing, Jon Snow".
Note: Jon Snow's dad is Rhaegar Targaryen and his mother is Lyanna Stark."
But mainly, would love a bit of a twist. At least having to make the "Lyanna Stark, Rhaegar Targaryen" test case work (e.g. rename method params to parent1, parent2)