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Capitalising the definite article in names

I'm a bit confused on the proper capitalization rules when "the" is part of someone's title. For example, if I have a character referred to as "The Blacksmith", which of these sentences would be correct?

In an era long gone by, there existed an entity known as The Blacksmith.

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In an era long gone by, there existed an entity known as the Blacksmith.

marked as duplicate by Andrew Leach, Roaring Fish, tchrist, StoneyB, JSBձոգչ Nov 11 '12 at 12:53

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