...Obvious how exactly? I like this theory, but it has just as much, if not less, evidence as the "Blackfish is gay" theory.
When I read the books it seemed pretty obvious that Blackfish liked his brother's wife, not men.
He makes references to Minisa once or twice. This:
Why do you think its her?
And possibly telling Catelyn that she had her mother's eyes. I'm not the only one who remembers that quote, but I can't find it in the books, so IDK if it really exists.
"Once he called me by Mother’s name.”
“He misses her still,” Ser Brynden answered. “You have her face. I can see it in your cheekbones, and your jaw . . .”
“You remember more of her than I do. It has been a long time.”
That's pretty much it for the reason people think Brynden was in love with Minisa and not some other woman.
Edited by Wentwarth, 14 April 2012 - 12:08 PM.