Meera of Tarth

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  1. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Gendry's been away from all that stuff......
  2. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    I have to be very delicate with all of this… But with Season 7 largely wrapped, know that plenty more theories have been very, very wrong. To listen to these theories for this season, you just have to try to keep your face straight, and sometimes it’s so ludicrous that I just burst out laughing.
  3. How do D&D decide what to keep/cut..?

    Yes, I agree with what you say, except the fact that IMHO Jaime is not an important character for them. He is only a part of Cersei's arc. It doesn't matter if he does things that are out of character or acts like if he was not intelligent enough.
  4. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Yep, I agree with that. Direwolves are welcome
  5. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    http://watchersonthewall.com/game-thrones-stars-weigh-season-7-8/#more-89446
  6. Best acted scene in the series

    Oh, I really like one. One of the moments that Cersei is reminded she is not as important as she thinks she is That scene from Meera when she says that is also one of my favourites. I think it's a little foreshadowing of her taking care of Bran in a future and their relationship that will come closer , but the most important thing is that it illustrates Meera's character in a meaningful way: -it shows she doesn't care about what others think of what should be appropiate or not=she is independent -it shows that Bran (those who will need help) are important people by themselves. There is no shame in that. He is who he is, no matter what happened to him. He is not just "a cripple". He is a person. He is Bran.
  7. Most Courageous Act in ASOIAF

    These two, I second them.
  8. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Thanks for the clarification. I suspected he didn't order it, but I don't know the story in all the details, and being told otherwise I preferred not to mention it, since I only discuss the things I know from certain; and thus, I didn't address that sentence in particular the first time.
  9. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    I'm not aware/don't remember who orchestrated these murders. My understanding is that it was Tyrin, not sure about Robert. So maybe the order should be: (less evil) Robert<<<Tywin<<<<<Aerys approx. equal to Cersei (most evil) I am not really sure if we can say Aerys is as evil as Cersei, bc he really was very bad and killed people, but when we has about to burn the city he would have probably have burned it with him in (meaning maybe he was having hallucinations, which I don't think so, but could be) I haven't said that Aerys statements were "irrelevant" to a kingsguard, but to a knight. A kingsguard is a title given to a knight that has specialized in guarding a king, as the name says. But it's interesting you bring that topic because Jaime's arc is always about "the vows". The duality of his decision: was it good or bad? Which vows are the ones I should take into account when they are contradictory? In fact, Brienne is the one who reminds him of that he is in a knight in Season 6, and it's also interesting he is a not a kingsguard anymore from s6 on. I don't think it's a coincidence. His arc in the books it's also about being a knight more than anything else.
  10. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    No, actually you mentioned them on separate sentences: Red Wedding vs Robert killing Rhaegar. And I answered you separately. I already said it was high treason, so it seems we agree on that. Irrelevant? How planning to burn the city is irrelevant to a knight? She's there until someone re-usurps it or claims it...or kills her.
  11. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    ??? Robert did not murder Elia and the babies. Robert is not Tywin either. the example You mentioned was Robert killing Rhaegar, and it was in a battle. I wouldn't say Jaime commits an atrocity. It was high treason, that's true, but necessary. He kills a monarch who was like Cersei, that wanted to kill people burning the city. I don't think killing Cersei would be an atrocity, either. Sorry, this is so true. When you mentioned lords for some reason I thought there were other lords from the past, long before the Rebellion, but it's true. I always have on my mind them as Brandon and Rickard, and since it was just before the Rebellion (the moment when he went crazy) I was thinking about a period of time before that, thinking you were referring that he had been killing lords in general since he was crowned. I don't know why I forgot about them, but it's completely true. It was a lapse. Yes, he was probably the most similar one to Cersei.
  12. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Well it's different basically because his army were the ones who did it, so if they decided they would execute his orders, they would still be loyal to him afterwards. The Lannister's army were loyal to Tywin and Kevan, if they are the same people, they might not be very concerned about the incident of the Sept (they are "bad" people), but Cersei is not a commander, she has not fought in battle with them, she has actually murdered Kevan (they were loyal to him and his brother) and, apart from that, the Red Wedding was about killing the enemy, and the Queen and the kIng (he committed suicide as a consequence of that) were not precisely the enemy. They should be loyal to the King and he was a Lannister. As for Cersei, I don't think she will blame anyone else. I think she is proud of her action. If there is a plothole and all the soldiers from the Lannisters are loyal to her (making it the big army that the leaks suggest it will be) they won't be with her because she says the contrary. The showrunners mentioned we should fear her. She is on Cersei's evil mode from now on. She won't say she didn't do it. On the contrary. PS: I think that even if all the soldiers were loyal to her the army should not be as big as it is suggested, considering they have to beat Dany and Jon (I don't know about the numbers of eachside because I don't pay a lot of attention to them when watching the show, but my understanding is that Dany and Jon's side is much much bigger than Cersei's). However, I think it's impossible that all of them (to make a big army) are loyal to her for the reasons I mentioned in my first paragraph. So that means she realistically shouldn't have that big army on her side. We know the consequences of it: Stannis in s5.
  13. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    I was addressing the bolded points, the fact that Cersei was the only one who organised the Sept incident and it's virtually impossible that people can think another person did it, as you claimed it could be. As for the points you mention, I'll leave Aegon II out because I've not read aWOIAF. -in Tywin's case, he was a commander, and his men were the ones who actually obeyed his orders in order to kill everyone who was killed in the Red Wedding. It's very different from Cersei's terrorist attack. -In Robert's case it was at war times. I think we talked about that not so long ago. -Aerys, I was not aware that he murdered lords during times of peace, but in the case of raping his wife, that's not a reason why his army would not be loyal to him (assuming they knew about that) because that was a private affair, and many kings through real and fictional history have done that and nothing happened because that was not banned.(eve if it's a grotesque thing).
  14. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    But even if it not common knowledge yet, it is blatantly obvious that Cersei is the one who organized the events. First of all, it was her trial and she is the one who survived, the King's corpse is not burned (so he was not in the Sept, and that means that the one who burned the Sept wanted him out of it) and finally Cersei has crowned herself Queen of the 7 Kingdoms. The news will arrive to the rest of the 7 kingdoms in the first episode (Cersei will have informed that she is Queen), at most. Then they will know that the Sept has been burned with the HS, the heir of HG, the Queen, the Hand of the King (Lannister) and the other nobles who attended the trial. Maybe the news have actually arrived by the end of 6.10 because the last episode shows the events of Dorne weeks after the incident happened.