One-eyed Misbehavin

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  1. Stannis' sword Mormonts Raven Patchface's Red wedding Victarion's Hand which I really want to know more about
  2. interesting but I can't say is call that Targ madness... That shit is no joke. Daemon was just not nearly as cruel
  3. Yep I left out the Blackfyre part but absolutely nice catch
  4. But I've been proven wrong/Overlooked so many things in every book that nothing would surprise me
  5. He was even hopping down from his horse and lending a hand to help up all of the foes he "defeated" He also had no idea (at least not the full extent) of the Glendon Flowers torture. And overall was fairly graceful while his underlings did the dirty work.
  6. It's been awhile since I read it but I don't remember Daemon ever being particularly cruel. He could have (possibly) known of some of the cruel actions of Peake and Heddle, but I just can't remember he himself showing the Targ cruelness.
  7. Re-Reading some random chapters from ASOS and I noticed something I thought interesting. Lady Olenna 1st compares her son to a puff fish and says "My son ought to take the puff fish for his sigil, if truth be told. He could put a crown on it, the way the Baratheons do their stag, mayhap that would make him happy. We should have stayed well out of all this bloody foolishness if you ask me, but once the cow's been milked there's no squirting the cream back up her udder. After Lord Puff Fish put that crown on Renly's head, we were into the pudding up to our knees" For me this immediately brought to mind Lord Butterwell because of the cow reference and their efforts in crowning a new king. While I recognize the many differences such as Butterwell did not have a daughter end up marrying into the royal family and I suppose Daemon had a (somewhat) better claim than Renly but both are really ridiculous and just envious. But then I looked at the similarities, both Tyrell and Butterwell were hand of the kings despite being incapable and overall "oafs" and both decided to crown a king that was "Gallant, charming, very clean and knew how to smile" and overall just made fast friends easily. So I guess in this situation Mace Tyrell would be Butterwell and Renly would be Daeron. I'm not trying to blow anyone's mind obviously I just thought that was interesting and I'm more worried for the Tyrells as a whole than ever before.
  8. I think he was skinchanging in KL it would be odd imo. Especially considering some lowly septon was slain by BR (or more likely his men) within a week after he preached. That's a short time for that info to get back to KL and dispatch men to execute him
  9. Ahh I see. I agree with you
  10. True but he knew he was coming and offered him safe conduct. He wasn't caught off guard or anything. He made a choice. Idk it's just he didn't go down swinging for a reason of his own.
  11. That would mean fighting the side he dedicated his adult life to saving/preserving. He wasn't self-serving enough to fight Egg when he knew Egg had to make that decision. And besides he had to come back north sometime anyway
  12. He sacrificed his honor for the good of the realm. He didn't cross him, he made him.
  13. I also think he would pour himself into his work. Good point
  14. Ok I did read that, 3 times or so just forgot I suppose. But much appreciated for the quote
  15. Comparing the "world bank" and a person in terms of "power" would normally be ridiculous. But if you're being honest with yourself, Bloodraven could probably just keep skin changing into different leaders of the iron bank until the leaders were in no position to secure a bank properly. Bloodraven wins bc he could remain anonymous while the iron bank is trying to fight ghosts. It's really not even fair