Lord Wraith

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  1. Thanks.
  2. Anyone a have a theory on Jon wielding Dark Sister? I recently found some things to make me think he will but I was wondering if anyone previously had written anything on the issue
  3. I think Baelish preventing Stannis from taking the Throne is one of Baelish's primary motivations. Stannis at best would remove him from the Council and send him back to the Fingers. He knows the Lannisters are already moving against Robert and any overt move would cause the Lannister to hasten their plan to kill Robert. Luckily for him none of the Great Lords really like Stannis or would support him in war. Cersei is Queen, Jaime is on the KL, Pycelle is Tywin's man. Even Ned notices how many Lannisters are in KL and the lack of Baratheon men. That's one of the reasons he needs Ned in KL to keep the Lannisters in check. Also I pretty certainly he has his hand in the whole Renly plan to bring Margaery to court to replace Cersei. I agree he would have worked with Ned until Ned insisted that Stannis be King.
  4. Glad others had this thought as well.
  5. Don't we all?
  6. I'm sure all the Lords of the Reach with band together and declare Sam LP of the Reach for no reason, just like the Northern and Vale Lords did for Jon.
  7. Right up there with why was Jon's corpse the most important thing to him have Stannis died... because D&D wanted it to happen.
  8. Mayhaps he thinks a child from a Valyrian like Dany would produce the Stallion that Mounts the world?
  9. Some people theorize that Rhaegar was the one behind the Tournament at Harrenhal. He intended to hold a Great Council to peacefully depose his father. Of course Varys tipped Aerys off which is why he attended the tournament.
  10. "Creatively it made sense to us because we wanted it to happen." D&D
  11. Reading now. Cheers.
  12. Oh I thought your were talking about Maelys killing a bunch of relatives.
  13. Cersei making appointments is also what prevented Richard Horpe, a skilled Stormlander knight from being appointed to the King's Guard. Probably so a toadie like Blount could get in.
  14. @sweetsunray Maelys to the best of my knowledge killed one Blackfyre to take control of the Golden Company. Not sure where you are getting the idea about sisters and cousins, if you have I quote I would love to see it Between the sacking of Tyrosh by the GC and the Band of Nine. Also the lack of success for previous members of the family I can see the nobility getting rid of them. Look how quickly the nobility of the Free Cities soured on Viserys and Dany.
  15. My Tolkien knowledge isn't what it used to be but the description makes me think of Ringil the Sword of Fingolfin. Doesn't say three sapphires however but fits the rest of his motif I suppose. I wonder if this could be part of "Sapphires" means lies or has that theory been disproven? This is a nice catch.