Ice Spider

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  1. Which still doesn't change the fact that after Robert took the throne, his blood became Kings blood, and all lines of succession flowed throw him, not Targaryens. What is so difficult for you to grasp on that concept? It's really not that difficult. You and a few others are so obsessed with "Targaryen blood" it's laughable really. Why only go back that far, why not go back to the Andels, or the first men? All this useless babbling on about how people would not support Cersei (looking at you Meera of tarth) is pointless. As if people haven't supported ruthless rulers in the past (Hitler anyone?). You might be amazed at who people will support when the invasion of their homes is imminent. So this nonsense of Cersei as a usurper is just blatantly wrong, and I am by no means a Cersei fan, I just know nonsense when I see it. I've got no beef with the fact that Cersie's army should be nowhere as strong as it is. Although I can see Tarly's forces betraying the Tyrell's as a big enough setback to sway the outcome of one battle, but not swing the outcome of the war itself. And yes, I can actually understand a good portion of the Lannister army deserting Cersei, and in fact I think they will do so, and join Jamie and head North. Perhaps then we will see the Iron bank mobilize a force to dispatch of Cersei.
  2. Good try, But this is all completely wrong. The line of succession is Baretheon, Targ blood has nothing to do with anything at this point. Gendry could only become an heir if he was legitimized.
  3. And they think he was killed.
  4. Then tell me, who is the legal heir, if not Cersei. I have asked this numerous times, and you have yet to answer,
  5. I have never talked about anyone liking it, just the fact that "technically" she is the legal heir.
  6. The only way a bastard can take the throne is to be legitimized, so that isn't happening, and at this point, the only ones that know Gendry is a descendant of Robert are the viewers, and a very dead Ned Stark.
  7. Again, you avoided the question. Just blah blah blah this, blah blah blah that. Let me get my crayons and I will draw you a picture......... After Robert Baretheon the line of succession went like this: 1) Joffrey 2) Tommen 3) Mycella 4) Stannis 5) Cersei Now, you can argue that Cersei's children are not from Robert, but that is only a rumor. The line of succession has a clear path down through the Baretheon line, with Cersei being last in line as she is a Baretheon by marriage. She did not usurp the crown. It was hers by law. Now you can ramble on and on about how the people hate her, etc etc, but that still does not change the fact. Admit you were wrong and move on.
  8. LMAO at everyone thinking Sandor is the only one that would have a chance. Err, Ahh, did everyone forget Sandor got his ass kicked by Brienne? Think about that one for awhile, then think a bit more before you offer up any excuses as to why he got his ass kicked by a girl. Dario would have a chance, if he fought the same way that the Viper did., Oberyn started out by cutting the mountains achilles, rendering him immobile.
  9. LMAO, so that's your answer? Everyone should just pack their bags and go home? Seriously? Or is it when you actually thought about it, Cersei was indeed next in line of succession?
  10. OK, I will play, who in your opinion, was the legit heir after Tommen's death?
  11. You posted a lot of words, but none of them actually meant anything. My comment was on succession, not strength of forces etc. Cersei, as portrayed on the show, was the legit heir.
  12. ??? For starters, look no further than the battle between Stannis's men vs the Wildlings. Even Tormund commented on how they wildlings did not stand a chance against a mounted force "They rode through us like butter".
  13. Actually, this is incorrect. It's the Baretheon's that own the line of succession, seeing how there are no Baretheon heirs, it would fall to the queen mother, Cersie Baretheon, not a Lannister. Had Stannis managed to stay alive, he would be the rightful heir, kinda funny isn't it?
  14. That has to be the most ridiculous argument I have heard in a long time, in all due respect. The Question was who was smartest, not who had the highest IQ, for starters. Your understanding of how standard IQ tests are administered is extremely flawed, a different test is given, dependent on which age bracket the testee falls into. This does not equate to an IQ of 120 for a 12 year old = the same intelligence of an IQ of 120 for a 30 year old. Give them the same test and the scores would be much, much different.
  15. If your going to quote me, get your facts straight, My reference was to the Battle North of the Wall, not when the "remnants" of the Wildling Army was in the Battle of the Bastards.