TheSeer27

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  1. Glass Gardens in Winterfell

    Jon thought about building one at the Wall so it cant be just Winterfell is able to have one. So apparently its strictly monetary?
  2. Glass Gardens in Winterfell

    Rereading Dance I found this very odd. How is it that Winterfell is able to have these? And why don't more houses in the North have one? Its obviously insanely valuable to have the ability to grow food in the middle of winter when crops are dead and food is scarce. And I can't imagine its only because the Starks are rich enough to own one. Is it just the placement of Winterfell that makes it possible? And how was it built in the first place, seems incredibly too complex for the current world of Westeros. I'm sure this has been discussed before so any links to theories is appreciated.
  3. Why there is not Baratheon POV chapter in asoiaf

    I don't see any reason for a Robert chapter, or a Renly chapter. We know enough of them for the most part. But yea I really would have loved a Stannis POV. On rereads I always find A Clash of Kings the toughest to get through and having some Stannis perspective would have made it a lot better. Sorry Davos fans, but the Onion Knight just doesn't do it for me. Cressen would have been better imo.
  4. Satin

    Yea I found this out after I did a little research. Interesting about Lyn Corbray.
  5. Satin

    ^ignore that lol Satin was brought to the Wall when he was found in a dungeon in Gulltown. He never volunteered. Nor is it said what he did.
  6. Satin

  7. Satin

    I made a post in re-read project but realized I probably should have put it here. Who is he and who is he working for? Its said he came from a brothel in Old Town, which of course reeks of Marwyn. But would Marwyn need eyes at the Wall? Well it is a magical place, so it does make sense. But it seems Satin definitely had something to do with Jon being murdered. Satin was very bad at keeping Jon's fires lit, which means he was off doing something else. Possibly conferring with whoever he is working for. Also, it was odd that when he was being attacked, Jon couldn't get Long Claw out of its scabbard. Which very well could have been planned. If you are going to murder someone it makes sense to disarm them without their knowing. Of course Satin being Jon's squire would be the prime suspect. He handles Jon's sword all the time. But it doesn't seem like Satin was working with the mutiny of the NW that stabbed Jon. They all were very much against Jon taking him on as a squire, and generally looked down on him for being a whore. So, what's going on here?
  8. Satin

    On further research, Satin was born and raised in the brothel in Old Town, but was found and brought to the wall from a dungeon in Gulltown. Even more baffling. LittleFinger? He of course has reason for wanting Jon dead. Jon could have claims in WF over Sansa if Robb named him his heir.
  9. Satin

    Who is he and who is he working for? Its said he came from a brothel in Old Town, which of course reeks of Marwyn. But would Marwyn need eyes at the Wall? Well it is a magical place, so it does make sense. But it seems Satin definitely had something to do with Jon being murdered. Satin was very bad at keeping Jon's fires lit, which means he was off doing something else. Possibly conferring with whoever he is working for. Also, it was odd that when he was being attacked, Jon couldn't get Long Claw out of its scabbard. Which very well could have been planned. If you are going to murder someone it makes sense to disarm them without their knowing. Of course Satin being Jon's squire would be the prime suspect. He handles Jon's sword all the time. But it doesn't seem like Satin was working with the mutiny of the NW that stabbed Jon. They all were very much against Jon taking him on as a squire, and generally looked down on him for being a whore. So, what's going on here?
  10. It's not Alys Karstark, either

    The first time I read Dance I didn't really think twice about Alys but on a re-read I found it really odd. I don't agree that she is actually Arya. But I do think she could be someone else other than Alys. The whole thing is very strange. She seemed ok with marrying the Thenn and actually almost seemed like she expected it. Could she be one of the spearwives Mance took with him to Winterfell? Could be part of Mance's "ploy". Also does Jon even have the authority to broker this marriage? He said it was his idea. Yes he is LORD Commander but the NW is supposed to stay out of affairs of the Realm, can't imagine making marriage alliances is part of being Lord Commander. Also the guy who she was running from (cant think of his name of the top of my head) acts really bizarre when hes been imprisoned after a while. Howling like a wolf and throwing his feces at guards? Da fuck? I don't know, whole thing is very strange.
  11. lol I c. I def agree that Walder is very comical. What few lines he had cracked me up.
  12. more interesting than Jon and Sansa? I get Sansa has some stupid moments, but Jon? Would think you would have went with like Victarion or Damphair, or Brienne. Wouldn't mind getting rid of some of those chapters imo. Plus, Idk if readers wanna read about an old man canoodling some poor young girl lol
  13. N+A=D?

    ^What he said.
  14. Sandor, could pick! That would be really interesting.
  15. N+A=D?

    lol YouTubers.