Jaehaerys Tyrell

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  1. Hmm? What is this about? Refresh my memory please.
  2. Did anyone else think Daenerys looked really evil in her scene? It actually made me interested in the character. If she goes back to being a blustery Mary Sue I'll be disappointed.
  3. She's probably saving that for her Bolton foetus.
  4. After Euron's costume, Ed Sheeran's cameo, and Arya being asked if she was of drinking age, it wouldn't have looked out of place for Arya to add the lot of them on Facebook and make plans to meet up at Glastonbury. Also the Arbor Gold was red. It's not even laziness, it's like they're actually putting effort into this level of inconsistency.
  5. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.telegraph.co.uk/tv/0/seven-houses-game-thrones-rules/amp/#scso=uid_WWIwRAAAkGQKUC-JjwtbRQ_2:0 The House Martell and House Tully sections are a bit strange. Rhaegar + Elia = Shireen? Not seen that before. And where on earth did they get details on Hoster and Brynden's parents?
  6. Ignorance is bliss, if Harry the Heir doesn't exist I think the Vale lords would rather not know that Sweetrobin's a bastard than deal with a succession crisis. Although everything there seems neat and orderly so maybe succession would pass smoothly to a third or fourth cousin. I don't think we'll get anything explicit on the matter of Sweetrobin's paternity, but we've been told so often that he's going to die young that it's almost a certainty he'll rule the Vale for the next 70 years and sire a handful of heirs but hey, I also wanted Shireen to be queen, so my expectations are cursed.
  7. Didn't the show establish you can take the face of a living person?
  8. I think it's hinted that LF is Robin's father but I don't think it'll ever be confirmed. It's implied that Jon had blonde hair and Lysa's was auburn, so it's ironic that Jon suspected Joffrey, Myrcella, and Tommen of being bastards because of their golden hair when his own son's brown hair doesn't exactly add up either.
  9. I find it very questionable that he felt the need to both make Daenerys 13 *and* include explicit sex scenes for her. And I could excuse it all for a piece of art if it wasn't for the way he describes the sweat trickling between her breasts, at which point it just passes into This Author is a Creep.
  10. Season 6 was the first season I watched "live" so to speak and I found it very unsatisfying, one episode a week just left me feeling unsatisfied with the events that had occurred
  11. I seriously question your morality. Killing them all (including the children) is not at all an appropriate response. They don't even know Arya's killed Lord Walder so how are they going to exact revenge against her? Even if they did know it was her, many more reasonable Freys may even see her actions as appropriate, she executed the three men who were mainly responsible for the unjust murders of her mother and brother in violation of guest right. And what would the Kings of Winter have to fear from a bunch of bitter Freys anyway? Also you yourself give "make peace" as one of options so I don't know how you go from that to "kill the children." Jesus Christ.
  12. I'm not sure how he'll deliver the Vale to the Mountain Clans with the Vale already allied with Jon and Jon supposedly bending the knee to Daenerys. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out (in the books if the show doesn't include it).
  13. I hope so, I always get excited to see minor characters make appearances
  14. How stupid, it's obvious Lord Robert Arryn is the only worthy consort for a dragon queen
  15. That was a joke lol It's GRRM writing the story, and I'm using what I know of his political views to consider how he might conclude it. I've not read any of his other works though, so maybe that isn't his style, to finish a book that way. Perhaps somebody could shed light on that. Westerosi society fucks over a lot of people though, and yeah, none of them are actually real, but the series deals with some very complex and widespread conflicts and it's not inconceivable that some sort of significant change will be involved in the ending. With a narrative on such a massive scale you can't just end it with, "and then everyone went back to being starving peasants ruled over by patriarchal nobility for another eight thousand years." What would be the point? Authors love writing books that reflect their idealogical agendas, think Margaret Atwood and Philip Pullman. For many authors it's the whole point. Even in ASOIAF, GRRM supports the US admitting refugees, he portrays the refugee issue in the Wildlings, Jon reflects GRRM's own views, and you can see he approves of admitting the Wildlings. He didn't necessarily write that with real life refugees in mind, but he has a political view, and this is portrayed in the series he has written.