Sandokan I Ironborn

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  1. Well, in my humble opinion Robb couldn't have settle in Moat Callin for those reasons : 1) what about Riverrun ? 2) he needed to ensure some alliances with Stannis or Renly 3) the north was going to be invaded by Ironmen anyway
  2. Hey, If you guys have to choose ONE solid book evidence that RLJ is true, in order to convince a friend for example, what would it be ? ^^
  3. Pretty obvious that the golden one is Jaime, IIRC we even have the quote "the things I do for love". Then the stone giant is a bit more mysterious. It reminds me the Titan of Braavos, so the "thick black blood" could be some strange Faceless Men foreshadowing, perhaps ?
  4. King: Aegon IV Queen: Cersei Lannister Hand of the king: Littlefinger Master of Laws: Ramsay Bolton Master of Ships: Euron Greyjoy Master of Whispers: Qyburn Master of Coin: Robert Baratheon Commander of the Guard: Gregor Clegane (good squad isn't it ? :>)
  5. Betting money on either Tyrion, Dany or Jon would be throwing it by windows for sure. At least two of them (all of them?) will die some way or another. Tyrion is genius but has been far too lucky until now, Dany's journey is coming to its end. The only one for whom I has some doubts is Jon. How could a character could be brought back to life, prophesied as the savior of the world, rised as the King in the North (at least), and then... die ? This one's fate is very interesting lol. Whatever : 1) Samwell, the guy is too useless and weak to find his narrative path into death lol, it's a kind of Jon-without-the-strenght 2) Davos, he'll probably be one of the most useful and cool guys in Westeros if he survives. Plus he's in the Jon-OP-squad, so... 3) I'd like than Arya survives, after all the girl get through... but it's probably a bit naïve to bet than she will. 4) For the fourth one, i'll use my joker : Hot Pie will survive.
  6. 1) Vargo hoat 2) Ramsay 3) Gregor fckin Clegane
  7. Very surprised to see barely no one taking about Davos. Let's admit the good spirit and courage of the man. So, I'll go on with my trio of "losing a part of my body made me better" anti-hero : Davos - Theon - Jaime
  8. Ah, GRRM, what a beast. Making us thinking and thorizing on a 10-years-old child's acts and motives... ^^
  9. As a random commoner, in which Westerossi city/kingdom would you settle ? Of course you're free to imagine being a hedge knight, a wandering merchant, a simple peasant, a respectable lord, or what you want.
  10. Well, whatever the reason she left the Hound, I think that the important fact here is that she regrets her act. She admits that she should have given a decent and "clean" death to Sandor. To be honest, maybe there was a part of spite in Arya's decision, BUT, the idea that Arya now has remorse shows that in a certain way, Arya used to have affection to Sandor. (You don't give a gift of "mercy" to your worst enemy) After all, we speak about a 10-year old girl, don't we ? She simply couldn't bring herself to kill her last friend, even if she had anger to him for murdering Mycah etc.
  11. Well, that's pretty obvious than Ned was totally caught-off at the moment. The show makes clear than Ned is disturbed by the light contrast between the black cells and the Sept, so we can assume that all of his senses were lagging there, lol. I think he didn't even realize what was happening until Payne drew his sword. But yes, it could have been cool if Ned asked Joff to swing the sword. In my opinion, Joff would likely not do it, the coward much too fears the blood.
  12. Hi guys, just started AFFC a few days ago, So, regarding the interesting debate that stands above, about why Arya spared the Hound, I would share with you this quote from Arya I, AFFC : So, what is important here is that Arya ostensibly admits to herself that she regrets to didn't finish the job with Sandor. The text is pretty clear : she talks about a "gift", in other terms : she thinks that she should have given a clean death to him. Then, I rather agree with @Horse of Kent, it was a human act to not finish Sandor : she choses to spare her last and only "friend".
  13. Euron & Littlefinger would give us a great piece of mad spirit. Same for Joffrey & Viserys or Joff & Ramsay as it's said just above, though it would be a different kind of madness. Also, can you imagine a religious tchat between Melisandre & Damphair ? "The night is dark and full of terrors" "But rise again. Harder and sronger." I realized that we never had a dialogue between Varys & Olenna in the books ? What a shame, those two are probably two of the greatests talkers in ASOIAF and they even stand in the same city during ASOS :'(
  14. Cersei knows that the best way to deal with Dany is to eliminate her before she has any chance to set foot in Westeros. When Tyrion was arrested for Joffrey’s murder, this gave her the perfect chance. She secretly killed Tyrion and had a Faceless Man wear his face, travel to Dany and earn her trust to assassinate her from within. This Faceless Man also gave Cersei the value-added service of killing Tywin so that Cersei would become the head of House Lannister.
  15. 1) Theon : awesome 2) Davos : discovering the Stannis squad was very cool ! 3) Tyrion : political and strategic chapters Bran a bit broing until the last ones with Theon, Arya very psychological but his trip in Harrenhall didn't convince me Catelyn not so bad but well it's Cat. Jon ones were... well, snowy ? Only the chapter where Ygrid tell him the story of Bael the Bard really caught me.