Wolfgirly

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  1. Ghost grass might be snow, but there is an invasive poisonous type of grass in the region by the Shadow and Asshai. There is another Wall with the Five Forts in the far east of Essos. It was built thousands of years ago to keep the Others out, but not the same as the Others in northern Westeros Beyond the Wall. The Others in Essos include creepy monstrous looking things such as the Lion of Night. It isn't far from Yi Ti. The legend of Azor Ahai and Lightbringer come from this place.
  2. If Rhaegar said "Lyanna" as he was dying, he must've been thinking of her very much. He left her while she was heavily pregnant so that he could fight. Perhaps he knew that he was going to die and said Lyanna because he missed her and regretted leaving her for the war at that dying moment. Lyanna was soon about to give birth, and Rhaegar was going to miss it. I think he was depply in love with Lyanna and they were a loving couple expecting a baby.
  3. This is a sample of Alayne chapter in "Winds of Winter". Just to remind anyone that Alayne is really Sansa Stark. Alayne
  4. Satin had a tough upbringing and now at the Wall in the Nights Watch. I don't think he was involved in the stabbing of Jon Snow. Satin of the Night's Watch
  5. Beard, I've loved fantasy since I was very young. I understand people like to explain off events, but at the moment it happened in the TV show, and hasn't been read of in the books because Winds of Winter and a further book hasn't been released. Fantasy has never been for the masses, until everyone watched Game of Thrones. I understand most people really watched it for the nudity. But try and get them to read any of the books, and they haven't. You don't know me, at all, and you're tarnishing me for some reason. You might have it in for someone else, but don't take it out on other people.
  6. It is fantasy, overall. That was the TV show. The books haven't yet come out or been punlished/finished. There are no rules in fantasy. And the other world, Planetos, Ice and Fire world, is so vivid it's real enough for me. But to try and rationalise about the dead dragon coming back as a wight is pointless until the book is released in future. The TV show diverts so much from the books.
  7. It's just fantasy. Lets not get too bogged down with it.
  8. The two kids might be new characters. The girl "northern" tough brought up by soldiers. And the boy from a poor background, physically fit and like he "completely owns the screen". It could be possible that the boy is a flashback of someone in their childhood, or a potential soldier. The girl could also be a flashback to someone but then might be someone whose the daughter of someone.
  9. It's weird being so technical about fantasy. The undead. Night King. Fire breathing dragons. And even the Wall that contains magical properties in its construction. You can't use our own ideas of science and physics to apply to this world Planetos. Simply ask what Qyburn thinks.
  10. Months ago I was skeptical about this actor playing Rhaegar. Now I've watched it, I'm totally impressed. He looked like as I imagine Rhaegar to be.
  11. Arya loves her sister. I've been saying this a lot and don't think she ever intends to harm Sansa. What Arya is doing in out of character even for her, so it might be a trick or some way of getting at the spy Littlefinger. I don't disagree with what Arya did to the Freys. These people wrongfully slaughtered her family and allies, and also Greywind the direwolf. The Freys mistreated the bodies of Catelyn and Robb (they stuck the decapitated head of the wolf on Robb's body.) The Freys were a sick bunch of people (in the books they come across as less than human and especially Walder Frey, who is horrible and looks like a demonic entity in the books).
  12. This totally didn't happen in the show. I was rather shocked actually. Is it me or is Jon quite different in the books? He comes across as more cold in the books, maybe it's just how the TV has made him nicer because it adds a handsome face to the character. When I read the books, Jon reminds me in my head of this: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/24/49/04/2449040997933da8165ce909febf9e18--fantasy-men-anime-fantasy.jpg
  13. Melisandre has red hair, and she's from Asshai, the shadowlands in Essos. The people living there are very strange and ghostlike. Dothraki people are wary of them. Apparantly it might be where the first dragons were born. The fire R'hllor faith of the Red God comes from the shadowlands. Red hair could come from Essos.
  14. Not Catelyn. It might've been Sansa who was wearing a hairnet of poisonous amethysts. Sansa didn't know this but thought it was a pretty gift. It was given to her by her friend although it originated from Ollenna. One of those amethyst stones was missing later on and this might've been used by Ollenna to poison Joffrey at his wedding. So I interprate that "maid" is Sansa. Then the ghost lady predicts that other about the same girl slaying a savage giant. We know Sansa lives in Winterfell and her brother/cousin is in the Nights Watch and he himself met giants. I don't think Sansa literally will kill giants across the wall. However, Sansa did build a snow castle when she was in her aunt Lysa's garden. Her annoying cousin Robin broke it, which upset Sansa, and in reaction, Lysa saw this and got mad. Also just before Robin trampled on Sansa's castle, he said he was a giant. I don't know what to make of "slaying the giant" means. But that giant in Sansas snow castle was little Robin at one time.
  15. The white walkers appeared before the dragons hatched from those eggs, and before the wolf Ghost found the dragon glass. At the very start of the books, Nights Watch came upon some white walkers who appeared as if they were dead folk. What could've triggered them off was the birth of Jon Snow, the Prince that was Promised?