King in the Nord

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  1. Where are the Blackfyres first mentioned in the books? I'm currently on a Feast for Crows and not sure if i've actually come across this yet or not. I like the ideas about Varys though. I feel his and Baelish's storylines are potentially two of the most underrated and easily forgotten about. The show has largely subdued any idea that Varys could be committing any evil plotting for himself, but it's quite clear that Baelish is up to something. Hope D&D develop both these characters more in the next series.
  2. Favourite season: Season 3 or 6. Least favourite: Season 5. I'm a big fan of action and being kept on the edge of my seat and I felt like S5 was great for developing the story, but nothing really happened. Am I the only one who found it really boring?
  3. I think we will hopefully find out more through Bran's story arc this season. They can't just want to destroy all me for the purpose of destroying all men. I quite leaving it open and not trying to second-guess, I want D&D/GRRM to wow me.
  4. This would be brilliant.
  5. Agree with a lot of the other posts. I think she loves him in the sense he is an extension of her and is who she wanted to be. She believes she would make a better Jamie than Jamie, especially recently.
  6. No I think J+D in that sense will happen, but I feel they won't have a warm first meeting. I can see D being distrustful of J, but also think that they will eventually get together.
  7. Agree that the rape story probably came from Robert protecting his own ego. His wife had run away with another man, what better way to drum up support against Rhaegar than portray him as a heartless villain?
  8. Agree with this. To be fair, GoT always throws up a surprise when you least expect it, but think Jamie will have to kill Cersei - having to take on the role of king/queen slayer (and kinslayer) once more. Can't see Arya v Dany happening and can't see it being anything to do with Jon as a love interest - nothing in the series has suggested that kind of storyline could develop. Think Jon v Dany will certainly be the big clash this series.
  9. I've also thought this. I think for that reason it's quite interesting to see how their storyline is going to develop. I hope that Euron's fascination with Dany ends calamitously and at least gets rid of the last bad spirits from the iron islands. Feel that Asha and Theon actually want to positively impact Westeros now - albeit they want independence
  10. So excited for this now! Feel like I'm finally interested in Cersei's storyline again since she's gone all mad with power
  11. Done! Hope it helps
  12. This is the impression I get too. I don't think Varys actions in the show seem too difficult to understand. It feels as if he, above many, are always looking at the bigger picture. The future stability of the realm is the most important thing to him and his position changes according to events and circumstances.