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  1. How is Jon Stannis' man? He's not. A united North under Jon would be scary, yes, but you were talking about Stannis. A Stannis which is heading towards his inevitable failure. Maybe his undead host will have better luck.
  2. GC is well rested and they have these things called elephants which would wreck those knights. Plus they will have what ever they can muster from the Stormlands, which is pretty much conquered already and any other secret Targ loyalists that will declare for him (which should be quite of few according to Semly). Plus what whatever they can get in a marriage alliance. Dorne has 50k according Quentyn. Besides that, Stannis' host is slogging slowly through the icy North attritioning quite rapidly. Aegon is in much superior strategic position. Stannis will most likely never leave the North (alive).
  3. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    It could be and is very likely.
  4. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    That's silly. Vic's plan is to take the Dragons and his queen. Not 'fight for her'.
  5. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    We don't know exactly but you don't think if it's going to ugly you're intentionally being obtuse.
  6. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    How is it contrived at all if Vic uses the dragonhorn. It's not like he has a precise remote control for dragons once their unleashed. And dragonfire can burn anything.
  7. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    Good. And why can't that happen? I'd rather see Dany in rage and on the verge of going insane than what we've gotten. Imagine how pissed she's going to be when HER DRAGONS are stolen along with Meereen in ashes..
  8. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    The more vicatarion the better. Best character in the series right now.
  9. [twow Spoilers] Arianne II, Part 2

    The Tyrells are at freaking war with Aegon. Even speculating on a marriage pact is pure fantasy and thats without even considering how ruined Margarey is at this point. Even if she is deemed innocent, there is this little problem of her husband always dying. Makes no sense for Aegon to ally with Tyrells at all when Dorne will happily crush the mostly undefended Reach.
  10. The Fight at the Tower of Joy

    No, that theory doesn't work. If Ned was promised not to be harmed they would have never picked up swords against him. If you remember, Ned offered them an out and Kingsguard would have none of it.
  11. The Fight at the Tower of Joy

    What are you basing the claim that Ned wasn't a sufficiently skilled swordsman? That sounds almost ridiculous. He was raised and trained with Brandon Stark and Robert, both known as great warriors. Fought and won wars. Ned was a solider, a trained killer of men. He might not have had the individual skill of Dayne (no one did), but all he would need is for Dayne to lose focus for a split second, where he could cause a wound that would level the playing field or even give him the advantage.