Lord Bronn Stokeworth

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About Lord Bronn Stokeworth

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    I Went to Dorne, and All I Got Was Some Bad Pussy
  • Birthday 10/11/1984

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  1. Why you shouldn't be celebrating [No Book Spoilers]

    Unfortunately, most of what I have to say is spoilers (though careful watchers might have a big clue):
  2. Aurane Waters Endgame

    Well, for Dany there is the Iron Islanders. He could go to her, but it's not the only way Dany is getting to Westeros. But just to point out, Stannis doesn't execute everyone who breaks oaths. He's pragmatic enough to forgive lords who served Renly then came to him after. Why would he kill the guy with a fleet?
  3. Sorry. I misread your statement then.
  4. Well, they are currently tentative allies with a man who plans on restoring the Starks and has done nothing wrong to them. It's also important to remember that none of the Starks themselves particularly care about an independent North. They want find the rest of their family (at least those that know some of their family is alive), vengeance and/or justice against their enemies, and restore Winterfell. Should they decide to follow Stannis, Dany, Aegon, or whoever, I doubt the North would oppose them. 2. Actually, Eddard did bend knee to Robert. He might have helped install him as king, but he did accept Robert's rule.
  5. Aurane Waters Endgame

    Thank you. I love that idea. Not because Manderly+Velaryon serving Stannis is awesome (it is, but that's another story), but because creepy Patchface prophesied it. OK. Changed my plunder and piracy vote. Do what crazy jester says!
  6. Aurane Waters Endgame

    He can try. :box:
  7. Aurane Waters Endgame

    Can't a bastard just want to be a pirate king with his free fleet? The lands in chaos and turmoil. It's time to plunder! Seriously though, he always struck me as an opportunist. He'll take advantage of whatever opportunity comes up.