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  1. I've got a real bad feeling about how this will play out. I just don't see the Tully's joining with Jon now that they already have a Vale army joining them. I can see Jaime maybe accepting an offer from the Blackfish, let them leave peacefully to march North and he can have Riverrun, but I really can't trust the Frey's to honour that deal. So: Brienne meets the Blackfish, gives him Sansa's letter. He thinks on it a while, decides helping them get revenge is more important than holding Riverrun. Makes a deal with Jaime, gives him Riverrun in exchange for allowing himself and his men to march North, Jaime accepts because he doesn't care, he just wants the Riverrun so he can go back to King's Landing. Frey's act on their own accord and kill Blackfish and his army as they march through the camp. Brienne and Pod escape later that night via sail boat. Maybe I'm just being pessimistic because Blackfish is my favourite character remaining and everyone else I like gets killed constantly, but I just don't see a happy conclusion here.
  2. She used a fake face in the scene she killed Meryn Trant last season, did she not?
  3. So, where does Arya go from here. I think it's clear she won't die, if that was going to happen it would have happened then and there. Is it possible Theon spots her? Or that she somehow ends up on the Ironborn ships (and heading toward Daenerys)? I hope not because I want her back in Westeros asap, but there was a reason they had her hear the conversation about the Ironborn arriving at Slaver's Bay.
  4. Richard Madden (Robb) is in Bastille Day with Idris Elba, which came out in cinemas last night in the UK
  5. 10. Richard Madden and Michelle Fairley absolutely nailed it. The actors who play Roose and Walder, also.
  6. He says something about it being a likely Wildling ambush when talking to Benjen at the feast. I'm not certain on that being included in the books, but it definitely was in the show.
  7. A very easy 10/10, the best of Season 2 so far by a clear mile.
  8. 7/10 for me and the weakest of the first season. The scenes with Sansa and Joffrey were excellent, and most of Daenery's too. But I didn't care for the Pycelle part, and I thought the story moved a little too slowly. Oh, and the final scenes of the Night Watch of the season has gotta be up there with the best.. really well done scene that.
  9. Ah right, I get it. Thanks :)
  10. Because that.. makes sense :shocked:
  11. I have a question about the books- Why is Robb not a POV character? It doesn't really make much sense to me because he is an important character in the show right now, and so far he has had a more important part to play than most of his brothers and sisters.
  12. 9/10. I think at least one of the two battles should have been shown, but it is understandable why neither weren't, they were going for the shock factor of Robb capturing Jaime. And that moment paid off in my opinion (maybe it's because I haven't read that far in the book yet to make me dislike how it was done). The ending was really well done. I hate that stupid little cunt Joffrey though.
  13. I will be invading at Noon tomorrow. We will wait for you South of Winterfell, join us.

  14. Hello Robb when are you planning to invade?