Pliny

Members
  • Content count

    98
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Pliny

  • Rank
    Sellsword

Profile Information

  • Gender Female
  1. Hey, sorry to bother- has anybody seen Ghost lately? A very large wolf, white, fluffy, quiet?
  2. That's what I was thinking as well.
  3. Whoa. If this is true... mind=blown. I noticed that Theon is presented with two paths in the same frame- Dagmer's advice vs. Maester Luwen's advice. Alfie Allen's acting this week (this season!) has been incredible. Ser Rodrick's last words were badass. Some questions: - I see a few people think Littlefinger recognized Arya. My husband (only about 1/3 through GoT) and I (read them all) both got the impression that it was TYWIN who suspected something (not that she's Arya Stark, but just that he knows she's more than she says). I love the whole Arya/Tywin thing, but perhaps it's because I already loved Tywin, and now they're just making him more likable. When I saw Arya's smile when he complimented her, I anticipated a ragefest over it amongst purists. Oh well. Some of us are enjoying it. (Loved Jaqen's expression when she insists he kill Lorch NOW!) -San/San fans are feasting on his rescue scene, and it was good. But. It seems to me that, in this season, that the writers are making an effort to lay the foundation for Sansa/Tyrion. Sorry San/San fans?
  4. What will Arya be in the end

    Since the beginning, I always felt like Mr. Martin was strongly suggesting that she and Jon had a special bond, and that they'd end up together (which I thought was weird at first, but now seeing that so many people think Eddard is not really Jon's father...). This is a good question, and much about Arya's story has surprised me. In other words, I expect one thing to happen, but the opposite, or something completely unconsidered does.
  5. I think it's got to be the Tyrion/Tysha thing. Even though it doesn't seem very "kind" to us, perhaps, it was clearly significant to Tyrion, and clearly significant to Jaime, as the guilt from his deception motivated him to free Tyrion later, and we see clearly how devastated Tyrion is to learn the truth. I always felt that Tyrion's rage towards Jaime was misplaced (or at least, an overreaction), that they were both abused by Tywin that day, but this event was evidently very significant for both brothers.
  6. Jaime Lannister's fate

    I got the impression that he wasn't at all serious about doing that. But, as Taena's Curves said, it seems to me that pushing Bran is much worse than killing Aerys. I guess it's the whole "honor" thing.