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  1. I think the scene was amazingly well played out, personally. Margaery's character taking on some of the Queen of Thorn's aspects between the two makes her a far better character and doesn't harm the Queens of Thorns' character any so far, if you ask me. It was highly entertaining watching her subtle manipulations of Joffrey -- the fact that some people in the audience took her words at face value instead of simply as a means to play Joffrey for a puppet are testament that it was a solid performance.
  2. "ASoIaF" and "Harry Potter" similarities

    Magic isn't really kept secret in Westeros, is it? Everybody seems to believe it existed at some point, even if they've never seen it themselves -- and they mostly seem hardly unwilling to believe it if they do see it.