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  1. Guess who knows where Tysha is . . .

    Oh god. Keep in mind that such an event as what happened to Tysha would severely traumatize her. We can't really make any inherent claims as to how she might react afterwards without knowing more about her.
  2. Guess who knows where Tysha is . . .

    Or a surprise visit to Braavos because he's curious to see what the Titan looks like.
  3. Guess who knows where Tysha is . . .

    The chapter where Sam visits Daeron in the brothel, in Braavos, and finds out that his black brother married the Sailor's Wife. There might also be a reference in the Arya chapters, but I can't guarantee that one. EDIT: Howling Mad beat me to it. Jerk.
  4. Guess who knows where Tysha is . . .

    I doubt Tywin knew himself where the girl went after they were done with her. I doubt he cared.
  5. Guess who knows where Tysha is . . .

    I will laugh so much if that happens. But if it really is the Sailor's Wife, then unless she has a customer when Tyrion comes a' callin', then she would probably recognize him right away. He's still fairly recognizable, even with his brand new nose job. But I don't see why he would stop there specifically on his way West.
  6. [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    It might be just me, but why exactly are we discussing the strategy of the Ironborn and the Tyrells on the thread about Barristan's two new chapters? At least talk about something related to him, like the fate of Daenerys or the battle of Meereen or when Dany's whole army will board the ships, where will they land? Talking about the rest just seems off-topic.
  7. Jackanapes at the Wall: A Retrospective

    Eddard was maintaining a certain distance between himself and the commonfolk, but otherwise he still treated them with respect and as human beings. Jon had to deal with more backstabbing and had to debate much more if he wanted his decisions to be properly carried through, but other than that bunch of bad [horribly rotten] apples, he was pretty much treating them the same way. If, by some twists of fate, Jon becomes Lord of Winterfell, then I should expect him to act very much like Ned.
  8. Jackanapes at the Wall: A Retrospective

    Well, to have the surname "Pyke", he had to be born on one of the Iron Islands. I don't think that he's lived his life as a Northman either, since he's often referred to as a skilled ship navigator, so he probably had to be part of quite a few raids, at least, before joining the Night's Watch. My guess would be that on one such raid, he was captured somehow and condemned to either death or life serving the Night's Watch. Oooh, I just checked the Wiki. In Cotter Pyke's entry, it says "Cotter Pyke is a member of the Night's Watch, born on the Iron Islands. He commands Eastwatch-by-the-sea. He is the bastard son of a tavern wench." So it tells us absolutely nothing about how he joined the Watch, but now we do have some basic background information, at least.
  9. Leathers in the books to come?

    Pshaw, talking about yourself in the 3rd person. Who do you think he/you are?
  10. Leathers in the books to come?

    The slaughter will be entertaining.
  11. I always really felt like Tom O'Seven's purpose for being in Riverrun was to find information about the siege, and later to have an inside-man inside of it for when the Brotherhood decided to retake it. He seemed disappointed that Jaime wouldn't be staying longer, understandably, since he probably wanted him to be taken along with the castle, or to have him assassinated or something. But I don't expect him to be with UnCat when Jaime arrives for trial, he's at too much of a good position already to just leave.
  12. Jackanapes at the Wall: A Retrospective

    Well, guess we won't agree on this detail till the next book comes out, then. (And for the record, when it does, I told you so. =p)
  13. Jackanapes at the Wall: A Retrospective

    Well, to support that, I'm of the belief that the reason Ramsay knew enough about the state of the Wall to be able to write that letter is because after killing the spearwives, he flayed parts of Rayder as well to get the information. Everyone, say hello to the new prospect for Reek 4.0.
  14. Jackanapes at the Wall: A Retrospective

    I think that part of Sam's maester oath would also prevent him from taking up the leadership of the Night's Watch. He would certainly have the skills (if he could get beyond his initial inhibitions to the position), but a maester's role is to serve, not lead. All hail the 999th Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, Lord Eddison Tollett.