Ser Edmure Tully

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  1. [Book Spoilers] EP409 Discussion

    The fire was the signal for Tormund et al to attack, as discussed in 3x04. But the WW idea is a cool added bonus.
  2. Hello from Benioff and Weiss

    Alexander Siddig or Robert Beltran for Doran!
  3. Stannis's Decision to have Renly killed (long post).

    Aerys forfeited his right to the throne by being a tyrant, and breaking the social contract he had with his Lords. A new Baratheon Dynasty was installed with the consent of both the STAB alliance and the beaten Loyalist forces. Stannis is the heir to that dynasty and rightful King, by the letter of the law. What Renly is doing is no better than what the Greyjoys or Dothraki do, taking something he has no right to, solely for his own advantage and gain.
  4. Stannis's Decision to have Renly killed (long post).

    A family member who attempts to take everything I own under the letter of the law, who insults my children, who plans to kill me himself, ceases to be a family member. By their actions they cut all familial ties. Renly was a bully, and he chose his own fate.
  5. Stannis's Decision to have Renly killed (long post).

    Sorry, this post was an accidental quote with no Content
  6. Resourceful, Creative, Tenacious: Axell Florent

    I'll admit to enjoying him. In the same way I enjoy Mace Tyrell, Janos Slynt and any of the Frey's present at Riverrun Siege. People that other characters just cant seem to take seriously because they're just that idiotic, deluded or incompetent. Although my favourite was when Janos Slynt was saying the only reason Mance Rayder was asking for terms was because he'd heard Janos Slynt had arrived. Definition of delusion.
  7. How would you rate episode 309?

    Ten. - More connection with Talisa than plain ol' non-entity whatsherface Westerling. So the gut-wrenching death of Talisa made up for the lack of northern bannermen for me - The RW was depicted as grubby, clinical, and completely lacking in any sort of poetic finale for characters. Which is how it should be. This isnt a glorious death. Its a shitty, unjust, unwarranted death, that should provoke rage. - Catelyn. Her changes were understandable for TV, and Michelle Fairley made them incredible. When she screams into a catatonic state, you pretty much see her soul leave her body. Amazing. Fucking amazing actually. - I could go on and on, but yeah, ten. ETA: Definitely did not mean "the gut-wrenching death of Talisa" as a play on words. Fetus stabbing is never ok.
  8. [Book Spoilers] EP309 Discussion

  9. [Book Spoilers] EP309 Discussion

    Im waiting for it to come up on pirate bay (we dont get HBO in Australia) and foxtel is too expensive for a poor uni student like me. These posts are stressing me out as well.