Andros Sotherton

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  2. Agreed. But don't forget Nymeria! Leading a pack of hundreds of wolves? That's something.
  3. That's my point, if it's just as difficult now as it has been then there is no reason not to do it. I still believe that, yes, direwolves are smart and they are big. But as it says on the wiki: 'The interaction between the skinchanger's and animal's mind will influence both personalities.' And I don't believe Bran to be the hasty one to rush into a fight he would loose. And you say that your dogs would protect you, even in the situation where you wheren't there? Because Bran had already left with Hodor when Summer made his stand. If you/Bran flee, why would your dog/Summer stay? I see your point but I still believe that it was an irrational move by D&D.
  4. They have already been doing it for quite some time so it can't be any harder for them now than before. And I don't know if you've ever had a dog but one loner would never in its right mind attack a flock of other beasts.
  5. I assume that the idea of having Summer stand fast was to buy Bran, Meera, Hodor and Leaf time to escape. But what the f**** good does it do for a direwolf to stagedive into a flock of World War Z super zombies?!? He/she (can't remember what gender?) didn't even stand a chance, we all knew that! And what, Summer took down one wight before getting torn apart? That's like having Barristan the Bold die in an ally! Scr** y** D&D!!
  6. It depends to be seen! If they even are to join the series which IMO is: Not likely ---------------------------x------------------------------------------------ Very likely
  7. - Smaller houses and the Manderlys: I do not really believe that smaller houses would be greedy to rise against Umber/Bolton/Karstark for lands or titles. That is not how D&D have depicted them or the books IMO. And the strategy that Jon and Sansa should gather smaller houses first, nah. What if the Boltons approach Manderly's first and make their threats, then they have to join in (Frey pies coming?). But as Sansa said about the Karstarks (what an idiot thing to say) the Manderlys haven't had another alternative to the Boltons yet. If the CB crew doesn't go for them first off they might have a tougher time helping out the Starks (notice the plural). And on the note of House Manderly's appearence... Nah, I don't believe that just because D&D mention them that they have to appear. Could be just a shout out to fans of the books, wouldn't surprise me. - Blackfish and Knight's of the Vale I see no other reason for Jaime to go to Riverrun other than to rid himself (the Crown) of an enemy while LF takes care of them up north (as he has promised). And as seen in the trailer, Brienne and Pod are standing in front of the Tully banners. What other reason for that if not being inside of Riverrun with the Blackfish. The Knight's of the Vale though, I believe they will help out no matter what in the Battle of the Snows. No matter if his feelings towards Sansa, the promise to Cersei or the fact that he already got the army up to the north and Robin behind him. He has to go. I foreshadow that Blackfish won't make it, being caught up with Jaime (read the synopsis for Ep. 7) and that while the battle goes Ramsey's way the Knight's of the Vale comes to the rescue a la Tywin by the Blackwater.
  8. I would say that they're just fleeing for their lives as of now but DAMN that was a lot ships! Despite that all (the few) that attended the Kingsmoot cheered for Euron they somehow forgets that in the spann of some minutes and goes with Yara instead.
  9. If D&D makes Hodor AND Summer come back with blue eyes... I don't know how I could emotionally survive that but of course they will! Those bastards love to torture us poor viewers...
  10. I've read some that didn't like the choice of end scene, I myself thought it the best one out of them all. Not sure if I can say "the least anticipated" (for Unsullied) but anyways. BUT! Wouldn't it have been more awesome to, after Jon's "death", pan over the wall to see/travel north and see a mighty host of wights and in front of them, A SMILING NIGHT'S KING?!?! :drool:
  11. But you did get to enjoy the incredible, the fabulous, the extraordinary...Ray Hudson!!!
  12. A question: Didn't know where to appropriately post this but why do some threads become locked?
  13. That is something of a start! Would be cool to get a closer look to all of the material. After-exam-plans in the making!
  14. Have someone ever looked into the relationship between Jon and Ghost? I am rereading ADwD and just finished Jon XI where he comes back from treating with Tormund and his 4'000 free folks. When he steps out from the negotiation, Ghost is not with him but comes later with Val. A thought crept on me then, about the connection between Jon and Ghost. My memory is too bad for recalling how it's been in the past but what I came to think about was that each time Jon makes decisions that are bad for him or him not being true to himself, where is Ghost then? Just as inklings we've had before about Robb not trusting Greywind when he snarls at people, Ghost taking fancy to Melisandre and things like that. So maybe this has more to do with the connection of the Stark's direwolves and their human counterparts in general. In Ghost's case he is more quiet than the others so maybe it shows in another way than open snarling like with Greywind. He is somewhat more special, just as Jon(?). There might be nothing here and just my mind longing for something extra, a deeper meaning or likewise. But still, had to ask. We all know that there is something special about the direwolves. If not, I might look into it myself.
  15. I cannot seem to get the right number of spacing after a quote. Edit: A double break after quote and single break after normal text, alright!