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  1. I guarantee if the story started out with the Freys, no one would hate them We stand together!!!
  2. I know right? Them and the Celtigars would've probably been seen as a threat to the realm Since Aerys wanted a Valyrian Goddess for Rhaegar, why not ask the Velaryons? If anyone could, they probably would
  3. Margaery Tyrell would get vetoed on the spot by her family. She will be miserable like her aunt that was married to Jorah, It would anger a lot of northerners When you marry Margaery, you also marry their problems. I don't see any Notherners eagerly spending almost a year going to High Garden or wherever and vice versa. The Trident and The Vale are the southernmost that they should be looking for.
  4. There's a lot of weird matches, they're forgetting that both sides have to agree with it. Also we had a generation of 4 Starks that married outside the North. So they're going to be a little upset. Margaery Tyrell and Robb Stark. lol? seriously?
  5. Robb gets the Umber girl closest to his age. Don't care if Robb looks smaller. Meera Reed 2nd. Alys Karstark 3rd. Manderly girls 4th. Sansa gets one of Manderly Vassals that holds the Old Gods, thats as far south as she is going to go. Maybe the heir of Karstark? Wasn't the next heir of House Dustin around her age? Bran gets the youngest Blackwood girl, Arya gets the Northern Mountain Clan House Liddle, They're one of the stronger ones I think. Glovers. Or the heir of House Dustin.... Rickon, besides the mormonts, I don't know. I think I might have to go outside. Maybe wait a while for a powerful house to have a daughter. Jon one way ticket straight to Celtigar or Velaryon. If not, then the Robb's list but not their first daughter, we won't be able to get that imo. Edmure Tully - Jason Mallister's daughter Blackfish - House Frey daughter
  6. Probably another big reason why lineages aren't detailed as much (besides the author's choice) because of would be pretenders and usurpers in a time of crisis. fAegon and fStark. So in a time of inheritance problems, there could be a lot of power plays. So I think its better to keep the info light as possible. But I don't think the current Bran in the story will be listed married to a weirwood tree. Rhaena Targaryen had 6 hightowers girls, Do we know their names? no. Who they married? Does it matter? no. And thats only 150 years ago..
  7. It means thats its not important enough to know. It would be a exhausting family tree of to know what happened to every stark. There could be hundreds of thousands of people with stark blood walking around winterfell and elsewhere in the north/ Its commonly understood that high lords marry other high lord. And if it doesn't effect the current succession then its probably not important enough to know.
  8. They are all guests there until their watch has ended (and absorbed into the weirwoods). no one has a claim on it. They leave their old families and life behind and get surrogates. The 13th lord commander, broke both guest right and kinslayed his brothers. And broke a whole bunch of other vows, taking up a castle, taking up a crown, winning glory with his wife yadayada for 13 years... Until it took a King beyond the wall and a Stark King to "cast him down". Which means they were careful of not killing him. How else would someone be able to rule for 13 years from a castle in the nightswatch?
  9. When they stabbed Jon Snow, is it both breaking guest right and kinslaying? since they are all "brothers" now.
  10. The rebellion was to overthrow the crown that was forged by the Targaryens that ruled over them for 300 years. That was no talk of making someone else King and Queen. It was a Targaryen conquest and submission of the people to 7k and swearing oaths of fealtys to submit to Targaryen rule. When people back in the day was actively trying to overthrow the British Monach, they didn't talk about being having Braveheart being the next king.
  11. Jaime slit King Aerys' throat under his roof Tywin and his army were invited in only to sack it It was BOTH Margaery and Joffrey's wedding, since Joffrey is a illegitimate king in the sight of gods & men, does that count?
  12. Since we don't touch on this subject almost never.... I believe King Aurane had something to do with some of the missing stuff fAegon & friends bought over, including the elephants. As well as some of the missing Vic's fleet on their journey to Meereen. He is no novice but not a Paxter but History will probably repeat itself and he;ll get bored with the step stones real soon. OR its the best place for a "viewing party" for the upcoming events. Some say he might take Driftmark. NOOO no NoOOOOooooooo not another obvious backstab and betryal!!! Besides love triangles, one other thing we can always count on is a knife thrusted into your back from the ones closest to you. Besides its not really that rewarding as it once was and easier to retake once things settle down. Some others have typed he'll help out fAegon or Daenerys' campaign. But of course, he'll probably sit on the IT for a day or two before getting killed. This whole scenario playing out is the same likelihood of him drawing up a plan to restore a Stark in Winterfell. Not everyone including the Corsair King is working on a Targaryen restoration and overthrowing the 'bad people' in the story. Hopefully Aurane will continue onwards and we'll hear of sightings from fisherman of a silver haired man riding a ice dragon in the shivering sea in the final paragraph of Ice & Fire. There you have it, Fire meets Ice. tada! We know little to nothing of this character or his intentions so everything is up for speculation and for story telling purposes, its probably for the best we never hear from this guy again. Except little snippets here and there, if any at all.
  13. He was a book worm. After shagging his new side chick Lyanna for a year in a tower far---far away from his nutty & dangerous father that he his friend Arthur Dayne hooked him up with. He left his wife and their heir & heiress with his bonkers dad at Kings Landing. So where did he get the balls all of a sudden to go fight a guy thats swinging a bloody war hammer around a year into the rebellion? he'll be better off heading to Tywin's place and pleading in person or he'd be better off if his horse threw him off. Idiot. Took only one clean swing to his chest that knocked the life out of him and he mummers Lyanna;s name with his breath likes its supposed to be some kind of brave and romantic gesture. lol? He should've continued shaggying the she-wolf from the North to fill prophecy imo.
  14. Human Scarifies are a common thing. The gods demand it.
  15. I'm a bit mystified, Its pretty harsh, difficult and not worth it when there's easier targets elsehwere. Hardhome was frequently raided by slavers after Mance's defeat. I mean were there the ships idlleing offshore? The Northerners had a hard time dealing with the Skagosi with many deaths. Davos knows it isnt going to be smooth sailing to get Rickon from Skagos. Jorah Mormont had slavers sail all around the continent to his bear BEAR island. Which leads me to believe they also raid the frozen shore parts too. But why? Its a lot of risk with a little reward, (but maybe it IS rewarding because of how many times slavers raided) Do Slavers know the areas beyond the wall better than the rangers do?