Winter Blues

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    That Thing Jon Snow Knows

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  1. What in the hell...? I’m so confused
  2. It’s gonna start with the storyline of wherever Jeyne Westerling is...
  3. But even with those missteps, he still had the Jaime card to play before Cat broke him out of his cell. Having Jaime prisoner allowed for some errors on Robb's part because he could have kept Tywin at bay and may not have lost the Boltons.
  4. Anyone else notice how the Women on Game of Thrones are extinguishing major historic houses left and right? Sansa ended the Bolton line; The Sand Snakes ie, Bastards, ended the Martell line; Cersei ended the Tyrell line; Brienne ended the Baratheon line; Arya ended the Frey line; and Dany ended the Tarly line. i wonder if this is done purposely by D&D?
  5. Guys. Keep on topic or Uganda get in trouble. (Couldn't resist. Going back to my hole now. There's Norway I'm coming back out again.) ((Okay. I'm really done now))
  6. I think the fact that he disabled the comments was telling. Unless he wants no show discussion there, which is not unusual.
  7. Also note: No Game of Thrones season start post. That has to mean something.
  8. I'm still 97% sure she authored the Pink Letter and knows about Mance.
  9. Ha! Here's to another year of refreshing the Not a Blog page and quietly lurking and reading these fantastic threads!
  10. This Easter Egg was my favorite in all the books. I spotted it on my third read and I giggled like a damn maniac.
  11. Well, LF is pretty good at getting people killed in tourneys when needed...
  12. I'm a huge fan of Roose Bolton, if you consider him a villain. And that's only because he scares me shitless, and I'm not easily frightened. Euron is also fun to read, but he's too horrible to be my favorite.
  13. To the OP, I love this thread because I love Bryden Rivers. Just one quick question: as much as he loves his family, do you think, had he been in his prime, he would have done away with the Mad King himself? I want to draw a parallel between his reaction at seeing his family and house torn apart after Robert's Rebellion and Aegon's, who said that he "watched" his house torn to pieces and could do nothing.
  14. Editing this series has got to be a nightmare.
  15. 1-Myrcella. 2-High Garden through Old Town. Someone said in Dance that the Tyrells were not nearly as strong and had less loyalty in the Reach than they'd make people believe. 3-It would be interesting to see what would happen if Stannis does make an unintentional sacrifice to the Old Gods. 4-No clue. 5-Barbry Dustin and Mance 6-"The North Remembers, Frey" 7-Death wouldn't be enough to undo the taint of Littlefinger. He needs to watch his world collide, first. 8-I dunno, but I'd like to see more of him 9- Two characters I've somewhat lost interest in, but Tyrion has become a nihilist, so she'd have to work to impress him. 10-For some reason I believe Sam is going to travel back North through Westeros. Probably because I believe he is the author of the history of the story 11-No clue 12-Nobody with a hot head makes it out of Kingslanding alive. Ask Brandon Stark and Oberyn Martell. 13- Not a clue. 14- I want him to be a mystery that we never solve. 15- I'm not really interested in the dragon riders, but Tyrion is one of the most obvious because of his design of the saddle was foreshadowing and he knows more about dragons than anyone else in the story. Also Euron. Because Euron. 16-No idea Bonus-Arya lives. I've heard people say she plays no important role in the politics of main conflict of the story, but I say otherwise because she is Stark. She carries her family name closer to her heart than any other Stark character. Arya is the wolf that will return.