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  1. Jorah or Jaimie.
  2. She can conquer for sure but can't hold it for long unless she burns the city to ground. We all see what happened in slaver's bay. The moment she left the city she conquered it went to utter chaos. Hell even Mereen is hardly in her control. So no way.
  3. Maybe she saw him after burning of Shireen
  4. Show had done many thing better - 1. Tywin lannister - Simply said Charles dance is amazing and he owned every scene on the show. 2. Still being on Tywin - whole Arya-Tywin track in season 2 was pure gold. We get to learn about both of them so mch during in it. 3. Margaery - You have to give credits to writer for adding depth to Margaery's character. And kudos to Natalie dormer for owning every scene she is in. I could literally watch Cersei and her having to and fro. 4. Varys & Littlefinger's conversations in the show. Each one of them is the best dialogues writers have written on the show. 5. Bronn - Put Bronn with any character and you will have the best entertaining and amusing odd pair of the show. 6. Whitewalkers - Show has done great job to maintain the danger of Others in show. Plus show gave us HARDHOME. Nothing more to say.
  5. Jon's life symbolizes unification of ice and fire from the very moment he was born so I dont think he represents just ice in the upcoming clash of ice and fire. Those are white walkers and dragons. But I guess we have to wait and watch. Concerning Melisandre - I agree her whole world view regarding her approach need to be shattered. And Stannis's defeat and death has to hit her hard as soon in trailer. And thats why I believe she wont be resurrecting Jon just like that as everyone is thinking - it will happen in an unintentional unplanned manner. Although I could totally see point four happening. Jon will be resurrected but no one will know how. That would be interesting.
  6. Hmmm may be. Ice magic can happen through either white walkers or old Gods through Bran and Bloodraven or the wall. And I would be happy with either of them as long as ice and fire balance is maintained.
  7. Why would she? I do not think she will try to resurrect him in beginning without any reason.
  8. My guess - Episode 1 - Fight with traitors of nightwatch to save Jon's body from being beheaded or something. Plus Melissandre's crisis of faith. And no I don't think she will try to resurrect Jon? Why would she? She just think he has something different about him but she didn't suspect him to be fusion of two magical bloodline. Episode 2 - TOJ flashback. Preparation of Jon's funeral that too beyond wall near the wierwood trees where they take oath. Here only Tormund's quote - I thought he was the one to lead us through long night will happen. Episode will end with arrival of white walkers there right the moment Jon's pyre is lit with utterance of dialogue - now his watch has ended. Now what would make this episode fun is if Bloodraven somehow share this vision with melissandre. Episode 3 - Fight with whitewalkers. And Melissandre and Nightking both trying to resurrect Jon. And both ending up fusing their magic in weird combination - combo magic of ice and fire - which results in Jon's resurrection. Thus maintaining balance of ice and fire in his life after all he is the song of ice and fire. OR maybe its Bran/Bloodraven and Melissandre combo magic result in Jon's resurrection. Either way I dont think Melissandre alone will resurrect him. Plus his resurrection should happen spontaneously. Not like something planned.
  9. Well if melissandre ran away from Stannis camp same day and she arrived before Jon's assassination. And Sansa escaped the same day. So its fare to say Jon's assassination happened later not simultaneously.
  10. One thing which always bothered me is even if Others breach the wall and attack its only the north which will suffer the most and face the army of wights and others. And for the south to even give a crap about the others they need to cross the neck - which in other term means north being completely ravaged by white walkers. In that case also I doubt Dorne or Reach worrying too much about them at least not initially. So my question is it possible - that moment wall falls down - white walker magic could increase exponentially or something. And they could raise the dead pretty much any where on westeros even if they are not there. Or for that matter may they could travel through snow storm and could reach any where in westeros at any moment thanks to the harsh winter which have came along with them. For me it would make a lot of sense that white walkers attack start happening simultaneously all over westeros the moment wall breach down. And wall more than any thing is some kind of shield which had restricted magic of others more than being just a wall. And I seriously hope to see faces of southern lords on seeing their dead rising - there is more than enough available wight army ready to be raised in south afterall.
  11. Now everyone is counting on Melissandre to resurrect Jon and at the current moment its most obvious option before us. She will have a part in his resurrection but but somehow I think things will be not that straightforward and easy. Although the entire second trailer was magnificently done there were two scenes which stand out for me - the white walker scene just right after Davos finishes his speech of dead are coming. There was a clip of someone swinging fireball at someone and then white walkers crossing fire. Now after the massacre of hardhome I doubt any one would from night watch or wildlings who came this side would go beyond the wall without any reason. And I doubt show would show any random white walker action sequence with some random wildlings who may still be alive north of wall. Even bloodraven's place is warded by some magic. And although there was one shot of Meera looking at something I doubt a whole action action piece of white walkers is needed for just 2-3 characters of which two are combined to trees. So question remains what was that scene of white walkers about? And where are they attacking and whats with all the fire all around? Second question which is in my mind is its never showed in the show or for the fact in books too that whether Davos believes white walkers attack and wight attacks beyond the wall. At least he definitely doesn't believe with that strong assurance with which it was shown in the trailer. He is definitely not the one to believe things by looking in Melissandre's flame. Plus in the first trailer it was shown even melissandre faith is shaken in R'hallor. So what happened to make him believe that real threats are white walkers and rising dead? My guess - white walkers attack will happen next during Jon snow's funeral and that may happen beyond wall. And that's where Jon will be resurrected. And no he wont be a wight. First of all the scene in the trailer where Thorne and his cronies are going to try to get Jon's body and Davos and other night watchmen trying to stop them is not a scene where Thorne is trying to stop his resurrection. Its simply about getting his body. I belief in show Ramsay does sent a letter to wall but its received by Allister thorne and in the letter he demanded Night watch to kill Jon because he is the only one to whom Sansa can run too. He may have warned them of killing everyone at wall and other grave consequence and that's what may have prompted them to kill Jon. And now Thorne and other may be just trying to get his head or something as proof to Ramsay that they did as he asked. Any way point is funeral of Jon will happen and most likely it will happen beyond the wall beneath weirwood trees where they take oath. And that's where white walkers will attack. And that's where Davos will understand who the real threat is. Second point is I believe Melissandre will be there too for the funeral and will play significant role in Jon's resurrection but it will be not just the fire magic which will resurrect him but also the ice magic of white walkers. If R+L = J is true which is basically almost confirmed now with TOJ flashback happening - Jon has always represented balance between fire and ice. He is as per me is song of ice and fire. He do not represent just one element. So his resurrection happening just with fire or just ice does not make sense. For him to be the song of ice and fire in his resurrection both element should play pivotal role. Thus his resurrection will need to happen in such a way that magic from both aspects would combine to bring him back. And one more thing his resurrection should not be a planned resurrection - it would happen spontaneously thus making it truly magical event. I believe in his funeral pyre melissandre will have vision again and this time around she will sacrifice herself bringing R'hallor magic and whitewalker's mojo will be done at same time - thus ending in a weird combination of magic which will end in Jon rising again. So far in both trailers we haven't seen Melissandre in any scene apart from wall unlike Davos. So I think she won't survive beyond episode 2 or 3 of this season. So what do you guys think about this? Is there possibility of this happening or I am just overthinking it and Melissandre alone would resurrect Jon ?
  12. Well first of all I want to inform this post is based more on new trailer of season 6 rather than books. Now everyone is counting on Melissandre to resurrect Jon and at the current moment its most obvious option before us. She will have a part in his resurrection but but somehow I think things will be not that straightforward and easy. Although the entire second trailer was magnificently done there were two scenes which stand out for me - the white walker scene just right after Davos finishes his speech of dead are coming. There was a clip of someone swinging fireball at someone and then white walkers crossing fire. Now after the massacre of hardhome I doubt any one would from night watch or wildlings who came this side would go beyond the wall without any reason. And I doubt show would show any random white walker action sequence with some random wildlings who may still be alive north of wall. Even bloodraven's place is warded by some magic. And although there was one shot of Meera looking at something I doubt a whole action action piece of white walkers is needed for just 2-3 characters of which two are combined to trees. So question remains what was that scene of white walkers about? And where are they attacking and whats with all the fire all around? Second question which is in my mind is its never showed in the show or for the fact in books too that whether Davos believes white walkers attack and wight attacks beyond the wall. At least he definitely doesn't believe with that strong assurance with which it was shown in the trailer. He is definitely not the one to believe things by looking in Melissandre's flame. Plus in the first trailer it was shown even melissandre faith is shaken in R'hallor. So what happened to make him believe that real threats are white walkers and rising dead? My guess - white walkers attack will happen next during Jon snow's funeral and that may happen beyond wall. And that's where Jon will be resurrected. And no he wont be a wight. First of all the scene in the trailer where Thorne and his cronies are going to try to get Jon's body and Davos and other night watchmen trying to stop them is not a scene where Thorne is trying to stop his resurrection. Its simply about getting his body. I belief in show Ramsay does sent a letter to wall but its received by Allister thorne and in the letter he demanded Night watch to kill Jon because he is the only one to whom Sansa can run too. He may have warned them of killing everyone at wall and other grave consequence and that's what may have prompted them to kill Jon. And now Thorne and other may be just trying to get his head or something as proof to Ramsay that they did as he asked. Any way point is funeral of Jon will happen and most likely it will happen beyond the wall beneath weirwood trees where they take oath. And that's where white walkers will attack. And that's where Davos will understand who the real threat is. Second point is I believe Melissandre will be there too for the funeral and will play significant role in Jon's resurrection but it will be not just the fire magic which will resurrect him but also the ice magic of white walkers. If R+L = J is true which is basically almost confirmed now with TOJ flashback happening - Jon has always represented balance between fire and ice. He is as per me is song of ice and fire. He do not represent just one element. So his resurrection happening just with fire or just ice does not make sense. For him to be the song of ice and fire in his resurrection both element should play pivotal role. Thus his resurrection will need to happen in such a way that magic from both aspects would combine to bring him back. And one more thing his resurrection should not be a planned resurrection - it would happen spontaneously thus making it truly magical event. I believe in his funeral pyre melissandre will have vision again and this time around she will sacrifice herself bringing R'hallor magic and whitewalker's mojo will be done at same time - thus ending in a weird combination of magic which will end in Jon rising again. So far in both trailers we haven't seen Melissandre in any scene apart from wall unlike Davos. So I think she won't survive beyond episode 2 or 3 of this season. So what do you guys think about this? Is there possibility of this happening or I am just overthinking it and Melissandre alone would resurrect Jon ?
  13. North will only be back in the fold of seven kingdom if a stark is on throne. So whether its Aegon/Sansa or Aegon/Arya or Jon/Sansa or Jon/Arya or the final pair which I dread - Jon/Dany end up on throne. There is no other way north is gonna bend the knee. Considering dragons - somehow i believe they will not cause the same fear as Aegon I and his sisters dragons did because by the time dragons will come; north would have stared right in the eyes of real fear coming from north.
  14. I never understood one thing though - why Brienne never questioned Renly decision to crown himself before Stannis? If she is so morally upright about honor and all such values - how come she never gave thought to the fact that Stannis was elder and had more right on throne than Renly?
  15. Cant say about the ending line. But I am sure it would happen in pov of either Bran or Sam who would be in old town writing all the things which went down.