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  1. by rereading the series, it wasnt just that jon arryn was getting to the truth about cersei's children, infact that was the worst kept secret in the small council. "he was beginning to ask questions" could mean a ton of different things. maybe LF gave lysa the greenlight cause arryn was starting to realize LF's embellishment and rising tensions between the starks and lannisters was a bonus? but the timeline does match, when both lysa and petyr were in KL, and maybe one encounter was enough to be sure he had lysa in his pocket, keep her in sexual anticipation, and play on her worst insecurities. maybe jon arryn did know SW wasnt his son and chose to look the other way because he needed an heir, It then would be a greater comparison to jon arryn and LF, where even if LF knows SW is his son, doesnt care and just sees him as a pawn, while jon arryn if he knew SW wasnt his son wanted the best possibilities for him in fostering SW with Stannis.
  2. am i one of the few people holding on to the idea that quetyn could still be alive riding on the back vuserion back to westeris? we see in the peincess and the queen dragon riders coming from dragonseeds, and nettles wasnt even one, but tamed sheepstealer. i defenitly think, maybe not now, maybe in an epilogue, or maybe in the current story we'll see someone with a drop of the dragon interacting with them in a nonkilly way.
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  4. First off, Good Guy Garlan, thanks for catching my mistake on that one, that Robert had 17 children, and Cersei had only 3, as per Maggy the Frog's prophesy. Second, that would be interesting if Russell Merryweather is infact one of Robert's children. It would also make sense if also Taena is one of Varys's spies. Remember, Varys wanted to keep the peace in the kingdom as long as he could until Dany gave birth to a child and Vyserys got the Dothraki army he needed, the Dothraki would invade Westeros, and (f)Aegon, now at his potential would recounquer the Seven Kingdoms as their savior. If Russell is actually is Robert's son, he could be the other card up Varys's sleeve to try and recreate Aegon's Landing, with this generation's Orys Baratheon, who was a basterd. Third, besides the twins in the Westerlands, we know Varys's twists the truth alot, and we know that Cersei is only good at reactionary plans, not long term ones. I personally don't think she was the one who ordered Robert's children to be hunted and killed, I think that was Joffery. We see in GoT how he reacts to the minstrel's song about his father, and as someone pointed out, it would have only been legetimet children she would have had to worry about. I think because Joffery didn't have the education or training for the throne, he thinks Robert's children are real threats to his regime, and the order to kill them points to, at least, a subcounious realization on Joffery's part that who he has been taught he is and what he is suppose to be are not true. Then again, Joff isn't a POV character.
  5. Is anybody hoping that some of Robert's other children will get introduced? I love Gendry and Mya, we know what happened to poor baby Barra and Cersei has twins killed, Bella is still up in the air, and Edric's fate is unknown at this point. The likelyhood of Martin doing that in the next books are slim to none, but if we put out a compendium where they are listed and are given brief ideas of what their lives were like. If Martin where to introduce the 17 other children, what would you's hope they'd be like?
  6. Is anybody hoping that some of Robert's other children will get introduced? I love Gendry and Mya, we know what happened to poor baby Barra and Cersei has twins killed, Bella is still up in the air, and Edric's fate is unknown at this point. The likelyhood of Martin doing that in the next books are slim to none, but if we put out a compendium where they are listed and are given brief ideas of what their lives were like. If Martin where to introduce the 17 other children, what would you's hope they'd be like?
  7. Just finished watching GOT101's latest episode, Dangerous Ideas. One of the dangerous ideas in Westeros was Gender Equality, they explained that what it does is undermind the socitial fabric of Westoros, of male rule and female submission, gender equality underminds the Andall patriarchy. But I think with the history set up by the World of Ice and Fire: Alysanne, Ryanyra, Nymeria; events have been leading up to this change, and we see it with more and more women in the series coming into positions of power after Robert's Rebellion. Martin has place the focus on the main series being at the exact time frame where society is experiencing a fundimental that will be the result of the final events of the War of Ice and Fire.