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Mr.Black

So did Stannis basicly win the war of five kings

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Seeing how Tommen and his kittens are sitting on the Iron Throne, I would say no.

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Well, he hasn't won YET but he is well on his way.

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Seeing how Tommen and his kittens are sitting on the Iron Throne, I would say no.

But tommen and sir pounce was never one of the five kings

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But if he didnt win? then who won? lol

Lannisters.

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Like most conflicts of that magnitude and complexity, it wasn't a clear cut case of one winner and rest losers.

I'd grant you that of the original 5 kings, Stannis is the only one still hanging in there (if only by the skin of his teeth), but while they fought new opponents have sprung up (e.g. Tommen as substitute for Joffrey, Euron switching in for Balon, and now Aegon coming out of left field), and they haven't been defeated. Yet.

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It's surely an interesting situation. Stannis is the only king who survived, yet he didn't win. Yet, at least.

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Yes of course Stannis won the war of the five kings - why else would he be sitting in the snow outside Winterfell while his soldiers surreptitiously try to eat each other?

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Yes of course Stannis won the war of the five kings - why else would he be sitting in the snow outside Winterfell while his soldiers surreptitiously try to eat each other?

Well I can think of a situation in which he won but is in the snows in the north. If he wins but has gone north to fight the others. Just sayin

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Well, he hasn't won YET but he is well on his way.

Might I ask if it is more a hope or a strong belief, supported by text? :)

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Yes of course Stannis won the war of the five kings - why else would he be sitting in the snow outside Winterfell while his soldiers surreptitiously try to eat each other?

Haha, so good Lummel.

Victory tastes sweet, eh?

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That war was won by Tywin(A non participant, i.e not one of the 5) Stannis is well continuing his own personal war.

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Might I ask if it is more a hope or a strong belief, supported by text? :)

Strong belief supported by the text.

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Well I can think of a situation in which he won but is in the snows in the north. If he wins but has gone north to fight the others. Just sayin

You're just saying sayin' that you haven't read the books yet?

;)

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That war was won by Tywin(A non participant, i.e not one of the 5) Stannis is well continuing his own personal war.

lol good anwser but i would haft to say mel and the firegod had better planning then tywin

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You're just saying sayin' that you haven't read the books yet?

;)

Uh oh, busted. :P

But seriously, i was just giving an example of why he could be in the north even if he had won the war.

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He didn't won, if some of the kings, for example, exiled himself and didn't fight, but lived more than the others he wouldn't be the winner. But I think that if Stannis take Winterfell, he will be very strong, with the Iron Bank helping him, well he has great chances.

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lol good anwser but i would haft to say mel and the firegod had better planning then tywin

They didn't win though,Mels is actually losing.

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