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  1. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    This is a bit confusing for me, but as you know that is nothing new, I thought Jon told Mance that Marsh was in charge of CB while Mornont was away.
  2. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Bernie, Slynt was sent to the Wall in disgrace. The commander of EW merely decided that Slynt was --- remind me of the NW titles ---LC, rangers, stewards, builders FFS I have been typing this for years --- yes Aemon encouraged Sam to politic in Jon Snow's favor. Why did Aemon do that. Jon Snow did not campaign --- Aemon set Sam to the task to get JS elected LC ---- how did Mormonts raven get into the kettle.
  3. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Of course Slynt didn't arrive at EW alone. Did Slynt stay at EW a while before Alliser arrived at EW. Either way I guess Slynt was vetted by the commander of EW. Slynt and Thorne arrived at Cb with their lackeys and Marsh the castellen bows down. Yes, Aemon Targ did give Sam the idea to politic. Story wise why would Aemon Targ care. if Jon Snow was elected LC. There are quite a number of working parts.
  4. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    As a noble black brother sent from KL to the Wall under the order of Tyrion for crimes that Slynt commuted the men of the of the NW grant Slynt special favor. Aemon Targ, the one that arrived with Bloodraven at the Wall is a schemer.
  5. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Marsh gives Slynt responsibility why. Truthfully, once Mormont dies I dunna known who is in charge of the NW. Are you suggesting that Marsh, the castellan, gave Slynt the authority to arrest Jon Snow as a tratior? Marsh favored Slynt, newly arrived at CB from Eastwatch via KL and allowed Sllynt the freedom to act like an officer of what.
  6. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Damn, I missed it. Why did Tyrion send Slynt to the Wall? I tell yeah, one blink and poof tis gone.
  7. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Story wise why did Slynt think he had authority at the Wall? Once a LC dies the men of the NW do a choosing. Yet, once Slynt arrived at CB he acted like he was in charge.
  8. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    The kid did not want to be LC. Aemon ( Targ) and Sam finagled it. Nunna ya yappers replied to why Tyrion sent Slynt to to the Wall. Slynt doesn't seem to understand that his KL connections means nothing. He is sent to the Wall by Tyrion for crimes he committed. Ohhhhhhhh, yes. Crimes are to be forgotten. Except --- for some reason Slynt takes charge of the NW with Thorne's help and sends the snowflake out to kill Mance and Stannis intervenes
  9. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Ohhhhhhhh, moving on. Could someone remind me why Tyrion decided to send Slynt to the Wall? or why Tyrion suggested that one of Slynt's companions might be shoved overboard (not arrive at the Wall).
  10. Clegane'sPup

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Could someone remind me why Tyrion decided to send Slynt to the Wall? or why Tyrion suggested that one on Slynt's companions might be shoved overboard (not arrive at the Wall). I have to agree with a few of the posters that this thread is a thinly described anti Jon Snow tread. Yea, tread. The kid did not campaign to be LC. Aemon and Sam finagled the election.
  11. Clegane'sPup

    What ASOIAF theory blew your mind?

    The theory really didn't blow my as if it has some merit in ASOIAF. What got me in trouble was Dr.Who time traveling Bran. So I'm not giving a link. I really like ---- The Great other is the bastard child of Megatron and Optimus Prime.
  12. Clegane'sPup

    R+L=J vs N+A=J (GRRM looses either way)

    I will accept an ending however martin delivers it. Caveat is, I'm gonna get an ending via tv. I'll still read the next installment of martin's saga when it is released, but I am not going to buy extra material.
  13. Clegane'sPup

    R+L=J vs N+A=J (GRRM looses either way)

    Sharing ones ideas can be right risky on this site. Yes, I agree martin will get a shite load of feedback. All martin can do is write his story. The controversial thing in your post is Jon Snow's parentage. I accept the R & L. If Jon Snow's parentage turns out to be the N & A after all these years of bickering it would be meh, okay. Let's get on with it. Actually, martin probably already knows he is going to get criticisms from fans. Does he care? Yea, probably.is is going to change the story, no. He a grown ass man and he knows the business. Youtube channels with people flapping their jaws are only relevant to those who choose to watch. Personally I like Rhett and Link. I watch and I think --- why am I watching this --- but I watch because sometimes it is actually comical. Bottom line, all martin can do is write the saga. People are going to like it or not. I don't like the idea of Sandor hooking up with Sansa. I have said if Ghost dies I will throw the book out the door. I'm still gonna read the next book, WoW. I am not nor have I bought any extra material. Do you think that martin is worried about some social media twitter storm? By the old gods and the new I sincerely hope not.
  14. Clegane'sPup

    Arya and Roose

    Admittedly it has be a while since I re-read the five books in entirety. Without bringing a bunch of quotes, I'm trying to get a bead on a series of events. It is revealed in A Clash of Kings - Catelyn V She had not known that Ser Stevron was dead, nor of Bolton's marriage to Frey. In CoK Arya IX before Arya escapes Harrenhal Roose receives a raven from his wife. The news upsets the Frey's because it brings news of Robb's marriage to Jeyne. The Frey's think they have been dishonored. After the battle of Blackwater in SoS Tywin says to Tyrion: A Storm of Swords - Tyrion I I have important letters to finish." "Important letters. To be sure." "Some battles are won with swords and spears, others with quills and ravens. Kinda implies to me that the ravens have been busy fluttering a bout for a while. It is in SoS Jaime VI that Roose and Jaime have their exchange about: "Even at the ruby ford, the crossing will be difficult. You will give my warm regards to your father?" "So long as you give mine to Robb Stark."/ It is actually the SoS Jaime V chapter that contains the meat and potatoes of Roose's character. If Frey was collaborating with Lannister and Bolton was collaborating with Frey before Robb's marriage to Westerling---- there is a lot of wiggle room like the Joffrey dagger thing that took three books to resolve & is still argued. Roose would not need or want Arya Stark. Arya, the girl supposedly behind the weasel soup would be a liability. What Roose got for betraying Robb was a broken manageable imposter for his son and the Warden ship of the North. Plus Ramsey got the gift of legitimization from the IT. Would Roose know Arya Stark by sight or keen observational skills? It is a long shot. I would think that Bolton attended one or more of the "harvest feasts" that were held at WF. I bring up harvest feast because of the below quote. Clash of Kings - Bran II Long before the first pale fingers of light pried apart Bran's shutters, his eyes were open. There were guests in Winterfell, visitors come for the harvest feast./ But, maybe during Eddard's fifteen years as Warden of the North, Bolton had no reason to visit WF to pay homage to his Warden. A Clash of Kings - Bran II "The feast makes a pleasant pretext," Ser Rodrik explained, "but a man does not cross a hundred leagues for a sliver of duck and a sip of wine. Only those who have matters of import to set before us are like to make the journey."/ Personally, I think Roose surmised that Nan was/is Arya. He didn't need the real deal because she would have been defiant and unmanageable. Roose was gonna leave her for Tywin"s Bloody Mummers to have sport with. Roose in DwD seemed to be aware of Ramsey's activities --- the burning of WF & Theon's captivity which happened in CoK ---- dem ravens musta been busy flapping. Perhaps I am over thinking. I do think Roose knew he had Arya Stark. Arya Stark didn't fit his plan.
  15. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    SSM translates to So Spoke Martin. There is a place connected to this site that has SSM's http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/ I do in real life try to help my fellow individuals. Sometimes the links work and sometimes they don't.
  16. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    The link was not an SSM. It was a a blurb of an interview back in 2012.
  17. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    Oye, wait a minute. You got dat palm facing you or away.
  18. Thanks. Maybe my grey matter is partially in tact.
  19. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    I quite agree. For fun and for free let us individuals hear what martin said waaaaaaaaaaaay back in 2012 iffin the link doesn't work do the copy paste thing on your browser.
  20. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    not hostile, assertive. Carry on.
  21. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    Under LF's tutelage Sansa is interested in Ser Harrold Hardying now. It's him that matters, him and the Waynwoods. The Winds of Winter - Alayne I Harry the Heir, Alayne thought. My husband-to-be, if he will have me. A sudden terror filled her. She wondered if her face was red. Don't stare at him, she reminded herself, don't stare, don't gape, don't gawk. Look away. Her hair must be a frightful mess after all that running. It took all her will to stop herself from trying to tuck the loose strands back into place. Never mind your stupid hair. Your hair doesn't matter. It's him that matters. Him, and the Waynwoods.
  22. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    I get it I ready do. You support SanSan. My entire premise thoughout our discussions has been Sandor does not need saving. In my opinion there is no beauty and the beast theme here. First off, I did not type the word "her." I typed the word "it." No, there is no further need to elaborate. Isn't that cute. I try to have a reasonably polite interchange of information, thoughts and ideas and you start blathering about torture porn and what you think martin thinks when actually what you are typing is what you think martin thinks. I don't know the author personally. I have never met the man. Therefore I do not presume to assume that I know where martin it going to take the saga. If SanSan becomes a reality in this story I would say good for you, you guessed it correctly. Are we done here? I think we are. Correct. He either desires her sexually or he doesn't. Either way he walked away. It was/is Sansa who has the fantasies. Correct.
  23. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    Who is Sansa going to marry? I do not know. I do not know where martin is going to take the story. Occasionally I make predictions. More often than not my predictions turn out to be incorrect. As has been pointed out regularly by numerous individuals at this point all that remains is speculation about what is going to happen in the unpublished WoW and DoS. Thanks for the offer. I do not need it. As you reminded me I have been hanging around for a while now. I have read bunches of threads. If SanSan turns out to be the way martin handles the story all I can do is keep reading the other parts. I want to know what is going to happen to the various characters in this saga. I just dunna like the SanSan idea. I typed: Highborn girls have some protection due to family name and prestige. At this point in the story Sansa is LF's bastard daughter,Alaynne. You responded: And? what exactly does this mean? To me it means that a majority of highborn girls/women/females/ have a slightly better chance at living a reasonably safe life due to the father's status. LF's daughter, Alyanne, is a bastard, her whole back story is a lie. If Harry rapes LF's daughter what do you think the consequences of that act are? I typed: Whereas Sandor reeled it in and walked away. Do I need to be more explicit? You replied: Probably yes, I don't want to misinterpret you? Sandor could have, using martin's words ---- fucked Sansa bloody. Sandor didn't. He offered to get her out of KL. She refused. Now LF has Sansa in the Vale. Sandor is on the Quiet Isle. Have you or any of the SanSan fans figured out how martin gets Sandor outta there? Is it gonna be one of those off page things --- Sandor is not a pov --- Sandor leaves the Quiet Isle and shows up in whose POV ---- Sansa, Jaime, Brienne, or ?. There are many posters who are way more familiar with the goings on in the Vale, the Riverlands and which ever region the Quiet Isle is located in. If fans of SanSan could or would explain how Sansa & the Hound meet again it would be helpful. Thanks. Edit: Sandor and his horse still seem to be a bit feisty, brash and defiant. I guess beauty did not tame the beast, who does not need saving. A Feast for Crows - Brienne VI On the upper slopes they saw three boys driving sheep, and higher still they passed a lichyard where a brother bigger than Brienne was struggling to dig a grave. From the way he moved, it was plain to see that he was lame. As he flung a spadeful of the stony soil over one shoulder, some chanced to spatter against their feet. "Be more watchful there," chided Brother Narbert. "Septon Meribald might have gotten a mouthful of dirt." The gravedigger lowered his head. When Dog went to sniff him he dropped his spade and scratched his ear. "A novice," explained Narbert./
  24. Clegane'sPup

    Who will Sansa marry?

    Belle turns the beast into a handsome prince. She saves him from a spell? I'm asking. Is this what the Hound is going to turn into due to the love of Sansa? Sandor already has a sort of kindness in his heart. He aided both Stark girls. He japes with Tyrion. Sandor defended Loras and Sandor did not kill his brother when he had the opportunity. How does 13 year old fugitive Sansa Stark Lannister get into a position of power? Time moves slowly in martin's saga. Don't forget there is a huge WF battle coming up. How does martin get Sansa from the Vale to WF now that winter is upon them? Paper shields can be torn up. Sansa Stark Lannister is a fugitive. Alyanne is the bastard/baseborn daughter of LF. How does Sansa's marriage protect her? What LF is promising Sansa is what Sansa wants to hear. Sansa participated in the lie about the death of Lysa. The Vale lords are already upset about LF being in charge of Jon Ayrrn's son. If Sansa beguiles and teases Harry one to many times ---- Harry may decide that LF's base-born daughter is his whether she likes it or not. Whereas Sandor reeled it in and walked away. Do I need to be more explicit? Keep in mind I am talking about martin's story. Might makes right and verra few females escape unscathed. Highborn girls have some protection due to family name and prestige. At this point in the story Sansa is LF's bastard daughter,Alaynne. Otherwise Sansa is Sansa Stark Lannister a fugitive wanted as a participant in the death of the King of Westeros.
  25. Clegane'sPup

    Meanwhile back at the Wall

    I am slightly familiar with the overall layout. My curiously is about manpower at the end of DwD. Shadow Tower is at one end and Eastwatch at the other end with CB sorta in the middle. Now that the LC is in limbo, if a fight/battle between the free folk, NW and Stannis’ men happens at CB who is going to seize control? Does anyone have any guesstamations (estimates) about who outnumbers whom? And/or how this situation is going to be handled by the author? I’m thinking that the free folk or if you prefer wildlings outnumber the NW, but I can’t remember if they are armed. I am also unsure of how many men Selyse has brought to CB. Merely some stuff rattling around in my brain that I hadn’t considered before.
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