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  1. kungtotte

    Awesome. Awesome to the max.

    So I have a bunch of stuff, all of which are part of the reason I haven't been very active here lately. In the past five months I have: bought (and moved into) a house, married the love of my life, and most awesome of all I became a father to an amazing baby boy who is now sitting in my lap wondering what all these clickety-clack noises are. I always thought people were kind of full of it when they talked about what it was like becoming a parent, but holy crap. It's a pretty huge thing. It's both worse and better than I ever imagined but ultimately it's so fantastic.Life-changing to say the least.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP108 Discussion Part 2

    That topic has been done to death, but let me just say this: Arya kills a lot of people in cold blood for someone who is not a cold-blooded murderer.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP108 Discussion Part 2

    Robb is his father's son, no doubt. Both of them are completely stand-up, honourable men who will do what needs to be done. If they say they will do something, they will do it. If they think something is the right thing to do, they will do it. Their downfall is thinking that everybody else is like that too.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP108 Discussion Part 2

    The scout is going to run to Lord Tywin all like "OMG Robb Stark has 18,000 men, and he's marching straight for you!", and Tywin is going to be like "LOL WHAT A NOOB. I'mma put all my guys right here and meet them head on", then what happens is that Roose Bolton shows up with only Robb's foot and locks Tywin up in battle while Robb leads his horse to defeat Jaime's host. By letting the scout live, he is feeding Tywin false information. Deception is a crucial part of war.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP108 Discussion Part 2

    I really liked the casting of the Greatjon, and how the character was played. He feels a bit like Hamish and Campbell from Braveheart (and of course, James Cosmo/Campbell plays the Old Bear!), which is pretty much exactly the mental image I had of the Greatjon when I was reading the books. "Well, we didn't get all dressed up for nothing."
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    Glen Cooks The Black Company series

    I think Myth borrowed heavily from a lot of different mythologies, but there's definitely a lot of resemblance (spoiler warnings for the game) to the Black Company books to be found. Those games were criminally under-appreciated.