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  1. Damsel in Distress

    Does Asoiaf Have a True Protagonist? *SPOILERS*

    Jon is not going to a protagonist. He already betrayed the Nightswatch and broke his oaths. The author just might increase the drama and the tragedy to push Jon over the edge to the Others. Jon got his cock bitten off by prophecy. He committed an injustice and let Mance Rayder go unpunished for his crimes so he can send him to get Arya. Or who he believed is Arya. He broke his vows and interfered with the game of thrones. Jon would have made an even bigger mess if not for Bowen Marsh and the loyal men of the watch stopping him. Jon is not a protagonist. He was a very conflicted man who finally crossed the line and got what was coming to him from Bowen Marsh.
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    Please explain Ramsay and the Pink Letter.

    The burden to prove is on those who claim somebody else wrote the letter other than Ramsay. But for the sake of this discussion . . . Ramsay has the motive. Jon crossed the line. He sent a wildling (and not just any wildling, the wildling king) to steal his bride. Anybody who isn't a rabid fan of Jon would be pissed at Jon's decision to do this. Ramsay has the information to compose the letter. The spearwives got caught. Ramsay has ways of making people talk. He interrogated the women and Mance. They gave him all they knew. Ramsay doesn't know Jon's personality. A sensible person in Jon's position would agree to the reasonable requests in the letter and cooperate. Ramsay expected Jon to cooperate. He exposed Jon's oahtbreaking and Jon should do as the letter is asking. Ramsay's goal is simple and clear. He wants his bride, Reek, and the rebels in his custody. None of these demands are unreasonable. Jon got caught doing something illegal and inappropriate. Compliance is Jon's way out of the predicament that he dragged the Nightwatch into. Even the wording of the letter points to Ramsay. Notice he doesn't say send Arya back. Because he knew that Jon would know. He asked for his bride back. Ramsay expected Jon's cooperation. Why would Ramsay bother to get the signatures of the northern lords? That's completely unnecessary. Besides, some of those lords can't write. They have the confession from the savages and they have the proof of Jon's oathbreaking. Jon basically attacked House Bolton already. Do we know for a fact that Ramsay always wrote in blood? We don't. He was in a hurry to make up for lost time. He used what was handy. Maybe he dictated the letter to a lackey. Swords are taken by the victors. Yeah. He has Stannis Baratheon's magic sword. I don't believe Ramsay expected something as stupid as Jon leading an army of wildlings to attack him directly. That's purely idiotic. Jon is a traitor and an oathbreaker. Perhaps the worst commander ever but Ramsay doesn't expect him to be stupid enough and dishonorable enough to lead an army of wildlings to attack a noble house directly. That's a very inappropriate thing to do for a lord commander of the watch. No commander has ever lead an army of wildlings to attack the kingdom he has sworn to protect.
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    Lucamore Strong the oathbreaker

    Mance will wish for death when Ramsay starts showing off his interrogation skills. Oathbreakers are not forgiven. Remember what Ned did to Gared? Deserters like them lose their heads. Gared had an excuse. PTSD. Mance has no excuse.
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    Top 5. Who will die in The Winds of Winter

    Victarion Greyjoy Daario Naharis Brienne of Tarth Samwell Tarly Skahaz mo Kandaq Those are the most significant characters who will die. Below are the minor characters who will die. Ben Plumm, Wayman Manderly, Summer, Edmure, Robert Strong, Meera, the Tattered Prince, Blackfish, and Doran.
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    New Theory: Dany has a super stomach!

    This is the dragon mounting the stallion. So yes it is a foreshadowing of Daenerys Targaryen taking control of the Dothraki people. Slavery won't end without changing the Dothraki because they are a big player in the trading of slaves. Their part in slavery make them guilty. It is only right for them to be used as a people to fight the masters.
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    Tyrion, the lord of chaos

    I disagree. Jon is the only one of those who doesn't have dragon blood. That makes him the false dragon. Mellisandre will try to present him as a dragon. He will be proven false and hopefully burned for it.
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    Who is Haldon Halfmaester?

    He's the Kris Kringle of Westerosi nightmare. He's made his way with a greyscale bomb to unknowingly let loose bio warfare on the Lannisters. He comes in the guise of a healer but he already dropped Jon Connington off. He's just another guy with a grudge against the Westerosi establishment. He's on the same list as Viserys, Tyrion, Quentyn, Jorah, Arya, Vic, and Barristan. Lord Eunuch sent them over to help Aegon. He doesn't know it yet but his team is about to unleash hell on earth when greyscale spreads.
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    Tyrion, the lord of chaos

    A Blackfyre is just a dragon of a different color. I wasn't asked but my answer for the fake dragon is Jon Snow.
  9. Who the villain is depends on what Robert and Rickard were up to. They are the villains if they were truly plotting against the Targaryens. On the other hand, if they were loyal to Aerys and they just got on his bad side and got roasted then you could say they were innocent victims. I'm on the camp that believe they were plotting to overthrow Aerys.
  10. Slavery is wrong. It doesn't matter whether the culture allowed it or not. That kind of abuse cannot be excused away by "Oh, it's just our culture. We're just doing what our fathers did." There is also this thing called justice. For all they have done, for all the atrocities they have committed, those slavers deserved to be punished. You see, there is no way to respect their culture and abolish slavery at the same time. You do not appease the KKK. World War II didn't immediately improve the lives of people when the Nazis were taken down. The process is painful. That is the price of freedom. Freedom is paid for with blood. The suffering and the sorrow will come before the rewards of freedom. What Daenerys is doing is absolutely right. The process will be painful but worth it in the end.
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    Summer vs. Jaime Lannister

    I am looking forward to the inevitable fatal confrontation between the Lannisters and the Starks. Bran almost remembered who crippled him during this scene with the Reeds. He will eventually put the puzzle together. He has a fear of Jaime Lannister. He will learn why in the future. Bran Stark vs. Jaime Lannister. It will be an interesting battle. It is a confrontation that so many of us have wanted to see for a long time. Summer, warged by Bran, against Jaime Lannister.
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    ASOIAF Jokes

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    ASOIAF Jokes

    Haha
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    Name the Parents

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