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  1. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    You mean khat? Well, no-one was described as getting high from sourleaf.
  2. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    WTF is qqat? With the addictive chewing it's clearly meant as a tobacco analog. That's rather sad. It wouldn't make sense to include any of these since they didn't became widespread worldwide until after the middle ages, which twoiaf is based on. So no coffee, tea, chocolate, etc. Maybe GRRM will conjure up another analog for one of them.
  3. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    I don't think so, at least none was shown yet. Sourleaf is more like tobacco, but red and leaves a stain of the teeth.
  4. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    ... You were the who failed to comprehend it... Rhaenys could answer like a normal person.
  5. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    You didn't actually answer my question. You mixed in the Pentos mushrooms in this somehow, which have no relevance.
  6. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    It's not like he had access to the poisons after his arrest to take them across the sea More than what? He didn't have poison in Pentos. How would he? He saw some mushrooms, picked them up.
  7. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    I know. I mentioned it, otherwise people would have pointed at that. It was mentioned after that as well, by Kevan, where again, Tyrion didn't deny or confirm it in any way. I wanted to know if it was addressed any other time that I might have forgotten, or didn't notice. Well, Cersei's influence might make Varys say it. Pycelle says whatever the queen puts in his mouth. Though I don't see why Tyrion would want to take it. No-one especially want to poison Tyrion (even if someone wanted, there are other places to by poison) and the Grandmaster's chamber is not something I expect to be accessable to just anyone.
  8. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    I see. So it remained inconclusive.
  9. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10106

    Did Tyrion actually steal poisons from Pycelle? (Other than the laxative) Was it confirmed or rebutted? I only remember Tyrion not denying it at all. It would also be the only thing that's actually a lie of the things that Varys said as a witness.
  10. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10105

    I don't think it's likely. Nor was his beard mentioned. Since he's not in the wilderness anymore I expect he returned back to shaving his face.
  11. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10105

    Precisely. It's also abandoned for the winter, so the wights would have no interest.
  12. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10105

    How do you pronounce Jaehaerys? It would be logical to be pronounced with an /e/ (or maybe an /eː/) as is typical (and apparently as it is in latin), such as maester or Daenerys. Though it feels odd with this combination of consonants.
  13. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10105

    What's the popular opinion on Val's eyecolor? Is it grey or blue? By the way, when GRRM is in discrepancy with himself, is it best to think of as the last thing he wrote to be the right one or what he wrote earlier?
  14. mzso

    Small Questions v. 10105

    Well, it first came up on Dragonstone and many stone dragon figures were described there, so I think the connection was always there so it doesn't require making.
  15. Jesus... The writers really need GRRM's books to work on... How on earth did they come up with this incredibly stupid cliché of the hero getting submerged for an indefinite/arbitrary amount of time meanwhile even swimming underwater until entire armies pass and/or they swim far enough away that no-one's in the vicinity. They pulled out this crap twice this season, with Jon (even though there ware also wights underwater) and Jaime/Bronn. And once in the sixth season in the Arya episode (with Arya), which is by far the stupidest episode of the series.
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