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  1. AdoraKitty

    That look on Tyrion's face

    There's a suggestion that when Tyrion found out Cersei is pregnant, he told her that Dany can't have kids. Which led to Cersei thinking that regardless of what happens, her child will sit the Iron Throne. Tyrion could now be worried that Dany might get pregnant after all.
  2. AdoraKitty

    PREDICTIONS

    Dragons can have many riders but people can only ever ride one dragon. It's in the books.
  3. AdoraKitty

    Jon legitimacy foreshadowing ?

    Yes. When he saved Jeor Mormont from the wight back in season one. He definitely got burned in the book. I can't remember if he burned his hand in the show too.
  4. AdoraKitty

    Surely Varys must have known.........

    I hope we get a Littlefinger epilogue where he reminisces about the letter and shortly after gets killed somehow. I super WANT to know what he wrote to her especially after he just "lost her" to Brandon.
  5. AdoraKitty

    Surely Varys must have known.........

    Hmmmm.....ok. You certainly make a good point
  6. AdoraKitty

    Maester Luwin Made a Copy of Every Raven's Scroll

    Thank you. I was getting confused over the significance.
  7. When Catelyn heads to Kings Landing and is brought before Littlefinger, she shows Varys and Littlefinger the valerian dagger. Littlefinger explains how he lost it to Tyrion in a bet. Littlefinger claims Tyrion bet AGAINST Jaime. Surely Varys must have known that Tyrion didn't bet against his own brother. Surely Varys must have known Littlefingers entire story was a lie. Why did he go along with the lie? Why did he never tell Eddard during one of his cryptic warnings to Eddard, that everything he thought he knew about the ownership of the dagger was a lie? One a side note: Will we ever find out what Littlefinger wrote to Catelyn shortly after his duel with Brandon? The letter that Catelyn burned and never bothered to read. Could it's contents have prevented her from confiding in Littlefinger and thus preventing her from kidnapping/arresting Tyrion at the inn?
  8. AdoraKitty

    Maester Luwin Made a Copy of Every Raven's Scroll

    What could Luwin have known that might help Sam in any way? Luwin would not have known Jons' true parentage. Sam can't learn that through the scrolls.
  9. Ooooh that would be a good thing. I miss Bronn.
  10. AdoraKitty

    bran is such a creep...

    I hope he's not going to remain this creepy for the rest of the show. I was glad when his scene ended.
  11. I'm re-reading the entire series and Bran makes a big to-do of how impossible it is to get up the tower that he finds Jaime and Cersei in. He makes an extra point that there's only two ways up and neither ways that he describes, sounds like something Cersei would take upon herself "Most of all, he liked going places that no one else could go, and seeing the grey sprawl of Winterfell in a way that no one else ever saw it. It made the whole castle Bran’s secret place. His favorite haunt was the broken tower. Once it had been a watchtower, the tallest in Winterfell. A long time ago, a hundred years before even his father had been born, a lightning strike had set it afire. The top third of the structure had collapsed inward, and the tower had never been rebuilt. Sometimes his father sent ratters into the base of the tower, to clean out the nests they always found among the jumble of fallen stones and charred and rotten beams. But no one ever got up to the jagged top of the structure now except for Bran and the crows. He knew two ways to get there. You could climb straight up the side of the tower itself, but the stones were loose, the mortar that held them together long gone to ash, and Bran never liked to put his full weight on them. The best way was to start from the godswood, shinny up the tall sentinel, and cross over the armory and the guards hall, leaping roof to roof, barefoot so the guards wouldn’t hear you overhead. That brought you up to the blind side of the First Keep, the oldest part of the castle, a squat round fortress that was taller than it looked. Only rats and spiders lived there now but the old stones still made for good climbing. You could go straight up to where the gargoyles leaned out blindly over empty space, and swing from gargoyle to gargoyle, hand over hand, around to the north side. From there, if you really stretched, you could reach out and pull yourself over to the broken tower where it leaned close. The last part was the scramble up the blackened stones to the eyrie, no more than ten feet, and then the crows would come round to see if you’d brought any corn."
  12. I'm re-reading the entire series and Bran makes a big to-do of how impossible it is to get up the tower that he finds Jaime and Cersei in. He makes an extra point that there's only two ways up and neither ways that he describes, sounds like something Cersei would take upon herself "Most of all, he liked going places that no one else could go, and seeing the grey sprawl of Winterfell in a way that no one else ever saw it. It made the whole castle Bran’s secret place. His favorite haunt was the broken tower. Once it had been a watchtower, the tallest in Winterfell. A long time ago, a hundred years before even his father had been born, a lightning strike had set it afire. The top third of the structure had collapsed inward, and the tower had never been rebuilt. Sometimes his father sent ratters into the base of the tower, to clean out the nests they always found among the jumble of fallen stones and charred and rotten beams. But no one ever got up to the jagged top of the structure now except for Bran and the crows. He knew two ways to get there. You could climb straight up the side of the tower itself, but the stones were loose, the mortar that held them together long gone to ash, and Bran never liked to put his full weight on them. The best way was to start from the godswood, shinny up the tall sentinel, and cross over the armory and the guards hall, leaping roof to roof, barefoot so the guards wouldn’t hear you overhead. That brought you up to the blind side of the First Keep, the oldest part of the castle, a squat round fortress that was taller than it looked. Only rats and spiders lived there now but the old stones still made for good climbing. You could go straight up to where the gargoyles leaned out blindly over empty space, and swing from gargoyle to gargoyle, hand over hand, around to the north side. From there, if you really stretched, you could reach out and pull yourself over to the broken tower where it leaned close. The last part was the scramble up the blackened stones to the eyrie, no more than ten feet, and then the crows would come round to see if you’d brought any corn."
  13. AdoraKitty

    What was your favourite book as a child?

    The Chronicles Of Narnia. The amount of wardrobes I climbed into as a child is unreal.
  14. Love Dan Jones. I watch all his documentaries on the history/discovery and such channels.
  15. AdoraKitty

    Patchface

    What is up with Patchfaces riddles. All the other riddles/dreams/visions etc from the other characters, I can pretty easily decipher but Patchfaces have me completely stumped.
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