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300 H&H Magnum

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  1. 300 H&H Magnum

    Conjectures on Robert Arryn’s Paternity

    I have to agree. His seed is weak and that is why robin is unhealthy.
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    Stannis wrote the Pink Letter. Clydas changed it

    Would Stannis, knowing how serious the threat of the others are, do this to lure the watch away from the wall? I'm thinking he won't. His sense of responsibility is not that far corrupted by ambition.
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    Stannis wrote the Pink Letter. Clydas changed it

    Clydas doesn't have the balls to edit that letter.
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    Prediction: Jon will become a direwolf

    Bran might join that pack. His dog is still kicking in the books.
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    Is death good? Why fight the Others?

    I actually disagree with you. Jon's killing of Janos Slynt was passionate and brought on by his dislike for the man who he sort of blamed for the death of his father. So ice is not the good side here. Daenerys is liberating an enslaved people and that is a very positive thing to do. She has shown more mercy. Take the example of Jorah Mormont, who was partially responsible for the death of Rhaego when he brought her inside Mirri's tent. She banished Jorah but did him no harm. There aren't many people in this story who would show that kind of mercy. Daenerys is also willing to win the people of Meereen over despite how she feels about them as a people. Jon didn't even try to win his people, the Night Watch, to his cause. Ice is the one destroying Westeros not fire.
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    Fate of Olyvar Frey

    Let's not overestimate his devotion to Robb Stark. He's just a naive boy who doesn't see the big picture. The concept of a sacred oath is beyond his grasp right now when balanced against the man who was his mentor. The young and the immature overvalue friendship and fail to realize the importance of rules, the law, oaths, and promises. He will realize how right Walder Frey was when he matures. What Robb did to his family was not a minor offense. The red wedding served a dual purpose. To help the Freys integrate themselves back into the good part of Westeros society and protect their vast wealth from any punitive damages for their part in the illegal rebellion. The red wedding and the dismay of the north is a small price to pay.
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    Did the Red Comet _____ ?

    We need to look at the timing. Did the candles start glowing right after Drogo's death? That would make them one of the possible lightbringers.
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    Did the Red Comet _____ ?

    Yes. Perhaps it opened a magic doorway between the worlds of the living and the dead. The ritual was a powerful form of necromancy that pulled the dragons from the stone. Stone is grey. Grey is death. Azor Ahai performed necromancy beneath the trail of the red comet.
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    Dead signs

    Maybe the First Men are descended from the Ghiscari. Both have a touch of evil in them.
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    Would a family therapist help the Greyjoys out?

    The Freys are not going to disintegrate. They are too many and too powerful. Walder will eventually find the lair of the brotherhood and get rid of those pesky outlaws.
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    Dyanastic Rule. Khal Drogo and Mance Rayder

    It looked like a collusion between Khal Drogo and the Dosh Khaleen to me. The other khals won't like the idea of answering to a superior khal. So who is pushing for this to happen besides Drogo and the crones? The leaders of the Free Cities. The magisters, sealords, and archons look across the seven kingdoms and see it ripe for the picking. An alliance with a united Dothraki people will make the conquest of Westeros rather easy.
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    “All men must die” just a maxim,a mission statement, or both?

    Neither. It's just an observation. People are born, live, and die. Immortality is not an available choice. Even the nutjobs who called themselves the Undying Ones have a finite lifespan. They can prolong themselves beyond the normal lifespan but they will not last forever. The wooden dicks beneath the weirwood trees live longer lives than most people but even they will die. The cult of the faceless men perverted this observation and made themselves killers for hire. It's a sham because they are nothing more than hired killers but it makes them feel better than a freelanced with no principles.
  13. It went down badly. Sansa and Joff might have taken that same road. Which they kind of did in a way. She was an accessory to his poisoning.
  14. A little social climbing for the family. More honor. Higher status. She took after dad. The man who wanted to marry his daughter to a high lord.
  15. Stannis is devoid of compassion. Rhaegar would commit atrocity if he meant to sacrifice an innocent girl to the flames to hatch his dragon egg. But he didn't because Ned seemed to hold him in high regard. Rhaegar didn't even try to use her as a hostage. He had a good bargaining chip and failed to use her. The guy is a poor tactician. If anybody was stabbing Lyanna at the tower of joy it was probably the Sword of the Morning plugging the Daughter of the Night with his blade.
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