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  1. Little Scribe of Naath

    Atlas of Ice and Fire

    Hey @Werthead, this is really nice! I had a small quibble though: I think there are two types of black stone - one, the oily black stone of mysterious origin, and another, fused black stone (which was possibly made using dragonfire). If I am not wrong, the oily black stone is only in four places: Yeen, Asshai, Toad Island, Seastone Chair. It is not clear if the stone used in the Five Forts, Lorath and Hightower is the same as the oily black stone.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Oh yes. For some reason, I was under the impression the whole Kingswood Brotherhood campaign occurred in 280 AC, but Jaime says he was 15 when knighted, so that's definitely 281. Giving time for that, it would put the tourney of HH in around June/July of 281 AC, probably, as Elia would have been pregnant with Aegon but doesn't seem to have been showing at the tourney (otherwise someone would have commented on it.)
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    Small Questions v. 10105

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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Sorry! Thanks for reminding me
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    In TWOW, Do we know when this could have happened? Is there any information/hint of Elia visiting Dorne after Rhaenys' birth, or of Doran bringing Arianne to court?
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    GoT Actors in Other Stuff - Part 2

    Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) was once Fred Flintstone http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2272958720/nm0004692#
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    No, I don't think so. Only the Kings of Winter are said to have direwolves.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Meera and Jojen never use those swords, Meera only fights using her three pronged spear and net, which is how her father taught her to fight. The crannogmen aren't mentioned to be fighting in Robb's army either.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Do we know the whereabouts of Howland Reed during the rebellion, (excepting the TOJ portion of course)? He couldn't have been with Ned the whole time, as crannogmen don't know how to fight in battles or wield swords...
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    I was thinking along these lines...BR only started speaking through the ravens because Sam was "teaching" them...if he spoke without them being taught how to, maybe it would raise suspicion that the crow is possibly being warged? On the Wall they know about wargs after all. Or it could be that Sam has some special abilities as well.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    This is a great question. Maybe Bloodraven warging them?
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Thanks !
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    From AGOT, Eddard IV: When Ned meets Cat in the brothel and she tells him to work with Petyr to find out the truth of Jon Arryn's death, he thinks: It would not be the first time that Ned had been forced to make common cause with a man he despised. What is Ned talking about here? Who was it he joined hands with before who he despised?
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Are there any ideas on what was the book Roose Bolton burned in Harrenhal? Or was that scene there just to give us a glimpse at Roose's personality?
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    1) The Eyrie, as @chrisdaw pointed out above, is the castle made of snow where she will kill LF, fulfilling the GOHH prophecy. Most probably, she will control the Vale after this event. 2) The possibility of the Vale army going up North in Winter is very unlikely due to travel distances, the terrain, and the weather. 3) The North, after the defeat of Boltons, is now going to focus on the threat of the Others, Old Gods' magic, wildlings, question of Azor Ahai and so on. Jon, Bran, Stannis, Melisandre, etc will be the protagonists in the North. Sansa's story does not relate to any of this - she is going to be a player in the Game, and for that, the South is the place where she can actually display her skills. 4) Bran has a vision of her and Arya in AGOT being overshadowed by the Hound, Jaime and UnGregor. Since every other vision of his has been accurate, we can assume this will play out as well. I find it quite unlikely this will happen in the North - it looks more like KL or the Riverlands itself.
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