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    Bran III

    Bran dreams of the three eyed crow, and it tells him to fly or die. The crow then shows Bran things all over Westeros, and eventually Essos, and north of the Wall. When he looks at Kings Landing he sees Ned arguing with Robert, and Sansa and Arya sad because of Lady being killed. Then it says :"There were shadows all around them.One shadow was dark as ash, with the terrible face of a hound.Another was armored like the sun, golden and beautiful. Over them both loomed a giant in armor made of stone, but when he opened his visor there was nothing but darkness and thick black blood." Now the first shadow is quite obviously the Hounds. He is deeply connected to both the Arya and Sansa story. But who are the other two? Is the second Jaime? The gold part makes me think its a Lannister. Or maybe Tywin? And the giant with stone armor? First makes me think of the Mountain. But then again LittleFinger is a possibility. And even Tyrion. Though he is at the Wall at this time so wouldn't make sense to be him.
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    So Mance killed the direwolf? For what reasoning?
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    Wow, I never noticed that v.15

    Thanks to the "Lyanna Stark: A Gift from the Old Gods" thread by Voice, I'm stuck on the death of the direwolf in Chapter 1 of GOT. I never noticed that the foot of antler that was through the wolfs throat had its tines snapped off, as if it was forged into a dagger. This definitely changes things on the death of the direwolf. At first read, it was a simple gloomy foreshadowing of House Stark being torn apart with the coming of Robert Baratheon. But if it was a dagger, then it wasn't a simple wolf/stag battle. So then, who killed the direwolf? Although Gared is a possibility, I can't commit to this idea. Its pretty extreme to think the Others somehow convinced Gared to walk the direwolf south of the Wall and to sacrifice it in the Wolfswoods, just at that exact time, before getting caught in the holdfast and then getting beheaded by Ned. But someone HAD to have forged the antler into a dagger and wield it.
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    We have no evidence that Gared saw the Others. He could have took a horse and left them there when they went to explore the village. Also, how could the Others convince Gared to do this for him. They can't just talk to him. We can't assume he was spared. Being on horseback, its conceivable he glimpsed them from afar and just rode south. The direwolf either could have already been in the Wolfswood, or it could have made its way south on its own (guided by Bloodraven, or the COTF.) The tines being snapped on the antler is definitely peculiar. But we just have no evidence it was Gared. Why would he sacrifice the direwolf then stick around long enough to be caught, just to get beheaded and die anyway?
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    So what are you saying? The Others spared Gared to kill the Direwolf? I agree, who sent the direwolf and how Gared escaped the Others is what we've all been wondering for years lol. Although now thinking about it, the direwolf being pregnant would make it weaker so maybe Gared or someone/something else could have slain it.
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    There was a foot of antler in the direwolves throat. No there wasn't a dead stag, but they didn't exactly look for one either. Also, I don't believe Gared could kill a Direwolf.
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    What about the stag that killed the Direwolf?
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    Lyanna Stark: A Gift from Old Gods

    This always bugged me about the direwolves. The mother being Lyanna makes perfect sense. And now I feel pretty stupid not having noticed it sooner
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    Satin

    Yea I found this out after I did a little research. Interesting about Lyn Corbray.
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    Satin

    ^ignore that lol Satin was brought to the Wall when he was found in a dungeon in Gulltown. He never volunteered. Nor is it said what he did.
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    Satin

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    Satin

    I made a post in re-read project but realized I probably should have put it here. Who is he and who is he working for? Its said he came from a brothel in Old Town, which of course reeks of Marwyn. But would Marwyn need eyes at the Wall? Well it is a magical place, so it does make sense. But it seems Satin definitely had something to do with Jon being murdered. Satin was very bad at keeping Jon's fires lit, which means he was off doing something else. Possibly conferring with whoever he is working for. Also, it was odd that when he was being attacked, Jon couldn't get Long Claw out of its scabbard. Which very well could have been planned. If you are going to murder someone it makes sense to disarm them without their knowing. Of course Satin being Jon's squire would be the prime suspect. He handles Jon's sword all the time. But it doesn't seem like Satin was working with the mutiny of the NW that stabbed Jon. They all were very much against Jon taking him on as a squire, and generally looked down on him for being a whore. So, what's going on here?
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    Satin

    On further research, Satin was born and raised in the brothel in Old Town, but was found and brought to the wall from a dungeon in Gulltown. Even more baffling. LittleFinger? He of course has reason for wanting Jon dead. Jon could have claims in WF over Sansa if Robb named him his heir.
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    Satin

    Who is he and who is he working for? Its said he came from a brothel in Old Town, which of course reeks of Marwyn. But would Marwyn need eyes at the Wall? Well it is a magical place, so it does make sense. But it seems Satin definitely had something to do with Jon being murdered. Satin was very bad at keeping Jon's fires lit, which means he was off doing something else. Possibly conferring with whoever he is working for. Also, it was odd that when he was being attacked, Jon couldn't get Long Claw out of its scabbard. Which very well could have been planned. If you are going to murder someone it makes sense to disarm them without their knowing. Of course Satin being Jon's squire would be the prime suspect. He handles Jon's sword all the time. But it doesn't seem like Satin was working with the mutiny of the NW that stabbed Jon. They all were very much against Jon taking him on as a squire, and generally looked down on him for being a whore. So, what's going on here?
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    Baby swap

    I get all that. I just think its a little ridiculous that Stannis would "have them brought back". With everything thats going on he doesn't have time to chase after a baby or even lose some men chasing them down. He needs every man he can get at the Wall and fighting the Boltons. And I get that it was a part of Jon "killing the boy" in himself and becoming a man. I do like what you said about Shireen though. Very interesting!
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