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  1. Do they even have enough money to go to Braavos?
  2. I don't know whether I blame Tyrion or not. But I think from Tysha's perspective, she would blame Tyrion and her blame would be justified. To her, it doesn't matter whether Tyrion was forced or not, he still raped her.
  3. I quite like the idea of Lady Stoneheart/Catelyn letting go of her discomfort of Jon Snow and giving him the kiss to revive him, as a way of acknowledging him and for her to finally let go of lingering negative emotions and rest in peace. Of course, a lot of things would have to happen in her arc to make that sort of big change plausible. And Jon Snow is too far away and he would have to stay dead for a long time if we have to wait for Stoneheart to arrive there. Not to mention that there are other factors(Melisandre, Ghost, burning of Shireen) that could contribute to his rebirth.
  4. "Renly thought she was absurd. A woman dressed in man's mail, pretending to be a knight." - ASoS, Jaime Ⅷ Said Loras to Jaime. While it wasn't really nice of him, it doesn't say anywhere in the books that Renly went around ridiculing Brienne behind her back. I think he mostly kept his thoughts to himself and only told Loras during pillow talk. “I asked him why he kept her close, if he thought her so grotesque. He said that all his other knights wanted things of him, castles or honors or riches, but all that Brienne wanted was to die for him." He also said this, so one can argue that Renly was only nice to Brienne for his benefit but he still was courteous to her (at least on the outside) and acknowledged her skill and loyalty. So even though he didn't think much of Brienne, he still treated her like a human being.
  5. Personally, I look at how a person treats his family or people around him when I judge if I respect them or not. In that aspect, Renly is closest to earning my respect. He did think that Brienne was absurd, but at least on the outside he was civil to her.
  6. It's Korean and it's the result of letting a handful of amateur college students translate without supervision and "borrowing" the name of a well-known translator to put on the cover. It was a cheap practice of publishers who didn't want to waste money on hiring a professional translator.
  7. Jaime Lannister "The things I do for love." -> "I love doing this." (KR) I bet nothing can surpass this one.
  8. I think Lynesse had some premarital indiscretion, and she was quite shallow so her father married her off to the far north as a form of exile.
  9. “You are a woman, my lady,” the Greatjon rumbled in his deep voice. “Women do not understand these things.” “You are the gentle sex,” said Lord Karstark, with the lines of grief fresh on his face. “A man has a need for vengeance.” “Give me Cersei Lannister, Lord Karstark, and you would see how gentle a woman can be,” Catelyn replied.
  10. Don't worry, Someday I'm sure someone will write fantasy series that is just to your liking!
  11. Something similar to what William Faulkner said in his Nobel speech. "human heart in conflict with itself."
  12. Besides what was already mentioned... Fate of Margaery and the Tyrells. Will they survive whatever's going to happen in Kings Landing? How Tommen and Myrcella will die, hopefully not in a brutal way, those poor innocent children... More skinchanger traits from the remaining Starks. Hot Pie!!!
  13. "There will come a day after a long summer when the stars bleed and the cold breath of darkness falls heavy on the world. In this dread hour a warrior shall draw from the fire a burning sword. And that sword shall be Lightbringer, the Red Sword of Heroes, and he who clasps it shall be Azor Ahai come again, and the darkness shall flee before him." Out of curiosity, was this prophesy mentioned in the show? I can't remember...
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