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    Doctrine of Exceptionalism

    Seems like the whole "against being incest" thing strives from tradition, not scripture, hence it was freer to make the Exceptionalism thing a doctrine.
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    Let's talk about some of the awful art on the wiki

    You think that's the worst thing https://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/File:Night's_King.png This art is so bad
  3. For example: The Ghost of Christmas Past shows Walder as a child, being annoying at the Whitewalls tourney after seeing his sister having intimate relations with a servant. The Ghost of Christmas Present shows Walder's sons and grandsons feuding about next line of succession. The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come shows House Frey in ruins, the Twins destroyed and his grave forgotten and neglected. Sobbing, he pledges to the ghost that he will change his ways to avoid this outcome. "PLEASE SPIRIT DON'T MAKE THIS BE! DON'T MAKE THIS FUTURE COME TO PASS! WHAT MUST I DO?!" After waking up, Walder awakens on Christmas morning with joy and love in his heart! He decides to abandon his Red Wedding plan and continue to be loyal bannermen of House Stark and Tully. The wedding goes smoothly and Edmure has a pretty wife. Walder blesses the bride and the groom and wishes everyone in the wedding Merry Christmas.
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    Martins history or Tolkiens?

    I don't like the lack of mythologies in GRRM's world. Likely he's not showing us because of spoilers Anyways imagine Tolkien writing Silamarillion but only writing about Gondor's history
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    Brandon the Shipwright and Brandon the Burner

    West African, not Middle Eastern. Who knows, maybe he was reading some pop history book and it came upon him.
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    Brandon the Shipwright and Brandon the Burner

    Brandon the Shipwright was likely inspired by Abu Bakr II of Mali
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