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Angel Eyes

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  1. Right; so he's leading Tywin on a merry... and then what? Which way is he trying to go? He came from the east; if he goes west, he runs into Lannisport. Could he take Lannisport? He goes south, he runs into the Tyrells (not allies). He goes north, he runs into the Greyjoys.
  2. Red Wedding: Thrift Shop "What you got rockin a wolf on your noggin"
  3. He could smash the hell out of it but not bring it to its knees. Perhaps, if he'd tried harder to save Sansa his mother wouldn't have cost him a bargaining chip by freeing Jaime.
  4. I was leaning more towards the former.
  5. See for yourself (albeit this one has Tywin).
  6. Couldn't he? Anyone knows that the Lannisters aren't to be trusted with kid hostages (Rhaenys and Aegon, the Tarbeck boy), or hostages in general (Elia Martell).
  7. I remember a fan-made poster for The Wedding Planner with Walder Frey and Roose Bolton's heads replace the two leads...
  8. Right; so burning someone alive isn't abusing power?
  9. That's if Sansa and Tyrion's kid is even accepted.
  10. I think that part of Rhaegar's abilities have been played up; he was a good harpist and singer, read a lot (to the point where it was joked Rhaella swallowed books and candles while pregnant with him), and a very good jouster, but not practical. The whole plan with Lyanna (if there was one) wasn't thought out, made a strategic mistake that got his army routed, and the only time he fought outside of sporting competition was a loss.
  11. I've wondered that about Walder myself; maybe he wanted to hedge his bets? There's a reason why he's called "The Late Lord Frey" for coming late to the Battle of the Trident.
  12. Plus Rhaegar was a lot closer to age than Daemon and Rhaenyra; Rhaegar would have been 23, Lyanna 15 or 16.
  13. Yes. The point of his war to free his father and sisters, was it not? And yet it apparently doesn't occur to him that Joffrey isn't to be trusted with hostages with Ned's execution, or that his battles lead to Sansa getting beaten. What do you think would happen if after Oxcross Ser Boros slapped Sansa with his armored glove and she died from bleeding on the brain (think Home Alone where Marley hits both Harry and Marv with his shovel, which would have been fatal in real life), or Joffrey executed her just because he felt like it? He had Ned executed because he felt like it. One would think that Robb would have been a lot more focused on getting his sisters back, but he doesn't even try.
  14. If Robb's own father was executed by the Crown despite all advice, it should occur to Robb that Joffrey isn't to be trusted with Sansa's safety.
  15. Plus Cleos Frey; as the go-between for the Starks and the Lannisters, Robb could have had terms set up for Sansa there, like "While my sister is under your custody she is not to be harmed; if Sansa is mistreated that punishment will be met with equal force on your uncle Ser Jaime".
  16. At the least kept tabs on her, made sure she wasn't being mistreated. For the attention he pays to her safety, he might as well cut her throat instead.
  17. Granted, the Qarth storyline isn't much better in the books.
  18. I'd say another one is that Robb never tried to rescue Sansa; it should have been on his mind that Joffrey having Ned executed against all advice meant that she was in danger at any given moment.
  19. Another ship I liked is Sansa and Podrick. He's a nice enough boy who's around her age, unobtrusive. Would have been a good option for Sansa to marry as part of Tywin's plans.
  20. Don't play innocent with Cersei. Wasn't there a point where she thought Robert should have committed genocide against the Ironborn in AFFC?
  21. If he can charm a whole bunch of islands I could see Euron and Daenerys getting together.
  22. That's if Jaime gets out of Lady Stoneheart's clutches.
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