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  1. acwill07

    R + L = J or N + A = J

    Of course it's R + L = J. Anyone who tries to convince you otherwise is simply trying too hard.
  2. I guess it depends on whether or not Aerys still decides to demand that Jon Arryn send Eddard and Robert to him. Because the rebellion definitely still happens if Aerys does that.
  3. acwill07

    Maekar vs bloodraven for the iron throne

    Maekar. I don't think Bloodraven wanted to be king. I feel pretty confident that Bloodraven knew exactly what his destiny was once he started having greendreams and conversing with the current three eyed raven.
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    If Ashara =Lemore, what's the sequence of events?

    This. The contingent of people on this board who want so badly for R+L=J to not be true are desperate for any alternative, no matter how absurd. I've yet to come across any alternative theory that wasn't complete and utter wishful thinking. It's comical at this point, because R+L=J is a certainty....it's not a theory at this point.
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    Was Robb drugged?

    I think this theory is more reasonable than most of the theories on this forum. In fact, I'm inclined to believe that some form of this theory took place. Honestly, I think something was put on the arrow that was used to shoot Robb in the arm. If you notice the sequence of events, Robb gets shot in the arm and then almost immediately the castle garrison surrenders. Then Robb's wound festers.....IMO that was exactly what the Spicers wanted to happen. I believe that is the plan they made when they made a pact with Tywin.....wound Robb, get him bedridden, let Jeyne seduce him. I'm not sure if he was given a love potion or not, but it wouldn't surprise me. I definitely think he was given something, whether it was a mild poison on the arrow or a love potion later. Martin makes too big of a deal about explaining Sybelle Spicer's background for that to be meaningless.
  6. acwill07

    Was Robb drugged?

    Well, we've got people on here who think Jon Snow is the son of Ned and Ashara or that Dany is the daughter of Ned and Ashara and there's zero evidence for that, so why not this? IMO this is much more likely than Jon not being the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna. There are lots of hints that something deeper is going on with Sybelle and that whole situation.
  7. You're twisting yourself into knots to try and be a contrarian IMO. The dream clearly indicates that Lyanna was present at the tower.....yes, the dream is a fever dream, but he clearly indicates that he's dreamed it before when not in a fevered state. Lyanna being at the tower is almost a certainty. He went to Starfall to return Dawn to the Daynes, not to give Lyanna anything. Lyanna isn't buried at TOJ because Eddard loved her too much and wanted to take her bones back to Winterfell. It's pretty simple and not everything is a misdirection.
  8. We've got numerous posters on this board who have convinced themselves that Jon is the son of Eddard and Ashara, when there's literally zero proof and all the logical evidence points toward Lyanna/Rheagar, and this is the theory that people have a hard time wrapping their mind around? You're right, it's not explicitly stated in the books that Roose was being disloyal at or around the time of the Battle of the Green Fork, but it's a logical conclusion to come to. Knowing what we now know about Bolton, I would say that it's not a coincidence that the vast majority of the casualties suffered during that battle were from all the other houses under his command as opposed to his house. I think @John Suburbs has it exactly right ITT. Roose may not have been being outwardly disloyal, especially considering he doesn't know how this war is going to end, but he definitely sacrificed other men in order to make sure that his house was in the best position once the war was over.
  9. acwill07

    Poll: Is Jon Snow the son of a Dayne?

    All of this is assumption after assumption. I realize that it's been 8 years between novels, but not every single thing in Martin's novel are red herrings. The ONLY evidence that Brandon and Ashara ever had any contact at all is when Brandon asked Ashara if she would dance with Ned at the Tourney at Harrenhal.
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    Poll: Is Jon Snow the son of a Dayne?

    I don't understand why so many want there to be some kind of secret romance between Brandon and Ashara, when clearly that's not the case because there's no evidence for it. Ned was the one in love with Ashara, which is why Brandon spoke to her on Ned's behalf for a dance. If people are using Ned's character as evidence then that's pretty weak.....sure, deflowering a highborn maid was not something Ned Stark would've normally done, but these were extenuating circumstances. Neither of them were promised and there was a lot of drinking and dancing going on at Harranhal. It's obvious that George is trying to convey that Ned and Ashara loved each other but Ned had to forsake her for the honor of his house and marry Catelyn after Brandon was slain. There is zero evidence that anything ever happened between Brandon and Ashara.
  11. acwill07

    Poll: Is Jon Snow the son of a Dayne?

    No. Jon is 100% the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna.
  12. acwill07

    Please explain Ramsay and the Pink Letter.

    This whole post was amazing and spot on. That was some seriously irrational hate toward Jon Snow for sure.
  13. acwill07

    Please explain Ramsay and the Pink Letter.

    Nice. The very second post in the thread and you got it exactly 100% correct. I LOL @ anyone who tries to say it was Stannis or Mance or whoever. There is no real evidence to back any of that up and it's all a reach, just like the folks who want R+L=J not to be true, when it obviously is. Ramsay wrote it after questioning Mance's spearwives and/or Mance himself. A lot of what is in it is a lie, as would be expected from Ramsay.
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