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  1. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    It probably should be locked cause almost everything that you have asserted in this thread has no basis in fact/has no textual evidence. I mean, you decided that since Rickard asked for trial by combat that he must be a knight who is turning away from the old gods. It's like 2+2=5.
  2. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    As someone told you earlier ITT, the burden is on you to prove that Brandon was a knight considering there was never any textual evidence to support that. If Brandon had been a knight, Ned would've mentioned it or thought about it at some point.
  3. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    I'm glad to see that you got this posted before I did. The Hugh of the Vale exchange pokes a hole in this whole ridiculous theory.
  4. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    I think you're being a little thick. Sandor was not a knight. Jory was not a knight. In GOT Ned even talks about how knights have a high opinion of themselves when he sends Jory to talk to Ser Hugh of the Vale. Ser Hugh wouldn't talk to Jory because Jory wasn't a knight, he was merely Captain of Guards for Ned. Then Ned even thinks to himself that even though Ser Hugh is a knight, Jory is older and 10 times the swordsman. No one considered Sandor a knight because Sandor wasn't a knight. They considered Sandor a bad SOB and an awesome fighter and killer, but not a knight. Jory Cassel was also not a knight, just like Eddard is not a knight and Brandon wasn't a knight. Ser Rodrik is the only Cassel was know of that was a knight, so you assuming that the Cassel family practiced knighthood is also likely wrong. Martyn was never identified as a knight. Your whole theory is based on premises that simply are proven to be untrue or that have no evidence to back them up. Also, Sandor did compete in the Hand's Tourney....he was one of the final 4 jousters and he defeated Jamie Lannister.
  5. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    Dude you are making stuff up here. Sandor was NOT a knight. He hated knights. He was never dubbed and never did a vigil. It doesn't matter what you think people viewed him as, the fact of the matter is that he's not a knight according to the text. He even bitches at people for calling him "Ser," and corrects them. You are now trying to bend things to your theory, which really has zero textual evidence. Pretty much every part of your theory is filled with massive assumptions.
  6. acwill07

    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    Tournaments are not reserved for only knights. In GOT when they stage the tourney in KL in Eddard's honor, Jory and Alan both enter the lists, and neither one of them are knights. The OP of this thread is making a massive amount of assumptions. Rickard Stark foregoing the old gods for the seven? LOL yea ok.
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    A Faithful Knight in Winterfell

    Brandon was not a knight and having a squire is certainly not evidence otherwise.
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    Poll: Is Jon Snow the son of a Dayne?

    No. Jon is 100% the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna.
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    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.
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    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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    Poll: Did Jojen Die Off-Page in DANCE?

    I really don't know how anyone could vote no. The answer is yes. Why else would Jojen be missing so much in the chapter when the others are around? Jojen knew he was going to die, and that's why he became so sullen and depressed and according to Meera "wouldn't even fight his fate." Yes, Jojen is dead and Bran ate a bit of him. I suspect Jojen knew all along that this was how he would go.
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    About R+L=J and a different point of view

    This is exactly what I was going to post. The OP is misinterpreting the text. The Ghost of High Heart, who has a touch of greenseer in her, can tell that Arya is going to become an assassin. The GOHH was also obviously present at Summerhall the day that Aegon V made the mistake of trying to hatch dragons. In any case, she isn't linking Arya with Summerhall.
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    The three Kingsguard were loyal to Rhaegar, not Aerys.

    I think your premise is pretty much widely accepted. Rhaegar and Arthur Dayne were very close, and it's obvious that he and Whent thought that Aerys needed to be deposed in favor of Rhaegar, hence the tourney at Harrenhal.
  14. Your final paragraph is wrong. Sansa's beating ABSOLUTELY were for Joffrey's entertainment. He wasn't trying to send a message to anyone in the realm, he was punishing Sansa for her brother winning battles because he was a pussy and couldn't punish Robb Stark himself. Joffrey was sadistic, and he definitely enjoyed Sansa's beatings.
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    Edmure Tully

    As some have already said ITT, it's obvious to me that Edmure will be rescued somewhere on the road between Riverrun and Casterly Rock, along with Jeyne Westerling. Hopefully Walder Frey will have released his highborn prisoners by this point so the Greatjohn and Marq Piper and the others can take part. Emmon Frey won't hold Riverrun for long.