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  1. Wait whoring and drinking morally justifies murder? Also if Jon ended up in the Lannister or even Tyrell hands he would be considered a deserter that went to join his rebel brother to fight against them which I think is worse.
  2. This thread is about Arya killing a NW deserter. The only POV we have someone who tried to desert is Jon, and he would have but his friends. His friends had enough empathy to understand his situation and stopped him. Which is the reason you should question Arya’s morality and her sense of empathy.
  3. You do realize you can be depressed and lose part of your sanity too? Another question, Jon wanted to desert the NW to join Robb. If he had done that, would Arya morally be justified in killing him? He wondered what Lord Eddard might have done if the deserter had been his brother Benjen instead of that ragged stranger. Would it have been any different? It must, surely, surely … and Robb would welcome him, for a certainty. He had to, or else …
  4. It’s in the text that she is losing her empathy She could feel the hole inside her every morning when she woke. It wasn't hunger, though sometimes there was that too. It was a hollow place, an emptiness where her heart had been, where her brothers had lived, and her parents. Her head hurt too. Not as bad as it had at first, but still pretty bad. Arya was used to that, though, and at least the lump was going down. But the hole inside her stayed the same. The hole will never feel any better, she told herself when she went to sleep. ASOS That night after supper, Arya went back to her cell and took off her robe and whispered her names, but sleep refused to take her. She tossed on her mattress stuffed with rags, gnawing on her lip. She could feel the hole inside her where her heart had been. AFFC Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of empathy and remorse, shallow affect, glibness, manipulation and callousness.
  5. His birth "No," Ned said with sadness in his voice. "Now it ends." As they came together in a rush of steel and shadow, he could hear Lyanna screaming. "Eddard!" she called. A storm of rose petals blew across a blood-streaked sky, as blue as the eyes of death. Bran also seen it Finally he looked north. He saw the Wall shining like blue crystal, and his bastard brother Jon sleeping alone in a cold bed, his skin growing pale and hard as the memory of all warmth fled from him there’s actually a lot
  6. Actually this observation makes me more inclined to think Elia was not in love with Rhaegar and had knowledge of the situation. This would explain their complex relationship, harrenhal and Aegon being removed as heir after Rhaegar dying.
  7. Crona


    I think it is legit but I never found the date of it. I wonder if he said it after Feast and dance came out
  8. For this quote by GRRM: Q: Dany remembers a lemon tree outside the house with the red door in Braavos but citrus trees shouldn’t really grow in Braavos’ cold, foggy, climate. Is this discrepancy significant? Does it point to a future revelation about Dany’s past? Thank you so much. A: Very perceptive of you. Yes it does point to ... well, that would be telling. the screenshot of the message doesn’t show the date, does anyone know the date of this quote?
  9. "I told you, my little friend, not all that a man does is done for gain. Believe as you wish, but even fat old fools like me have friends, and debts of affection to repay." A connection has not been revealed yet
  10. if Varys had saved Aegon, I think it was for Elia rather than Rhaegar. It would make sense given the difference of treatment between Dany and Vis to Aegon. She was in a delicate position at court (Aerys had already mocked Rhaenys) and Varys was new at court too (he came one year before her marriage). Doran does mention having a friend at court still, what better friend than the master of whispers?
  11. No explanation, only that they are not Valyrian. I think George also used an example for Elizabeth Taylor regarding it. I think it’s “seed” for George in case he wants make one of the targs (Dany or Aegon) as a Dayne.
  12. Actually his father is Rhaegar Frey, it’s such a shame that both father and son died and Jon will never know he was a Frey.
  13. I agree, the Quentyn chapters up to this point are irrelevant. He could have been non POV and attempted to steal a dragon and we will still get the same result. So either it’s bad writing or there’s something more.
  14. Yes, I find it very similar to the letter that Lysa sent Cat. If Cat had actually tried to look at the letter objectively, talked to Lysa about it and figured out she was crazy then she may not have kidnapped Tyrion.
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