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    [Spoilers] EP702 Discussion

    I think sexual bias. I really think it's bc GW isn't seen as manly (though I disagree). I've seen this on several forums.
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    Share Your Fan Site

    Very cool! Just keep practicing. Def one of the more creative fan videos
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    Share Your Fan Site

    My Redbubble profile has my fan art and collages of popular fan art on every material item they offer. After looking everywhere for the perfect GoT merch I couldn't find what I wanted. No one offered the designs I like. So I decided to put my own thing together that I would actually want to buy! Check it out here https://www.redbubble.com/people/Raeslewolhn
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    Little Questions That Don't Fit Anywhere Else Part 3

    She thought she could control them, keep the upper hand. She wanted them to take out her enemies for her in a (not really) veiled way. She was wrong.
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    [Book Spoilers] R+L=J, A+J=T and other theories on HBO V.4

    I like this. What if... The young claimant Dany marries is Gendry! Whaaat? .... I jest.
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    Create your Westerosi house

    Name: House Freeland Sigil: A howling white wolf cub and a blue-green mermaid with a burning sword looking at the moon, on a field of almost-black-purple. Motto: The Moon is Our Mother Unofficial Motto: But we are not men. Location: Skane. House Sword: Dark Sister, and we have the other 200+ valyrian steel swords everyone wonders about! Other Resources: 9 ships (only 1 is large), 285 warriors (38 mounted on unicorns, 13 mounted on dolphins) and some badass powerful magic. Our Story: House Freeland was born ten thousand years (ago/before the HBO show), after the last long night of the white walkers and the pact with the Children. We accept all kinds, but we only have a Lady, never a lord. A troupe of warrior women, some are Stark, some from Lann's family, some Greys and others from other great houses and common families over the years, of many faiths. The first of our order saw what the world could be and how easily magic could be lost. We resolved to build a safe haven, known to no one but ourselves, in which to protect all manner of objects and knowledge to defeat the WW upon their inevitable return. Some of the Children remained with us as well. The first of our house decided it would also be a place to run to for those abused, broken, cast out and persecuted by the realms of men. Our numbers are maintained by liberating such people, mostly women, though a few children are even born here each generation. Those who leave know all too well how important it is to keep our secret. That's why you've never heard of us. The terror of nearby Skagos, who don't know about us either, helps with that too. We also have a small outpost in Slavers Bay/ the Bay of Dragons, from which we smuggle runaway slaves and innocent fugitives.
  7. I agree. Not my fav but I think a normal prequel move. It's a safer bet marketing wise. However, HBO might break the mold, they like to do that. Still, it makes the most sense. Edit. I take that back, I just read this EW article (GRRM says no RR). I'm not surprised he said no D&E either.
  8. I really like these ideas. Way back, answering world building questions with all the fantasygasms and drama ppl like
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