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  1. I apologize if this have been discussed before. This is about the Myrish song called The Seasons of love, there are only 3 verses known and based on here, orders of each verse is not known, but we can find it out by looking at the women Jon Snow will/might love. This got to be Ygritte for her redhair, the first woman Jon fell in love with. There's a blond girl in the Wall right now that Jon is attracted to, Val. I think she got a bigger part to play for Jon resurrection, might become his second lover as well, there's also the quote "Ghost emerged from between two trees, with Val beside him. They look as though they belong together" which can back this up, although this might mean she'll have to die to complete the third part of the verse. I'm not sure about the color of Moonglow, but I assume it's silver hair, and she might become the third part of the verse, Daenerys. there's a few quotes in the book that might support this. "A blue flower grew from a chink in a wall of ice, and filled the air with sweetness… . mother of dragons, bride of fire", "The light of the half-moon turned Vals honey-blond hair a pale silver and left her cheeks as white as snow. She took a deep breath. The air tastes sweet." "Lying abed in her narrow bunk, she found herself wondering how it would be to have a man squeezed in beside her in place of her handmaid, and the thought was more exciting than it should have been. Sometimes she would close her eyes and dream of him, but it was never Jorah Mormont she dreamed of; her lover was always younger and more comely, though his face remained a shifting shadow." “A crown should not sit easy on the head. One of her royal forebears had said that, once. Some Aegon, but which one? Five Aegons had ruled the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, There would have been a sixth, but the Usurper’s dogs had murdered her brother’s son when he was still a babe at the breast. If he had lived, I might have married him. " "Jon wondered where Ghost was now. Had he gone to Castle Black, or was he was running with some wolfpack in the woods? He had no sense of the direwolf, not even in his dreams. It made him feel as if part of himself had been cut off. Even with Ygritte sleeping beside him, he felt alone." "Beneath her coverlets she tossed and turned, dreaming that Hizdahr was kissing her … but his lips were blue and bruised, and when he thrust himself inside her, his manhood was cold as ice. She sat up with her hair disheveled and the bedclothes atangle. Her captain slept beside her, yet she was alone." The song is said to be sad even though there's no sad part in the verses we know of, which makes me think that the sad part is yet to come. What do you guys think?
  2. I'm just sad and tired, thinking show and book will have similar ending, I might just unlike got/asoiaf groups and pages, donate my books and forget about asoiaf.
  3. so far Yes, I've read here in the forums that show and books will have similar endings, even when Martin makes it more satisfactory in the books, I think the show damaged by view of it, I invest a lot of time, hope and emotion for the series and they give me a ridiculously stupid ending.
  4. so far Yes, I've read here in the forums that show and books will have similar endings, even when Martin makes it more satisfactory in the books, I think the show damaged by view of it, I invest a lot of time, hope and emotion for the series and they give me a ridiculously stupid ending.
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    The Six Kingdoms

    I think not since it's said that Bran is king of six kingdoms, about essos though I completely agree, North is probably the least populous kingdom right now because of their losses, once the King of the South doesn't care about the North, the might of Essos will surely crush them, plus the future raids by Wildlings. beats me bro., they just got this idea about elective monarchy where only lords can vote and can be voted, much like Great council but this time they won't be choosing from Targaryen lineage but to all noble houses, South will succumb to another civil war in the future that's for sure.
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    The Six Kingdoms

    Elective monarchy is just like presidential election only this time, it's for life, it's much worse since common people doesn't get to vote, and they're voting from all other lords instead of a single lineage, in a long run it's a recipe for another Civil war. North - in a severe winter they experience famine, and Aegon V have to send large shipment of food to support them, in future if this happen how will they survive?, and what's to stop future kings from invading the North?.
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    "Bittersweet" can't happen in the show

    I expected a LoTR style of bittersweet, yet all I can taste now is bitterness, if the show will have the same ending path as the novel, I'm gonna feel really disappointed at GRRM, people will say that I hate it because it didn't end the way I wanted but still this show have so much potential to be one of the best I've ever watch, now It's the embodiment of disappointment of my love for Asoiaf.
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    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    Remember that there's a reason why Viserys burn, she's threatening to kill her unborn child(and probably her as well). I don't think so bro. Jon broke his vow to Ygritte and Jeyne poole, his sense of duty is a bit exaggerated by fans imo, Jon's also attracted to qualities of Val, fierce and independent type of girls who can take care of themselves, Dany is probably one of them. I also don't like the pairing man, but I think it's still inevitable considering they're at the same age, both are MC with both known lovers and a family.
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    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    an awful lot will disagree on that, even the ones who hates Dany or their pairing thinks it's inevitable.
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    Game of Thrones legacy

    Bandwagons will probably keep talking about how great the ending is for quite a while, but the talk about the show will die in the end, it will never be in one of greatest series of all time because of that last season..
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    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    If it does, I'm gonna cry for real, investing too much hope and emotion in the novels just to crush my heart to an ending to be the same as the show.
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    Boltons vs Manderlys'

    Manderlys is ahead, they are likely the 2nd most powerful house in the North after the Starks. Wealth = Manderlys(Silver mines and own a city, trade/ports, they also build a fleet out of their own pockets) Manpower = Manderlys(Boltons might control larger lands but Manderlys still have a city), Manderlys can probably field men 2x larger than any lords if they conscript their city Armaments = Manderlys(got knights with plate armor, Boltons use chain mail), Allies = mixed(Bolton got Ryswell and Dustins, Manderly got dozen landed knights plus other petty lords, lockes. flints and woolfield), but on one on one, I'll go for Manderlys
  13. Separating in independent Kingdoms will be bloodier, and it looks like only the North and Iron Islands wanted to be independent which is understandable because of their religion and culture as you mentioned, it will also create more wars far deadlier than war of the five kings, Iron Islands will also be free to raid wherever they wanted. Actually yes, he wanted the Iron Throne, it's one of the reason why Iron islands choose him as king, I advise you to reread Feast, It looks like you think War of the Five Kings is the major political changer in this world, you completely forgot about the Others, Think of how many people and lords will die in the process and the desperation they will face, they'll be united under their savior that's for sure. I agree with this, I've also read somewhere on another topic that absolute monarchy in Westeros will weaken the lords but will strengthen the ambitious generals in the future, but I think monarchs can avoid this by having dragons.
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    Opinion: Coolest Sounding Name

    Names Stannis Oberyn Euron Nicknames Sam the Slayer Neveryield Aemon the Dragonknight Lyonel The laughing Storm Daenerys Stormborn
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    Fighters and houses

    Great Houses Targaryen - Aemon the Dragonknight, Daemon blackfyre Stark - Cregan Stark Arryn - Artys the Falcon Knight Tully - Brynden Tully Baratheon - Bobby Tyrell - Garlan/Leo Longthorn Martell - Red Viper Lannister - Kingslayer Other Houses Redwyne - Ryam Redwyne Dayne - Arthur Dayne Selmy - Barry the bold Corbray - Gwayne Corbray Clegane - Sandor Cole - Criston Hightower - Gerold Umbers - Greatjon Darry - Jonothor
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    ASoIaF character poll

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    Religious Tolerance

    They don't have to, House Manderly worships the Seven and I'm pretty sure there's a lot of septs in the North outside White harbor, also the Seven is not as aggressive as Catholicism during middle ages, Riverlords are OK with having a king worshiping a different god. The faith doesn't have to send missionaries since they are fine with it, they've been with them for so long, and even after the Seven becomes the major religion in below the Neck there are still those who worship the Old, good example of this is the Ghost of high hearth and possibly Jenny of Oldstones, it's likely there are few thousand more worshiping the Old gods in the other kingdoms, even in the Reach.
  18. Stannis will ask Robb to send him Jaime and he'll get executed a day before they besiege King's Landing, I also think it's unlikely for Robb to attack Westerlands this time, he'll wait until Stannis gets his army at Storm's End and they'll assault King's Landing together, Robb will agree on this since he have to save his sisters, the outcome of the battle will determine everything, but I believe Robb and Stannis lose to Tywin the day Tyrells decided to declare Joffrey.
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    Duskendale Delay

    This is very unlikely, Aerys suffered from a trauma after the defiance that he never left the red keep, and there's no benefit from doing so, and they did kill a knight of a kingsguard. What does their sigil have to do with it? and that pre-requested plan by the king actually make no sense, Aerys ordered the extinction of their house save for dontos as a favor for saving his life so there's they got no protection from the king. back to the topic, I think it took long because of the confusion that followed after Aerys imprisonment, gathering troops required time and besieging a castle while the king is inside is also very risky so he have to sit and wait, it would also look ill if Tywin doesn't make an attempt to negotiate for a resolution, this alone can take months, he's still the hand of the king after all so Aerys safety is his primary concern.
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    Would Robert have been a better Lord than King?

    I think Robert took being lord of Storm's End/Stormlands seriously after his father's death, he just lose interest in ruling after taking the throne and also since he got more access to the luxury of being king in a rich and large city. Barristan said Robert is a better knight that a king though.
  21. I doubt he has a say on this matter since he come so late in rebel cause, he's not one of major rebels in the war, it's Tully, Stark, Arryn and Baratheon, Jon and Ned are arguing if Jaime should take the black or remain in KG and Tywin is also in the subject for killing Rhaegar's family so he doesn't have that much influence to major rebel lords, to force Jaime out of KG, he'll have to take the throne by himself.
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    The Night's Queen + The Night's King

    might be because she fell in love with him, Others can think and speak, they have emotions. It will be really strange, Westeros is a civilized society, they ban Slavery, first night, incest and many more, even if they've been push in the desperate situations of their lives, they'll more likely to kill themselves than to give their children to Others, I think there's other solution for them, Diplomacy is one thing without involving human sacrifice, the other is war.
  23. He planned it for Jaime only, he doesn't recognize Tyrion as his heir and he intended Cersei to be Lady of other castles and not Casterly Rock, he's probably planning of forcing Jaime out of Kingsguard before he die.
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    A thought on the Iron Throne

    Baelor I: Starved himself Daeron I: Got assasinated by Dornish Maekar I: Died from a siege Aegon IV: Died horribly Aegon V: Burned alive Aerys II: killed by his own Kingsguard neither of these people are usurpers, yet they die before their time. but I think Iron Throne got some sorcery on it, It wound any King it finds unworthy, Aerys II, Maegor and Joffrey