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    Rethinking Saint Jon and Winterfell

    I agree that in the show they sort of "dulled" him down. Then again, it's more difficult to portray inner monologue in a visual format. I wonder how "dark" he'll turn, possibly a bit more decisive and less naïve.
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    "Always the Old Way"

    I have no idea, but sounds like something Asha would say to spite her two uncles' obsession with the old way.
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    Victarion's accent via Roy Dotrice... ?

    I don't know but I'm sad that I'll never get to hear Victarion voiced by Dotrice ever again. He really gave the character an extra touch.
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    Is there anyone here who finds Ramsay boring?

    I find his archetypal evil character almost comical - and funny.
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    Was CERSEI Joffrey's True Murderer?

    Tyrion was set to marry Sansa, as per Tywin's order, so I guess he'd leave KL in due time anyway. Cersei only had to wait a year or so and he'd be gone for sure, to claim the North. He wasn't even Hand anymore. It seems odd to me that she'd now all of a sudden be so set on killing Tyrion.
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    Why do people hate Sansa?

    I don't, she interests me more than Arya right now, mostly because she is a more interesting character in an interesting setting. However, I think that might change next book.
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    Benioff and Weiss to Create New Star Wars Series

    I'm happy I never got into the Star Wars sagas, otherwise I'm sure to be disappointed by this series. I'm assuming the ones that presumed D&D to be talented looked at the viewership ratings of GoT and not the content. Honestly, perhaps they thought D&D wrote the whole story altogether, do they not understand that they essentially rode a huge wave that GRRM had already set into motion? Well, I don't know them, nor do I know anyone in their presence to tell me how they are like, but from what I've read about them - and just watching the deterioration of the latest season of GoT - I'm not impressed.
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    The Ultimate Winds of Winter Resource

    That's what I'd like to know. Still, it worries me that he still does not seem to have a clear idea if he will require additional books. I would expect that at this point (as I'm sure he has finished at least the largest part of TWOW) he would at least be able to estimate roughly how many more books are required. Perhaps he will release an intermediate book A Time for Wolves before A Dream of Spring.
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    The Ultimate Winds of Winter Resource

    Sorry for interrupting your analysis Werthead, but I just read GRRM's latest blog post (Feb. 7th, 2018) on his Not a blog-blog. He writes that he doesn't "consider A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE a series either; it's one single story, being published in (we hope) seven volumes." Is he seriously worried that he may require an additional book, or is he painting a grimmer picture here? It may just be like some people are discussing, that he has a very hard time turning a very cone-shaped expansion of material (and side stories) in his series into a converging form - i.e. tying loose threads together. Especially considering the above post which suggests that he has may have hard time writing the end of TWOW in a satisfactory manner which does this presumably. Source: https://grrm.livejournal.com/
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    How do you picture all the characters?

    Well, I certainly picture Stannis more like this than Stephen Dillane (I have nothing against the actor though). http://awoiaf.westeros.org/images/7/71/Joshua_Cairosstannisbaratheon.jpg
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    Maybe one of the junkie illustrators had a Freudian slip. Their words: "None so High".
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    Of all the Targaryen names...

    I don't get it either. I got severely pissed when his name was revealed to be Aegon. Are they assuming show watchers aren't familiar with the lore, i.e. Rhaegar already having two children, one of whom is named Aegon as well? I wonder if they will even give an explanation to that in season 8.