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Euron III Greyjoy

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  1. At one point it seemed more likely then ever that it was going to be out in 2016, so I wouldn't be at all surprised if it didn't come out in 2020.
  2. I imagine there will be a "Scouring of the Shire" type scenario at the end. Probably something similar to the show, but instead of Cersei, Daenerys will fight against the "rightful King" Aegon VI Targaryen, painting herself as the villain usurping her brother's son with foreigners and beasts. ASOIAF isn't ASOIAF without political intrigue.
  3. I always liked them, but I also had the added benefit of firstly, being able to binge read them, and secondly, I knew that my favourite characters, such as Jon and Tyrion, would be appearing again in ADwD. Had I read the books when they where coming out, and waited 5 years for AFfC only to find out that we where pretty much getting a completely new set of POV characters that we've never seen or heard from before, I might've disliked the book alot more during my first read. ADwD is my second favourite, and its a very close second. I loved getting to see Jon ruling at the Wall, and Tyrion at rock bottom only to slowly build himself back up again.
  4. More like smart Robb. Jaime Lannister is way more valuable then two little girls.
  5. He's probably after the 'Blood and Fire' book in the Citadel vaults.
  6. I do think Daenerys will burn King's Landing, but I really just cant see any of the cheesy shit that happened in this episode happen in the books.
  7. Agreed. He didn't even do it in secret, he literally did it in front of a group of Nights Watchmen, wildlings, a giant, and possibly some Queen's Men. I get that Jon was literally just about to march on Winterfell, but surely he could've called him aside or something.
  8. Its honestly difficult to say what will happen next. You have to remember that Bowen is making enemies out of the wildlings, a giant, and the Queen's Men, since he will want to send Selyse, Shireen, and Melisandre to the Boltons. Even the Nights Watch will probably be more of a problem then you think they will be. Sure, Bowen will probably have most of the stewards and builders on his side, but the majority of the rangers where big Jon supporters, and they are presumably the best fighters in the Nights Watch. There will be a civil war in the Nights Watch, and for the sake of the story actually progressing, I feel like Bowen has to loose this fight, unless of course GRRM plans on having the Others win.
  9. I see where you're coming from, but I feel like if something like that was to happen, it would be a child of Jon and Daenerys that would finally stop the Long Night. The series is called 'A Song of Ice and Fire', so I feel like Jon must have some sort of relevance, whether it be Jon is the ice and Daenerys is the fire, or Jon is both the fire and the ice. If Jon or one of this future children doesn't play a part in finally beating the Others, I feel like his character is kind of pointless.
  10. What's Rhaego going to do to help in the Long Night, drool on the Others? Are you suggesting that there is going to be some sort of massive time jump or perhaps that the last book will end on a cliffhanger where the Others still haven't been defeated?
  11. And then after that when they try and persuade you that Jon is the son of Ned and Ashara with a pubic hairs worth of clues, despite the many clues pointing to him being the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna. xD I don't get why people seem so desperate for R+L=J not to be true. I don't want any of that "its too simple" bullshit either. Its simple because people have been theorizing it for over 20 years at this point.
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