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Euron III Greyjoy

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  1. Euron III Greyjoy

    Do you like Feast and Dance?

    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.
  2. I think people just didn't really care. Robert's Rebellion had just finished, and a new House was in charge of the 7 Kingdoms. Not to mention thousands upon thousands of people where dead. Who's going to look twice at some Lord's bastard? Especially with all that shit going on in the background.
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    8/21

    I'd be cool if it was an announcement for a new Dunk and Egg prequel, or Fire & Blood Volume 2. The only thing I don't really have any interest in is the new TV Show prequel, so knowing my luck it will probably be about that.
  4. Euron III Greyjoy

    How could we find out about Aegon

    Knowing GRRM, I could easily see him writing it in a way that we will never truly know for sure.
  5. Euron III Greyjoy

    Pick your favourite nickname from GRRM’s writing

    Bloodraven
  6. Euron III Greyjoy

    I never got over...

    I'm not sure that I'd pick up something that is so cold that it shatters steel either.
  7. Euron III Greyjoy

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Sure, you're right. Jon being a Targaryen set up the events of the story. I guess I was just hoping it would've meant something more in the present. I'm sure it will be more developed in the books.
  8. Euron III Greyjoy

    Why Does Darkstar Matter?

    Maybe its a way to find out about R+L=J. If Darkstar escapes to Starfall, then Areo Hotah will follow him there. We could then meet some other Daynes through his POV, and find out what happened with Arthur, Ashara, and Ned Stark.
  9. Euron III Greyjoy

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    For me its the whole Targaryen thing that confuses me. Jon Snow being a Targaryen served literally no purpose other then turning Daenerys mad overnight. According to D&D, it was them correctly guessing Jon Snow's mother that convinced GRRM to let them make the show in the first place. With that being the case you would think they would've come up with a good story involving R+L=J, instead of it appearing to have zero relevance to the story. Jon's mother might as well have been Wylla in the show.
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    Casterly Rock

    I think so, but unlike most castles it will need to be taken by trickery, like Lann the Clever did. It would be cool if in TWoW or ADoS, Tyrion takes Casterly Rock using some kind of trickery, proving himself as Lann the Clever's heir.
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    HBO’s own inconsistency with Jon’s ending.

    I don't give a flying fuck what they say, my headcanon is that Jon went beyond the Wall to live with the Free Folk for the rest of his days. The ending was shit enough without having Jon martyred to the Night's Watch.
  12. Euron III Greyjoy

    Cold-hearted Robb

    More like smart Robb. Jaime Lannister is way more valuable then two little girls.
  13. Euron III Greyjoy

    Pate in Citadel is not dead yet

    He's probably after the 'Blood and Fire' book in the Citadel vaults.
  14. Euron III Greyjoy

    Varys

    All the foreshadowing to Jon and Daenerys having a child amounted to nothing, Jon being a Targaryen amounted to nothing, Bran's quest from Season 1-4 amounted to nothing besides from him being a good storyteller, which apparently makes him fit to be the King. Alot of things in this show ended up amounting to nothing. That "Trial of Tyrion Lannister" scene would've been alot more interesting if there was some actual debate on who should be the next King. There should've been people voting in favor of Jon, some putting themselves forward (besides the random Edmure Tully joke D&D in their infinite wisdom decided to add), and there should've been people voting to separate the Kingdoms. Instead everyone just randomly voted for Bran. Well, everyone besides Sansa, the one person who it would make sense to vote for Bran. I feel like if the season was longer then the Varys' letters plotline would've been more of a thing. Then again though, you'd think considering D&D guessing Jon's parentage was the reason GRRM gave them permission to make the show in the first place, they would make R+L=J actually have some meaning besides Jon and Daenerys having a lovers quarrel. So do you know what, no, even if the season was longer I doubt Varys' letters would've amounted to anything. Well, I've now made myself depressed all over again. I'm going to go and listen to the Kingsmoot chapter in the AFfC audiobook.
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    Varys

    Varys was sending out letters across the realm proclaiming Jon as the rightful King. He would've had the North, the Riverlands, and the Vale on his side. He could've gotten the Stormlands on his side due to his friendship with Gendry. Then he could've married a noblewoman from the Reach or Dorne. It would've been smarter to dispose of Daenerys after she took King's Landing, but I can see what Varys was thinking.
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