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  1. It' s a simple question, I don't have any idea, so I'm asking you.
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    Does Asoiaf Have a True Protagonist? *SPOILERS*

    Baelish could be a hero: he was a skinny boy of a low family who, having lost all he loved in the duel with Brandon Stark, decided to fuck step by step the aristocracy of westeros, not being a warrior like Brandon, but a player of the game of thrones, without doubt the best player.
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    Does Asoiaf Have a True Protagonist? *SPOILERS*

    Yes, I know that they are POVs, I said that we STARTED having no POV characters, so they started getting to the list in parallel with POVs of lower importance
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    Does Asoiaf Have a True Protagonist? *SPOILERS*

    I think there is a sort of hierachy of the characters. Dividiving them in groups related to their importance, we can assume that the main charcters are four: Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister and Brandon Stark. Getting lower through the graduation, we have another group of lower importance than the first one: Arya Stark, Theon Greyjoy, Jaime Lannister, Sansa Stark, Cersei Lannister. Than we start having no POV charcters: Eddard Stark, Petyr Baelish, Varys, Aegon Targaryen (?), Robb Stark, Stannis Baratheon, Tywin Lannister, Sandor Clegane, Brienne of Tarth, Doran Martell, Euron Greyjoy, Samwell Tarly, Catelyn Tully, Davos Seaworth (and maybe we are going to add Rickon Stark to this list -I hope so-). I will not mention the remaining for obvious reason. I think instead that George wanted us not to support a single charcater, but a faction: Stark, Lannister, Targaryen. Indeed most of the readers are big fan of one of these families. However a lot of people could support other factions, like the Martells, Stannis, Aegon&Varys or Baelish (I don't think that someone would support Euron). If you ask me, I personally support Aegon or Baelish.
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    TURNING POINT?? - A song of ice and fire

    My most shoking moment was when Baelish threw down Lysa Tully through the Moondoor and she revealed to be Jon Arryn's murderer moven by Littlefinger. From the first pages we all questioned about Jon Arryn's death so thatrevelation was certainly one of the main turning points
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    Best Commanders alive at the end of ADWD

    Nobody said Jaime, he's matured from the loss of the wood of whispers and in the siege to Riverrun he's shown how he could be smart and pragmatic. He's worth of mention and he is surely better than Mace Tyrell.
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    Skagos - Rickon and Davos

    I think the island and his inhabitants will have made Rickon wilder, stronger and grown (physically and mentally). He wil have got more similar to Shaggydog and he will fit the sthereotype of the Northener man: wild, brutal and strong.
  8. What plot is going to be the longer in the next book? Will it be the most important too? For example the most important plot in AGOT is King'Landing plot, in ACOK is Stannis's plot, in ASOS is Robb's plot, in AFFC there isn't a most inmportant plot and in ADWD is Essos's plot. In TwOW there are going to be several plot and POVs, but is there going to be one that will get more place in the book or the plots are going to be all important in the same manner as in AFFC?
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    Game of Thrones deaths won't match books, George R.R. Martin says

    Of course I think Jon will get to resurrect only at the end of TWOW. When you say that the show Jon has taken up Aegon's storyline, are you saying that Aegon will marry Dany and sit on the Iron Throne for a while? Be aware of what you say, I'm a big fan of Aegon and the Illyrio's conspiracy stuff
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    Game of Thrones deaths won't match books, George R.R. Martin says

    I hope so 'cause I can' t see Jon far from the Wall. POV characters are chosen by Martin with a specific method in order to grant a storyteller in each of the main places of the novels. He said that in the next book there won't be new POVs so if Jon is really going to leave it to become king in the North, who will remain there to tell us what happens in the far North? Samwell has a lot to do before he could become a maester and return to the Wall, Melisandre is at the Wall but after she will have resurrected Jon (we don't know it, but is very plausible) I think she will be useless and she isn't at all the right character to tell us about the Wall, so it's possible she will leave. She will be the teller until Jon's resurrection, but after that only Jon could be it. Rickon will get a big role in the Bolton's defeat and he may become the King in the North. The only thing that bothers me is that will by Robb Stark in the Neck...
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    The battle of blood

    In The Winds of Winter there will be a huge sea battle near Oldtown. King Euron will fight against Hightower's and Redwyne's fleets in a narrow passage between Arbor and Oldtown. Why has Euron chosen this location for the battle ? He will be surrounded by the enemy and he will have every way to escape closed. And at the end, who will be the winner of the battle?