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  1. Kat Scott

    Would you let Samwell inherit Hornhill?

    Sam might not be much as a warlord, but he's a superb politician in the making. He ran Jon's "campaign"--even though Jon didn't know he had one--as shrewdly as anyone who's ever gotten a President elected. So, yes. Lordship can be exercised in ways that don't depend on combat.
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    Who will Sansa marry?

    Blackfish is gay. Lord Hoster seems to be the only member of the family who is unwilling to accept it and keeps nagging his brother to marry.
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    Sansa and Cognitive Dissonance

    Cognitive dissonance fits. So does just plain stupid and selfish.
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    Jon Snow - First of his Name....

    His Grace, Jon, nth of the Name (depending whether there were previous Kings in the North named Jon), Brother of Wolves, King in the North.
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    How do you picture all the characters?

    Young people did tend to be what we would consider old for their ages in the 15th. Century world of the Wars of the Roses, which is the background for Westeros. Edward IV was 18 when he fought his way to the throne of England. His brother, Richard of Gloucester, was charged with commanding a wing of Edward's army when he was even younger. Child marriage was common. Edward's younger son was married when he was 5; his bride was 8. Ned and Robert seem to have been about 18 when Robert wins his throne, so that they fit very well into the prototype.