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  1. cristina1996

    Eddard Stark and Catelyn Tully: The true villains

    Ok, of course in the end it was Ned's decision to go south despite her advices , but she should have not captured Tyrion and of course freed Jaime, that was a mistake that had consequences on Robb I believe
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    New Wiki Editors

    Hi everyone, some days ago I wrote this topic: in order to get a wiki account. I don't know if I should have done in another way or I should have written it here. Can you help me please?
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    About R+L=J and a different point of view

    Thank you very much, I missed it
  5. cristina1996

    About R+L=J and a different point of view

    wow I would like to hear it!!! I would like to know more about Rickard from the novels.. but Martin keeps writing about Targaryens only...
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    About R+L=J and a different point of view

    Well I'm not sure why Rickard sent Ned to the Vale, I don't think that it was the part of some plan, but I would like to ask George Martin if there's some reason or maybe not . And how many years had he spent there? I would like to ask Martin so many things ahah! Expecially about Bran's dreams, for example about that pregnant woman who comes out of the pool and asks the gods to give her a son to avenge her. Do you think she can be Rickard's mother? I don't know why but I don't think she is Lyarra, because the thing that she asks for a son makes me think about Rickard because he is an only child.
  7. And so is it written by George Martin? I don't know it
  8. cristina1996

    Eddard Stark and Catelyn Tully: The true villains

    Actually I blame Catelyn too for what happened to Eddard and to the Starks: - in the books it's Catelyn who suggests Ned to become the king's Hand because, before receiving the letter, he chose not to leave - with Eddard in King's Landing she should not have taken Tyrion because Ned would have been ( and actually was) in danger - I know it's also Lysa's fault, but Ned would have never been beheaded if she didn't lose Tyrion - she should have not freed Jaime!
  9. cristina1996

    About R+L=J and a different point of view

    Actually I don't trust very much everything Barbrey Dustin says, but I started thinking about the fact that Northeners used to marry amongst themselves or at least to house Blackwood and Royce (you see it in the family tree of house stark). I think that maybe Rickard just wanted to make alliances just in case something happened and I believe he did well because the king was going mad and burned people alive and remember what happened to house Duskendale... But I don't think he was starting a rebellion, even because Northeners are not used to get involved in southron affairs.
  10. I missed this line in the books?? Where was it? I need to re-read it, I know nothing about Rickard going south before he was summoned my the Mad King.
  11. Hi, I would strongly suggest ''The Saxons Stories'' by Bernard Cornwell, the books are amazing and I think that the series is very good too! They are similar at least (more than Game of Thrones is similar to 'A song of ice and fire'... ) Another series of books that I love is Patrick O'Brian's 'Aubrey and Maturin', but maybe you should be interested in sailing and stuff like that.
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