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  1. Younger Walder Frey or Emmon Frey. next: Peter Franzén
  2. Alive between Aegon's conquest and Robert's Rebellion?
  3. 1. Human character. 2. Not alive at the end of ADWD. 3. Not alive in the series. 4. Lived after Aegon's Conquest. 5. Hasn't appeared in any of the Dunk and Egg novellas. 6. Female. 7. Not a Targaryen or married to a Targaryen. 8. Not alive around the time of Robert's rebellion. 9. Mentioned in some way in ASOIAF. 10. South of the Neck. 11. Not mentioned in a Cersei POV. 12. From Riverlands. 13. Not a member of a Great House. 14. A Blackwood
  4. 1. Human character. 2. Not alive at the end of ADWD. 3. Not alive in the series. 4. Lived after Aegon's Conquest. 5. Hasn't appeared in any of the Dunk and Egg novellas. 6. Female. 7. Not a Targaryen or married to a Targaryen. 8. Not alive around the time of Robert's rebellion. 9. Mentioned in some way in ASOIAF. 10. South of the Neck. 11. Not mentioned in a Cersei POV. 12. From Riverlands. 13. Not a member of a Great House.
  5. Really? To me it was a given they fit so well. Their name, their modus operandi even the pigs.
  6. I meant for the characters in the series. Maybe the characters from the past are there to establish family traditions and customary names but still have a meaning for the character. For example Brandon the meaning is either beacon hill or crow it fits Bran, dare I say Bloodraven too, but is also a traditional Stark name. Or Cersei which is similar to Circe the mythological enchantress who lures men to their doom. About Valarr and Matarys I think that this is what GRRM meant when he said that ‘there are always Henrys, Edwards and a Richard here or there but when you see a prince named Eustace you know that he will not make it till the end.’ Which is something that can also be told about Robb in the Starks, he was the only child, Jon included, who had a name outside from the family tree.
  7. Lady Stoneheart. At least if I am loyal she will not kill me for no reason. Would you prefer Sansa's lemoncakes or Dornish spun-sugar skulls?
  8. That is an interesting idea that I hadn’t heard before. As I remember from one of GRRM’s interviews, the names he chose are meaningful for the character so I would like to see what some of the Valyrian names mean and how they can descibe the character and their story.
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