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Galen M

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  1. Galen M

    READ FIRST: Rules

    Since it is past 10/12, actually a week past, can we start posting in the main forum without spoiler tags?
  2. Galen M

    References and Homages

    especially given that Jason Momoa played both Drogo and Conan
  3. Galen M

    READ FIRST: Rules

    can we start posting in the General forum right at midnight? Or, are you guys going to merge the two forums?
  4. Galen M

    References and Homages

    I wouldn't be surprised.
  5. Galen M

    [ADwD Spoilers] Updating the Citadel

    Quentyn was the Sun's son. Varys was a mummer, so the Mummer's Dragon could be a Targaryen that was controlled by Varys.
  6. Galen M

    [ADwD Spoilers] Updating the Citadel

    I think we need to add a few more are they dead questions. Martin loves to toy with us, and his favorite toy is the false death scene.
  7. Galen M

    References and Homages

    In ACOK, Lord Manderly tells Bran that no Prince is ever late in a very similar way to how Gandalf says that a wizard is never late. Kind of a loose reference, but still.
  8. Galen M

    References and Homages

    very well; then it's a reference/homage to King Arthur himself.
  9. Galen M

    References and Homages

    In aGoT, when Tyrion refers to his father as "The Once and Future Hand of the King." Quite a shallow reference to the series "The Once and Future King."
  10. Galen M

    References and Homages

    I don't know any songs for your great Halls Wall
  11. Galen M

    References and Homages

    probably been mentioned, but Frodo's father is named Drogo.
  12. Galen M

    References and Homages

    Aemon's line: "Where is the Prince That Was Promised?" always reminded me of the Rohirrim chant from Lord of the Rings: "Where now the horse and the rider? Where is the horn that was blowing?" This was in turn adopted from the Old English poem, "The Wanderer."
  13. Galen M

    References and Homages

    Probably been mentioned, but: Selwyn the Evenstar (very similar name to Arwen the Evenstar) "You were made to be kissed, often and well." Jorah to Dany "You should be kissed and often and by someone who knows how." Rhett Butler to Scarlet, Gone with the Wind.
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