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  1. Bright Blue Eyes

    Errors in the WOIAF

    Ned doesn't need to come up with any story beyond the basics: "we met them, they're dead, five of my friends are dead, I'm griefing that I had to kill people I respected and lost good friends doing it." There are maybe three people who could dare to press the Lord of the North on such a hurtful story and as his best friend, foster father and father-in-law they are unlikely to do so.
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    Errors in the WOIAF

    (1) is simply Yandel being impressed with Dayne's all-around history and judging from Ned's respectful behavior towards the Daynes. Ned probably said something like "Arthur Dayne died nobly, now shut up and let me hide anything relating to Lyanna's death" when he returned to KL. (2) It's damn likely that the same speculation was all over Robert's, Jon Arryn's and Hoster Tully's armies. Those worshipped the Ned scarcely less than their own Lords.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    The Mad Mouse is entirely irrelevant for that question. He doesn't work for Varys. Varys most likely doesn't even know that he exists. He just knows that there is a public bounty on Sansa and wants to collect, that's it.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    Damn unlikely. If there is an aftermath of the Stannis/Bolton conflict, it will have a clear winner and the North will be solidly behind him. And LF got no chance in hell to do anything useful with the knights of the Vale. With Sansa, maybe. But not with any knights.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    I do take part in the corresponding discussion thread. A lot of the latter dates are based more on best wishes than reliable data. The "Assumptions" page mentions that as well.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    The timeline for the last couple books is extremely unreliable and that counts double for Sansa.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    Considering the "mute" attribute of the "little mice" and Varys killing them around puberty? Rather unlikely. Nor does his stature relates in any way, beyond the symbolic maybe.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    There isn't a single hint that Ser Shadrich works for Varys at all. Not beyond knowing and caring about the very public bounty on Sansa. Nor can he be one of Varys' mice, what with them having their tongues cut out and being dissappeared when they grow into adults. Sansa accompanying Dontos had her fleeing the Lannisters with a guy she trusted. Who would she flee in the Vale and why should she trust Shadrich?