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  1. kissdbyfire

    Melisandre and Thoros of Myr

    FWIW, Martin confirmed that Mel "has her own agenda".
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    Tin Foil: Jeyne Westerling

    @Seams, while I don't think Jeyne is pregnant, I don't think it's an impossible scenario. But basing the possibility on something we have already been told by the author was a mistake is pretty pointless IMO. Just saying, not claiming you did that.
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    Tin Foil: Jeyne Westerling

    First line in my sig, enjoy.
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    Tin Foil: Jeyne Westerling

    Exactly. I can't believe this is still being used to support the "Jeyne is pregnant" ideas. I do suspect the abomination is to blame, at least in part.
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    Aegon V

    It's literally spelled out in the WB. Not the specific reforms he wanted to make, but that these reforms were aimed at improving the lives of the smallfolk. TWoIaF, Maekar I “Prince Aegon was the obvious choice, but some lords distrusted him as well, for his wanderings with his hedge knight had left him “half a peasant,” according to many. Enough hated him, in fact, that an effort was made to determine whether his elder brother Maester Aemon might be released from his vows, but Aemon refused, and nothing came of it.” TWoIaF, Aegon V “Though beloved by the smallfolk, King Aegon made many enemies amongst the lords of the realm, whose powers he wished to curtail. He enacted numerous reforms and granted rights and protections to the commons that they had never known before, but each of these measures provoked fierce opposition and sometimes open defiance amongst the lords. The most outspoken of his foes went so far as to denounce Aegon V as a “bloody-handed tyrant intent on depriving us of our gods-given rights and liberties.” It was well-known that the resistance against him taxed Aegon’s patience—especially as the compromises a king must make to rule well often left his greatest hopes receding further and further into the future. As one defiance followed another, His Grace found himself forced to bow to the recalcitrant lords more often than he wished. A student of history and lover of books, Aegon V was oft heard to say that had he only had dragons, as the first Aegon had, he could have remade the realm anew, with peace and prosperity and justice for all.”
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    Well, at least the OP isn't a total crackpot wrapped in a triple layer of tinfoil, as seems to be so much the case nowadays. ETA: the OP as it is now, can't say anyrhing about what it was originally!
  7. kissdbyfire

    Hardhome theories?

    I had asked how on earth Could the above be "practically canon". Then I saw you said you were being cheeky, so you had already replied.
  8. kissdbyfire

    Poll: Answer 10 mysteries of asoiaf

    Oh I missed these... Dead. Knowledge, but more like Mengele than Sabin. Dunno and don't care tbh. Just want the paedo creep to be "gone, baby, gone". To meet LSH. Probably dead, but has a kid in Braavos. Eaten at Craster's. Benjen Bacon.
  9. kissdbyfire

    Wow, I never noticed that v.17

    Dany's Silver
  10. kissdbyfire

    ASOIAF Book Awards

    Jamie Lannister Tyrion Vic Greyjoy Bran Cersei for me, all the ones I love: Jaime, Bran, Jon, Arya, Brienne, and Davos Jaime Jaime Damphair
  11. kissdbyfire

    Hardhome theories?

    Never mind
  12. kissdbyfire

    Melisandre and Thoros of Myr

    Yes, as Kandrax said, no talk of the abomination this side of the forum. Now, onto the story... I don't really see what such a meeting would achieve. Mel would probably look down on Thoros. And Thoros himself doesn't really know or understand what is going on w/ his ability to resurrect people. And if they do meet is if the BwB heads North... I don't really see Mel going south, unless it's much much later w/ the WWs pouring onto the Riverlands.
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    An evil girl's dark heart

    Yes, been thinking about Daenys as well. Was just too lazy to add it before, and am just too knackered to get into it now. Will come back when I'm not comatose. Very interesting points here. Hmmm.
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    Craster, Mance, BR, Aemon, Rhaegar, and Harrenhal.

    So, your argument was that Jon had sent a master-at-arms on a ranging, so a ranger could have been sent on a recruiting mission. When I proved to you Thorne wasn't a master-at-arms anymore, you switch to a generic response. I get it, you will cling to any shred of hope that this idea of yours is spot on. Have at it, and have fun.
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    Craster, Mance, BR, Aemon, Rhaegar, and Harrenhal.

    Not sure what's so funny. Mormont sent Thorne to EbtS, and that was back in ASoS. Ser Endrew Tarth took over as master-at-arms at CB. After Tarth dies at the Bridge of Skulls, Iron Emmett is named master-at-arms. And when Jon gives him command of Long Barrow, Leathers becomes the new master-at-arms. Thorne eventually returns to CB, accompanying Slynt and bringing reinforcements from EbtS, but he is not longer the master-at-arms. So, when Jon sends him north of the Wall, he is sending a ranger, nothing more.