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  1. I agree. Sansa's story is one of the ones I'm really looking forward to getting back to. It felt like we were left hanging with so many unanswered questions and plots waiting to come to fruition.
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    Was CERSEI Joffrey's True Murderer?

    Very true.
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    Was CERSEI Joffrey's True Murderer?

    It's an interesting thought, but probably not the case as other posters have pointed out. Cersei's definitely thought it was Tyrion, but I see where you're coming from wanting Cersei to have created her own downfall. However, I think she will do that with Tommen and somehow be directly responsible for his death.
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    @serinsight Interesting piece and not one I've seen before. I've always leaned more toward gods not being real in story but rather certain people/groups knowing how to wield magic, which is real. To this end, I think the question of who or what resurrected him. Moqorro survived a similar situation in the sea thanks to his Red God magical skills, so that's definitely a good bet. I really hope squishers/selkies/merpeople aren't really a thing. Sorry if I missed this in the OP, but how do you suppose he ended up in Valyria under the sea? The ship went down in Shipbreaker Bay within sight of Storm's End. I like some of the Valyrian links you've made to his prophetic rambling, especially about the dragons being birds with scales but I'm not so sure about Valyria existing under the sea. Or am I misunderstanding?
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    Why did Ramsey Bolton take the women and children of winterfell?

    Yikes. I think I must have repressed those Reek chapters.
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    The Three Queens

    I always thought it was Cersei, Margaery and Dany, but I wouldn't discount Sansa since crowning her seems to be part of Littlefinger's long game. It's been a while since I've read A Feast for Crows, but I vaguely recall Dany being discussed at a Small Council meeting. Whatever they know about Dany, it's safe to assume LF knows, too.
  7. I really, really loved this show, but there was just so much bullshit this season - plot holes, continuity errors, character inconsistencies, complete abandonment of the laws of space/time, terrible writing (with the way they regurgitate memorable dialogue from past seasons or throw in book dialogue in the wrong scene or w/the wrong characters, it's feels like they ate all of the old scripts, GRRM's notes on key plot points and the ASOIAF Wiki pages and are just puking up words at random.) - that I don't see how any serious fan could overlook them. It's been frustrating for a while, but a lot of it was only mildly annoying (Littlefinger saying "Only your sister," names being changed because they're too similar, etc), and I could overlook it because there was still so much that was great. Now I can barely get through the episodes and just feel so disappointed in what could have been. I know I'll finish it out because I want to know how they end things, but this season killed the final flicker of hope I had in their ability to tell this story.
  8. Don't know if anyone else answered you, but I thought he meant Lancel. Someone to confess Cersei's crimes to the High Sparrow so she'd get locked up. But I guess that doesn't really make much sense either. Really, why do we expect anything to anymore.
  9. All I can say after this season is: Gods help you, Thrones, now you are truly lost.
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    Most Terrible Act Since the Conquest?

    It's interesting to hear someone else's perspective on the election. It will be a dark day in our U.S. history if somehow he is elected. The whole thing just makes me feel sad and tired.
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    Why Blood Raven is not the Three Eyed Crow

    I forgot about that. Thanks for the reminder!
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    Why Blood Raven is not the Three Eyed Crow

    Interesting thought. It's possible he spied through them at some points and most likely also Mormont's raven and Balerion the cat.
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    Why Blood Raven is not the Three Eyed Crow

    Great read, OP! You have a lot of interesting points, but I think it's important to remember that Bran isn't the only one who saw the 3EC. Jojen did, too, and his 3EC visits also started after surviving a life-threatening situation, which seems to point to that being necessary/helpful in awakening greenseer gifts. Jojen also tells Bran the 3EC is north of the Wall, which supports him being one in the same with the man in the cave. That said, I do think your idea of the 3EC being future is something worth considering. You might have already caught this from ACoK, but just in case, here's another indication that two different people are communicating with Bran in his dreams: I wish we knew more about how the Reed know so much about greenseeing. I especially am curious about Howland Reed's reaction of dispatching his (presumably) only children to Winterfell on a dangerous mission based on Jojen's dream. He must have some reason to believe in green sight and powers of the old gods.
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    Future of Brienne and Jaime?

    I don't think they necessarily need to die protecting the girls, but Jaime's commitment to his oath to Lady Catelyn - even though it was said under duress - is one of the things that really made me start liking him. It shows what a good, honorable man he can be.