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  1. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    I was quite active in the Pink Letter threads years ago, but don't remember my last argument without going back there. I recall arguing for Mance as the author because he always called Jon a bastard and would know about Reek. Another option is Melisandre, she could have all the information if she gets her visions straight. But we all know how GRRM likes to play with us and subvert tropes: maybe the letter has been written by Ramsay, after he killed Roose and tortured some information from Mance and/or the spearwives? My today's reasoning for this: if Mance had send the letter, he would have risked someone at Castle Black reading it before Jon, revealing himself to be alive and putting Jon at risk. Does that make sense? Not unless he wants / risks Jon to get killed and the watch eliminated. Which again points at Melisandre and her one chapter and the word Jon and Mance heard different (IIRC).
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    That is too funny: https://www.denofgeek.com/tv/westworld-season-3-is-game-of-thrones-delos-park/?amp hbo opens a door to interpret the tv show as a Westworld theme park. Which explains a lot.
  3. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    No one at Castle Black knows about Reek. Who in Winterfell could send a raven to the wall?
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    I understood their theory as Roose send a letter and Bowen tempered with it. To be precise, I think a raven would not have been involved at all. There is some pink wax left from Ramsay's first letter to Jon. I don't see Bowen knowing or caring about Mance, and I don't see Roose writing about Mance either.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    That answer doesn't make much sense to me. Plus, they exclude Melisandre as an option. And the possibility that the letter wasn't send from Winterfell but created at Castle Black.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    All of you please wash your hands, practise social distancing, and stay healthy at least until Winds of Winter is out. I want to discuss it with each of you.
  7. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    His name was Jon it rhymes with gone. Seriously, I'm against resurrections. Do you want to start another homo-erotic pain cult?
  8. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    That would have caused issues with the growth of younger actors in real life, Isaac Hempstead-Wright comes to mind. And, the quality of the released sample chapters and their protagonists didn't fit either. Arianne Martell, not in the show. Barristan Selmy, already dead. Sansa Stark, not in the Vale anymore. Stannis Baratheon (from Theon IV), already dead. Their previous decisions forced a rushed end.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    8) could be Meera, maybe? IIRC she could be tempting him to leave Dagobah, em, the cave.
  10. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    Maybe. Maybe not In the West(eros), all dragons must die.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    But Summer does not belong to the old gods like Ghost.
  12. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    Tree-Bran should have received Ghost. The boy goes into the tree and the wolf becomes his alter ego going where the boy cannot, observing in silence.
  13. alienarea

    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    Melisandre might be the culprit, but Daenerys is the problem, and, to a lesser extend, Tyrion. Daenerys is too much "Zeitgeist" for my taste, the female sword and dragons hero, shoehorned in from one of his short stories. Tyrion should have either died earlier, or Oberyn should have won the duel and killed the mountain, allowing Tyrion to stay in KL. Looking back, Oberyn is where the problems start to show. He's a cool character, but gets killed off as quick as he is introduced. Another short story woven in. GRRM fails to follow his synopsis, and strays away from the original characters in favor of fleshing out details that are not important.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

    We strayed away from the lords of Winterfell to dragons and the thread stopped. That sums up the series nicely.
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    Heresy 230 and die Herren von Winterfell

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