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Ser Leftwich

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  1. Ser Leftwich

    The Sack of Darry

    Plot convenience for later, (Lancel and the Frey girl).
  2. Ser Leftwich

    Small Questions v. 10106

    How often (in your own head when you read a post) do you ask?: "Has this person read the books?"
  3. Ser Leftwich

    What made Ser Gerold Stay?

    Keep reading.
  4. Ser Leftwich

    Tyrek Lannister theories?

    Two theories: 1) He's dead. 2) He's alive. (Not very exotic or elaborate, but I think I am close with one of them.)
  5. Ser Leftwich

    Did Cersei help cause her mother’s death?

    Is there any evidence that maesters or midwives can perform cesarean birth (and have the mother survive) or, for that matter, do they even try?
  6. Ser Leftwich

    Small Questions v. 10106

    Maelys the Monstrous seems like someone who would have filed teeth, but that is just a guess.
  7. Ser Leftwich

    Small Questions v. 10106

    Did Maekar, as Prince of Summerhall, have dominion, lands, and incomes that went along with it or did he just get a stipend from the Crown? Did he have petty lords below him that were his vassals or not? Or, did he just have a household of his own, paid for by the crown?
  8. Ser Leftwich

    Why weren’t Robert’s brothers princes

    Did Maekar, as Prince of Summerhall, have dominion, lands, and incomes that went along with it or did he just get a stipend from the Crown? Did he have petty lords below him that were his vassals or not? Or, did he just have a household of his own, paid for by the crown? This is important, since we know that that is how it worked for Stannis and Renly. (All in all, it is likely just an oversight by GRRM.)
  9. Ser Leftwich

    Characteristics of a good ruler

    @Aldarion Those Roman/Byzantine qualities are in no way how they judge character/ability/fitness to lead in Westeros. A leader is the product of a society, so people get in a leader what they look for.
  10. Ser Leftwich

    Small Questions v. 10106

    There are at least two theories: 1) Ethan gave information to Ned about Rhaegar's character and/or Brandon's knowledge/information; 2) Ethan was given information about Lyanna from Rhaegar, which was then conveyed to Ned. There may be more, but I am not recalling them (had a drink or seven).
  11. Across history there are battles that are stalemates and battles that are Agincourt, even in Westeros. We have just been partial to more of the later than the former. Also, POV was an issue. There was the battle of the Golden Tooth, first battle of Riverrun, Mummer's Ford, Duskendale ... etc., that we do not see first hand. Heck, even the Whispering Wood we see second hand. There are lots of battles that happened, but only after the fact are they determined to be of consequence. For instance, the Whispering Wood is no longer of consequence, except in Jaime's mind. Jaime was captured, but in the long run, it was a blip in Lannister confidence.
  12. Ser Leftwich

    Small Questions v. 10106

    We don't know but the speculations include: 1) he was a squire (so leniency) 2) plot wise it was necessary for him to have been in King's Landing (between his capture and the Sack) for Ned to then find him.
  13. Ser Leftwich

    R+L=J v.166

    All good points, though Cat's taking of Tyrion occurs in public in one of the best known inns in all of Westeros. Without any details of the Rhaegar/Lyanna event we can't say that it wasn't clandestine in some way. Unless it was done in a similarly public way it could have been kept secret for at least some time. I agree that it is unlikely, but it is still possible, given that we have so little information on the timeline of events. The question of "what was Brandon up to?" comes up, as always.
  14. Ser Leftwich

    Lord Steffon's Tourney, Another Reading

    Gerold Hightower is not Dornish. Getting basic facts wrong doesn't really help with extra-crackpot theories.
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