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Lady Fevre Dream

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  1. Lady Fevre Dream

    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    LOL All of this Stannis dialogue is hysterical. I may be counted as one who finds Stannis quite funny, especially once he's at The Wall. I've always imagined that Stannis enjoys his turn of phrase, knows he's funny sometimes, and wonders............why he has such a dour reputation. And that wondering makes him even more miserable, LOL, and of course, even more funny. Just my two cents, and thanks for the dialogue.
  2. Lady Fevre Dream

    The Fate and Purpose of the Greyjoy Kids

    It's Deepwood Motte that is attacked while Asha is holding it, but we do not know for sure that Asha could not get to any moontea. IIRC, it seems that Stannis stays there awhile, that Asha did pretty well by Lady Glover, and there's a chance that even if Asha didn't have her own moon tea stash ready to go, Lady Glover might have been willing to help her, etc. It's a hard thing to know for certain, that's all.
  3. Lady Fevre Dream

    What if Rhaegar fell in love with Robert and kidnapped him?

    I knew the Juan/Jon thing, I was just wondering if the way you said it alluded to some known fanfic about him. That was all, and I thank you for answering. I wish I could manage a bit of a bi lingual life, I envy those that can.
  4. Lady Fevre Dream

    What if Rhaegar fell in love with Robert and kidnapped him?

    May I ask why you name Connington Juan in your answer? And yikes, while I assume there is some fanfic with Rhaegar and JonCon, and maybe for shits and giggles some Big Bob, but really, movies, too?
  5. Lady Fevre Dream

    What if Rhaegar fell in love with Robert and kidnapped him?

    LOL I'll admit, I gave a little giggle at this thread title, but still, I cannot believe it's still here. I know we may be left fanwanking our own ending one day, but I'm not sure this idea is a good place to start, after all, it'd most likely kill the R+L=J thing.
  6. Lady Fevre Dream

    Was Poor, Sweet Joff a good king?

    I don't see anything about Joff's kingship that would save lives, you have me lost on that notion. ETA: My post about the serial killing clues were in response to a particular post, not the entirety of your hypothesis.
  7. Lady Fevre Dream

    "Jaime Lannister sends his regards"

    I seem to recall the chapters in ASOS where Jaime finds out about both the Red Wedding and then The Purple Wedding. He seemed shocked, while he knew Roose was up to something, it seemed apparent that Jaime didn't really give much thought to the particulars of it. I remember him trying to comfort Brienne and being frustrated at his failure to do so. Then, of course, his double whammy of shock at the Purple Wedding, iirc, he took that much better, LOL, minus the Tyrion bit. I'd have to reread to those sections to check out the particulars.
  8. Lady Fevre Dream

    What if the Others didn't wake up?

    This post sums up a lot of what goes on around here lately quite well. I'm tempted to ask if I can borrow parts of it.
  9. Lady Fevre Dream

    Was Tywin Lannister a villain?

    40 guards to 100 guards? The point is that it's not 1 or 2 people that are easily kept quiet. And, about that quiet........the spectacle Tywin made of Tysha, including Tyrion in said spectacle as well, does not do anything to hide any facts about their marriage. If anything, the spectacle leaves every one in Casterly Rock (whether they participated or not in the actual rape) knowing there was something about the situation (and Tyrion) that was a big deal. My initial post in this thread was an observation that said spectacle in itself does nothing to quietly rectify the situation. Considering this thread seems to have become just another exercise in #GotchaPosting and #BizarroIceAndFire I'm not really interested in further dissecting the wisdom of Tywin's villainy, be it in regard to the Tysha and Tyrion episode specifically or in any other general fashion.
  10. Lady Fevre Dream

    Was Poor, Sweet Joff a good king?

    Ah, ok, no problem. I think it's pretty certain that the poison found it's intended mark at The Purple Wedding.
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    Who will wield Heartsbane in season 8?

    I know, it is sort of an interesting question. I'm thinking the appearance (or lack thereof) of Heartsbane isn't the only thing that might be worth starting a poll or pool on. Luckily, we have lots of time to try and remember what they may have forgotten, HA
  12. Lady Fevre Dream

    Was Tywin Lannister a villain?

    I can cut up a post, too, if I found it to be worth my time. I did not say it was every man, you cut out the word most. And, that IS the most I have to say.
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    Who will wield Heartsbane in season 8?

    I know, right, we should start a pool, picking episodes and persons and such. Perhaps when the season starts. Of course, I do think the 'no one' option is good, and I don't mean Arya, or sadly, NotSoKindlyJaqen.
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    Was Tywin Lannister a villain?

    I'm thinking it would be somewhat widespread knowledge in the Westerlands, what with the city of Lannisport not so far away, with every man at arms in Casterly Rock most likely taking part, servants and others having knowledge, and Tywin himself (having done egregiously SIMILAR things in the past) having done nothing to keep any detail of this quiet. He might as well have hired singers to spread the tale throughout the realm with the actions he's taken. It's not like he's not known for using a fiddler and Rains of Castemere to make points to other bannermen. I will say it does seem more likely that the Tyrion and Tysha tale is wider known in the West, by both small folk and nobility. News may travel slow in Westeros, but this is more than just news, it's a salacious story about the most powerful family in the West, just the sort of tale both rich and poor would love. Plus, it was quite some years ago, Tyrion being 13 at the time and all.
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    The execution of Janos Slynt was personal and it was not justice.

    Ditto. That was a terrific post by @the trees have eyes And yes, probably a far better person than me as well. yes!! Again, @the trees have eyes is correct to use the word mutinous in regard to Slynt's final refusal to follow orders. And yes, you are right in noticing how that said mutinous behavior seems to be disregarded in this latest round of #GotchaPosting about #BizarroIceAndFire