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    [Spoilers] Rant and Rave Without Repercussion

    agreed. i thought ththey were leading up to that dialog ending with Sandra saying "ME?", which means Arya would have killed her and taken her face, seemed like where they were heading, then the "Lady" stuff and you knew they were going elsewhere.
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    [Spoilers] Rant and Rave Without Repercussion

    there could have been plenty more they could have included on screen, but what i had heard about the shorter season is that they had the same budget, but fewer shows, thus more money per episode for all the CGI. and still no Ghost, so i still don't really get it.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    of course it would be......why continue to look after finding it?
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    Little Questions That Don't Fit Anywhere Else Part 3

    i'll have to look for the link, but there's something out there explaining how Cersei is the legit heir to the throne, show only, obviously. some generations back, a Lannister married in to the Baratheon line, and with all the others being dead in the show, it falls the her. the link i saw mentioned how it was very ironic, that after all her manipulations, it is now hers legally.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    you don't think after the Defiance, and the state of mind the Mad King was in, he would fill that position very quickly, to have as many protectors around him, since his paranoia really started after this incident?
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    i have heard this, and it is probably right. but if this is the case, who would have been the Stark in Winterfell? if this is the case, you would imagine the Stark's travelling as a family, and the kids would have been young, so you'd assume still travelling with the family.
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    Little Questions That Don't Fit Anywhere Else Part 3

    not sure if this is the right place for this, as i am mostly in the book forums, but i noticed something the pother day regarding the show and got me wondering. i was watching The Babadook, and went to IMDB to check the actors, and the mother's listing has her in a 2016 role in Game of Thrones as "Lady Stark". she is about 40 years old now, so i was wondering who she would be, it must be some flashback, but the one i heard about was involving the ToJ, and Ned's mom wouldn't be there. the only other scene i can think of is Bran's vision on the weirnet of the sacrifice in Winterfell's Godswood. any ideas?
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    Fantasy and SF Recommendations: Series

    i have not read this but cannot believe that there isn't one mention of Terry Brooks' Shannara series. it is a classic from an amazing writer. i really enjoy his Landover series, for a fun clean quick read. and his Night & the Void trilogy was very original.
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    Fantasy and SF Recommendations: Series

    Agreed. i have read all PA's fantasy books, over 100, and really enjoyed them all. i have noticed a lull in Xanth for a bit, but the last couple have been better, still not the first 5 or 6 or so, but better than a bit of a stretch recently. love his Apprentice Adept series, the Mode series was original and different, but very enjoyable, and his newer ChroMagic series blends sci-fi and fantasy with very nice magic system and cool cultural ideas.
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    Fantasy and SF Recommendations: Series

    love The Kingkiller Chronicles, and The Demon Cycle. i can't believe that The Riftwar Cycle by Raymond E Fiest hasn't been mentioned. i saw the Empire Trilogy in the main section once, but i've read the entire 33 book series and love it. started it in 1986 and finished last year when the last book came out. i enjoyed the earlier books more, but also really like the way each subsequent trilogy adds on to the previous and tie the whole big picture story together. and for some things i haven't seen at all yet mentioned: Tales of the Kin by Douglas Hulik, 2 books so far, good action and cool magic system and culture. The Fallen Blade series by Kelly McCullough 6 books, i think it's done. cool philosophy, original magical type system. of the ones i saw mentioned once: The Iron Druid Chronicles, love this series as a nice fun, quick read. i use it as a sort of palate cleanser between other, darker, more complex series. The Broken empire Trilogy, may not be for everyone, but the darkness and growth of the main character is good to see develop, and the 3rd book really wraps up the story nicely, and made the whole trilogy seem better after finishing. each book got better as you go.
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