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Sandra Melis

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  1. Sandra Melis

    [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    This could justify why GRRM included in ASOIAF Asha as a woman capable of commanding men and ships: the ironborn would accept a woman as their captain if she showed strength and competence! Daenerys would be ferociuos and powerful enough... with her dragons!
  2. "the Gods are not done with me"

  3. the fucking legend of Gin Alley!

  4. Sandra Melis

    [Book Spoilers] EP404 Discussion

    I loved when Rast foreshadowed Hodor being King of the World :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:
  5. Sandra Melis

    [Book Spoilers] EP305 Discussion

    My 2 cents about that is the very very unlikely circumstance of the Crossing being the only feasible way to reach the North (if Westeros were in the real world): I've always felt this quite unconvincing and forced!
  6. a King who cared!

  7. Sandra Melis

    [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    It's in the first page: http://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/topic/81338-twow-spoilers-barristan/#entry4122024
  8. Re-reading A Dance with Dragons!

  9. Re-reading A Feast for Crows :-)

  10. Re-reading A Storm of Swords :-)

  11. Re-reading A Clash of Kings :-)

  12. re-reading Game of Thrones... :-)

  13. Sandra Melis

    [Book Spoilers] EP 210 Discussion

    Winterfell: in a previous episode Robb told Roose Bolton to spare the life to the Ironborns, except Theon. So, probably Dagmar & friends received a message from Dreadfort besiegers: give us a defenceless Theon Greyjoy, and we will allow you to come back home safely (and flayed, probably). After Theon was delivered and the Iroborn left Winterfell, Ramney's men just set Winterfell on fire! White Walkers: are they supposed to be all similar to the one that killed Waymar Royce in episode 1 of season 1? Who knows, maybe there are white, of course, and black and yellow walkers too! Or maybe the white walker in s01e01 was black because of the dark in the wood! I can imagine the White Walkers' forum of Ice and Fire, when in their adaptation of the novel they meet Salladhor Saan or Xaro Xhoan Daxos and are terribly upset and confused because Hey! These humans are not white! :cheers: