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  1. maiden of tarth

    Mance and The Milkwater

    Was he really looking for the Horn of Joramun? Does he believe it exists? I know Sam has a horn that Jon gave him, that they found at The Fist of the First Men. Would Mance our all that effort into an artifact that was spoken about in stories hundreds and thousands of years old.
  2. This would be the perfect solution. Gendry would be a great king with Davos as his hand. He would probably be happy to let the north be independent and Jon rule as King in the North.
  3. Didn’t Tyrion spend the first part of the episode drumming it into everyone that the ringing of the bells means the city surrenders. He even repeats this to Jon and Davos and tells Jaime to ring the bells when he sets him free.
  4. maiden of tarth

    Have people given up all hope?

    Yes. The whole story was that petty politics are irrelevant against the real threat. The white walkers became merely a footnote in the story and petty politics became the main theme. That’s what disappointed me most. Dany going mad queen was obvious from the beginning.
  5. maiden of tarth

    New Night King

    I’m sure George said at a convention that they are an entirely independent race. I could be wrong though. I hope not. I never really liked the idea that they were simply created by the children of the forest
  6. maiden of tarth

    New Night King

    Only in the show. In the books, the white walkers are an independent race of their own just like the children of the forest
  7. maiden of tarth

    So what happens to Drogon?

    A dragon can have many riders but a rider can only ride one dragon. A dragon won’t accept a rider that has ever sat another dragon. <———in the books that is. I can see Jon riding Drogon in the show right at the end
  8. maiden of tarth

    Anyone else not interested in Jon's chapters?

    This is how I feel about Danys chapters in ADWD. I have to skip them. I absolutely hated her entire storyline in ADWD. I always wonder if George struggled to find her something to do to give the dragons time to grow.
  9. I know it would have changed the story and Tyrion’s arc, to kill Tywin so early but in Arya’s place, how can she have not thought to choose Tywin and the Mountain when Jaqen offered to kill three people for her
  10. maiden of tarth

    Euron

    Really? With Cersei? What episode was that?
  11. Have you kept on reading and found out what Tansy is?
  12. maiden of tarth

    New Night King

    How could they not?!
  13. maiden of tarth

    The final straw

    Ooooh you haven’t read the books have you But it was not Cersei. She was all in grey, a silent sister. A hood and veil concealed her features, but he could see the candles burning in the green pools of her eyes. “Sister,” he said, “what would you have of me?” His last word echoed up and down the sept, mememememememememememe. “I am not your sister, Jaime.” She raised a pale soft hand and pushed her hood back. “Have you forgotten me?” Can I forget someone I never knew? The words caught in his throat. He did know her, but it had been so long … “Will you forget your own lord father too? I wonder if you ever knew him, truly.” Her eyes were green, her hair spun gold. He could not tell how old she was. Fifteen, he thought, or fifty. She climbed the steps to stand above the bier. “He could never abide being laughed at. That was the thing he hated most.” “Who are you?” He had to hear her say it. “The question is, who are you?” “This is a dream.” “Is it?” She smiled sadly. “Count your hands, child.” One. One hand, clasped tight around the sword hilt. Only one. “In my dreams I always have two hands.” He raised his right arm and stared uncomprehending at the ugliness of his stump. “We all dream of things we cannot have. Tywin dreamed that his son would be a great knight, that his daughter would be a queen. He dreamed they would be so strong and brave and beautiful that no one would ever laugh at them.” “I am a knight,” he told her, “and Cersei is a queen.” A tear rolled down her cheek. The woman raised her hood again and turned her back on him. Jaime called after her, but already she was moving away, her skirt whispering lullabies as it brushed across the floor. Don’t leave me, he wanted to call, but of course she’d left them long ago.
  14. maiden of tarth

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    How do you with Jon and fAegon?
  15. maiden of tarth

    Who's left to marry Sansa

    I don’t think she’ll ever marry again. She will be the Westeros version of Elizabeth I and rule the north without a husband.
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