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  1. Trigger Warning

    Why do you all love Sansa Stark?

    This is offensive to Oingo Boingo.
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    Would Runestone be in danger if Yohn marched with Robb?

    I don't think she'd want to further aggravate the situation with open civil war in the Vale with her strongest vassals, she's much too fearful for that.
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    Who do you think is Mance’s father?

    Some man, no doubt. Most of them are.
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    Why didn't Littlefinger try the Bronn approach in dueling?

    If anyone ever pulls a knife on you in the street just dodge all their attacks and you'll be okay.
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    How to Improve the North Economically?

    I'm not sure mounting a naval invasion of the Iron Islands with the intention of acquiring some specific swords is a wise investment plan.
  6. I think it's safe to assume Aerys has had children killed, he had the Darklyns and Hollards put do death (minus Dontos). Even beyond that I doubt he has a clean record for killing children.
  7. I assume he just thought Robb would keep his word, it's not that crazy of an idea.
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    Wealth and revenues of Westeros

    Honestly the value of money is so inconsistent that I wouldn't even bother getting into it. Anguy managed to blow 10,000 dragons on prostitutes and wine.
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    Why Renly didn't tell Ned that Stannis doesn't want the throne

    Thinking about it I think the OP might be getting the show and books crossed over anyway, a lot of people remember the Renly/Ned conversation as Renly going after the throne which didn't happen in the books, Stannis or the line of succession didn't even come up and Ned would have rejected Renly regardless.
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    Why Renly didn't tell Ned that Stannis doesn't want the throne

    I don't see how this would change what happened, Ned didn't want to seize the children in the night and Renly wasn't prepared to wait for Cersei to strike, Ned would still refuse him and Renly would still take his men and leave. Also Stannis and the throne isn't even on Renly's radar, Renly fully expects Joffrey to inherit as he intended to enforce Ned's regency.
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    Janos Slynt

    He's not a blue blood so no one that matters cares, if anything the nobility at large would probably applaud Tyrion stripping lands away from some pleb.
  12. I don't think he has the authority to pack a noble from the Vale off to the Wall.
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    Did Renly plan to make Stannis his heir?

    Does his chopper not work or something?
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    Why foster Theon with Ned?

    Ned probably took him because Robb was only a few years younger than Theon and he probably intended to foster a good relationship between them.
  15. I don't see why he'd scoff at it, a second born son is one thing but it's quite another with a daughter. Sons that won't inherit are seen as below great matches because they'll be marrying their daughter into a family where they are beneath the lord and his wife whereas in the case of a son marrying a daughter (so long as she is not the heir) she would be marrying into the son's house not the other way around. It doesn't make much difference where the daughter stands in line so long as it establishes a marriage bond with that house as daughter's are not expected to inherit in any house with a son, whether Jaime marries the second or first daughter of Riverrun for example he'd still be the head of house Lannister whereas a Lannister daughter marrying anyone that isn't the heir of Riverrun would be just another lady married into the Tully family.