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  1. Boarsbane

    [Spoilers] EP610

    I think Tywin and Olenna both figured Loras would accept because he's a homosexual and it would mean he doesn't have to marry a woman and reproduce. The thing is if Jaime actually becomes disenchanted with Cersei, if he is indeed Lord of CR like he should be, then she isn't really in a position to conscript him or order him around. If he's still her manservant after he learns what she did it's all moot because she won't need to conscript him, he'll do it willingly.
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    [Spoilers] EP610

    She has no authority over him really, if he does take up the position again then he's going to be Cersei's manservant the rest of the series it seems
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    [Spoilers] EP610

    Nope Jaime was kicked out of the KG and has always been more a leader men will follow than Tyrion.
  4. It's the same people voting 1 for every episode, they can't be taken seriously anymore than anyone who votes a 10. I'm no fan of D&D's writing but even ignoring that there are other factors that make it better than a 1.
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Does anyone know why Patrek Mallister isn't knighted? He is certainly old enough but I don't recall him ever being called ser and it seems odd someone his age who is good enough to fight in Robb's personal guard wouldn't be a knight.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    He's certainly not realistic but I think it's time we had a villain more aligned with the supernatural elements. Euron is clearly unhinged but at the same time intelligent, not sure what made him this way but seems he was just born a monster which makes it less interesting but you can see why that would be magnifies by the Ironborn culture. I really wasn't that optimistic about Euron before the chapter, he was charismatic and all but the Ironborn were so weak I couldn't see a way for him to make much trouble for Westeros but now I'm not so sure
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    For some reason Aeron came across as way more likable for me, maybe because this chapter really show cased how much of an animal Euron is but Aeron just seemed less annoying even though he kept droning on about the Drowned God. Euron has always come across as creepy and what he did to Blacktyde was disturbing but he's setting up to be the scariest villain we've seen in my opinion, obviously not the most realistic but to me he is even more unsettling than Roose or Ramsay.
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    [Spoiler] EP603

    The two swords was idiotic but at least they didn't have Ned single handily cut Dayne down, which honestly wouldn't of shocked me.
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    [TWOW Spoilers] Alayne I, v. 3

    I don't see how unless the Vale has a large fleet we haven't heard about, even then with winter so close there is no way they can expect to stay in the North long if they were to invade. If they defeat Stannis or Roose in one decisive battle and use Sansa's marriage to Harry to claim Winterfell I suppose it could work.
  10. That ending was beautiful. He went from arrogant victor to screaming like a little girl.