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  1. SevasTra82

    [Spoiler] EP604

    That's a very good catch! I cannot remember if this was in the show or not, but it would fit if it was. One was lit for Life (dragons), for Death (last night), and ....love is next.
  2. SevasTra82

    [Spoiler] EP604

    I agree. None of the letter sounded like it came from Ramsey. It sounds to me as if SmallJohn is trying to bait Jon into attacking Winterfell. If my theory is correct on the Manderly story being wrapped into the Umbers, then it would set up a perfect double-cross. If SmallJohn could get Jon to attack Winterfell, it would provide him (SmallJohn) the perfect opportunity to turn on Ramsey and help Jon from within Winterfell. Top that off with Litterfinger seemingly about to call the Vale to the north to help John....I think Ramsey is screwed by seasons end.
  3. @Red_Gorilla_74 @BrianTMcClellan Book 2 is even better!

  4. RT @brianheadwelch: Scott Weiland lost his brother, & his guitarist last year, & now he died? Talk about 'when it rains it pours.' Jesus, t…

  5. Hopefully this will end up being a quiet day so I can work a little on my world building more.

  6. Sansa may be repulsed by Tyrion, but I don't think she holds any sort of ill-will towards him.  At least, I can't recall any.  Especially ill-will that would cause her to kill him.  Besides, Tyrion actually treated Sansa (for the most part) with class, refusing to bed her etc so I don't see any reason why Sansa would be rage-filled enough to kill him.
  7. IMO, it's a foregone conclusion that Sansa will end up killing LF.  How, why, or when is unclear, but I do think Sansa will.  More then likely she will uncover his on-going plot of poisoning SweetRobin and kill him out of spite?  Who knows.  But i'm fairly confident that she'll end LF's life.   Everybody wants Arya to kill everyone.  Kill Dany.  Kill LF.  Kill Ramsey.  Kill the Freys.  Kill Cersei.....people are going a little crazy with the "Arya must kill everyone!" thoughts.   Arya is not connected in any way, shape, or form to the LF plotline, nor will she be.  He'll be long dead before Arya makes her way back to her sister.
  8. SevasTra82

    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    Briennes whole purpose in this story is to be a catalyst for the changes happening in Jaime. It's hard for me to imagine either of them dying, as the two make a great dynamic duo together, and I think there is still a great deal more to be told with their relationship. There is quite a few ways GRRM could take them. Brienne could die, with her death completing Jaimes metamorphasis into a "good guy". Or we could see Brienne's character develop more by having her stand her ground, and saving Jaime, killing Stoneheart in the process.
  9. SevasTra82

    How have you started reading the aSoIaF books?

    When the show first came out and started to gain momentum, GOT was all over the place. I started hearing whispers on how awesome and great the series was. I used to read A LOT when I was younger, but life and other priorities started to take precedence over fantasy reading. When I heard about this series, it sparked my interest and I picked up the first book (first fantasy novel I picked up in half a decade) on my Nook, and I've been hooked ever since. I'm now back to reading like I did when I was younger (as time permits, of course). This series is more than an epic book series to me. It's personal....it's the series that brought me back to engaging in one of my childhood passions. I'll always hold this series in high regard for how it's helped bring life back into me.
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