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  1. I've always had the opinion that it would have only taken one voice to keep Theon true. As simple as Jon Snow, had he not gone to the wall.
  2. I would assume that Tywin was as alert as anyone else, prior to the actual start of war. Robert knew something was afoot ("There's a war coming"), and when Ned learned of the attempt on Bran's life, he immediately gave Cat orders to deliver, manning and fortifying Moat Cailyn. Stannis had already gone back to Dragonstone and was making his own preparation. There is no way Tywin wasn't similarly informed, or cautious. He came through the Riverlands like a hot knife through butter.
  3. I think of Connington looking at Rhaegar the way the rest of the real world looks at Robert Smith. Dude's brilliant, charismatic, good with words, every emo gay guy's wet dream. When Smith got married, all of his friends said, "Yay! Good for Robert!" When we found out he married a woman, we were like, "Ummm.... what?" JonCon had to spend his entire life thinking "There's no way that hipster-with-a-harp ain't gay. No way." Rhaegar could have had a threesome with Elia and Lyanna on the steps of the Holy Sept, and half the men in King's Landing would have still thought he was gay. JonCon is never gonna stop loving Rhaegar.
  4. Viserys was crowned. Child or not, there is no place for him in Robert's kingdom, including the Wall. It's death or exile.
  5. Sooo... in a story about a Game of Thrones, people are playing... games? I am blown away.
  6. Theon Greyjoin, heir to the Iron Isles, married to freaking Jeyne Poole or Beth Cassell? Neither are even nobility! Look to Balon, who married a member of House Harlaw, their most powerful bannerman, and who's mother was from House Sunderly, another powerful vassal. Theon would be paired with the daughter of a great house, such as Sansa or Arianne, and if not, the daughter from a prominent family in the Isles.
  7. Ser Addam is heir to his father's lands. Good man, but scratch him. Jorah is a slave pedophile who fled his land to avoid a death sentence. Never. Garlan Tyrell is Lord of Brightwater Keep. Scratch him. Brienne is heir to Tarth. Scratch her. Rolland Storm is awesome, but the last descendant of House Caron. He would, under the best circumstances, be legitimized and have his home restored from Ser Philip Foote. Ser Barristan is awesome. Ser Balon is awesome. I'd keep those two.
  8. Brings to mind Stannis and Davos discussing just how worthless the Stormlords oaths really are, and how he never assumes their loyalty.
  9. Okay, that's the post that is going to make me abandon this forum. GRRM killed us all.
  10. Ned did get the plan for repopulating the New Gift with petty lords from Rickard, right? Establishing new holdfasts for the protection of smallfolk, which would have been a lightening rod for plural sons and noble bastards. Ned hinted at it twice. Once when he told Brandon he would hold a castle or keep in Robb's name, and again when Jon reveals he was aware of Ned's plan. Rickard might have had Southron Ambitions, but he was also looking north.
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