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  1. LindsayLohan

    Jon Arryn's opinion of Lyanna

    That's not even circumstantial, that's conjecture. There is no evidence, either factual or implied, that Tywin plotted with Jon Arryn at any point prior to the Sack. Zero. Considering outcomes before acting is solid planning, but does not indicate a plot with other lords.
  2. LindsayLohan

    Who builds better ships?

    I doubt Robert would have batted an eye about Stannis taking the Royal Fleet to Dragonstone. I know this is a minor part of the discussion, but we know that Stannis sailed the ("a") fleet into Sisterton to put an end to smuggling, and of course Stannis commanded the fleet against the Ironborn. As Master of Ships, Stannis was often performing his duties, in which Robert showed little interest. If Stannis took off with the fleet, Robert's thoughts likely went no farther than "Stannis is off chastising someone again."
  3. LindsayLohan

    Jon Arryn's opinion of Lyanna

    Yep. Tywin wasn't putting conditions or making deals. He balls-out tells Tyrion that he sacking King's Landing and murdered Rhaegar's children in order to prove his fealty to Robert. Tywin was afraid of Robert's army descending upon King's Landing under the impression that Tywin was a Targ loyalist, or (worse), that Tywin wanted to seize the throne for himself. He had to leave no doubt as to his fealty. Ned's men were already in the city when Tywin's men discovered Jaime and the deceased Aerys. They were dangerously close to a Stark/Arryn/Tully/Baratheon slaughter of Lannister troops. Tywin did what he had to do, and placed no conditions upon doing it.
  4. LindsayLohan

    About the Trident

    I'd agree with that.
  5. LindsayLohan

    About the Trident

    I think the most common take is that Robert and Rhaegar met due to the battle going so disastrously for the Targaryan army. Rhaegar's forces, as in those assigned to his person, were only committed after the greater part of his host had been destroyed or scattered. It would explain why the two actually clashed in the ford, and not on land.
  6. Robert's own words: "“What Aerys did to your brother Brandon was unspeakable. The way your lord father died, that was unspeakable. And Rhaegar... how many times do you think he raped your sister? How many hundreds of times?” His voice had grown so loud that his horse whinnied nervously beneath him. The king jerked the reins hard, quieting the animal, and pointed an angry finger at Ned. “I will kill every Targaryen I can get my hands on, until they are as dead as their dragons, and then I will piss on their graves.”
  7. LindsayLohan

    The North does not need the Other Regions

    Interesting that the man everyone loves to hate, Jon Snow, saw the writing on the wall, working out a loan with the Iron Bank so he could import foods from the South and Essos, and immediately began planning to repay that loan as soon as winter ends. He forced the free folk to surrender their (albeit meager) wealth for passage south of the wall, and has engaged in a personal relationship with a serious claimant to the Iron Throne.
  8. LindsayLohan

    How should Robb have gotten his sisters back?

    Tywin would have known Jaime-for-Sansa to be a foolish trade, and he taught Tyrion the same thing. Wars are not won with gold, and no amount of money or sellswords could replace the value held in Jaime's bondage. Tywin looked down on the way the Free Cities used gold and sellswords (even as he bought the discount Brave Companions). "When your enemies defy you, you must serve them steel and fire." Later, when Tyrion was with JonCon on the river, he thinks about how Ilyrio relies too much on his economic influence in war planning: "Might be the cheesemonger has misjudged the situation. You can buy a man with gold, but only blood and steel will keep him true." You can't put a dollar value on Jaime's blood.
  9. The wall won't exist anymore, homie. I'd like to see a Jaime/Brienne marriage, and see what sort of moral warrior children they raise. Alas, it'll never happen, Jaime has already called his death. It's going to be a tearjerker.
  10. LindsayLohan

    Tyrion's Defense

    You're looking at it wrong. The testimony of Sers Meryn, Boros, and Osney are the equivalent of modern-day police testimony in a trial. It doesn't matter if they're lying or not, if there are two oral versions of an event, police version and defendant version, in the absence of physical evidence the police testimony is going to be treated as holy writ. The same applies to Varys' little birds, they're the Westeros version of modern-day wiretaps. The prosecution's case is unassailable, especially with Sansa Stark fled and the Tyrell involvement. Tyrion never stood a chance, with or without a fair chance to offer a defense.
  11. Hold on, we'll have this conversation after I read another "Who is the Harpy?" thread, am duchess maybe some lively discussion about Danny's diarrhea.
  12. It's already been finished, on HBO. And their version is better than GRRM's version, which is a mess.
  13. Robert is on the Iron Throne. Hope that helps.
  14. LindsayLohan

    Imaginary swords for swordless characters

    I laughed pretty hard @ "Dim Roar"
  15. Rickard didn't travel with Brandon, he was summoned after Brandon was arrested. Also, Bobby B was with Ned in the Vale. Hope that helps.