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  1. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    LOL.
  2. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    As always. I should have known.
  3. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    Nothing is certain and no reconsideration helps with the theme. I couldn't even tell which clue is yours. There are several clues I can give at least two plausible answers to and my theme ideas may fit both (or neither).
  4. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    Hm...
  5. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    I think I have the same theme...
  6. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    The game is never hard enough.
  7. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    I don't think mine is the real theme though... (But it would be a good theme.)
  8. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    Next round sounds (again) exciting! And I can actually see a theme idea evolving for this one...
  9. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! We have rounds and rounds of this game to go yet and we absolutely need the host!
  10. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    Sorry to say this, but the puzzle is much simpler than that. The characters were carefully chosen, so that when you take the ages of the eight characters at the beginning of the books and multiply each of them by five, except for #1, which you multiply by eight, and #7 and #8, which you divide by seven, then add up all the numbers, then multiply the resulting number by zero and divide it by nine, you will get exactly the number of theme guesses that I have at the moment.
  11. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    When DG is the host, any word may be a hint. You never know (only in retrospect).
  12. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    Thanks. :-) There were some interesting keywords in this round. "Friendzoned" brought up the Jorah association immediately, and, intererestingly, "feathered" reminded me of Xho almost immediately, too, even before I figured out a meaning for "nocker". (I had also made a clue for Xho once, so I studied his wiki entry at the time, and now "feathered" just evoked his wiki image.) "Polyglot" also led me to Missandei very quickly. On the other hand, there are so many blades in the books that solving the Brienne clue and the Daario clue took me a lot of research and a process of elimination because all sorts of blades came to mind.
  13. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    As eager as we all are, if you are exhausted, we can wait.
  14. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    I also thought of the Red Fork and the Blue Fork, so I looked for something orange and found the Orange Shore! It seemed to confirm my idea that the "princely" ('Rhaegar-like') deceiver was Aurane Waters.
  15. Julia H.

    Acrophilia #20: Breakers of Chains

    But we are competing in easy clues this round, aren't we?
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