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Non-native speaker problems:

"A bare year younger than..."

Does this mean that person A is a year younger than person B, or could it also be two years?

I would say it means "barely a year", like 370 days or something.

Like his mom got pregnant again right away, poor thing.

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I would say it means "barely a year", like 370 days or something.

Like his mom got pregnant again right away, poor thing.

Seconded.

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Does Bloodraven know that Bran is warging Hodor?

It is supposed to be an abomination, so if he knows, he apparently doesn't care.

interesting question... I would like to know too ...

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It is supposed to be an abomination, so if he knows, he apparently doesn't care.

Indeed so, so Bloodraven either doesn't know or knows and doesn't care. Bloodraven stays quiet on the subject so we don't know which of the two is correct.

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Anyone else see the huffington post article today? lol, looks like show viewers are going to start assuming Tyrion is the son of Aerys.

Is there an online version? Perhaps you could link it?

Seems a bit weird to me, as there has been absolutely no hint whatsoever in the show about that, for as far as I know..

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If the Andals were successfully turned back at Moat Cailin, how did an Andal king end up guesting at the Nightfort with his son being served to him by the Rat Cook?

I don't believe the two are mutually exclusive.

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For some reason I can't copy paste into here but I saw the article on yahoo and if you go to huffington post .com and search game of thrones fan theory its the 3rd or 4th 1 down.

It must be this page

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If someone with a kindle could confirm this at their leisure, aren't we told on multiple occasions that many people in Lys have Valyrian traits?

From The Blind Girl in Dance

The Lyseni took the table nearest to the fire and spoke quietly over cups of black tar rum,

keeping their voices low so no one could overhear. But she was no one and she heard most every word.

And for a time it seemed that she could see them too, through the slitted yellow eyes of the tomcat

purring in her lap. One was old and one was young and one had lost an ear, but all three had the

white-blond hair and smooth fair skin of Lys, where the blood of the old Freehold still ran strong.

From Clash, Davos chapter 10

The captain had been very kind to him. His name was Khorane Sathmantes, a Lyseni like Salladhor Saan, whose ship this was. He had the pale blue eyes you often saw on Lys, set in a bony weatherworn face, but he had spent many years trading in the Seven Kingdoms.

From the semi-canon source, A Game of Thrones RPG:

Lys is a city of comforts, where the people enjoy rich food, sweet perfumes, and pleasure houses. The city spreads over several islands, and is one of the most populous of the Free Cities. Among the Lyseni, blue eyes and blonde hair are quite common.

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If someone with a kindle could confirm this at their leisure, aren't we told on multiple occasions that many people in Lys have Valyrian traits?

Just to add one:

Aurane did not resemble Prince Rhaegar as much as she had thought. He has the hair, but so do half the whores in Lys, if the tales are true.

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In the chapter where Ned first meets LF and LF asks if Brandon ever spoke of him Ned claims that Brandon did often and heatedly. I thought Brandon was killed relatively soon after his duel with LF and that Ned was in the Vale at the time so how is it possible for this?

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