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From the last thread, still being discussed:



From Lost Melnibonean: Does Sansa ever pray to the Old Gods


From Pretty Pig:



This song sung by Tom Sevenstrings in ASOS when Arya encounters the BwB for the first time - does anyone know the name of it, and if there are more lyrics?



"Off to Gulltown the see the fair maid, heigh ho, heigh ho,


I'll steal a sweet kiss with the point of my blade, heigh ho, heigh ho


I'll make her my love and we'll rest in the shade, heigh ho, heigh ho..."




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From Lost Melnibonean: Does Sansa ever pray to the Old Gods

From Game 57, so before Sansa goes to the godswood to meet Dontos :

"Freedom of the castle" meant that she could go wherever she chose within the Red Keep so long as she promised not to go beyond the walls, a promise Sansa had been more than willing to give. She couldn't have gone beyond the walls anyway. The gates were watched day and night by Janos Slynt's gold cloaks, and Lannister house guards were always about as well. Besides, even if she could leave the castle, where would she go? It was enough that she could walk in the yard, pick flowers in Myrcella's garden, and visit the sept to pray for her father. Sometimes she prayed in the godswood as well, since the Starks kept the old gods.

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Could someone please check for me whether Abelar Hightower is shown in the graphic novel adaption of the Hedge Knight, and if he is, what the colour of his hair is? (He's the Hightower jousting against Valarr).


I don't have my graphic novel copy available.. :(


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Could someone please check for me whether Abelar Hightower is shown in the graphic novel adaption of the Hedge Knight, and if he is, what the colour of his hair is? (He's the Hightower jousting against Valarr).

I don't have my graphic novel copy available.. :(

He is shown in the first joust of five on five, but he is wearing a helm. I couldn't find him anywhere else. :)

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Could someone please check for me whether Abelar Hightower is shown in the graphic novel adaption of the Hedge Knight, and if he is, what the colour of his hair is? (He's the Hightower jousting against Valarr).

I don't have my graphic novel copy available.. :(

I can't find him...Hopefully I'm being dumb :)

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Why did Marillion go along with the Lysa murder frame up?

pretty sure LF offerd him something

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Didn't Mord... um... "persuade" Marillion?

I just can't understand why he'd wrongfully confess to the murder of such a significant highborn lady. The lords were speaking of taking his tongue out and tossing him out of the moon door. :bang:

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Jon read a letter from Stannis some time after a group including Satin said their NW vows at the weirwoods. A section of the letter mentions groups, including the mountain clans, that joined Stannis on his march to confront Boltons and company. He mentioned that survivors from the battle outside Winterfell were among those that joined him. Is he referring to the battle in which Ramsay's men turned on Ser Rodrick when Rodrick was preparing to battle Theon?

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Jon read a letter from Stannis some time after a group including Satin said their NW vows at the weirwoods. A section of the letter mentions groups, including the mountain clans, that joined Stannis on his march to confront Boltons and company. He mentioned that survivors from the battle outside Winterfell were among those that joined him. Is he referring to the battle in which Ramsay's men turned on Ser Rodrick when Rodrick was preparing to battle Theon?

I believe so, but I'm not sure if they were soldiers who were directly involved in the fighting and sack of Winterfell and knew what was going on.

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Why did Marillion go along with the Lysa murder frame up?

I thought it was stated that Marillion was tortured so much that he just confessed

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I believe so, but I'm not sure if they were soldiers who were directly involved in the fighting and sack of Winterfell and knew what was going on.

Yes, I was thinking that if some of Rodrick's men survived, then they'd reveal that Ramsay/northerners actually betrayed and ruined the siege against Theon and burned Winterfell.

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The bedding, there were a few reasons, first of which was Mord torturing him, the second was that Baelish gave him 2 options, he said you can live in this cell for a time in relative peace I will feed you and you can play your music until its time for you to die. Or I can cut out your tongue so you can never confess and continue to torture you every day until you die. Its another risky move on LF's part where he "gets lucky". As with most of the occasions where LF should arguably have lost everything, the excuse is questionable.


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