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Did anybody else think that Bloodraven (and i say Bloodraven because Bran is the three eyed crow) saying "it is beautiful beneath the sea, but if you stay too long you'll drown" is vitally important to how we interpret Patchface in the book?

Most interpretations view Patchface's sayings as meaning in death but Bloodraven clearly means in the past. this isnt the first time D&D have squeezed in references to Patchface despite cutting him from the show. 

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