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On 8/6/2019 at 10:26 PM, kissdbyfire said:

Granted, I don't speak for all of us Jon fans, and I don't know all of Jon's fans either... but out of the many I do know, not a single one wants Jon to hook up w/ Dany and make incest babies. :dunno:

I like Jon. Don't want him making incest babies with Dany whatsoever. 

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For all those Jon fans worrying about him fathering abominations with his aunt don't, after Ygritte, Jon has swung the other way...

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Satin, they called him, even in the wool and mail and boiled leather of the Night's Watch; the name he'd gotten in the brothel where he'd been born and raised. He was pretty as a girl with his dark eyes, soft skin, and raven's ringlets. 

Jon VII, Storm 55

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On 8/6/2019 at 8:13 PM, Andrew Yang for President said:

 

 

This is because Daenerys Targaryen is the only one who can be trusted to have the power of three dragons.  Think about what somebody like Arya would do with dragons.  Nothing good for sure.  She would use these wonderful dragons to exact revenge against those who beat up on the Starks.  All of the Starks put together is not worthy of needing a dragon to avenge.  The dragons are much bigger and more epic than the Stark family.  What would Jon do?  He would burn the Dreadfort to the ground even knowing those Bolton men could be helpful.  Stannis would do the same.  Daenerys will use her dragons to help the slaves win their freedom.  If there is a cause worthy of dragons and the Unsullied this is it.  Quaithe knows this silver-haired girl is very important.  

:agree:

Robert failed at ruling and leading because he was unfit for the role.  Oh he wanted to be king but he didn't want to do that job of ruling.  Robb failed at trying to become king because he lacked the selfcontrol needed to succeed in war.  Crazy wolf won a lot of battles but couldn't keep his allies together.  It's because he can't keep himself together and screwed over his most valuable contributor.  Joffrey failed because he was just an immature child whom his future in-laws needed to push out of the way.  Egg failed because he allowed personal feelings to get in the way of politics.  Jon Snow failed at leadership because he was ill-suited for it.  His job is to maintain the rules but he himself couldn't follow those rules.  He damaged the NW in order to get his sister away from her husband.  He had no right to do that and had no right to involve the wall.  

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On 8/1/2019 at 2:50 AM, Aldarion said:

I don't think she is helping Daenerys, as @Jova Snow pointed out, she seems to be rather making Daenerys paranoid and pushing away potential allies. IF Daenerys goes murderous/paranoid/MadQueen route, it will be in large part Quaithe's fault.

In this case, I disagree with you and Jova.  Quaithe has been steady in her support.  She knows Daenerys is the one they have been waiting for.  Fire is the protagonists and Ice is the antagonists.  Fire gives warmth and life.  Ice is the killer.  

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On 8/7/2019 at 8:41 PM, The Lord of the Crossing said:

:agree:

Robert failed at ruling and leading because he was unfit for the role.  Oh he wanted to be king but he didn't want to do that job of ruling.  Robb failed at trying to become king because he lacked the selfcontrol needed to succeed in war.  Crazy wolf won a lot of battles but couldn't keep his allies together.  It's because he can't keep himself together and screwed over his most valuable contributor.  Joffrey failed because he was just an immature child whom his future in-laws needed to push out of the way.  Egg failed because he allowed personal feelings to get in the way of politics.  Jon Snow failed at leadership because he was ill-suited for it.  His job is to maintain the rules but he himself couldn't follow those rules.  He damaged the NW in order to get his sister away from her husband.  He had no right to do that and had no right to involve the wall.  

Jon and Robb are failures because they were conflicted.  They were both put into positions they were incompetent for by blinded followers.  

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On 8/8/2019 at 2:41 AM, The Lord of the Crossing said:

:agree:

Robert failed at ruling and leading because he was unfit for the role.  Oh he wanted to be king but he didn't want to do that job of ruling.  Robb failed at trying to become king because he lacked the selfcontrol needed to succeed in war.  Crazy wolf won a lot of battles but couldn't keep his allies together.  It's because he can't keep himself together and screwed over his most valuable contributor.  Joffrey failed because he was just an immature child whom his future in-laws needed to push out of the way.  Egg failed because he allowed personal feelings to get in the way of politics.  Jon Snow failed at leadership because he was ill-suited for it.  His job is to maintain the rules but he himself couldn't follow those rules.  He damaged the NW in order to get his sister away from her husband.  He had no right to do that and had no right to involve the wall.  

Robb was trapped with a love potion.

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On 8/10/2019 at 5:33 AM, Loge said:

Robb was trapped with a love potion.

Robb Stark knew what he was doing.  He wanted to fulfill his own desire instead of honoring a pact with a man who lost his son fighting for the Starks.  There is no excuse for Robb Stark.  

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