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25 minutes ago, Groo said:

Varamyr Sixskins: stuck in the oldest of his wolves, forced to submit to Summer, and now eating wight flesh that is still moving. 

Varamyr attempting to warg/skinchange into Thistle is the only scene in the books that gave me the negative chills

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Joffrey, Chiswick, Raff, Rorge, Biter, Vargo Hoat, various Freys, Janos Slynt, Tywin, the Tickler, Polliver, Shagwell, Varamyr, Lord of Bones, Kraznys, Ser Amory, Ser Gregor, The Yellow Whale, Nurse, Ser Kevan, Pycelle.  Quite a few, really.

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4 minutes ago, Arthur Peres said:

No one mentioned Tywin yet?

Maybe he went out too easy after all.

No one? 

19 minutes ago, SeanF said:

, Tywin, 

Uhoh, @SeanF, you trading faces?... We kinda know each other right? I'm off limits according to the rules? Lol

 

Yea for real, Tywin! Omg! Dude went straight to the build a bear workshop and made himself his very own Imp, like every step of the way he paved his demise. (He did a number on the other two too) A veteran poster once posted some Saturn eating his kids analogy to Tywin and Tyrion and it was perfect, but I don't really remember how it went lol. But, yea, without a doubt, Tywin totally wrote his death.

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1 minute ago, Hugorfonics said:

Yea for real, Tywin! Omg! Dude went straight to the build a bear workshop and made himself his very own Imp, like every step of the way he paved his demise. (He did a number on the other two too) A veteran poster once posted some Saturn eating his kids analogy to Tywin and Tyrion and it was perfect, but I don't really remember how it went lol. But, yea, without a doubt, Tywin totally wrote his death.

 

He did so much damage to others in his life. Tywin deserved to be ressurected and killed by Tyrion again, than Doran, than Oberyn, than Daenerys, than Jaime, than Cersei, than Edmure.

 

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2 minutes ago, Arthur Peres said:

He did so much damage to others in his life. Tywin deserved to be ressurected and killed by Tyrion again, than Doran, than Oberyn, than Daenerys, than Jaime, than Cersei, than Edmure.

Don't forget Elia, Rhaenys and either Aegon or whoever the innocent child was.

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2 minutes ago, Craving Peaches said:

Some people have this idea of Kevan being 'good' but I don't think he's really that good, he's just not as bad as Tywin. He was quite happy to burn the Riverlands on his orders.

He was also assuming the worst from Tyrion at every turn, even to the point where he practically tells Tyrion to his face that he believes Tyrion is guilty, long before the trial even began. And keep in mind, he can only believe this because of Cersei's accusation, a woman whom he knows full well has been sleeping with her own brother. And he also didn't tell Tywin about that either.

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1 minute ago, Craving Peaches said:

Some people have this idea of Kevan being 'good' but I don't think he's really that good, he's just not as bad as Tywin. He was quite happy to burn the Riverlands on his orders.

He took part in almost all of Tywin's crimes.

Kevan was far from a "good guy". He had it comming for a long time.

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5 minutes ago, Craving Peaches said:

Some people have this idea of Kevan being 'good' but I don't think he's really that good, he's just not as bad as Tywin. He was quite happy to burn the Riverlands on his orders.

Kevan happily facilitated his brother’s crimes.

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Joffrey , Vargo Hoat , some Freys , Tywin Lannsiters (especially the stinking part) , Aerys , the three bloody mummers Brienne killed , Biter and his friend , Raff the sweetling , the slavers Dany burned , Janos Slynt 

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2 hours ago, SeanF said:

Kevan happily facilitated his brother’s crimes.

People like Kevan because a) by Westerosi standards he is virtuous and therefore is spoken of well by other characters and b) his direct interactions with other characters tend to reflect reader opinions: he is sympathetic to Tyrion, recognises Cersei for what she is, deals with the problems facing Westeros sensibly, etc.

But he is also Tywin's right-hand man and complicit to some extent in most of Tywin's greatest crimes (even if they are not always recognised as crimes IC).

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3 hours ago, Craving Peaches said:

Some people have this idea of Kevan being 'good' but I don't think he's really that good, he's just not as bad as Tywin. He was quite happy to burn the Riverlands on his orders.

Kevan was just Tywin’s yes man. I doubt he’d be as cruel or ruthless as Tywin but he had no issues following his orders. According to Godwin’s law, Kevan would still swing at Nuremberg.

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