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Do you think Qyburn is a psychpathic necromancer, or the Father of Modern Medicine in Westeros?

As is, the former, if the Jon Strong thing never happened, the latter.

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Do you think Qyburn is a psychpathic necromancer, or the Father of Modern Medicine in Westeros?

it's too bad he didn't invent DNA analysis... maybe then we could have some goddamn answers.

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it's too bad he didn't invent DNA analysis... maybe then we could have some goddamn answers.

Dany, Jon and Tyrion, on the next Maury Povich? :)

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When Jeyne Poole told Arya that Mycah had been cut into so many pieces that they had given him to the butcher and bag, and at first the butcher thought it was a slaughtered pig, was Jeyne deliberately trying to be cruel or was it more innocent with no malicious intent?

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When Jeyne Poole told Arya that Mycah had been cut into so many pieces that they had given him to the butcher and bag, and at first the butcher thought it was a slaughtered pig, was Jeyne deliberately trying to be cruel or was it more innocent with no malicious intent?

Some children can be cruel and malicious without giving it any thought, they are just that ignorant to what their words can do to someone.

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Fire Eater, it´s hard to tell. Arya doesn´t seem to be mad at Jeyne for telling her the story and it seems the wording "poor man" comes from Jeyne, but Jeyne telling such a gruesome story is very odd and Jeyne definitely tried to raise her reputation with Sansa by criticising Arya before. Sansa longs for having Arya as a companion of equal status who shares her interests and I think Jeyne is jealous of Arya for that.

..., but then the Hound found Mycah. Jeyne Poole had told Arya that he'd cut him up in so many pieces that they'd given him back to the butcher in a bag, and at first the poor man had thought it was a pig they'd slaughtered.
Arya in Game.

"A dream? Truly? Did Prince Joffrey just go up to it and touch it with his bare hand and do it no harm?"

"No," Sansa said. "He shot it with a golden arrow and brought it back for me."

In the songs, the knights never killed magical beasts, they just went up to them and touched them and did them no harm, but she knew Jofftey liked hunting, especially the killing part. Only animals, though. Sansa was certain her prince had no part in murdering Jory and those other poor men; that had been his wicked uncle, the Kingslayer. She knew her father was still angry about that, but it wasn't fair to blame Joff. That would be like blaming her for something that Arya had done.

"I saw your sister this afternoon," Jeyne blurted out, as if she'd been reading Sansa's thoughts. "She was walking through the stables on her hands. Why would she do a thing like that?"

Sansa in Game.

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