Crackpot ASOIAF Theories SPOILERS
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Posted by shinerfan on 12/12 at 7:40 am to Gugich22
It still seems to me that if you're trying to hide Gerold Dayne you would simply name him Gerold Sand. Giving him the name of a great house just makes it needlessly complicated.


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Posted by CottonWasKing on 12/12 at 10:25 am to blueboy
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I haven't read the books. I just wanted to pop in and say that this is the most unlikely subject for a marathon thread that I've ever seen.


you underestimate ASOIAF fandom



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Posted by bayoudude on 12/12 at 11:52 am to Shiftyplus1
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Arya Stark and Nymeria, her with the faceless man training together with Nymeria's massive wolfpack


She would definitely be a force to be reckoned with. And back to the faceless man training if she were to jump into other people the way Bran does with Hodor she would be the most lethal person in Westeros. Would be epic for her to stand there looking at her target and make them slit their own throat while looking back at herself.



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Posted by Shiftyplus1 on 12/12 at 12:38 pm to bayoudude
Arya Stark is a natural lefty. The "Kingthlayer" has only his left hand remaining. I'm just crackpotting.


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Posted by Gugich22 on 12/12 at 11:39 pm to Carson123987
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quote: I don't think Sansa will avenge her family. The wedding will go awry. And she is not clever enough to get Littlefinger. Plus since Lady died I've been waiting for her to bite the dust. The Starks in the south and the kids without their direwolves are lost Finally someone agrees with me. No way she's clever enough to beat Petyr. I think Martin just wants us to think that she will outsmart him


Agree with all of this



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Posted by Shiftyplus1 on 12/12 at 11:59 pm to Gugich22
I think Baelish will outsmart himself, and his greatest flaw, pride, will be his downfall.


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Posted by Gugich22 on 12/13 at 12:34 am to Shiftyplus1
I just haven't seen enough from Sansa to think she has the ability to even grasp what LF is trying to do - let alone kill him or lead him to his demise.

Also, I'm not 100% sure that's what she wants. I think I remember her figuring out that LF wants her but I feel like she feels protected by him - if not happy.


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Posted by polizei11 on 12/13 at 7:29 am to Gugich22
I think that's the clue. Sansa is the only Stark child (barring Rickon) that hasn't "grown up" in the world. All of the others have started on their own paths while Sansa has been following others. I think at some point she will realize she is a Stark and has the power to affect what is going on. I'd imagine it would start when she finds out Rickon is alive and starts thinking that all of the other players in the Game of Thrones are using the Stark name to their advantage, why not her?


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Posted by Gugich22 on 12/13 at 3:37 pm to polizei11
I just don't know if she's going to...Arya is significantly younger than her yet far more advanced and cultured. Sansa still dreams of knights and babysits little robin all day.


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Posted by Sid in Lakeshore on 12/13 at 6:33 pm to Gugich22
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Sansa still dreams of knights and babysits little robin all day.


Sansa has not dreamed of knights in quite some time. She is slowly waking up to reality and is maturing. You can see it in the way she handles Robin.



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Posted by PowerTool on 12/13 at 6:40 pm to Sid in Lakeshore
Some of you book readers might be interested in this:

Game of Thrones' writer headed to Aggieland

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Martin's visit is tied to the library's Deeper Than Swords exhibit, which opens March 22 and runs through the end of 2013. The exhibit will include books, manuscripts and other objects from Martin's long, winding career in science fiction and fantasy.


Exhibit and appearance info




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Posted by BluegrassBelle on 12/13 at 8:01 pm to Carson123987
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Finally someone agrees with me. No way she's clever enough to beat Petyr. I think Martin just wants us to think that she will outsmart him


Maybe she doesn't, but nobody said the Blackfish can't when he plays spoiler at the wedding.



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Posted by 19 on 12/16 at 11:07 pm to BluegrassBelle
I just read the answer, confirmed by Martin, but completely forgot about this lil cliffhangar: The one word Brienne screamed to get UnCat to release her and Podrick from the noose...

...And in Jaime's last POV, he abandons the war effort to follow Brienne...seemingly straight to the clutches of UnCat and the BwB...(Even though she already had a spy in place at RiverRun - Tom O' Sevens - was he there for Jaime or to look out for Edmure and Blackfish?)

Does Brienne honor her vow to UnCat and follow through, or does she pull a "My vow to you died with you" and help him escape at the last second?

...and why did I have to search 4 pages to find this MFing thread??? What's up wit dat? No more football, Walking Dead or Boardwalk Empire to keep us busy...



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Posted by NIH on 12/16 at 11:16 pm to 19
I think Tom is serving as a spy and someone who can open the gates.


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Posted by Carson123987 on 12/16 at 11:19 pm to 19
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I just read the answer, confirmed by Martin


say what now?



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Posted by NIH on 12/17 at 2:41 am to Carson123987
What are you guys' favorite lines throughout the series?

Mine by far:

quote:

Few of the birds Maester Aemon had returned as of yet. One found Stannis, though. One found Dragonstone, and a king who still cared."


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Posted by CottonWasKing on 12/17 at 7:37 am to NIH
This coward is about to kill you, Ser


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Posted by BluegrassBelle on 12/17 at 7:58 am to CottonWasKing
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This coward is about to kill you, Ser


Definitely.

Stick 'em with the pointy end is always a fav of mine as well.



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Posted by weaglebeagle on 12/17 at 8:05 am to BluegrassBelle
My favorite. Just love the play on words here.

quote:

“We were king’s men, knights, and heroes . . . but some knights are dark and full of terror, my lady. War makes monsters of us all.”



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Posted by DestrehanTiger on 12/17 at 9:31 am to weaglebeagle
Mine

Shavepate - “You would break King Hizdahr's peace, old man?”

Barristan Selmy - “I would shatter it."



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