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    [–] (Spoilers Extended) On Stannis and Shireen Dpate10 1 points ago in asoiaf

    Rhaenyra claiming the throne was against the law, given that her brother had the first claim.

    [–] Why do the Blood of the Dead graphics look so subpar? Dpate10 0 points ago in CODZombies

    The graphics look worse (by far) than any of the Bo3 maps.

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) On Stannis and Shireen Dpate10 2 points ago in asoiaf

    Yes. So what was the point you were trying to make before?

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) On Stannis and Shireen Dpate10 7 points ago in asoiaf

    It's the way he says it... in his speech.

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) On Stannis and Shireen Dpate10 34 points ago in asoiaf

    And he does say that if he dies, his daughter will sit the throne. For Stannis, that's definitely something.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) Arya and moral ambiguity - Why I believe the show took a large misstep with her character from the books. Dpate10 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in asoiaf

    I think there definitely is a seed of doubt. I mean, you said yourself that he might not have raped the girl. This would make him innocent of the crime that sent him to the wall.

    As for why he would be with a Lord's daughter? Well, maybe she led him on. Maybe she liked him for some reason or other. Who knows.

    But that's not the only problem. What we should also think about is the manner in which he was killed. It wasn't a proper beheading; Arya snuck behind him and killed him in some dark alley.

    Why should Arya have had the right to do what she did (especially in the manner in which she did it)? She's not some Lord or a commander in the Night's Watch. She's a little girl; a little girl who did not know Dareon's full story.

    We're definitely supposed to question her actions.

    [–] How do we feel about Kylo... Dpate10 1 points ago in StarWarsCantina

    Take a load of this guy, Bob. He actually made a comment.... and a long one at that.

    I guess he didn't realize it was a troll, eh, George?

    Sure looks that way, Bob.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) Lyanna loved Rhaegar, but to him she meant nothing (?) Dpate10 2 points ago in asoiaf

    But did he actually care/love her, or was he just using her as a tool? That's what I'm saying.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) Lyanna loved Rhaegar, but to him she meant nothing (?) Dpate10 3 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in asoiaf

    The two tournaments are not supposed to be a 1:1 comparison. Of course there were different motivations and ideas in both. I'm simply wondering if Lyanna might have felt the same way as Sansa -- thinking the rose meant something more than it actually did.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) Which things from the last few seasons will still happen in TWOW and ADOS and which will not? Dpate10 29 points ago in asoiaf

    Sansa being Littlefinger's downfall. Although, the execution will be much different.

    She's been one of Littlefinger's weaknesses ever since book one:

    His fingers brushed against her cheek as he stroked one auburn lock. Quite abruptly he turned and walked away.

    In the show, however, Sansa barely did anything. Bran is the one who told her the truth and Arya is the one who executed Littlefinger.

    [–] [spoilers extended] Wight Knights, a theory Dpate10 1 points ago in asoiaf

    I guess there could be some bodies further down. But as far as we know, they only put the person's bones in the crypts, not their whole body.

    [–] [SPOILERS ASOS] Poor Robb Dpate10 10 points ago in asoiaf

    Poor Walder Frey.

    All the corpses and blood made a mess of his hall. So sad.

    [–] [spoilers extended] Wight Knights, a theory Dpate10 9 points ago in asoiaf

    Given that they're nothing but bones, I would say....no.

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) The thing that disturbed you the most in ASOIAF? Dpate10 1 points ago * (lasted edited 3 days ago) in asoiaf

    Yeah, thanks for repeating the same exact point again.

    Like I said, Bran still has control over Hodor. It's not the same as Summer, where the animal instincts almost fully take over.

    And again, if Meera were to die that way, why would it turn Bran into an absolute monster? He would have nothing but regret over her death once he came back to his own body.

    Blocked!

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) The thing that disturbed you the most in ASOIAF? Dpate10 1 points ago in asoiaf

    I've addressed every point you've made. You, on the other hand, have been cherry-picking since the very beginning.

    He loses himself in Summer because Summer is a beast. Warging into a human mind is not the same; he still has control.