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23rd Apr '17 8:53:16 AM Eievie
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12th Apr '17 8:00:47 PM Snowsky
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* TooDumbToLive: Singing a song that insults both of the young king's parents and makes fun of his father's recent death, ''to'' the king's face? Really???

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* TooDumbToLive: Singing a song that insults both of the young king's parents and makes fun of his father's recent death, ''to'' the king's face? king? Really???
12th Apr '17 8:00:21 PM Snowsky
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* TooDumbToLive: Singing a song that insults both of the young king's parents and makes fun of his father's death, ''to'' the king? Really???

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* TooDumbToLive: Singing a song that insults both of the young king's parents and makes fun of his father's recent death, ''to'' the king? king's face? Really???
12th Apr '17 8:31:39 AM cherrychels
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*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Jon Snow is actually the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen's -- meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen). Bonus for Robert and Rhaegar being [[{{Archenemy}} archenemies]] and yet fathering two boys that foil each other.]]

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*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Jon Snow is actually the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen's Targaryen -- meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen). Bonus for Robert and Rhaegar being [[{{Archenemy}} archenemies]] and yet fathering two boys that foil each other.]]
12th Apr '17 8:30:48 AM cherrychels
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*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Jon Snow is actually Rhaegar Targaryen's son -- meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen). Bonus for Robert and Rhaegar being [[{{Archenemy}} archenemies]] and yet fathering two boys that foil each other.]]

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*** As we find out in the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Jon Snow is actually the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen's son -- meaning that Gendry is in fact Jon's third cousin (Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen). Bonus for Robert and Rhaegar being [[{{Archenemy}} archenemies]] and yet fathering two boys that foil each other.]]
31st Mar '17 2:28:52 PM bjshipley1
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** Though to be fair, his demeanor implies that he'd been overheard somewhere singing that particular song, word had gotten to Joffrey, and the king had summoned him to the Red Keep to hear the song for himself. At that point the poor minstrel hardly had a choice.
29th Mar '17 7:34:07 AM k410ren
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dark-haired in the books, blond in the TV series.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dark-haired in the books, blond blonde in the TV series.
28th Mar '17 6:54:02 AM k410ren
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dark-haired in the books, blond in the TV series.
19th Mar '17 8:52:07 PM karategal
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* HiddenDepths: While most characters dismiss her as just a regular prostitute, it's frequently shown that she's actually quite on the ball and highly savvy. Both Littlefinger and Varys have noticed this and have respectively appointed her as their right hand woman by end of the second season. She warns Shae to keep an eye on Sansa, ''[[WifeHusbandry particularly]]'' around Littlefinger. In series 3 we learn she can read which as Varys points out is rare for a woman who started off where she did.

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* HiddenDepths: While most characters dismiss her as just a regular prostitute, it's frequently shown that she's actually quite on the ball and highly savvy. Both Littlefinger and Varys have noticed this and have respectively appointed her as their right hand woman by end of the second season. She warns Shae to keep an eye on Sansa, ''[[WifeHusbandry particularly]]'' around Littlefinger. In series 3 Season 3, we learn she can read read, which as Varys points out out, is rare for a woman who started off where she did.



* ThrowTheDogABone: After spending most of the season being traumatized, threatened, abused and held hostage, Ros' situation finally starts looking up in "Valar Morghulis", when Varys offers her a business partnership. [[YankTheDogsChain Too bad it doesn't last.]]
* TraumaCongaLine: Ros has a hard time on King's Landing. Witnessing infanticide, being threatened by Littlefinger to be [[SexSlave sold to a deviant]], being stuck [[ColdBloodedTorture in a room with Joffrey]], and [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped by Cersei]] to keep Tyrion in line. CanonForeigner or no, it's hard not to feel a bit sorry for her. This is all capped off in Season 3's episode "The Climb" when Ros is sold off by Littlefinger to Joffrey who then brutally kills her by using her as target practice.
* ReallyGetsAround: Well, ''Cast'' Bicycle by now. In a way that makes her sort of like [[BeenThereShapedHistory Forrest Gump]], [[{{Dissimile}} if Gump slept with a lot of famous people]]. She has been a lover to Theon and Tyrion, was going to be Jon Snow's "first time," and gets to listen to a very plot-important monologue from Littlefinger while he has her practice with another prostitute. She's also "hired" by Pycelle. Plays neatly into her other role on the show:

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* ThrowTheDogABone: After spending most of the season being traumatized, threatened, abused abused, and held hostage, Ros' situation finally starts looking up in "Valar Morghulis", when Varys offers her a business partnership. [[YankTheDogsChain Too bad it doesn't last.]]
* TraumaCongaLine: Ros has a hard time on at King's Landing. Witnessing infanticide, being threatened by Littlefinger to be [[SexSlave sold to a deviant]], being stuck [[ColdBloodedTorture in a room with Joffrey]], and [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped by Cersei]] to keep Tyrion in line. CanonForeigner or no, it's hard not to feel a bit sorry for her. This is all capped off in Season 3's episode "The Climb" when Ros is sold off by Littlefinger to Joffrey Joffrey, who then brutally kills her by using her as target practice.
* ReallyGetsAround: Well, ''Cast'' Bicycle by now. In a way that makes her sort of like [[BeenThereShapedHistory Forrest Gump]], [[{{Dissimile}} if Gump slept with a lot of famous people]]. She has been a lover to Theon and Tyrion, was going to be Jon Snow's "first time," time", and gets to listen to a very plot-important monologue from Littlefinger while he has her practice with another prostitute. She's also "hired" by Pycelle. Plays neatly into her other role on the show:
19th Mar '17 7:46:57 PM karategal
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* DiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.

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* DiamondsInTheBuff: Her earings.earrings.



* MamaBear: She throws herself at the Gold Cloaks who kill Barra, crying and screaming. Unfortunately, this is Series/GameOfThrones and RealityEnsues.

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* MamaBear: She throws herself at the Gold Cloaks who kill Barra, crying and screaming. Unfortunately, this is Series/GameOfThrones ''Series/GameOfThrones'' and RealityEnsues.



* MsFanservice: Put it this way: she's the longest recurring prostitute character on the show by Season 6, and she has worn "clothes" in ''exactly one scene'', in the Season 4 premiere (and even then she quickly took her clothes off almost immediately).

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* MsFanservice: Put it this way: she's the longest recurring prostitute character on the show by Season 6, and she has worn "clothes" in ''exactly one scene'', in the Season 4 premiere (and even then she quickly took her clothes off almost immediately).



* DistractedByTheSexy: Podrick Payne, Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand all fall prey to her highly distracting charms.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Podrick Payne, Oberyn Martell Martell, and Ellaria Sand all fall prey to her highly distracting charms.



** In the books at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in the Vale with Sansa). The TV series never introduced the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.

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** In the books books, at least two of Robert's other bastards survived: Edric Storm (sent to the Free Cities) and Mya Stone (in the Vale with Sansa). The TV series never introduced the others and seems to treat Gendry as the ''only'' surviving bastard.



* {{Foil}}: To Joffrey, in pretty much everything, including paternity, morality, upbringing, amount of badass and even clothing. They're both bastards connected to House Baratheon, but apart from that they're polar opposites.

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* {{Foil}}: To Joffrey, in pretty much everything, including paternity, morality, upbringing, amount of badass badass, and even clothing. They're both bastards connected to House Baratheon, but apart from that they're polar opposites.



'''Gendry:''' You're me. Never been with a woman. Never ''talked'' to a woman, really. And then she comes at you big words, no clothes.\\

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'''Gendry:''' You're me. Never been with a woman. Never ''talked'' to a woman, really. And then she comes at you with big words, no clothes.\\
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