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15th Aug '17 6:54:07 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* The BadassCrew Jon Snow assembles at the end of "Eastwatch" represent the Seven (from the dominant faith of Westeros): Jon is the Father who passes judgement, Thoros is the Mother who gives life, The Hound is the Warrior with his sword, Tormund is the Crone who guides the path, Beric is the Stranger who saw death, Gendry is the Smith with his hammer, and Jorah is the Maiden stuck in the friendzone forever.

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* The BadassCrew Jon Snow assembles at the end of "Eastwatch" represent the Seven (from the dominant faith of Westeros): Jon is the Father who passes judgement, Thoros is the Mother who gives life, The Hound is the Warrior with his sword, Tormund is the Crone who guides the path, Beric is the Stranger who saw death, Gendry is the Smith with his hammer, and Jorah is the Maiden stuck in the friendzone forever.
14th Aug '17 2:34:29 PM Saveelich
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* The BadassCrew Jon Snow assembles at the end of "Eastwatch" represent the Seven (from the dominant faith of Westeros): Jon is the Father who passes judgement, Thoros is the Mother who gives life, The Hound is the Warrior, Tormund is the Crone who guides the path, Beric is the Stranger who saw death, Gendry is the Smith with his hammer, and Jorah is the Maiden stuck in the friendzone forever.

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* The BadassCrew Jon Snow assembles at the end of "Eastwatch" represent the Seven (from the dominant faith of Westeros): Jon is the Father who passes judgement, Thoros is the Mother who gives life, The Hound is the Warrior, Warrior with his sword, Tormund is the Crone who guides the path, Beric is the Stranger who saw death, Gendry is the Smith with his hammer, and Jorah is the Maiden stuck in the friendzone forever.
14th Aug '17 2:21:06 PM Saveelich
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* The BadassCrew Jon Snow assembles at the end of "Eastwatch" represent the Seven (from the dominant faith of Westeros): Jon is the Father who passes judgement, Thoros is the Mother who gives life, The Hound is the Warrior, Tormund is the Crone who guides the path, Beric is the Stranger who saw death, Gendry is the Smith with his hammer, and Jorah is the Maiden stuck in the friendzone forever.
14th Aug '17 2:07:25 PM xXwindsofchangeXx
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* The maester that recorded his own bowel movements comes off as absurd on its own (and Sam's frustration at it turns what should have been a WhamLine into an offhanded comment). But, when you think about it, given that one of the functions of a maester was as a physician, and more modern medicine has revealed that one can find out quite a bit about one's health by observing their stool, the maester probably wasn't just doing it for [[{{Pun}} shits and giggles]] - and may have been on to something of a medical advance in Westeros if anyone had cared to pay attention.
14th Aug '17 1:28:44 PM TurMoiL911
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\n* How did Tyrion get word to Bronn to arrange the meeting with Jaime? Varys probably still has access to his network of little birds. How did Cersei find out? Same way. Qyburn has access to the same group of orphaned kids running around King's Landing.
14th Aug '17 1:15:12 AM Blackie62
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* *Gasp* The jarred fetuses of Selyse Baratheon are still in Dragonstone! Oh, the poor Dothraki or Unsullied who got freaked out coming upon those.
14th Aug '17 1:06:03 AM Dracis
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* Imagine, for a moment, that Jaime had succeeded in skewering Daenerys at the Blackwater Rush. AndThenWhat Even assuming he'd survive the fury of an orphaned Drogon, both the Dothraki and the three dragons would remain in Westeros, very much alive. Only now, there would be no one to hold them back. The Dothraki, having lost their great leader, would split into khalasars and proceed with their time-old RapePillageBurn lifestyle, spreading across the Seven Kingdoms. As for the dragons? Sure, they might be slain eventually, but imagine the horrific damage three enraged, fire-breathing war machines might inflict on Westeros before that.

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* Imagine, for a moment, that Jaime had succeeded in skewering Daenerys at the Blackwater Rush. AndThenWhat Even assuming he'd survive the fury of an orphaned Drogon, both the Dothraki and the three dragons would remain in Westeros, very much alive. Only now, there would be no one to hold them back. The Dothraki, having lost their great leader, would split into khalasars and proceed with their time-old RapePillageBurn RapePillageAndBurn lifestyle, spreading across the Seven Kingdoms. As for the dragons? Sure, they might be slain eventually, but imagine the horrific damage three enraged, fire-breathing war machines might inflict on Westeros before that.
14th Aug '17 1:05:30 AM Dracis
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* Imagine, for a moment, that Jaime had succeeded in skewering Daenerys at the Blackwater Rush. AndThenWhat Even assuming he'd survive the fury of an orphaned Drogon, both the Dothraki and the three dragons would remain in Westeros, very much alive. Only now, there would be no one to hold them back. The Dothraki, having lost their great leader, would split into khalasars and proceed with their time-old RapePillageBurn lifestyle, spreading across the Seven Kingdoms. As for the dragons? Sure, they might be slain eventually, but imagine the horrific damage three enraged, fire-breathing war machines might inflict on Westeros before that.
11th Aug '17 5:20:43 PM annieholmes
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*** Maegor also backed the Alchemist' Guild in their creation of wildfire. Cersei probably should thank him for that.


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*** Maegor also backed the Alchemist' Alchemists' Guild in their creation of wildfire. Cersei probably should thank him for that.

11th Aug '17 5:19:46 PM annieholmes
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*** Maegor burned down the Sept of Remembrance with dragonfire to fight the Faith Militant. Cersei torched the Great Sept of Baelor with wildfire to fight the Faith Militant.

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*** Maegor burned down the Sept of Remembrance with dragonfire to fight the Faith Militant. Cersei [[spoiler: torched the Great Sept of Baelor with wildfire to fight the Faith Militant.]]
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