History Literature / AFeastForCrows

1st Nov '16 8:10:23 PM mercydracyel
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* SmugSnake: Arianne and her plot [[spoiler: of crowning Myrcella aueen. Her father knew all along and she's flatly put on her place. Fortunately for her, her father hasn't any intention of harming her and her companions and has been plotting revenge on House Lannister for 16 years.]]

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* SmugSnake: Arianne and her plot [[spoiler: of crowning Myrcella aueen.queen. Her father knew all along and she's flatly put on her place. Fortunately for her, her father hasn't any intention of harming her and her companions and has been plotting revenge on House Lannister for 16 years.]]
1st Nov '16 7:06:10 PM mercydracyel
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Avrted with poor [[spoiler: Myrcella, who loses an ear and has her face scarred by Darkstar]].

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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Avrted Averted with poor [[spoiler: Myrcella, who loses an ear and has her face scarred by Darkstar]].
1st Nov '16 7:05:39 PM mercydracyel
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* BaitAndSwitch: A line of dialogue mentions that [[spoiler:Davos Seaworth]] has been executed [[by Wyman Manderly]]. We learn much later in the following novel that this was an elaborate ruse, and that [[spoiler:Davos is still very much alive]].

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* BaitAndSwitch: A line of dialogue mentions that [[spoiler:Davos Seaworth]] has been executed [[by [[spoiler:by Wyman Manderly]]. We learn much later in the following novel that this was an elaborate ruse, and that [[spoiler:Davos is still very much alive]].
7th Oct '16 4:33:01 PM elbitjusticiero
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** [[spoiler: Catelyn Stark from Thoros' magic. Catelyn is resurrected several days after death, leaving her a partially rotted and vengeance-fueled revenant of her former self]].

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** [[spoiler: Catelyn Stark from Thoros' magic. Catelyn is resurrected several days after death, leaving her a partially rotted and vengeance-fueled revenant of her former self]].self. Probably a result of having been a corpse for three days, two of which spent in the river, she can hardly speak any comprehensible words and seems to have become increasingly psychopathic.]].



* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler:Catelyn]]. Probably a result of having been a corpse for three days, two of which spent in the river, she can hardly speak any comprehensible words and seems to have become increasingly psychopathic.
7th Oct '16 3:26:41 PM elbitjusticiero
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* BaitAndSwitch: A line of dialogue mentions that [[spoiler:Davos Seaworth]] has been executed by Wyman Manderley. We learn much later in the following novel that this was an elaborate ruse, and that [[spoiler:Davos]] is still very much alive.

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* BaitAndSwitch: A line of dialogue mentions that [[spoiler:Davos Seaworth]] has been executed by [[by Wyman Manderley. Manderly]]. We learn much later in the following novel that this was an elaborate ruse, and that [[spoiler:Davos]] [[spoiler:Davos is still very much alive.alive]].
1st Oct '16 11:37:50 AM Epicazeroth
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* AnimalMotifs: Crows are a recurring one since the very title itself.
--> '''Euron Greyjoy''': "After every battle the crows come in their hundreds and thousands to feast upon the fallen. A crow can espy death from afar. And I say that all of Westeros is dying."

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* AnimalMotifs: Crows are a recurring one since one; they're even in the very title itself.title.
--> '''Euron "Crow's Eye" Greyjoy''': "After every battle the crows come in their hundreds and thousands to feast upon the fallen. A crow can espy death from afar. And I say that all of Westeros is dying."
1st Oct '16 5:19:57 AM leraluna
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* AnimalMotifs: Crows are a recurring one.

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* AnimalMotifs: Crows are a recurring one.one since the very title itself.



* EvilPowerVacuum: Most of ''A Feast For Crows'' conserns this, as [[spoiler:the deaths of Joffrey, Robb and especially Tywin]], emboldens the surviving villains of Westeros to take advantage of the disorder. [[spoiler:Cersei attempts to rule through her son, Euron Grejoy attacks the undefended Reach, the surviving Bloody Mummers rape and burn what's left of the Riverlands and it's hinted that Roose Bolton might crown himself King in the North]]. The [[MeaningfulName title itself]] is likely made to underline this.

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* EvilPowerVacuum: Most of ''A Feast For Crows'' conserns this, as [[spoiler:the deaths of Joffrey, Robb and especially Tywin]], emboldens the surviving villains of Westeros to take advantage of the disorder. [[spoiler:Cersei attempts to rule through her son, Euron Grejoy attacks the undefended Reach, Petyr Baelish is taking control of the Vale and looks at the North, the surviving Bloody Mummers rape and burn what's left of the Riverlands and it's hinted that Roose Bolton might crown himself King in the North]]. The [[MeaningfulName title itself]] is likely made to underline this.
1st Oct '16 5:09:36 AM leraluna
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* Conflicting Loyalties:

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* Conflicting Loyalties:ConflictingLoyalty:
19th Sep '16 3:44:31 PM JulianLapostat
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** [[spoiler: Under Lady Stoneheart's leadership]], the Brotherhood Without Banners starts luring, hunting and killing Freys for the mere reason of them being Freys, no matter what they did during the Red Wedding. All of them are considered guilty by default and by proxy and the only possible result is death. In their defense, the Freys they have executed until now [[spoiler: Merrett, Petyr, Ryman]], are absolutely guilty of involvement in the Red Wedding with Ryman Frey, who is executed at the end of the book being the man who killed Dacey Mormont]], and in the case of Pod and Brienne, [[spoiler:Stoneheart moderates from outright execution to making her AnOfferYouCantRefuse which Book 5 confirms she accepted. In any case, within the context of Westeros when there's no real justice system, one can't plausibly regard the Brotherhood as being significantly more unjust than any other existing system]].

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** [[spoiler: Under Lady Stoneheart's leadership]], the Brotherhood Without Banners starts luring, hunting and killing Freys for the mere reason of them being Freys, no matter what they did during the Red Wedding. All of them are considered guilty by default and by proxy and the only possible result is death. In their defense, the Freys they have executed until now [[spoiler: Merrett, Petyr, Ryman]], Ryman, are absolutely guilty of involvement in the Red Wedding with Ryman Frey, who is executed at the end of the book being the man who killed Dacey Mormont]], Mormont, and in the case of Pod and Brienne, [[spoiler:Stoneheart Stoneheart moderates from outright execution to making her AnOfferYouCantRefuse which Book 5 confirms she accepted. In any case, within the context of Westeros when there's no real justice system, one can't plausibly regard the Brotherhood as being significantly more unjust than any other existing system]].
19th Sep '16 3:43:52 PM JulianLapostat
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** [[spoiler: Under Lady Stoneheart's leadership]], the Brotherhood Without Banners starts luring, hunting and killing Freys for the mere reason of them being Freys, no matter what they did during the Red Wedding. All of them are considered guilty by default and by proxy and the only possible result is death. In their defense, the Freys they have executed until now [[spoiler: Merrett, Petyr, Ryman]], are absolutely guilty of involvement in the Red Wedding with Ryman Frey, who is executed at the end of the book being the man who killed Dacey Mormont]], and in the case of Pod and Brienne, [[spoiler:Stoneheart moderates from outright execution to making her AnOfferYouCantRefuse]].

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** [[spoiler: Under Lady Stoneheart's leadership]], the Brotherhood Without Banners starts luring, hunting and killing Freys for the mere reason of them being Freys, no matter what they did during the Red Wedding. All of them are considered guilty by default and by proxy and the only possible result is death. In their defense, the Freys they have executed until now [[spoiler: Merrett, Petyr, Ryman]], are absolutely guilty of involvement in the Red Wedding with Ryman Frey, who is executed at the end of the book being the man who killed Dacey Mormont]], and in the case of Pod and Brienne, [[spoiler:Stoneheart moderates from outright execution to making her AnOfferYouCantRefuse]]. AnOfferYouCantRefuse which Book 5 confirms she accepted. In any case, within the context of Westeros when there's no real justice system, one can't plausibly regard the Brotherhood as being significantly more unjust than any other existing system]].
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