History NightmareFuel / ASongOfIceAndFire

30th Jul '16 10:00:00 AM WatchuSay
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*** Her five year old daughter, Rhaenys, was dragged out from where she was hiding under her father's bed by Amory Lorch, and was stabbed not once, not twice, but ''fifty times.'' Simply because she'd kicked him and wouldn't stop screaming.

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*** Her five three year old daughter, Rhaenys, was dragged out from where she was hiding under her father's bed by Amory Lorch, and was stabbed not once, not twice, but ''fifty times.'' Simply because she'd kicked him and wouldn't stop screaming.
22nd Jul '16 5:38:12 AM SorPepita
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* The bloody flux. Particularly the scene where Daenerys tours a camp of its victims.

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* The bloody flux.flux/pale mare (essentially dysentery). Particularly the scene where Daenerys tours a camp of its victims.



* The drowned city and the stone people.

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* The drowned city and the stone people.people (the people inflicted with greyscale in the Sorrows).
22nd Jul '16 5:33:43 AM SorPepita
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All but confirmed in The Winds of Winter


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** All but confirmed in The Winds of Winter

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22nd Jul '16 5:31:19 AM SorPepita
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* Sansa's description of Marillion singing day and night while he's imprisoned and how it permeates the Eyrie is very unsettling. Even after he's dead, Sweetrobin can still hear him.

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* Sansa's description of Marillion singing day and night while he's imprisoned and how it permeates the Eyrie is very unsettling. Even after he's dead, Sweetrobin Robert Arryn/Sweetrobin can still hear him.
15th Jul '16 8:09:34 AM eleanorofaquitaine
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All but confirmed in The Winds of Winter

13th Jul '16 3:33:56 PM SorPepita
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** The Night's King was a commander of the Night's Watch who found and was bewitched by a (seemingly) female Other (that's right one of the freakin' ice monsters). He and his 'bride' ruled as King and Queen for thirteen years, enslaving all the members of the Night's Watch and celebrating horrifying ritual sacrifices, before being defeated by a combined army of Starks and Wildlings. There are many theories about the Night's King's identity, but Old Nan claims he was a Stark himself!

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** The Night's King was a commander of the Night's Watch who found and was bewitched by a (seemingly) female Other (that's right right, one of the freakin' ice monsters). He and his 'bride' ruled as King and Queen for thirteen years, enslaving all the members of the Night's Watch and celebrating horrifying ritual sacrifices, before being defeated by a combined army of Starks and Wildlings. There are many theories about the Night's King's identity, but Old Nan claims he was a Stark himself!
13th Jul '16 8:13:38 AM SorPepita
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* The story of Ramsay's [[ChildByRape conception.]] When one of Roose's smallfolk refused to sleep with him because she was married, he had her husband hanged for a made-up crime and raped her under his corpse. When Roose tells Theon about it, it's clear that Roose's only regret is that his actions resulted in a child as unsubtle as Ramsay. That story makes it clear where Ramsay got his AxCrazy from.



* The story of Ramsay's [[ChildByRape conception.]] When one of Roose's smallfolk refused to sleep with him because she was married, he had her husband hanged for a made-up crime and raped her under his corpse. When Roose tells Theon about it, it's clear that Roose's only regret is that his actions resulted in a child as unsubtle as Ramsay. That story makes it clear where Ramsay got his AxCrazy from.
13th Jul '16 8:02:13 AM SorPepita
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* Dany's trip into the [[AlienGeometries House of the Undying]] in Qarth, where she encounters visions such as rat men raping a beautiful woman (a metaphor for the War of the Five Kings' devastation of Westeros), dead men feasting with severed hands (metaphor for The Red Wedding), a man with a wolf head sitting on the Iron Throne foreshadowing Robb Stark's fate; (who's eyes follow her with "[[AndIMustScream mute appeal]]") and a dragon bursting from Mirri Maz Duur's head (metaphor for Dany's hatching of her dragons), and which ends with the Undying whispering and screaming in her skull while sitting under a great, blue, rotting heart, they then try to sap Dany of her life-force and ''eat her alive''.

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* Dany's trip into the [[AlienGeometries House of the Undying]] in Qarth, where she encounters visions such as rat men raping a beautiful woman (a metaphor for the War of the Five Kings' devastation of Westeros), dead men feasting with severed hands (metaphor for The Red Wedding), a man with a wolf head sitting on the Iron Throne foreshadowing Robb Stark's fate; (who's eyes follow her with "[[AndIMustScream mute appeal]]") and a dragon bursting from Mirri Maz Duur's head (metaphor for Dany's hatching of her dragons), and which ends with the Undying whispering and screaming in her skull while sitting under a great, blue, rotting heart, heart; they then try to sap Dany of her life-force and ''eat her alive''.
13th Jul '16 7:51:37 AM SorPepita
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** "The shadows come to dance my lord..."

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** "The shadows come to dance dance, my lord..."
10th Jul '16 8:50:02 AM SorPepita
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* Sansa's description of Marillion singing day and night while he's imprisoned and how the it permeates the Eyrie is very unsettling. Even after he's dead, Sweetrobin can still hear him.

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* Sansa's description of Marillion singing day and night while he's imprisoned and how the it permeates the Eyrie is very unsettling. Even after he's dead, Sweetrobin can still hear him.
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