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5th Feb '16 11:50:40 AM MURPHYCHACHO
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-->'''Jaime''': We are sworn to protect her as well. -->'''Jonothor''': We are, [[MyMasterRightOrWrong but not from him.]]
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-->'''Jaime''': --->'''Jaime''': [[OnlySaneMan We are sworn to protect her as well. -->'''Jonothor''': well.]] --->'''Jonothor''': We are, [[MyMasterRightOrWrong but not from him.]]
5th Feb '16 11:48:26 AM MURPHYCHACHO
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** Making it worse is the fact that Jaime did try to speak up in her defense, only to basically be shushed by Jonothor Darry. Yet '' he's'' probably still remembered in Westeros as a heroic knight of the Kingsguard while Jaime is scorned as The Kingslayer: -->'''Jaime''': We are sworn to protect her as well. -->'''Jonothor''': We are, [[MyMasterRightOrWrong but not from him.]] ** Even ''worse''? It's very likely [[ChildByRape Daenerys was conceived during one of these rapes.]]
16th Jan '16 5:30:49 PM qazwsx
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** The deaths of Helaena and her children are gut wrenching as well. Jaehaerys was assassinated in front of his mother and siblings, after Helaena had been forced to mark Maelor for death. She became so deeply depressed that she threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast and was impaled on the spikes, dying instantly as a spike pierced her throat (though there are rumors that she was actually murdered). Then Maelor, having been smuggled to Bitterbridge, was found and torn limb from limb by a mob of overzealous Black supporters. And finally, Jaehaera also threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast, but didn't get a quick death like her mother; she lingered in agony for half an hour before expiring (again, there were rumored that she too had actually murdered).
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** The deaths of Helaena and her children are gut wrenching as well. Jaehaerys was assassinated in front of his mother and siblings, after Helaena had been forced to mark Maelor for death. She became so deeply depressed that she threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast and was impaled on the spikes, dying instantly as a spike pierced her throat (though there are rumors that she was actually murdered). Then Maelor, having been smuggled to Bitterbridge, was found and torn limb from limb by a mob of overzealous Black supporters. And finally, Jaehaera also threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast, but didn't get a quick death like her mother; she lingered in agony for half an hour before expiring (again, there were rumored that she too had actually been murdered).
16th Jan '16 5:15:31 PM qazwsx
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** The King's pain is very much clear, to Ned and to the readers, and the reason for this becomes clearer when we see Jofferey's glorious reign.
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** The King's pain is very much clear, to Ned and to the readers, and the reason for this becomes clearer when we see Jofferey's Joffrey's glorious reign.

--> Bones, [[spoiler:Catelyn]] thought. This is not [[spoiler:Ned]], this is not the man I loved, the father of my children. His hands were clasped together over his chest, skeletal fingers curled about the hilt of some longsword, but they were not [[spoiler:Ned]]'s hands, so strong and full of life. They had dressed the bones in [[spoiler:Ned]]'s surcoat, the fine with velvet with the [[spoiler:direwolf]] badge over the heart, but nothing remained of the warm flesh that had pillowed her head so many nights, the arms that had held her. The head had been rejoined to the body with fine silver wire, but one skull looks much like another, and in those empty hollows she found no trace of her lord's dark grey eyes, eyes that could be soft as fog or hard as stone. They gave his eyes to the crows, she remembered.
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--> Bones, [[spoiler:Catelyn]] thought. This is not [[spoiler:Ned]], this is not the man I loved, the father of my children. His hands were clasped together over his chest, skeletal fingers curled about the hilt of some longsword, but they were not [[spoiler:Ned]]'s hands, so strong and full of life. They had dressed the bones in [[spoiler:Ned]]'s surcoat, the fine with white velvet with the [[spoiler:direwolf]] badge over the heart, but nothing remained of the warm flesh that had pillowed her head so many nights, the arms that had held her. The head had been rejoined to the body with fine silver wire, but one skull looks much like another, and in those empty hollows she found no trace of her lord's dark grey eyes, eyes that could be soft as a fog or hard as stone. They gave his eyes to the crows, she remembered.
31st Dec '15 8:14:25 PM qazwsx
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!!Lore of the Seven Kingdoms - Dunk & Egg * It's hard not to feel sorry for Princess Rhaenyra. Her step mother, step mother's father and half-brothers conspire and steal the crown that should have been her's. Her daughter is stillborn. Her 3 eldest sons die tragic deaths in the span of a few months. Two of the men she had raised from the dirt to the level of knights and dragon riders betray her cause. Her growing fear and paranoia from all these tragedies cause her to turn against those who do stay loyal to her. Her dragon is killed. And finally she is eaten alive by her half-brother's dragon.
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!!Lore of the Seven Kingdoms - Dunk & Egg !!Historical * It's hard not to feel sorry for Princess Rhaenyra. Her step mother, step mother's stepmother, stepmother's father and half-brothers conspire and steal the crown that should have been her's. Her daughter is stillborn. Her 3 eldest sons die tragic deaths in the span of a few months. Two of the men she had raised from the dirt to the level of knights and dragon riders betray her cause. Her growing fear and paranoia from all these tragedies cause her to turn against those who do stay loyal to her. Her dragon is killed. And finally she is eaten alive by her half-brother's dragon.

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!!Lore of the Seven Kingdoms - Dunk & Egg * It's hard not to feel sorry for Princess Rhaenyra. Her step mother, step mother's father and half-brothers conspire and steal the crown that should have been her's. Her daughter is stillborn. Her 3 eldest sons die tragic ** The deaths of Helaena and her children are gut wrenching as well. Jaehaerys was assassinated in the span front of a few months. Two of the men his mother and siblings, after Helaena had been forced to mark Maelor for death. She became so deeply depressed that she had raised threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast and was impaled on the dirt spikes, dying instantly as a spike pierced her throat (though there are rumors that she was actually murdered). Then Maelor, having been smuggled to the level of knights Bitterbridge, was found and dragon riders betray her cause. Her growing fear and paranoia torn limb from all these tragedies cause limb by a mob of overzealous Black supporters. And finally, Jaehaera also threw herself from a window in Maegor's Holdfast, but didn't get a quick death like her to turn against those who do stay loyal to her. Her dragon is killed. And finally mother; she is eaten alive by her half-brother's dragon.lingered in agony for half an hour before expiring (again, there were rumored that she too had actually murdered).
20th Dec '15 3:34:33 PM Vox
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* Tyrion doing an excellent job of Hand of the King: making allies out of two powerful enemy Houses, saving the capital from Stannis and showing uncommon valor in combat, dreaming that his family will finally recognise his talents -- only to find that his father has always viewed Tyrion as a deformed, lecherous, ungrateful, scheming monster responsible for the death of his own mother in childbirth.
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* Tyrion doing an excellent job of Hand of the King: making allies out of two powerful enemy Houses, saving the capital from Stannis and showing uncommon valor in combat, dreaming that his family will finally recognise his talents -- only to find that his father has always viewed Tyrion as a deformed, lecherous, ungrateful, scheming monster responsible for the death of his own mother in childbirth.childbirth, and Tyrions recent accomplishments have [[DudeWheresMyRespect done precisely nothing to change Tywin's mind.]]
5th Dec '15 3:20:35 PM MrThorfan64
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** It is implied Stannis doesn't actually know how [[spoiler:Renly died. However due to the shadow assassin being created from his lifeforce he dreams of Renly's death as it occurs and feels responsible, even though he knows he was asleep when it happened.]] Yet even though he would be quite justified in hating Renly, who was always better-liked then Stannis and given Storm's End for doing basically nothing, plotted to steal Stannis' throne out of greed and vanity, sneeringly mocks Stannis for not being as charismatic, and made it clear he intended to kill his brother despite Stannis' very generous offer, [[spoiler:Stannis still felt love for Renly and was upset at their death.]]

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** The [[spoiler:death]] of Aegon "Jinglebell" Frey is especially sad. He's a grandson of Walder Frey who seems to be disabled and is thus made the Fool of the Crossing and mocked by his relatives. [[spoiler:When the Red Wedding happens Aegon doesn't even seem to know what's going on and is held hostage by Catelyn in an attempt to bargain for her son's life, Walder Frey's reaction is basically that Aegon Frey isn't useful and thus expendable, meaning when Robb is murdered Aegon follows even though he didn't hold any responsibility for the Red Wedding. It shows that despite Walder Frey's talk of caring for his family he doesn't really care for them as people and just sees them as ways to further the power of House Frey.]]

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** Davos even thinks how sad it is that he is going to White Harbor to ask them to fight for his King, even though this will mean prolonging the war for a people who have already lost much. It's very rare to see anybody who actually thinks in terms of the common people and shows Davos is one of the most decent men and more worthy of a high position then nearly all the other Lords.
23rd Nov '15 10:11:14 PM qazwsx
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* Stannis recalls his parent's deaths and says the day they drowned was the day he lost his faith in the Seven.
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* Stannis recalls his parent's the deaths of his parents and says the day they drowned was the day he lost his faith in the Seven.

-->[[spoiler:(It) seemed to Bran that there was a sadness in Lord Eddard's eyes, as if he did not want them to go.]]
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-->[[spoiler:(It) -->[[spoiler:As they set off, he turned to give his father one last look, and it seemed to Bran that there was a sadness in Lord Eddard's eyes, as if he did not want them to go.go. We have to, he thought. It's time.]]
12th Oct '15 8:08:32 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* Jon finding the bodies of Donal Noye and Mag the Mighty in the tunnel beneath The Wall.
17th Sep '15 5:23:46 AM Aquila89
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* When Jaime reveals [[spoiler:the truth about Tysha to Tyrion: she wasn't a whore and she truly loved him. Tyrion feels that the only person he thought he could trust betrayed him too, and their deep bond is forever shattered. When Jaime asks him whether he killed Joffrey, Tyrion lies that he did, just to hurt him. "I am the monster they all say I am. Yes, I killed your vile son."]]
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