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5th Jan '18 1:40:40 PM nombretomado
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* On ''yet another'' planet orbiting the same sun, the comet is known as [[IllusionOfGaia the Chaos Comet]].

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* On ''yet another'' planet orbiting the same sun, the comet is known as [[IllusionOfGaia [[VideoGame/IllusionOfGaia the Chaos Comet]].
14th Nov '17 12:38:22 AM Skagit
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*** It's quite possible ASOIF inspired various minor aspects of the Elder Scrolls universe, such as the giants who ride and herd mammoths. I'm sure at least some of the writers at Bethesda have been familiar with the books well before the show premiered.


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[[WMG: One form of the Faceless God is Sithis]]
Riffing off the above Elder Scrolls theories, I've always felt the Faceless Men were very similar to the Dark Brotherhood. Both are assassin cults who worship an ambiguous deity by murdering those who are ordained by said god. Granted their business models are very different.
13th Oct '17 6:56:56 AM CosmicFerret
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[[WMG: R'hllor is [[BabylonFive Lorien]].]]

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[[WMG: R'hllor is [[BabylonFive [[Series/BabylonFive Lorien]].]]
3rd Sep '17 12:11:05 AM JulianLapostat
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3rd Sep '17 12:04:04 AM JulianLapostat
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* [[WMG/GameOfThronesFinalSeason Final Season Theories]]
2nd Sep '17 1:03:32 AM Silverblade2
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[[WMG: Ramsay Snow is SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker]]

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[[WMG: Ramsay Snow is SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker]]ComicBook/TheJoker]]
26th Jul '17 12:06:48 PM Killztwice
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* Hilariously enough, this might actually be confirmed via WordOfGod; supposedly, when HBO announced they were adapting ''Series/{{Westworld}}'', George R.R. Martin pitched the idea that they should cast ''GoT'' actors as extras playing the hosts to implicitly confirm that the show was Westworld's Medievalworld sister park. This goes a ''long'' way to explaining a lot about the show as ''Westworld'' demonstrates that the narratives in the park are sometimes written by hacks - explaining away any bad writing and plot holes -, that hosts can be repurposed and switched in and out of different roles, explaining various actor changes, and that narratives are often abruptly cut or changed all together to eliminate redundant/unnecessary roles, retire malfunctioning hosts, and just as general cost saving measures, thus explaining away any aborted arcs, any actors who didn't return due to contract disputes or unfortunate deaths, and the various adapted out stories and characters from the books. Further backing this up, the other sister park to Westworld was Romanworld, and off the top of my head we have Ciaran Hinds - Mance Rayder - who played Julius Ceasar in HBO's ''Series/{{Rome}}'', Kit Harrinton played a gladiator in ''Pompeii'' during one of the off seasons, and Dickon's new actor, Tom Hopper, played a roman centurion in History Channel's ''Barbarians'' miniseries.
2nd Mar '17 7:40:58 PM sayaleviathan
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[[WMG: Loras Tyrell will become the [[Comicbook/ImmortalIronFist]] ]]

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[[WMG: Loras Tyrell will become the [[Comicbook/ImmortalIronFist]] [[Comicbook/ImmortalIronFist]].]]


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[[WMG: Doran Martell will come back from dead with the use of the Lazarus' Pit]]
His actor, Alexander Siddig, is cast as Comicbook/RasAlGhul for ''Series/{{Gotham}}''. After his death, it turns out Prince Doran is actually RasAlGhul who is the leader of the League of Assassin (or Shadows if you will). Then, his followers resurrected him with the use of the Lazarus' Pit. Doran will take vengeance on what Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes did to him.
17th Oct '16 5:06:57 AM ergeis
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[[WMG: One day, we'll get a ASOIAF inspired SRPG]]
And it would be directed by 'Creator/YasumiMatsuno' or alternatively made by Paradox Interactive or perhaps Koei[[note]]As an interesting side note, G.R.R. Martin claims that he has played a video game adaption of 'Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'[[/note]].
9th Oct '16 10:23:02 AM erforce
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* If [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]] is her slang for a pirate character, then perhaps she means Euron Greyjoy aka [[spoiler:Daario Naharis]]

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* If [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Sparrow]] is her slang for a pirate character, then perhaps she means Euron Greyjoy aka [[spoiler:Daario Naharis]]
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