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Discussion in 'Game of Thrones (ASOIAF)' started by 47 straight, Apr 20, 2016.
Oldtown, where maesters maest
Technically he is at the Citadel which is located in Oldtown
Flowers for the reach
Stone for eyer
I feel like he'll end up finding out something about how to defeat the white walkers. That'd be better than finding out more about jon's past imo.
I don't know what Sam could find in the library or at the Citadel that could tell him of Jon's lineage
Maybe a letter sent from the maester at KL at the time of the events that mention Rhaegar taking on a 2nd wife and having a 3rd child.
I agree with this
Sam will read every fucking book in there. He enjoy that more than sex.
Also, Lady Mormont should just sit on the throne.
When the Mountain put his hand on Tommen's shoulder I was like "oh holy fuck... she's going to blow up the the fucking sept"
My favorite shit has always been the Kings Landing storylines.
I don't at all buy into the hype that Jamie is going to kill Cersei... at least not under the terms of being mad at her or having any type of disdain towards her. I think Jamie is pissed what happened, I think he realizes that his son is gone but if you guys remember the talk that Jamie had with the POW in the camp... his only motive in life is to be with Cersei.
That said, Jamie does in fact fancy himself as a morally superior person - aside from the sister fucking - and what happened in King's Landing is going to create some inner turmoil and perhaps rise some questions in him. But I think ultimately his love for Cersei will prevail.
For those who need refreshing on Lyanna/Rhaegar stuff that has actually been mentioned on the show here's a good compilation...
Pretty sure it was posted in here before but after the finale this should help some understand a little better what we were seeing in the tower.
after the thrones nerd offers the possibility the mad king fathered jon.
what episode was this? find the youtube
They were in the crypts right ?
Don't have time. Do it yourself.
No, they were in KL. Robert was pestering Lancel I think, drinking as usual, and rigging Jamie. "Let's share war stories" or something. I think it's the same scene where Jamie tells the story of killing Aegon Targ.
watched that, very good episode. Its a little far fetched but they've been right so much that it makes you think
The Citadel in Oldtown. The Citadel is the center of learning in Westeros and where all maesters are trained
Edit: guess that has already been answered
after the defiance at duskendale (the event that made the mad king go mad) the mad king only left the red keep once so the possibility of him being jon's father is infinitesimal
I had forgotten this bit of foreshadowing of Lady Mormont's bad-assery from earlier in the show. uses the same words she uses in the king in the north scene this past episode
Think Sam learns the secret to creating more Valeryian steel swords which I imagine involves them being forged with the use of dragon fire.
Buddy sent me this -
Azor Ahai was essentially the chosen one, the man who defeated the last batch of white walkers. The lord of the light, they say, often speaks of another azor ahai for this new attack of white walkers. the prince who was promsied, they call him. They say that the prince who was promised will be born under a bleeding star.
In this image that they seemed to focus on momentarily at jons birth, what do you see on the bed sheets, and what do you see on the tip of the sword handle
I think it's the 3rd or 4th episode in season 1. Some of you just need to go back and watch the seasons. I'm saying that as someone who has done it. Not all episodes but some here and there because there is a lot of info in the conversations that might seem boring.
That's Three Thusfar, shooter Jax Teller
This is the first I've seen of "..born under a bleeding star."
With that, my thought on it (outside the picture) could also reference that he was born under supervision of Arthur dayne of Starfall. He was discovered after Dayne was slain.
In my thought, Dayne would be that bleeding star moreso than Ned subtly resting that sword on the edge of the bed.
3 against the world buddy. Too bad we'll forget about this in a year when it finally happens.
We're still popping tapes on which posters we want to recruit to our team. so far it's us 3 against a bunch of 3* bookfags and JUCO transfer showfags.
If TMB forgot about something... that'd be the first time in my experience.
a lot of people think it's because Dawn was forged from a fallen star.
I'm a 6.1 5 star bookfag, don't be trying to negate the bama bump.
do we know where Dawn is? I know the show hasn't mentioned it
damn, pretty cool that since day 1 we've been seeing an old town library "lamp"
so the KL govt decided winter was here which is why it sent white ravens to all the houses to tell them said fact? correct?
youtube users who disable playback on other websites can burn in seven hells
Dont the maesters in the Citadel send the ravens?
in the books Ned brings it back to Starfall with Dayne's body and gives it to his sister/family
yes they do, based on weather data sent to them from maesters all over the seven kingdoms
He doesn't tell the story of killing Rhaegar, just some random Tarly soldier at a different battle.
Couldn't find a video with playback enabled.
GoT Finale Prediction: A legitimate Jon abdicates the throne to Dany and takes the black. Full circle. The Boys Are Back In Town plays over final credits.
I just assumed the ravens were covered in snow. Guess that's what I get for assuming.
jesus everyone is so young
Was reading this about polygamy in Game of Thrones. SIAP
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Feel bad for Jaime, does his whole dialogue in ep 8 about doing anything for Cersei, then he comes back and its all
damn it, had it confused with the story he told in the book with the rubies spilling off his breastplate n stuff. My bad
Sounds like there will only be 13 episodes left in the series.
The maesters at the Citadel send the white ravens.
I'm gonna be that cunt. He didn't kill Aegon.
"We know the exact number of episodes left"
"there are only 13 Game of Thrones episodes left – maybe 15"
Man if it's 13 episodes, they're better off doing 1 super seasons consisting of 13 episodes instead of 2 mini seasons of 7 & 6. Either that or split the 13 episodes into a spring and fall season. 1-7 air during April and May while 8-13 air during September and October.
What I'm trying to say is that I don't want to wait until 2018 for this to be resolved!
Jon first went to the wall under a red comet too