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True, but the writers and producers have been making little changes all along the way to keep readers of the books on their toes.
Slight Spoiler Alert:
Here is a perfect example. In Episode 3 of Season 3 Missandei tells Dany that she has no living relatives. Readers of the books know that was not the case in the books. If you watch the facial reactions of the people involved of the conversation between Dany, Grey Worm, and Missandei...............I would suggest things aren't quite as they were explained in Episode 3 of Season 3.
Did you see the look in his eyes when Jaime started screaming?
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Exactly. I bet he shows up next season, and I believe he's a pivotal character in the series.
It's been a long time since I've read the books so I could be way off here. I thought that Ned always had a problem with Jaime because when he entered King's Landing he saw Jaime on the iron throne, and that made him question Jaime's loyalty to Robert?
If I am not mistaken, Jaime was sitting on the Iron Throne when Ned burst in the throne room, but Ned misunderstood Jaime's intentions. Jaime was simply having a seat, while waiting to see who would walk in and claim the throne.
Before the HBO show started, this was the picture most associated with that scene.
Agreed. Dropped some hints along the way.
youu haven't read read the books?
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No, Ned had a problem with Jaime, because he was an oathbreaker.
I just want to say, that I don't care what side you are on, Tywin is a straight up mutha fuckin boss.
The armorer with the younger Stark girl. Doesn't he have some claim to the throne? Did I completely get that wrong from the previous season? Is he a bastard son of Robert or the Mad King?
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Bastard of Robert. No real claim to the throne, Brother (Stannis) would come before bastard.
Bastard of Robert, but Gendry has no legitimate claim to the throne.
Thanks for the answer. Clears up some confusion for me.
Well he is in the line of succession to Robert. His claim is better than Joffrey's - if all the true born Baratheon's (Stannis & Renly) are dead, he could in fact have the best claim to the throne.
I thought that was where they were going with it and that was the reason he was still around. The girl with the scars on her face. It looked like scales but was it? Are they burns from her moms' fire worshiping?
They'll probably explain it later (they don't really get into it until book 5), but it's not burns.
It has not yet been explained.
It's a disease called greyscale. Kind of like leprosy, it essentially turns the skin to stone. It is fatal in adults, but children can survive, but are scarred with the grey, stone-like skin.
Every little hint they drop just sucks me in deeper. Thanks for reply.
It is a disease of the time, called Greyscale.
Not really, that would be like saying Saddam Huessien was a boss
Imo he is nothing more than a crazed asshole
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Ned pisses me of sometimes. It's ok to openly rebel and start a massive war against your king but its wrong to kill only the the mad king himself and save thousands from burning to death. Makes sense.
Tywin pretty much sucks all around
Ned didn't know about that plan to burn everybody, nobody did really
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