Saturday, October 13, 2012

Pic: H&M Winter Is Coming Edition


  1. Questin about the Heit to the North....

    What about:

    the missing Westerling sister Eleyna...

    If that really was Jeyne, jamie took with him, where is Eleyna

  2. I don't have a clue. As I said, the theory might be true, but I don't see a reason for it (yet).

  3. But if two Westerling girls went in to Riverrun and one came out..... isn't that a reason?

    Which isn't to say I think Robb's heir would do anything. I don't thik Sandor is going to do anything. He's just secretly alive.

    But given that Maagi the Frog was cybil's grandmother and her prophecy for Cersei... I don't think Sybil would be plotting in favor of the Lannisters. Even less so once her daughter became a queen, certainly a younger queen than Cersei.

  4. Why wouldn't she? Maggy didn't hate the Lannisters, as far as I know, and seriously, who likes the Freys? Still, people work with them. And we don't know what happened to the Westerling girls. But I'd wager at some point someone knew who's Jeyne and who's not. And why should they do it?

  5. To make their daughter queen and restore the greatness of house Westerling, rather than remaining a vassal of Tywin? Because they think they'll win in the end? The same reason Melisandre supports Stannis?

    I would think everyone remaining in the castle knew. But once the Blackfish goes missing and various other events over take them, Aegon, Euron, Stannis, Dany, Doran... who's going to really piece it together, any more than people are going to track down Sandor?

    Also, I never said they hated the Lannisters. I don't see any evidence they do.

  6. The Westerlings took active part in the Red Wedding - if you think the North will win in the end, why the hell kill the King in the North?! Perhaps Jeyne might hatch something with the Blackfish, but Sybelle Spicer?

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