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For questions about the fantasy TV series "Game of Thrones" by HBO. For questions about the book series, which is the basis of the show, use the [a-song-of-ice-and-fire] tag instead. If your question is overlapping in scope, you may use both tags. For questions about the show, which are also specifically about the author George R. R. Martin, use in conjunction with the [george-r-r-martin] tag.

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When we see Varys writting letters for the second time in season 8 episode 5, he is picked up by Greyworm. Varys hears them coming, half heartedly burns the letter and takes off some jewelry, where w …
asked May 13 by user1129682
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This question is about the TV show only. In the books, Sansa is still with Littlefinger and everything that happens between Sansa and Ramsay in the show actually takes place between Ramsay and Jeyne …
asked May 23 '16 by user1129682
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In S6E7 of Game of Thrones we are told that Why would Dany ever agree to that proposal? What do they have to offer her? Surely she'd take their allegiance but they don't have any means to advance D …
asked Jun 7 '16 by user1129682
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Just to explicitly state what others have been implying: Arya doesn't have a proper motivation for joining the faceless men. She haphazardly ended up in the House of the Black and White and has no ot …
answered Jun 4 '15 by user1129682
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As for question one, there is even "canon" on that, so at least in universe its true. Ser Jorah tells ... some Dothraki, I think ... about armor and that the tip of swords is for piercing it. Dothreak …
answered Jun 2 '14 by user1129682
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Of course, Westeros is the main stage for A Song of Ice and Fire, but how important is it at a planetary scope? There is a lot of civilization beyond the Narrow Sea and, especially around the Narrow …
asked Apr 19 '14 by user1129682
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Everybody suspects Jon Arryn was killed by doings of House Lannister, because he was close to finding evidence that (Unmarked spoilers beyond this point.) Later we find out that House Lannister h …
asked Sep 6 '16 by user1129682
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Just to throw in my 0.02€ of knowledge and theory: Ever since Ned grew up at the Arryn's there appeared to be a very strong bond between the houses. Which of course peaked in Robert's Rebellion, whic …
answered Sep 6 '16 by user1129682
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While Arya was at Harrenhal with Tywin Lannister, he once corrected her about which people say "my lord", "m'lord" and/or "milord". As part of the discussion in this question, there seems to be a comm …
asked Apr 25 '16 by user1129682
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As far as I know, there once was magic in Westeros, just as there once were dragons. For example the Wall is said to be built with the help of magic. I don't recall anybody sneering about it, but I ge …
asked Apr 25 '14 by user1129682
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Once there were two moons in the sky, but one wandered too close to the sun and cracked from the heat. A thousand thousand dragons poured forth, and drank the fire of the sun. That is why drago …
answered Jul 6 '14 by user1129682