Not a specific book spoiler btw. Melissandre explained the prophecy in an earlier scene, S1 I think.
We wondered about Valyrian steel - but also - could it be the prophecy of R'hollor, and the true lightbringer is actually Jon Snow with Ice????
We already know that at least some (in charge) can leave town, from the meeting with the Doc and the Secret Service guy. Clearly they are in touch with the outside world via a larger part of the conspiracy, so it's not too difficult to figure out the supplies, etc., and if most people were "imports", then they got their education elsewhere, just like our protagonist and other key characters.Clearly they are well-funded, so that kind of makes it all a moot point. The TIME, on the other had, has me fascinated. His partner looks older while Beverly hasn't aged. Very curious. I'm sure we'll learn more about the how/what/why as it proceeds, we're only a couple of episodes in, after all.
Ooh. That's an interesting point. I assumed that to be Viserys since he couldn't handle the molten gold.
I think I'm like 75% in agreement consciously, but 99% if I admit it to myself. I kind of WANT Littlefinger to have ONE person he cares about and would legitimately help, but I wouldn't be surprised if you are 100% correct.
Not consummated = not legal anymore
Yes, this. I had no doubt that Reek would buckle when I saw Jerkoff Ramsay sitting there. A quick review: penis cut off, hands and feet continually (as in, over and over again!!) flayed, fed with dogs, slept with dogs, starved for food, then given affection in sick ways, I mean God, the list goes ON! And there was even MORE in the books. He was a fully, broken soul. The tears were a good sign because it showed part of Theon still in there, but damn is it buried in poor, broken Reek. The best hope he has for redemption with her is letting her know that Bran and Rickon are still alive and escaped. Then she might trust him a little (despite the rest of what happened). I have faith he'll come around, but if it were too easy, it wouldn't be believable at all.
I believe it was a corkscrew. Would do the trick in the ear, eye, heart, throat (just daydreaming about all the ways she could kill Ramsay)
Shireen is a stand-in for a different baby that we never saw. I was SHOCKED at that point.
Sam and Gilly end up being much more important in the books - they skipped a big part of the storyline that would lead up to that, but then Maester Aemon mentioned go south (presumably to "Old Town") so I think they're going to go there after all - just not sure how. Don't want to spoil any of it but they completely skipped a key part of how they are important so it will be a mystery.
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