Discussion in 'A Song of Ice and Fire' started by Mathias Tanavar, Jan 2, 2006.
Don't worry Plish, even if you're in a box she'll still have to look up to speak to you =]
I love how height defines some sort of Heirachy
Hey, both of you shut up. I'm not short. Just... vertically challenged.
Yeah....I'd have to agree that your def. challenged...
Hey. I thought I told you to shut up.
yeah. she did.
and when she tells you something, you better obey. for the sake of all of us.
or, if not shut entirely up, at least keep your voice down, so she doesn't hear you, but that's pretty impossible, since she is able to hear what i say across the continent.
she's quite a tough one, really.
besides, her being vertically challenged... hasn't sir einstein once said that everything is relative?
my god, am i saying a whole bunche of stupidities? i guess i am. i better keep my voice down. or shut entirely up. hm. zip.
hahaha...I believe she's learned to lip read...considering most people are too high up for her to actually hear
Doesn't a challenge require both parties to agree before it is battled out?
So we can assume that LDH is just short
See? Look at Omega. He knows the path of wisdom.
@ Plish: Hey! You no talk! Crawl back into your corner to die! (I got in trouble with my teacher today for saying that to a friend, lol.)
And Met, that's assuming I play by the rules.
I don't think that Jaime cares one hoot about bringing the Kingsguard back to it's former glory. I think that Jaime is just trying to make himself look good in the historybooks by his present actions.
Well you're cheating isnt' helping you ROFL!!! XD
You think so? I can't agree, the part if AFFC (?) where Jaime talks about himself as a young squire and how he wanted to be the Sword of the Morning but ended up the Smiling Knight instead shows to me that Jaime knows he's gone wrong in the past. Yes, he thinks he'd like to be remembered as Goldenhand the Just rather than the Kingslayer, but he also realises that to be remembered that way he has to be just. And he also ruminates on how good being just feels. To me, this is genuine, not an act.
You don't know my master plan yet. Mostly 'cause it doesn't exist.
Besides... GRRM has said that Jaime was once an idealistic young man when he joined the Kingsguard. I posted it at least 3 times by now, so I won't bother to do it again.
I know that it wouldn't make for a good story. But Jaime has and always has had the to stop the war for the throne, by admitting that Cersei's kids are his. If he did admit this and took the black. Then Stannis could take the throne that rightfully belongs to him.
That is why I say that he is only thinking of himself.
Now, that I would love to see. That might be the only way I can think any good about him. :yak:
Indeed. And Comfan, Dany's the rightful heir to the Iron Throne (OK, so I've said again and again that legalities don't matter in Westeros, but nonetheless, Stannis is not the rightful ruler. )
You could very easily say the same about Tyrion.
What, Jaime has to be some kind of saint now? You could very easily say the same about Tyrion. Are there any actually altruistic characters in the series? Basically they all want something for themselves. The more honorable characters (Ned, Davos) want something for their families, but nobody is entirely driven by what the 'right' thing to do would be in a situation.
Well.... Stannis. Sort of. But I hate him anyway.
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