Discussion in 'Games' started by Liadan, Mar 25, 2006.
Yes, yes...Referring to someone besides Rheagar, or even Targaryens in general, might I add...
Yes. And in case you haven't noticed, Cersei thought that Aurane was Rhaegar come back from the dead, which means the two looked VERY similar.
Yeah, it also said it was the hair in particular...
People don't normally compare fat people to lean people. Besides which, Rhaegar is often referred to as comely. In that period, fat would have been regarded as gross.
Lol....Not that I disagree with you or anything....Not sure where any would get that idea...But it may not have been the best quote...
Lol, only one that I could remember off the bat that had to do with Rhaegar not being fat. And it's good to know you don't disagree with me.
Anyway, learn to spell. It's RHAEGAR, not RHEAGAR. It's not all THAT difficult.
Well...I'm not saying I agree with you either...
You don't have to. Just do what I tell you to.
And that means GET ON AIM OR MSN NOW!
Lol...I can't think of a username
Lol, come on. Just use an aSoIaF name or something.
I gots one!
lol, im glad that provoked such a response, you people (LDH) take offense towards rhaegar far too seriously.
lol, Your original post had me rolling Cru. Funny stuff.
But seriously, Rhaegar wasn't fat.
If you're too lazy to put in smilies, why should I bother?
Back on topic...
What do you think happened/will happen to Jorah Mormont? This is one of those things I have no guess on, so I'd appreciate any wild speculation.
He'll get eaten by one of the dragons.
That was the craziest thing that I could think of, but now that I've said it - it sounds pretty plausible actually.
Indeed. Would be cool if it did, though Sen would probably be in tears.
okay, read this yesterday during my reread of AGOT, ned comments when hes talkign with littlefinger and catelyn that this wasnt the first time he was forced to follow a common cause with someone he despised.
I was just wondering what that was refering to, thinking on who ned despised, now original thoughts would be lannisters etc but theres no common cause there really. I was wondering if this could be another subtle reference of support for the R+L=J theory.
Tywin Lannister, perhaps? I doubt it's Robert (although I'd agree with him if he did).
We need to start up a reread thread for GoT.
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